In this episode, join me and guest, Orleatha Smith of 20 Dishes, as we share our very best strategies for becoming a real food kitchen ninja- getting healthy food on the table fast, and without all the drama and stress. Plus, learn how to transition your kids and family to a real food diet with tips Orleatha used in her home with picky eaters.
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Website: 20 Dishes
Product: Instant Pot A (safe!) electric pressure cooker- my must have kitchen appliance!
Book: French Kids Eat Everything
Article: Teaching Kids to Love Real Food
CHALLENGE: What one thing can you change today? Commit to it and tell us on social media using #changeonething
Podcast: Our podcast with Kath Gallant, episode 21
Podcast: Our podcast with Erin Smith, episode 11
Article: Dealing with Real Food Diet Questions From Family and Friends
Article: How to Entertain Guests with Dietary Restrictions
Website: Our Instagram Account – with our #RealFoodRoadTrip photos
Article: How To Choose Healthy Fats
Website: Where to find real, raw milk
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