Tag Archives: intuitive cooking

Calling all foodies hungry to cook…


…when you don’t know how. 


When you don’t know how much or how little you know about how to recreate the flavours you love.

When you often find yourself burning macaroni cheese, undercooking chicken, and seriously contemplating cooking burgers in the toaster (< real story, that, within my family!)

Or maybe not even getting to that stage…

This one’s for you.


Because the reality is that it’s an adventure.  You’re trying something new.

So treat it as such.

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5 Ways to Get Primal with Food

No, I’m not talking about sticking vegetables in dodgy places where the sun doesn’t shine – just thought I’d clear that up!

I’m talking about reconnecting with food at a primal level.  We are so obsessed with the nutritional value of food that it’s become difficult to truly enjoy and celebrate it any more.

Yes, without question, it’s good to know what you are eating and where your food comes from.  But it’s so much more fun and valuable to go into the kitchen and just stop, stand still, take a deep breath in and slowly breathe out…and get primal with the food you’re about to make:

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