Clean Eating

Dinner on a Dime – and in Less Time!

Welcome back to our annual Budget Issue showcasing over 20 meals ringing in at $3 or less and full of kitchen shortcuts that are sure to change your cooking game forever.

In this edition, we’re bringing back some of your all-time favorites, like “Goodness to Go!” on (launching September 11), led by ’s contributing culinary nutritionist turned Clean Eating Academy instructor Pamela Salzman. I’ve got to say, you might think some of this stuff would be old hat for those of us working in food publishing and food education who do this day in and day out, but when Executive Editor Andrea Gourgy and I were working on this course, we got really giddy over all the amazing stuff crammed into it. I’m talking surprising things even the staff wants to learn about – some amazing time-saving hacks plus countless creative recipes that can be transformed into many more. This told me that we have something truly special on our hands. Sign up to learn more about this revolutionary new course at . Hurry, the course starts soon!

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