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I could really bore you with all the ways I eat real food...but I won't. Let's just say that I've been into real, natural, whole foods as a life style for my entire adult life (when it was possible--sometimes it just wasn't--won't bore you with that either!). It's a life-style for me. I do understand that it is not that way for a lot of people. My dear DIL was raised on junky processed and refined crap and she is piece by piece learning how to use real foods in her kitchen. It's not always easy. My mother, born in 1922 and now long passed away, was my first role model showing me the importance of whole foods. Her mother and grandmother showed her the way.
I always have a lot of good things in my fridge and basement pantry.
I just don't buy junk but I admit I'm not very good at planning my meals; just cook 'em as I see 'em!
Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul
I also have a cookbook holder and kitchen scale on the counter, ready for use.
I use glass food storage containers also.
You look more organized than me. lol
"If it tastes good; Spit it out!" ~ Jack Lalanne
Whole grains, brown rice and whole wheat pasta together.
Oats, chia seeds, peanut butter, almonds and honey together.
Spices together in pull out boxes.
Baking items together.
Glass pyrex storage together.
I bought a container to keep my hard boiled eggs in the refrigerator.
My fresh carton eggs and meat on one shelf.
My pre-cut veggies in glass pyrex on the top shelf!
My yogurt and cottage cheese and berries on one shelf.
Made space on the refrigerator door for storing my flax.
One narrow drawer for cheese and deli meat.
One drawer for salad leaves.
One drawer for other vegetables.
Unsweetened frozen fruit (blueberries, raspberries, peaches, mixed berries)
Cut up frozen veggies (peppers, onions)
We rarely freeze meat, just buy what we need fresh on a weekly basis
Regular and Decaf coffee
Canister for green tea next to my tea pot on the stove
Vitamixer near the sink
Cook Book Stand to motivate me to try new recipes
I slip my food scale right under my cook book stand
I have a weekly menu paper planner to plan weekly dinners and my weekly grocery list
Edited by: CUTENHEALTHY at: 2/14/2012 (17:23)
"Slow and steady wins the race!"