As parents, feeding our families is our most important job. Cooking homemade, delicious, and healthy food has become increasingly challenging and expensive, as life’s many demands diminish our time, money, and desire. These resources will help you.
Take the stress out of mealtimes and bring more joy back to the dining table with my Mom On A Mission blog series with a family nourishment coach.
Bringing enthusiasm and excitement to vegetables can be tough when it comes to kids. These articles have some strategies and resources to make veggies fun!
Cooking for a family with diverse tastes, likes and dislikes can be draining. Get ideas and inspiration for family meals with the links below.
I have been vegan since 2010, but my family has not joined me yet in the journey. I do all of the cooking and grocery shopping in the house, so they eat primarily vegan at home, however I feel strongly that veganism is a choice that they should make on their own, just as I did. (I admit that I would approach this differently if I was vegan before they were born). Given the dynamics of my family’s diet, I am familiar with the challenges and hardships that being vegan in an omnivorous family can bring. Below are some articles to help if you are navigating a similar situation.
In this article in the Spring 2015 issue of Chickpea magazine, I share some advice for how to raise a vegan/omnivore family.
Want more specific hands-on help feeding your family? I offer several vegan coaching services, including meal planning. For more information, click here.