‘The Nourished Kitchen’ Blogger Jenny McGruther Presents Her 12-Week E-Course ‘How To Cook Real Food’

Filed under: Events — @ May 18, 2010

Real food. Those of us who blog about diet and health talk about it a lot, but most people have no idea what you’re saying when you advocate for “real food.” They think all that stuff in their local supermarket is real food–we know better, though, don’t we. Real food promoter and author Michael Pollan (The Omnivore’s Dilemma and In Defense of Food) notes that 90% of the food supply has some derivative of corn in it and that’s a scary thought. From high-fructose corn syrup to modified corn starch, these additives to our “food” supply are making us fat, sick, and decidedly unhealthy. That’s why I was happy to hear about “The Nourished Kitchen” blogger Jenny McGruther’s upcoming 12-week online e-course beginning June 1, 2010 called “How To Cook Real Food.”

Inspired by the recent newfound interest in real food espoused by the ABC-TV show “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” Jenny is hoping to keep the fire burning on this important movement regarding cooking from home delicious and nutritious meals from scratch. Gee, imagine that novel concept! One obstacle that people have about doing this is the perception they don’t have the time, energy, resources or knowledge about how to do it. But that’s where this e-course will come in.

I don’t know about you, but my experience cooking food growing up was browning some ground beef to mix with the seasoning packet in my Hamburger Helper or Rice-A-Roni box meal along with canned green beans and corn with raw biscuit dough. Yum-my! NOT! In this day and age of convenience and the need for quick foods to grab and go, the allure of candy bars, potato chips, and sugary soda is hard to get away from. But it is vital we change this culture of carbohydrates as I’ll call it and get back to focusing on the most important part of food–and that’s the food itself. REAL FOOD! Something your great grandmother would have recognized a century ago.

If you’re stumped about how to get started on your real food journey, then let Jenny McGruther help you get started the right way with her exclusive 12-week e-course. In no time, you’ll be whipping up some mouthwatering real food dishes made from food you purchased from local farmers who are committed to providing the best possible ingredients for your family’s menus. Yes, your family will notice the difference between your old diet and this fresh, real, whole foods eating plan that Jenny helps you create.

Jenny is not just a blogger at “The Nourished Kitchen” but she is also the manager of a local farmer’s market, so she’s got all the inside secrets about what to look for when you’re shopping and how to get the most bang for your buck. She’s also a highly-skilled natural foods cooking queen so you can learn from her easy-to-apply techniques for bringing the “wow” factor back to your kitchen.

Here’s what Jenny herself has to say about her exciting upcoming e-course:

“I’ve taken everything I know about cooking real food and condensed the information into 12 easy lessons – everything you need to get started. You’ll be able to find fresh local foods, maximize nutrition and minimize cost while developing simple, nourishing recipes that your family will love. Real food doesn’t have to be overwhelming or expensive if you have the right know-how. In this multi-media, online e-course, you’ll learn how to shop in season, maintain a budget and plan healthy meals for your family.

All of the classes are found online and you can download the teaching materials at your convenience. If you’re an early riser and want to start your learning at 5:00AM, then you’ll have that option. Or if you prefer to do your learning later at night, that’s an option too. YOU pick the time of day you want to view each lesson every week beginning on Tuesday, June 1, 2010 and Jenny will be right there waiting to share some incredibly practical tips for implementing real food into your life. There are also printable materials to help reinforce what you see and hear Jenny sharing on the videos. All of the courses will be available to you on demand for a full six weeks after the class ends so you can go back through the lessons again if you need a refresher.

Jenny is confident you are gonna LOVE this class so much that she is offering a very special 14-DAY NO-QUESTIONS-ASKED REFUND POLICY. She’s sure you’re gonna absolutely enjoy this experience of learning about real food so much that she’s willing to do that for you. There really is nothing to lose to try the course for yourself and see how you do with it. You know you’ve always wanted to start cooking better for your family but didn’t know how. Now with Jenny’s help, you can learn in a very short amount of time just how easy it can really be.

The classes are limited, so if you want to register you must do so no later than Monday, May 31, 2010. Enrollment will close on that day and classes will begin promptly on Tuesday, June 1, 2010. CLICK HERE to get in on this unique opportunity to begin your own real foods journey or to pick up some new cooking ideas for how to feed your family well.

Jenny offers up why YOU might want to take her e-course:

If you’ve ever wondered how to feed your family healthier, wholesome and nourishing meals, but been stumped trying to put it all together, you need this class.

If you want to support the local foods movement, but are stumped by seasonal cooking or how to even find quality foods from local farms, you need this class.

If you want to save money and time feeding your family healthy, organic, seasonal meals, you need this class.

If you want to learn to cook from scratch, if you want to give up sugar and learn to use natural, wholesome sweeteners, you need this class.

If you’re looking for a healthier alternative to soda and soft drinks, you need this class.

If you want to develop your own recipes based on locally available fruits and vegetables, you need this class.

You need to learn how to cook real food. It’s good for the environment, your local economy and, most of all, it’s good for your family’s health.

Need I say more? Here’s a syllabus of the 12 lessons found in this e-course:
Lesson #1: What is Real Food & Where to Find It
Lesson #2: Eat Whole Grain
Lesson #3: Homemade Sourdough Bread
Lesson #4: Homemade Salad Dressings
Lesson #5: Prepare Seasonal Vegetables
Lesson #6: Make Real Pickles
Lesson #7: Roasted & Slow-cooked Meats
Lesson #8: Stocks, Broths & Soups
Lesson #9: Easy Homemade Yogurt & Cheese
Lesson #10: Soda & Soft Drink Alternatives
Lesson #11: Naturally Sweet Desserts
Lesson #12: Menus & Meal Planning

The “How To Cook Real Food” e-course includes:
12 Comprehensive, Multi-media Online Classes
Video Tutorials Teaching You How to Cook Real Food
Digital Workbook to Take Notes & Develop Your Own Recipes
Charts Outlining Seasonally Available Foods
Fact Sheets and Handy Tips Analyzing the Value of Real Food
Online Discussion Forum for Members Only
Menu Planning Tips & Sample Meal Plans
Sample Shopping Lists and Equipment Recommendations
SPECIAL BONUS: Discounts & Coupons from Companies I Trust

Lest you’re concerned Jenny’s e-course may not apply to your healthy low-carb lifestyle, she assures me that “there’s some really good stuff in the class for low-carbers, we even cover natural, sweetener-free desserts and, of course, there’s a lot of focus on preparing tender grass-finished beef.” Sign up for the “How To Cook Real Food” e-course and let me know what you think! At least try it for a couple of classes and if it’s not for you then Jenny will refund your money. Let’s start our own “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” food revolution bringing real food back to the forefront of American culture. It’s an uphill battle, but it can start with YOUR family’s menus beginning in June 2010!

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