Need Some Baby Steps to Eating Better?
Here at Kitchen Stewardship, we’ve always been all about the baby steps. But if you’re just starting your real food journey, sifting through all that we’ve shared here over the years can be totally overwhelming.
That’s why we took the best 10 rookie “Monday Missions” that used to post once a week and made a printable checklist so you can track your progress.
If you’re just starting your journey to real food, keep in mind that you really can’t do it all at once.
I recommend printing the checklist and putting it somewhere you’ll see it often. It’s important to tackle them ONE of them at a time, so I’ll also plan on following up with an email once a week with some tips on how to tackle the next item on the checklist.
Sign up to get the checklist and weekly challenges and teaching on key topics like meal planning, homemade foods that save the budget (and don’t take too much time), what to cut out of your pantry, and more.
I found Kitchen Stewardship in the google search results for homemade chicken broth. I kept looking until I found yours because I wasn’t satisfied with any other source. You had so much more information than just a a recipe and it helped tremendously. I had no idea at the time how expansive KS is. I found it at the perfect time as I was ready to hear real food evangelism-I’d just found out about white sugar and began reading many labels when a friend did Whole30 and was very surprised. I’ve learned so much in the past few months, even successfully made yogurt on my first try thanks to your guide.
— A.B., Kentucky
Each week’s email will include EVERYTHING you need to accomplish the next item on the checklist.