cooking is a revolutionary act

1 Apr

Screen Shot 2013-04-01 at 10.42.40 AMIf you follow our blog, you most likely love to cook.

Well, we are in good company!

We are part of a movement that is inspiring our audiences to cook at home, fostering relationships with family, friends, neighbors, while furthering physical, mental and spiritual health.

Cooking doesn’t have to be fancy or feel out of reach. On the contrary, cooking should be seen as simple, approachable and fun!

With all of the jarring statistics we hear everyday, it’s comforting to know that we can change ourselves, our families, our communities by using our own two hands. Grocery shopping, turning on that oven, prepping those ingredients, and sitting down at the table can have profound effects on everyone involved in the process.

As Dr. Mark Hyman summarizes, “cooking…can transform everything…our health, the environment, our economy and so much more!”

Join Dr. Mark Hyman for an “eat-in” on April 7th, to “take back our health by avoiding restaurants and packaged foods.” On this day he asks us to make real, whole, fresh food and invite family and friends over to share in that moment.

Let’s all pledge to prepare more food at home, and help educate and inspire others to do the same.

Happy healthy eating to all!

Photo courtesy of theeatin.org

6 Responses to “cooking is a revolutionary act”

  1. Kenny April 1, 2013 at 5:16 pm #

    I love the idea for the event. I can almost see “Eating In” as a healthy movement (or holiday). Great message

  2. Nicky April 1, 2013 at 6:40 pm #

    Reblogged this on Our Little Family Adventure and commented:
    I follow Butter Beans Kitchen’s blog regularly. Today, they posted a wonderful event called an “Eat-In” on April 7th. Buttbeans encourages healthy eating in our public schools. This event encourages us to take back our health and cook at home. I’m all in. Won’t be join me?

  3. Nicky April 1, 2013 at 6:41 pm #

    What a great event. I’ll be sure to Eat In on the 7th. I reblogged the event to my website as well. The more people who are informed, the greater the impact.

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