Clean Eating - Cooking for Healthly fun

Hosted by Scott Anderson
Group active since Sat, Jan 08, 2011

Clean Eating is simply consuming food in the most natural state possible. This is not a diet area or a quick weight loss system, more so a way to have a better lifestyle - one meal or snack at a time.

JoSele Swopes
Apr 12, 2017

Back from the dead

Sorry I have been away... My thought for today is... My husband and I have been doing Paleo and now we are starting a morning ritual of green tea with two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar and ice with two cambosia capsules... We started yesterday Dr Oz had on lady lost 27 pounds the first week. I lost 3 pounds since yesterday, that's water weight. That's the first thing you lose.

Scott Anderson
Mar 27, 2017

What's clean in your kitchen?

What do you do to spice up your life and you kitchen.... Do tell!

Anna B.
Jun 4, 2013

Decedent Smoothie

I just shared with the group two of my favorite smoothie recipes: Decedent Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie and Very Berry Spinach Smoothie. I hope you try it!


Anna B.
Jun 1, 2013

Pumpkin

Did you know that pumpkins aid weight loss and may reduce cancer risk? Add some to your diet with my easy and nutritious Cinderella's Oatmeal

Brandy Male
May 19, 2012

Help

Need help converting seasonings to be more healthy..however I want to keep as much flavor as the bad ones...any suggestions?

sherry fry
Jul 4, 2011

Spinach with Garlic

Hey Chef Scott you should know the answer to this for me.

I used to work at a diner in New Jersey and they had the most wonderful spinach w/garlic side. I have tried many times to duplicate this, I get close but it just isn't the same. I steam my spinach then transfer to a baking dish with olive oil and garlic and bake in the oven. Would putting the dish in a water bath help to "meld" the flavors?

Thanks

Scott Anderson
Apr 22, 2011

The 17 Day Diet Book

I'm trying out this weight loss book to see if it holds water and works for weight loss. If anyone has done the same please post so we can get some discussion going.

Scott Anderson
Mar 19, 2011

Fresh Vegetables

With the economy still struggling and produce on the rise due to bad weather it's all the more important to stay focused on eating healthy. Try local markets, or farmers and ask them what they will be planting and if you can buy directly from them.

Also, plant a few window herb gardens or lettuce gardens. A little bit will go along way, so enjoy some fresh air and plant some good health!

What are your thoughts in preparing for fresh, healthy, sustainable fruit and vegetable meals this spring and summer?