Cooking in Times Like These are for real people. Living a real life right now. Are you in quarantine? Are you home alone these days? Are you trying to care for a loved one who is in need? Maybe you have to go to work every day, and come and cook for your ill loved one. What about you? These questions and concerns are well thought out and explained in a very easy, no nonsense approach to a responsible way to handle meal times, nourishment, and self-care in relation to food. In these pages one will find ways to live a better life by cooking in minutes. Meal prep has been redesigned to accommodate the unavailability of the food shortages in some areas. All the recipes can literally be made by children over seven years old with adult supervision. All recipes will have free tutorial cook-along videos at http: //liveoutyourlight.com. These life option meals are perfect for keto diets, low carb diets, meat lovers, and kids using the suitability guide. All recipes come complete with a colored photo and nutrition content information. For those who hate to cook, this is for you You can prepare these quick and easy recipes, and pop them into the freezer. Allowing you more freedom to enjoy a wholesome life with minimum effort. This read is for everyone who wants to hold-on and, yes, even improve their quality of life, during times like these.
About the Author
The love affair with food started at seven years old. When the author would sit for hours on end collecting recipes from the Sunday Newspaper and carefully make dreams and plans of someday making her own cookbook. At twenty she worked with the Marriot Corp. as a Food & Nutrition Supervisor in the hospital. As her search for more flavor continued, the author joined the Aramark team to serve out 4,000 meals in only about three hours each day. Enjoying it so much that she went on to receive her license to open a restaurant, through the Governmental Health & Safety Dept. After marrying and starting a family, being a full-time wife, full-time mom, and helping in the family business, the three-hour cooking recipes seemed insane. And in a full-time life every recipe needed a modern update of versatility and quick ease in preparation. So here we are. Now, more than ever, we need to cook in a way that helps us in times like these.