Free webinar to give you confidence in the kitchen

June 7, 2013

Stock your kitchen

Date: July 17, 2013
Time: 2pm ET
Cost: Free!
Can’t make it? That’s ok, sign up anyway. A recording will be emailed to you after the webinar, to watch on your own time.

Before I got into cooking whole, real food I had a cheap set of Teflon pans that I thought were very fancy because they were red. I had 1 big chef knife and a few steak knives. They were all dull. In my pantry? I had canned soup, pasta, cans of tuna. White flour and sugar for baking. Probably a whole bunch of granola bars or something.

Does any of this sound familiar?

So if I even bothered to cook, I’d see recipes that called for a food processor or dried beans, get really intimidated and make peanut butter and jelly instead. Or, go out to eat. And to be honest, I STILL skip over recipes that call for all kinds of crazy equipment or ingredients!

But things like food processors and dried beans are not scary at all, and in fact they are really useful things to have on hand. I’d say they pay for themselves, unlike some other specialty items that you only use once or twice a year, y’know?

Trust me, I’ve wasted a lot of money figuring it all out.

For this free webinar I’m joining forces with natural food chef Nicole Croes.

During this webinar you will:

– Learn what tools you really need in your kitchen…
– and what might be a waste of money and space!
– How to fill your pantry with healthy, versatile ingredients (without going overboard)
– Tricks and tips for making natural food cooking easy and fun
– Cost-saving techniques for eating real, whole food on a budget
We will also be able to answer questions during the webinar, live!

Cooking might seem like a glamorous Food Network thing, but really it’s a basic survival skill that has been lost through the past few generations.

How messed up is that? Let’s bring it back!

(And hey, if you’re a health coach too, this is great info to share with your clients!)

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