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Old 06-05-2019, 08:46 AM   #12
LovinBeingMommy
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Default Re: If you have cut out commercially processed foods

I've found we eat a better variety when we're avoiding a lot of processed stuff. I've never gone 100% unprocessed, but I've cut a lot. I cut more as I learn to make more of the ingredients for myself.

I've found lots of blogs and youtubers who eat specific diets (paleo, vegan, etc.) and share a lot of their recipes and cooking tips, so that helps me keep variety. I follow them mostly to add variety to our existing diet, but they certainly have a wide enough variety to live completely off their recipes and not feel like you're eating the same thing every day. Generally, I just google "[diet type] recipes" and try something that comes up. Or I'll search a specific meal that I'm craving, along with the type of diet I want to follow. So when I had no meat readily available, I googled "vegan Spanish rice" and got a great recipe.
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