Mareya Ibrahim is The Fit Foodie – a nutritionist, clean-eating chef, published author, podcast host, and the founder of eatcleaner.com. Mareya joined me on the podcast to talk about how she helps women navigate food and fitness as they enter into peri- and menopause stages of life. We also talked about her company eatcleaner.com and her book, Eat Like You Give A Fork.
This interview dives into how Mary started her YouTube channel, what it means to be a Modern Pioneer, and how she became a cookbook author. Mary gives great tips for starting a traditional foods kitchen – it’s as easy as starting with a roast chicken – and how making traditional foods will help you save money and waste less.
Monica Corrado is a teaching chef, speaker, author, and consultant. In this episode, Monica details the Nourishing Traditions diet, what principles it follows, and how it got started. This episode is full of tips for how to get started and the benefits you might see by following a Nourishing Traditions way of eating.
Recent Articles from the Blog
Raise your hand if you’re not ready for Summer to end… Sorry to all the pumpkin spice lovers, but we’re not ready! Enjoy this month’s blog posts, featuring some easy, semi-homemade recipes.
When you have a lot going on, planning around a busy schedule is necessary because weeknight activities and meetings mean you’re in need of leftovers, 15-minute meals, or crockpot dinners.
Enjoy this recipe from a new blog contributor, Miche Bloch! These fully loaded burger bowls are packed with fresh veggies and entail all the mouth-watering flavors of a classic burger.
If you are looking for a quick and easy dessert, this is it! There is no baking required and it only has a few ingredients – chocolate chip cookies, milk, & whipped cream.
This Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry is a kid-friendly, quick recipe, offering an easy dinner alternative to Chinese takeout. With tender, lean chicken breasts to crisp, vibrant florets of broccoli, it’s the ultimate duo of protein and veggies.
Fitness and calorie tracking apps are great for calculating macros of single-ingredient items, prepackaged food, or even fast food. But if you cook most of your meals at home, it can be a pain to calculate the nutrition facts for the recipes you make.
As always, the development team is working hard to fix bugs and build new features for the mobile app and website!
Mobile App Updates
This month we released version 3.1.1.
- We updated the app tour. New users will see the new, animated experience before they sign up. Existing users can tap the profile icon > Tour to be guided through some of our coolest features!
- We updated the recipe form’s category fields. You can now manage your courses, cuisines, main ingredients, and tags while you’re updating a recipe.
- We fixed some animation bugs related to how pages open and close on the Cook, Plan, and Shop tabs.
- As you might imagine, buttons are supposed to work right instead of crash. We fixed a bug that was causing a handful of pages to crash when a few specific buttons were tapped.
- We fixed a bug that was causing recipe file imports that included emojis to fail.
- We fixed a bug that would switch the recipe view from the table to the grid after visiting the meal planner.
- We improved the Recipe Clipper’s accuracy when saving recipes from multiple websites.
- We added a limit on imported recipe ingredients from the web to 100 ingredients.
If you have any questions, please contact our support team.
“This app saves me hours of planning – it reliably extracts online recipes and autogenerates a shopping list. It has all kinds of thoughtful features like the ability to tag recipes so you can search/filter, separate shipping lists for different stores, the ability to organize shopping categories to match your store’s layout, easy sharing of recipes with others, and more. The app is very reliable and constantly improving.”
“Plan to Eat is a unique app that has helped in making cooking and shopping easy for me. The best features are it’s simplicity in adding a recipe, a shopping list is automatically created for ingredients and it is organized by sections of the grocery store, and the app automatically changes the amount of recipe ingredients needed to correspond to the number of servings i am making. I love it!”