Clean Eating

Holiday Survival

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From mid-November to late December, you’ll shop, you’ll plan, you’ll cook your heart out, and, no matter how much you love the holidays, you’ll stress. It’s inevitable. Or is it?

Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, cookbook authors, culinary instructors and the faces of our newest Clean Eating Academy course, Shortcut Cooking: Easiest- Ever Clean Meals, seem to have it ?gured out.

“People overemphasize the product of cooking rather than the process,” Scarbrough explains. “That mistakes the point of cooking.” He continues, “Given the status of the food industry in North America right now, there’s a crazy

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