Later summer into fall is harvest season when the farmers markets are the most bountiful and colorful. It’s a great time to stock up on your favorite produce and spend an afternoon preparing and preserving some goodies for winter!
The best rule of thumb when it comes to cookware may be this: look for materials that have been proven safe and effective over hundreds - if not thousands - of years. This means choosing pots and pans made of cast iron, stainless steel, glass, enamel, or ceramic.
Calling all calorie-counters, macro mavens and weight warriors: step away from your calculator (app)! You don’t need it anymore. Instead of tracking, stacking, counting and doing long division, give yourself a break.
I get it. Cooking for yourself, if you’re not into it, or don’t have the time, can feel overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be a time-consuming, multi-pan-dirtying affair if you rethink the process a bit. In fact, you can steer things right into the no-brainer zone if you follow a few tried and true tips from my amazing health coaches.
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