Over the past couple of years our family has made a genuine effort to change our eating habits. With that has come many hours of research and thought provoking ideas on what is healthy and what's not healthy. The conclusions I've come to and I'm still searching, are across the board. One thing I've learned for certain is that our food is not at all what it once used to be, even when talking about whole foods. Real Food on a Real Budget by Stephanie Langford came at a really great time in our life as prices are on the rise and eating the healthy way my heart desires was becoming overwhelming.
Stephanie opens the book introducing her charming family and her heart strong desires to feed her family with real, wholesome foods on a practical budget. Even though Stephanie and her husband Ryan live in Canada, almost every single aspect of the book can be applied to lives and budgets here in the U.S. In her book she approaches you as if you were sitting at her "worn, oak kitchen table, with a plate full of nutritious goodies".
As you proceed through the book you'll find helpful topics like "Can Coupons Work for You" and "It's the Little Things that Count. Each one bringing fresh and new ideas to this "budget friendly" way of thinking when approaching whole foods.
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