In essence, I have been harming you. Although I did publish a full book of 10-minute recipes, I’ve been apologizing for asking you to spend time in the kitchen rather than encouraging you to enjoy your time in the kitchen. I still think making scrumptious, healthful food doesn’t have to be difficult or take a long time. And I still think that keeping things straightforward is powerful. But going forward, I’ll set a good example. And encourage you to indulge in one of (my) greatest pleasures more frequently. Cooking allows me to be creative and enjoy some “play” time, which is something we adults could need much more of. I like letting the rituals of chopping, stirring, and tasting consume me. You get to choose both what you prepare and what goes into each meal when you cook. Additionally, you have a say on the ingredients’ caliber. Making foods that taste the best to you is therefore simple. Consider it a delightful choose your own adventure. The more I learn about nutrition, the more I’ve come to understand that avoiding processed foods and putting a priority on using actual ingredients is the most crucial aspect of eating healthily. I’ll be considerably calmer and less harried after spending 30 minutes in the kitchen making dinner than I will after spending the same amount of time lounging on the couch. Additionally, it allows me to take care of my loved ones and friends. to show them my affection and concern for them.
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