Nope, not one of those blogs. We all know we are better off eating whole unprocessed foods. I don't have the list the reasons to eat better, you know them.
Is it more expensive to buy fresh, not really.
I don't really consider myself to be a cook. I can throw steaks on the grill, mix up noodle packet, heat up veggies, but that isn't really being a cook. I am working to change that. Trying new recipes. Cooking from scratch.
So where is it more expensive. Well you are reading a blog by the gadget queen. I can easily get caught up in all the things I 'NEED' to eat and cook healthy.
The big one, a 2nd refrigerator. Thank is no joke. Produce in my fridge right now: apples, cucumbers, zucchini, spinach, tomatoes, broccoli, mangoes, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries,yams, lemons, c antelope,pears, onions, bell peppers... and that is just off the top of my head. When you add in 3 to 4 gallons of milk (fat free, 1% plus backs), 1 gallon of water, 2 dozen eggs, bread,various other condiments, cheeses, meats. Its it packed! - but that won't happen so I guess I need to go to the store more often and buy less volume.
Then - I want to plan ahead, dinner, pack lunch. And slice everything up once, so of course I'm gong to NEED a new food processor.
I would like to try green smoothies, and juices, so I NEED a juicer and good blender.
What about an all-in-one. Appliance A even mixes dough (in case I would start to bake)
I love to use my crock pot, so I NEED a better one of those, and in multiple sizes! I NEED a new 'Foreman' style grill.