Is your budget crunched and your time short when it comes to preparing healthy meals for yourself and your family?
You’re not alone. The time/budget challenge is something almost everyone has to come to grips with at some point and figuring out how to make it all work within the context of a very busy family isn’t easy.
Today’s video discusses and demonstrates a few ideas for making this juggling act just a bit more streamlined, particularly as we approach the start of a New Year with health goals and new routines becoming established on a day to day basis.
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Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist
About how many people do each of these meals serve? I’m definitely going to try this, but I’m curious if two chickens will really last our family of 6 for 3 (or is it 4?) meals. Which brings me to my next question: Would the first chicken meal be the actual roast chicken, or do you save the roast chicken for making just the three meals you mention? Same with the roast? Thanks for the ideas!
Sarah, I keep wanting to ask you what you use on your hair for shampoo, conditioner and styling.? Your hair always looks so great!
I have been having a hard time finding something that I would consider healthy that actually works.
Do you prefer ghee & lard over butter for the sautÃ©ing and why? Just curious. Also, how long can you keep homemade broth in refrigerator. Sometimes I take it out of freezer and don’t use all of it . Thank you for the helpful video! I loved it.
Butter tends to burn at higher temps while ghee and lard do not. I think the preferred way to eat butter is raw anyway.
FWIW I keep my stock in the fridge up to a couple of weeks. It helps if it’s covered with a ‘cap’ of fat – that helps to keep it fresh longer. If in doubt, smell and/or taste. You’ll quickly find out if it’s spoiled.
Abi Haddad via Facebook
nice video! thanks! 🙂
Great series. I’m so glad WAPF got you to make these videos. It’s just what is needed for pointing a friend interested in starting to feed her family real food but not knowing where to start.
Excellent video Sarah! And you look radiant!
Thanks Lydia. The lighting is everything 🙂
Bryce Schroeder via Facebook
You read my mind! Seriously! This morning I was making my grocery list and stopped in the middle as I said to myself, “I need a plan.” Thank you, Lovely!