How To Cook and Eat Real Food

I called a friend . . . and nearly sobbed like a baby.  Cried like my sons do when scratched by Ruth, our Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy. 

 

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Change is hard.  Especially when it involves food. 

And that is what I was crying about.

When you leave the prepackaged convenience behind and opt for nutrition and color . . . it is hard.

You have to prepare.  Plan.  Cut vegetables, get out bowls for fresh fruit snacks, boil eggs, sprinkle cinnamon on top of warm muffins . . .

 

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Wash dishes . . .

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But it can be done.  And I want to tell you how you can learn to do this faster than I did (6 years in the making.)

For several years it felt like our family was in the middle of Kansas with no car in sight.  I didn’t know many who were eating like us, cloth diapering, visiting Farmer’s Markets, pulverizing baby food, making laundry detergent . . . or whatever else I have listed on my Frugal Organic pull down menu.

 

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It was a lonely place filled with trial and error.  Some U-turns. 

That is why I started Granola Mom 4 God.  (Well, one of the reasons.)  And why I began reading Healthy Moms Magazine

I didn’t want to continue to travel alone.  More importantly, I didn’t want anyone else to travel alone.

Well, now there is actually a class that you can take to jump start your journey into real food, whole food, nourishing food . . .

So . . . if you want to begin your whole foods journey but don’t know where to start, let me introduce you to Kelly, the Kitchen Kop.   She is offering a class to teach you. . . to walk you through the steps towards Real Food. . . she will give you some tips so that you can learn how to change. 

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It’s titled the Real Food for Rookies Class.

 

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The cost of the class is $145 . . . but by using the  coupon code REALFOOD you will receive another $25 off! 

A total savings of $70!

 

If you are JUST STARTING OUT or are CURIOUS as to how to bring real food into your home . . . Kelly has some priceless information to pass on to you.

In 12 weeks you’ll Learn How To:

  • Save time and money while serving Real Food
  • Read labels and avoid dangerous ingredients
  • Make nourishing “fast food” meals to avoid last-minute trips to the drive-thru
  • Find healthier alternatives for soda pop, refined sugars, heart-killer oils, sugar-bomb breakfast cereals, factory farmed meat and more
  • Serve nutrient-dense foods that are necessary for good health
  • Take control of your health and change your family’s future!
  • click here to see a detailed class description

In short, if you need a hand understanding how to navigate whole foods or real foods, allow Kelly to be your GPS.  Sign up, here!  (And please let me know if you do so that I can encourage you in your journey!)

 

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Use coupon code REALFOOD to receive $25 off the promotional price! Valid until Monday at midnight Eastern Standard Time!

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  • French Furniture Uk , May 3, 2011

    I had a tonsillectomy over a week ago. I think it's my ninth day and I've been wanting real food since day one. How much longer do I have to wait until I can eat something solid, like a cheeseburger?

  • Lola , May 3, 2011

    I love that celebrities and companies are working to make this a priority- eating right and moving is so important for overall well-being and health. Like it or not- our kids look to tv/music personalities as role models in addition to their parents and I'm happy to see some really positive messages out there -a company I follow on facebook is doing a fundraiser with the Amer Heart Assoc and posted a link about Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution- (http://www.facebook.com/hhgregg it is towards the bottom on the wall where it posts the Jamie Oliver link). I hope it is ok I posted this here- I just thought there were some really good ideas- stuff we all know but forget sometimes as busy moms. I think it is really cool that they are doing the donation for the AHA too (so LIKE 'em too 🙂 it donates $1 to AHA for each new like for Mother’s Day). Anyway- worth a read. . .

    Real food should be a priority for our kids – teaches them proper habits for the future because they won't know the processes food version as the norm.

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