October Unprocessed Google Hangout – The First Week Q&A

Yesterday, I was joined by Suzanne Elizondo and Rene Lynch for a fun Google Hangout On Air.  Hangouts are basically multi-way video chats that are broadcast live (and automatically recorded for anyone who missed it).

The three of us talked about our first week of unprocessed eating, sharing some strategies and perspective that we’ve learned along the way. We also took questions from the audience (thanks to everyone who tuned in and contributed!). It was a ton of fun, and we’re going to be doing more of these throughout the month.

So grab a mug of tea (or coffee, perhaps with some unprocessed creamer!) and enjoy the replay:

A photo of Andrew Wilder leaning into the frame and smiling, hovering over mixing bowls in the kitchen.

Welcome to Eating Rules!

Hi! My name is Andrew Wilder, and I think healthy eating doesn’t have to suck. With just three simple eating rules, we'll kickstart your journey into the delicious and vibrant world of unprocessed food.

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October 9, 2013 8:50 am

Hey Mary Lynne! Maybe try and find a grocery store near buy and get produce that is OK without refrigeration like apples, bananas, avocados etc. Traveling can be tough when you are trying to eat healthy.

Mary Lynne
October 8, 2013 6:21 pm

My biggest challenge coming up is a two day road trip and not having a fridge to put my own food in. I do bring my own non-processed food, some of which doesn’t need refrigeration. However, I love bringing fresh fruit and greens and most “on the road” hotels/motels do not have refrigeration. Ice is offered but that doesn’t work for long.
Any good tips?