New Year's Resolutions usually focus on losing weight and exercising more. This year try a different twist to make changes that will keep you motivated and inspired to eat healthy - hopefully resulting in lost weight!
Clean out pantry, frig and freezer.
Cut out even more processed foods.
More fresh fruits and veggies.
Try a new recipe once a week.
Looking forward to hearing your Food Resolutions!
Elizabeth ~To eat is a necessity, to eat intelligently is an art.~ La Rochefoucauld
I thought I'd try a meatless meal once a week, although since we have a milk allergy in the house it would most likely be a vegan recipe. I have a ton of them and use them willy nilly but I've never tried assigning one day per week to eat this way...which would require better planning, which I guess is a secondary goal.
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