The autumn leaves have changed, the snowflakes are beginning to fall. Little children’s Halloween costumes are back on the shelf to be redesigned into something for next year (hopefully!) and the relatives are beginning to call asking what the “plans” are. What’s on everyone’s mind? Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to sit back, take stock of the passing year and spend some time with family and friends enjoying a warm meal. Just thinking of Thanksgiving brings smells of roasted turkey, cranberries, cinnamon and pumpkin pie into the air.
But there is one problem associated with all that merriment and eating- weight gain! How can you eat all the wonderful foods associated with this festive season- Turkey, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes and stuffing- and of course, the dessert menu!- without feeling bloated, stuffed, lethargic and feeling like you’re unable to do anything but roll into your car, drive home and lumber into hibernation like a bear?
Well I can tell you right now- you can still enjoy all the wonderful traditional dishes of a home-style Thanksgiving without the guilt, without the poundage, without the added stress and concern of losing yet another button on your favorite holiday shirt or being red-faced and short of breath for yet another holiday photo- Just use Organic Recipes!!!
Whether you have been eating healthy for a while, not eating healthy at all, or just been into recent events, you might know of the wave organic recipes have taken over the market. Organic recipes are flavor-packed, nutrition-rich and offer you all the same dishes you love, without any of the preservatives, bad oils, or pesticides you would find in conventional food.
“Forget everything you know about butter being bad for your health- butter is in, its organic, and its 100 percent edible.”
Maybe you’ve been eating organically for the past year, fruits and vegetables, and yes, its easy to make yourself salads and risottos and steam some vegetables every now and then.
But now it’s Thanksgiving. The relatives will be coming over, and although you’ve made the choice to be healthy, serving a wild rice pilaf and steamed organic vegetables or your normal everyday salad just isn’t going to cut it.
You still need gourmet recipes, packed with flavor, that will wow your guests this Thanksgiving and Holiday season, and you want the nutrition that organic recipes provide you.
Organic recipes allow you the same tastes you grew up on, with the same ingredients your great-grandmothers grew up on. Organic recipes use ingredients that are not genetically modified, that do not contain harmful cocktails of pesticides, and certified organic vegetables are vegetables your kids will actually eat!