“Jamie Oliver’s “Food Revolution” is spreading the word about just why we need to eat “real food” for our health. Michael Pollan tells us to cook from scratch — he says, “Eat real food. Not edible food-like substances. Eat things your great-grandmother would have recognized as food.”
It seems simple enough. Eat real food. Cook from scratch. Shop locally. But how do you make it happen in your own kitchen? Especially those of us who never learned how to cook — we were raised on microwave suppers, boxed cereals and toaster pastries. We all face the challenges of a modern life – balancing work and parenthood, all the while trying to feed our families healthier meals.
Our food supply has changed drastically in the past few decades. These days, you have to be a chemist to make sense of it all. Artificial growth hormones. Hydrogenated soybean oil. High-fructose corn syrup. And isn’t organic food more expensive? Sure, eating healthier is great, but not if you go broke in the process. How do you feed your family healthy, nourishing meals without spending all day in the kitchen and blowing your food budget?
You value real food, your local economy and your family’s health. But just aren’t quite sure how to get started?” —http://nourishedkitchen.com/ecourse/?AFFID=35613
Does this sound like you? Do you want to get in the kitchen and change your diet to reflect a healthy lifestyle but need a little guidance in making the first few steps?
If this sounds like you, you may want to head over to Nourished Kitchen, where the founders have put together 12 comprehensive online video cooking classes designed to help you learn how to cook real, local, fresh family-friendly meals for a time efficient and affordable price.
The classes start June 1st, so if you’re interested you’ll need to enroll by May 31st. Check out the website for more information.