The 12 Tools of Thanksgiving: Tool #1- Eating Pure in a Processed Foods World Cookbook - Farm Girl Fresh

The 12 Tools of Thanksgiving: Tool #1- Eating Pure in a Processed Foods World Cookbook

Tool 1 - Cookbook SMIt’s here! Are you ready? Tool #1 of the 12 Tools of Thanksgiving! We are excited to share with you some of our recommendations of basic tools needed for a well-equipped kitchen.  First and foremost, you will need a good cookbook in your kitchen. It will probably come as no surprise, we are recommending our own book Eating Pure in a Processed Foods World™.

We designed this cookbook to go beyond the typical cookbook. It’s really a lifestyle manual for you to use as a resource guide for growing, preserving, and preparing real food. This book was created with the cook in mind – from the beginner to the most experienced. We’ve recreated traditional recipes using simple, healthier ingredients. Many recipes are gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free. Grandma’s cooking at its best – we like to call it “modern vintage.”

Our book is hard cover, spiral bound and 287 full color pages packed full of recipes, gardening tips, and preserving instructions to guide you on your journey to eating pure. Order your copy today and begin using this valuable tool!

The 12 Tools of Thanksgiving:
Tool #1:  Eating Pure in a Processed Foods World Cookbook
Tool #2: Measuring Cups
Tool #3: Glass Storage Containers
Tool #4: Slow Cooker
Tool #5: Measuring Spoons
Tool #6: Steamer Basket
Tool #7: Muffin Pan
Tool #8: Strainer
Tool #9: Paring Knife
Tool #10: Immersion Blender
Tool #11: Saucepan
Tool #12: Flexible Cutting Mats

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Here are some testimonials we received on our book…

So many times on our ‘healthy eating journey’ we have heard, “It’s simple! Just cook like Grandma used to!” And, while that is true- it IS simple to just COOK like Grandma used to.  The thing is, Grandma didn’t have to contend with Little Debbie and Caribou!  As adults, we know that we should be eating nourishing foods and we know what it takes to BE a nourishing food.  But, for parents trying to instill healthy eating in our children, it’s not that easy.  The processed foods appear so much more fun and colorful—while “healthy food” has a reputation of being bland and boring (let’s face it, adults might think this, too!) Enter in Farm Girl Fresh!  These ladies have each been on ‘healthy eating journeys’ of their own and have shared their wealth of knowledge and recipes in this amazing book!  They put the excitement back into healthy eating—by spicing it up for adults (and contending with Caribou in their Pumpkin Chai Latte- with NO artificial ingredients!) and including so many fun snack (and other) ideas for little ones (smoothies, muffins, chocolate syrup…The list is seriously endless!  Of course, there are also many recipes for mealtime things– from soups, to sandwiches, to whole chickens, etc.).  In the book, they mentor you all the way from planting, caring for, harvesting, and preserving the crops (if you so choose) to preparing it in a way that you won’t even miss the processed version!  We have made 1 or more things from this book every day since we’ve had it! – Lindsay B.

Our family is absolutely falling in love with this cookbook!  I would highly recommend everyone check this book out!! -Whitney C.

I have read this book, every word, from cover to cover, and can easily say this cookbook is my favorite.  I love the pictures.  I love the authors. I love the message. – Candace B.

LOVE LOVE LOVE my new Farm Girl Fresh cookbook!  It has AMAZING healthy recipes and ideas that your whole family will love. – Annie P.

I LOVE THIS BOOK! It has changed the way we eat. It’s so nice to be able to make meals and have your kids actually eat them. If you haven’t purchased their book already, I highly recommend it. The recipes are practical, family-friendly, and healthy. Thank-you Farm Girl Fresh for taking the stress out of my meal planning! – Rebecca B.

5 thoughts on “The 12 Tools of Thanksgiving: Tool #1- Eating Pure in a Processed Foods World Cookbook”

  1. Sandy Bessingpas

    I read about your cookbook on my DIL’s facebook. This is how I love to cook. I cant wait to see the book and try some new ways to cook what I grow.

  2. I was SO excited to find out about your cookbook and blog! I have asked Britta so many times, what does your mom think about this.., what would your mom say about that… I look forward to continuing to learn from both of you! Thank you for sharing your passion and knowledge with all of us!

  3. Joyce and Colleen

    Thanks, Brandi! It’s good to hear from you. I hope your family’s doing well and I’m glad to hear you’re following our blog. 🙂

  4. I’m adding this to my Christmas list! Full color, spiral bound, and there are options for gf/df/nf? Perfect!

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