Free recipe & food news every week

Search & Social

Buy 3 Wildly Good Cook videos, get 4th one free!

organic cooking video: best use of your resources shopping planning and cooking

 Regularly $14.95 each. Anniversary special just $44.85 and free shipping! 

organic cooking class video: delicious healthy beans

Learn the key skills in Wildy Affordable Organic with these fun cooking videos

organice cooking class video: seasonal vegetables and saucy pastas

« Fresh Start Challenge, Week 1, Day 2 pasta, sauce, & green beans | Main | Fresh-Start Winter Challenge Menu, Plant-Strong Week 1 »
Saturday
Feb182012

Fresh-Start Challenge, Week 1, Day 1

Welcome to the Challenge! This week, you'll be cooking part of your meals from scratch in just 20 minutes a day. Next week, you'll use those skills and more to cook all of your food from scratch.

   

Day 1, Week 1.  homemade chocolate pudding

  • Get any groceries you need (plant-strong or classic)
  • Set up your Stoup container if you don't have one
  • Make Vinaigrette for use later in the week
  • Make and enjoy dessert:

 bar cookies are an easy healthy vegan snack that kids will love

 

Every day, you'll enjoy delicious, healthy, and affordable food. How affordable? During the second week, the classic meals average just $5.33 a day per person and the plant-strong ones only $5.22, using prices gather this week here in Raleigh.  

 

Food prices have gone up during the two years since I gather prices for Wildly Affordable Organic. But the real, seasonal food on these menus is still a bargain compared to processed food wrapped in packaging, stored in warehouses, and transported for thousands of miles. Good food is a bargain at the market and a bargain for your health and for the planet.


Thanks for your interest in the Fresh-Start Challenge! Share your thoughts in the free Cook for Good forum. I've started a general discussion thread, but feel free to start a more specific thread (Fresh-Start for New Moms, for example).

Reader Comments

There are no comments for this journal entry. To create a new comment, use the form below.
Member Account Required
To keep discussion civil and avoid spam, only members can post comments. But membership is free and easy! Join today!