I was doing some thrifting at Goodwill yesterday; well not actually thrifting, more so browsing the book section, treating it as a library and not planning on buying anything. Sometimes I buy a book for my friend to Plant a Fitness Seed, but yesterday it was just the usual browsing of the books in the… Continue reading Eat Clean Challenge #4
If it tastes you longer to read the ingredients on food label, than it would take to actually consume the food, then put it back on the shelf.
When I think of maximizing the value of a dollar when grocery shopping, the first thing that comes to mind is maximum nutritional value for the the minimum amount of money spent. With that goal in mind, the second goal is consuming a wide variety of healthy, nutritious food, because although some foods will have… Continue reading Eat Clean, Budget Food Focus of the Week (Oats)
I ate some chicken fried rice from a take out place a few nights ago (Leo’s Chow Mein) and it was tasty, but not exceptional by any means, and anything but clean in looks, content and taste. Way too oily (likely not a quality oil) darkly colored (probably from dark colored sweeteners and soy sauce,)… Continue reading Eat Clean Veggie Fried Rice Recipe
There are a number of ways in which to lower the price of quality food you pay for, but not lessen the quality of the food you’re buying.
Disclaimer: I am not recommending to the reader of this article any diet plans or to follow what I do, just showing an example of how I eat what I consider to be clean and cheap eating. Always do your own research and figure out what works for you (as long as it doesn’t come… Continue reading Inexpensive Clean Eating (Breakfast)