How do you manage to make everything from scratch?
Do you REALLY cook all your meals?
How do you find the time?!
People have asked me these questions on numerous occasions, and to be honest, there isn’t a magical answer! Homemade whole grain crackers and homemade granola bars make an appearance in the kitchen, but certainly not on a regular basis. There’s a reason why we eat fresh produce for snacks – they don’t require any cooking!
But there are plenty of nourishing foods that do require cooking, and unless I want to spend all day, every day in the kitchen, I have to figure out what’s most important to me and my family’s health.
I’m over at The Nourishing Home today, sharing my secret for how I fit in all the from-scratch real food makin‘ that goes on in the Crumbs house. Homemade yogurt? Nourishing chicken stock? Fresh out of the oven, soaked whole grain bread? Yep, we do all these. And we do these for a reason.
What’s important to you in terms of nutrition?
Avoiding additives and preservatives? Not eating from a box? Avoiding GMO’s?
What’s important to you in terms of grocery budgeting?
Not overspending? Saving more in order to pay of debt? Getting the most food you can out of every single penny?
Head over to The Nourishing Home to read my one simple tip for saving money AND time in the kitchen – I promise it will make you rethink what you’re already doing in the kitchen, and it just might shake up your real food routine!