Cooking is such a struggle for so many of us that we often outsource it.
Grab a take-out on the way home from work, check out what’s cooking at the WF hot bar, or microwave a frozen dinner a.k.a TV dinner to feed the hunger. It is hard to think logically when you have low blood sugar after a long and busy day, so thinking short-term makes sense at that moment. At some point, usually, when you start having kids, that lifestyle becomes unsustainable. Multiply the cost of a restaurant dinner by 5 and now you see why. Later in life, eating out becomes unbearable because our bodies become more sensitive to bad oils, salt, and ingredients that are past their peak.
To summarize it all, the food we consume affects two of the most important aspects of our life; health and finance.
Take a cooking class in person or online or get on our meal prep subscription program