Why our Family Made the Change
Part 1 of 5
I have decided to write a series of posts about why our family moved to a whole food/slow food/clean food lifestyle in hopes that our experience might be helpful to other individuals and families considering making the same change. If you’ve been a reader of my blog for even a little while you might have noticed that the majority of recipes I share are whole food meals. By whole foods I mean basic ingredients that haven’t been processed beyond recognition. I cook with basic, good quality ingredients that don’t need the added chemicals and processing. I’ve found that by using these ingredients, adding spices and different cooking techniques I’m able to create delicious food. When you consider the great cuisines of the world, they all gained their prominence by using the same system of good ingredients, lots of love and different techniques.
- What is whole/slow/clean food?
- A shopping list comparison and why it is an affordable option
- How to save money while implementing this style of eating
- The outcome and benefits of eating whole foods
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