Do you have a binder of recipes that your extended family gave you at your bridal shower that you wish you could use more, but all the processed ingredients make you squirm?
Are there family favorites in your recipe card box that are collecting dust because of all the fake foods on the ingredients lists?
Do you miss the comfort food casseroles that use cream of chicken soup because you refuse to buy those cans anymore?
If you wish you could cook from scratch without finding all new recipes, you need Better Than a Box.
If your family complains that they miss their old favorites now that you're trying to eat less processed foods, I can help.
The goal of Better Than a Box is to teach you to reverse engineer the processed parts of any recipe and create delicious real food renditions. You'll gain confidence in the kitchen, finding the courage to toss in a little of this and a little of that, even if you've always been a “measure to the correct 1/8 teaspoon” sort of chef before.
Better Than a Box is so much more than a recipe book; it's a way of cooking. From habits and routines to make sure you always have certain things on hand, to tips for saving dishes as you cook up a storm, and even “recipes” you will be able to cook by heart, this book will help you have the real food lifestyle you want without compromising the food your family loves.
Katie's how-to tips, one-pot meals, and make-ahead instructions simplify the Real Food cooking process so normal home-cooks like me don't feel so overwhelmed. This eBook is a must-read for anyone interested in making Real Food meals for their family without spending all day in the kitchen.
Katie Kimball is a mother of three from Michigan who spends a ton of time in the kitchen making real food with whole ingredients and then blogs about her successes and failures at KitchenStewardship.com.
Her recipes are known for being thorough, family friendly and delicious. When she's not hiding behind spinach on Twitter, she can be found throwing it into every dish she makes (and teaching others how to throw veggies into the pot willy nilly).
Katie's "real food" diet is constantly changing and improving, and if you drink raw milk, bake sourdough bread or make homemade yogurt, you'll feel right at home at Kitchen Stewardship, dedicated to helping families balance their quest for natural health with their time and money.