We all want to eat more healthy, spend less money, and still enjoy our experience of food. And for as much as I see "eat this, not that" stuff out there, key gaps are occurring in the "tasty, healthy, AND cheap" department. So I'm rectifying that right here, right now*.
- Healthier (no added preservatives, sugar, flavorings, and fillers)
- Less expensive (you can make a loaf for less than $1, AND without the old 'knead, wait, knead, wait' routine...you can even make it in a slow cooker)
- More versatile (you control the seasonings and size)
- Better for the environment (no packaging being made and then put in a landfill, and no burned gasoline trucking it around the country to your store)
*All statements are based on my own experience buying, cooking, and eating these things.
Labels: eat better, eat this, food for thought, getting healthier, save money, tasty noms