A few months ago, when my first cookbook launched, I had just finished making a huge batch of baby food for Ayan because he was right in the middle of starting solids. Layla actually helped me make a lot of that baby food, because as many of you know, she and I love cooking together […]
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So in the past two weeks, two amazingly surreal things happened. I found my first cookbook at my local Barnes & Nobles; and my second cookbook – Kid Chef Junior – became available for pre-sale on Amazon!! Kid Chef Junior is a cookbook for kids aged 4 and up! It has 25 creative and fun […]
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Your Fruit Is Covered With Nasty Pesticides: Scientists Have Discovered the Best Way to Wash Them Off
Omg you guys, I am obsessed with my Instant Pot. I use it at least once a week (sometime more) and it has made making healthy meals for dinner so much easier during the week! It’s never more than 20 min of active time, and then I literally just set and forget. It’s fantastic. One […]
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So many of you have reached out to me in the past for advice on how to heal various digestive issues – from food intolerances to gas and bloating. I often get asked about my opinion about digestive enzymes, and whether they can help in alleviating certain digestive concerns. So what are digestive enzymes? And […]
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Before I had kids, I thought I had the best immune system. I never got sick! After I had kids, it was a totally different story. I was sick all the time. It was ridiculous. There was one year, when Layla was 1-2 years old, that I literally was sick every month. I’d get over some […]
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For some people, cooking comes naturally to them: they love being in the kitchen, experimenting with ingredients and spending time creating meals from scratch. For others, it’s stressful and overwhelming! I used to be in the latter category – I didn’t know anything about how to cook (surprising right?) But when I first got married, […]
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Weekly meal plans are back!! After Ayan was born, I took a little break from meal planning, because things were crazy busy as I’m sure you can imagine! Our dinners ended up being lots of quick meals or stews made with whatever veggies/lean protein we had lying around the house, thanks to my Instant Pot. […]
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Note: I update this post monthly to ensure all of the information is accurate! The original post was created in 2017, but the most recent update has been done as of June 2018. Kids Vitamins can be confusing. There are so many questions: Is there a such thing as an “unhealthy” kids vitamin? Do you […]
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During the week, I’m always looking for meals that I can throw together with almost no effort at all. But most throw-together-meals lack fresh veggies and tons of produce. This week in particular was super hectic because of my book launch (!!!) which is available NOW on Amazon! And so I found myself in the […]
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Summer is the perfect time for smoothies. I remember when I was a kid, my mom would make strawberry-banana “milkshake desserts” in the summer. I had no idea that they were just strawberries, bananas, a bit of plain yogurt, and ice – no milk or sugar actually involved! But thanks to the creaminess from the […]
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Since the launch of my newest cookbook, I’ve gotten so many questions about whether it’s really that easy to make your own baby food at home. And trust me – it is! All you need are the right tools – many of which you probably already have in your kitchen, and knowing the method, which is […]
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I remember when Layla was about 1 year old, I was trying to find ways to make her lunch more fun and interesting while still keeping it really easy for me to make (and not time intensive). When I first introduced Layla to bread, I immediately gave her Ezekiel Sprouted Flax Bread for a couple […]
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