review 100 days
Are you like me and struggle to feed your family healthy, wholesome food?
Do you try to stay away from the middle of the grocery store aisles and all of the processed food?
While doing so, you then have to cook from scratch a lot of the time and end up not knowing what to cook.

Enter 100 Days of Real Food Cookbook!

I have read Lisa’s site for a long time. Her information was pivotal in our, albeit slow, lifestyle change to real food. I am excited to share this cookbook with you. Yes, I did get it free to review, but I would have bought it anyway because I needed it.

I know the convenience of the processed food is appealing. I get that. But it’s not good for you all the time. I am not saying we eat 100% real. We don’t. But, this book makes it easier for you TO eat real. It takes the guessing out of it. Does the work for you, as it were.

100 Days of Real Food Cookbook {Review}

Does this Corn Chowder not look divine?

This cookbook is full of recipes from breakfast ideas, to snacks, to dinners and desserts.

This book is more than a cookbook. It’s educational. Lisa shares the importance of real food. Now she is not a dietician or a doctor. She is a mom who wants to do better for her family. Some of the recipes are super basic and may not even count as a recipe. That said, for the young mom who wasn’t raised in the kitchen, read Mama Kautz circa 1993, who has toddlers that are hungry, this is a great go to cookbook. Stay way from the Yellow & Blue box.

Veggie Corn Chowder recipe

Is this book for the experience Real Food person? Probably not.
I like the fact that I can now go to the book and not try to search on her site for the recipes.

Frozen Yogurt Pops photo

I had no idea how to make Frozen Yogurt Pops when my kids were little.
I know better now, and wish I had had this when I was a young mom. Get rid of the processed junk. So no to food dyes.

Make REAL, wholesome food for your family.

Frozen Yogurt Pops recipe

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