"For me, eating unprocessed foods means cooking up and serving the foods grown by my farmer friends, and eating out at restaurants manned by local chefs using those same ingredients. This relationship with food has made eating simple, real foods with the seasons the cornerstone of my community — I am connected to the Oregon soil, the animals that graze, the hands that harvest, the smiles that greet me at the market, and the friends and family that prepare and share the bounty. Over the years, I’ve developed a few time-saving tricks that make an Unprocessed lifestyle exciting, fun, and delicious..."
For my time-saving tips on eating well and close to the source, check out my guest blog post for October: Unprocessed, the national movement to reclaim our right to good, whole food in a world of packaging and chemicals. Go here to find out more and take the Eat Unprocessed pledge. Don’t worry if you missed the start date! You can start your 30 days today, or simply join in for the rest of the month.