Not sure how to buy, cook, store, or eat whole grains?
DO YOU KNOW how to make whole grains taste delicious
SO THAT THE WHOLE FAMILY actually enjoys THEM?
Are you overwhelmed by the idea of adding whole grains to your diet—despite the fact that whole grains are totally en vogue again?
Don´t worry, you are not alone.
You probably already know that whole grains are a great way to nourish yourself and your family. These nutrient-rich power-house foods provide a boost of energy, keep you feeling satisfied longer—without all the cravings—and reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and obesity.
Grains are a simple, inexpensive, delicious, and versatile food ideal for complementing any meal—once you know the tricks.
If you tried brown rice once, and gave up after that. . . this series is just for you!
If you already love brown rice, yet want to add a few more ancient grains to your repertoire, this series is for you!
Take the guesswork out of grains, making it easier and faster to enjoy mealtime—or more time—with your family!
Download the free Ultimate Guide to Whole Grains including:
- WHOLE GRAIN-MAKER COOKING CHART with times, ratios, food pairings, and tips
- HOW TO CREATE DELICIOUS MEALS WITH WHOLE GRAINS recipe template
- ROOTED & RUSTIC PANTRY CHECKLIST for stocking whole grains
- PANTRY LABELS and cooking instructions for the 4 grains mentioned in the video
- ROOTED AND RUSTIC PLATE for a visual on how to pair grains with your meals
Did you miss the series? Watch the videos below. . .
In this two-part video series, WATCH HOW I MAKE A SIMPLE BEGINNER´S KIT for GRAINS, and take the guesswork out of mealtime!
PART 1 VIDEO
PART 1 VIDEO INCLUDES:
— What are whole grains?
— How to buy whole grains
— How to cook whole grains—using one simple method
— How much you should eat
— The top two things you need to know before starting
— Two simple tips for adding whole grains to a meal
PART 2 VIDEO
PART 2 for Whole Grains Sampling Day:
— The 4 best grains to add when starting out
— How to store and label your grains at home
— How to make buckwheat, couscous, millet and quinoa
— How to cook any grain using one single method
— How to get the free toolkit mentioned in the videos