Quick Think Fast! How many portions are in a bag of snack-size whole grain crackers? Or a small bottle of locally-pressed juice? Or a lunchbox pack of granola bars or even cookies? Hint: it’s not “one.” Often, the above products contain two or two-and-a-half servings per package. Yes, they are proportionately packaged to make you think they contain one serving. The food manufacturers want you to think it’s one serving and get into the habit of eating that amount per...Read More »
I thought I would re-post this article from a few years ago because it spoke to me then and I hope it will speak to you now. Cooking isn’t as difficult as so many people think. The main ingredient when cooking at home is the planning part. When, not if, you’re willing to set aside a few minutes each week to plan out your meals, you will begin to reproduce those menu plans in the future. So instead of making a few choice meals over an over again, and becoming...Read More »
You decided it was time to make some changes in your diet, so you went shopping after work and bought a bunch of vegetables to go with a hopefully great tasting recipe you found online. As you prepare the dish, you taste-test several times and feel great about how the flavors meld together. You put the meal on the table and call your family in to rant and rave about the colors, textures, and taste. Surprise! The family sits down, looks at the dish, and the questions...Read More »
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