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I remember when I first decided I was going to make the change to become healthy and start cooking for myself. Not only did I have no idea how to cook, I didn’t know what to cook. I would go to the grocery store, and I would draw a blank. I would get so overwhelmed. I distinctly remember being at the local Giant by my house, just aimlessly wandering around, completely frustrated. I would walk out with a a bunch of random food and no plan. I could make maybe one or two really basic dinners out of the random food I bought, but the dinner weren’t healthy. I didn’t know about organic food, about the importance of grass-fed meat and wild seafood over farmed. And on a very basic level, I didn’t know about real food. I didn’t know about cooking from scratch using whole ingredients. I didn’t know how to make much beyond spaghetti, eggs and chicken.

I’m not exaggerating when I say it took me years to learn how to eat well and be truly healthy. Hell, I even had to go to school to learn! I went through so many stages of “healthy.” I went from being vegetarian and eating a ton of processed food and soy, to a low-processed vegetarian, to a low-fat gluten-free diet that included animals, and eventually I found the work of Weston A. Price and Paul Jaminet, and read both of their books and all of their articles. This was another huge process. How the hell do I make bone broth? What IS fermented food? How am I supposed to get good, nourishing food on the table in under 30 minutes (in reality it took me more like an hour and a half)? I undercooked chicken, I overcooked fish, I didn’t know how to use a dehydrator, blender or crockpot and I definitely didn’t know how to meal plan. It took me years of trial and error to figure everything out.

I have good news: if you’re interested in changing your life, in taking control of your health, in learning how and what to cook (and how to get it done QUICK), you don’t have to spend years searching. This is where Real Food For Busy People comes in. I wish I had been introduced to this when I was just starting out. It would have taught me so much and would have saved me so much time. It’s like The Food Network but with recipes that are actually healthy and you are taught how to make them by healthy living bloggers like Heather from Mommypotamous, Kelly from Primally Inspired, Arsy from Rubies and Radishes, Emily from Butter Believer, Sarah from The Healthy Home Economist, AnnMarie from Cheeseslave and so many others! These are some of my favorite food bloggers. Real Food For Busy People is an online video course that teaches you what and how to cook. Here’s what you’ll get:

Learn How To:

  • Get dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes with 5 ingredients or less
  • Make artisanal sourdough bread in less than 5 minutes a day
  • Use a pressure cooker to make chicken stock in 4 hours
  • Store bulk batches of sauerkraut and fermented veggies in the freezer
  • Outsource meal planning — get back hours of your life
  • Automate shopping — leverage CSAs and online e-commerce tools and get it off your plate

Get Lifetime Access to:

  • 12 Weeks of Online Classes
  • Exclusive Content Not Available Anywhere Else Online
  • Over 50 Video Tutorials
  • Recipes Included

If you buy now, you can get the classes for 50% off, or 65% off if you’re a Premium member! Hurry up though, it ends soon! This if perfect if you want to learn how to cook without spending hours in the kitchen, get healthy and nourish yourself and your family!

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