RFWH41: A Real Food Chef Shares Farmers Market Shopping Tips, Embracing the Now, While Preparing for Change, Location Independence and a Freedom Plan with Guest, Erin Davy

Episode 41

In this episode, we’re talking with a personal chef who transformed to real foodie in the middle of culinary school. She gives us some farmers market shopping tips and we talk about the importance of embracing the “now, even while planning for change, location independence and her plan for freedom, with guest, Erin Davy.


From this episode:
Website: Erin’s website, The Bacon’s Rebellion
Book: Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon
Challenge: Change ONE thing in your life today and tell us about it on social media using #changeonething
Website: 20 Dishes, meal planning and prep
Product: Instant Pot
Restaurant: Heirloom at the Study at Yale, New Haven CT
Website/Video: The Story of Stuff
Book: The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up

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