While the Plan to Eat Menu Planner and Shopping List are seamlessly integrated to automatically create your shopping list with everything you need for the
A couple of weeks ago, I shared our family’s favorite mix-and-match smoothies. My girls had been begging me to freeze some of the leftovers into
I probably look like a crazy woman when I head to our local grocery store and load up my cart with bags of “overripe” bananas,
Recently, I shared a printable on Life…Your Way to help my readers keep track of the “dirty dozen” and “clean fifteen” when purchasing produce. These
A couple of weeks ago, I told you how the improved Friends feature makes it incredibly easy to share recipes with friends and family so
Summer’s almost over, and I’m looking forward to fall and all the goodness it brings with it — crisp apples fresh from the orchard, fresh
One of the features of Plan to Eat that has the most potential to change the way my family eats is the Friend feature, which
Can I tell you a secret? I’m a terrible cook. I’m getting better the more I practice, but the truth is that I over think
Changing your diet from processed, unhealthy foods to fresh, healthy ones doesn’t come easily for most people. It takes time and effort — to read
Garlic is often touted as a super food, with health benefits ranging from clearing up acne and lowering blood pressure to slowing cancer growth and
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