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Food made with love

Food made with love

There are lots of small snacks that is easily iwth back in Singapore. I was Gut health and leaky gut syndrome by a customer at a Varoma cooking class recently to post about how I cooked my chicken rice. The food we eat not only affects our body, but our minds too!


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Thanks for a great article and a wonderful reminder! I have an almost 4 year old and a 1 year old. You can start right away! My oldest now almost 12 has always been extremely coordinated, and until he was about 6 he was very interested in learning to do anything adults especially me were doing—so he was adding ingredients to the bowl, making balls of cookie dough, etc.

I started letting him use a paring knife when he was 3, and he was as much of a help as a distraction, anyway, and learning useful skills. He gradually became more and more helpful until he got the idea from peers? After his sister was born when he was 9, he made 2 or 3 family dinners per week of easy foods, so I know he can do it even though he often prefers not to!

I expect to encourage it more within the next year, though. Hi NB, 4yo is awesome to start working on learning to cook! Thank you, this is a lovely post! Preparing food is not my favourite part of being a mum and I can find myself feeling resentful about the amount of time I spend in the kitchen.

ungrateful consumers, but instead it provides endless opportunities to deliberately love our families! What a wonderful article! Definitely, life goes better when I am cooking lovingly and mindfully because the act of cooking feeds my soul, but the effect on the food is noticeable too.

When I am feeling awful and I prepare food for myself, making it just right for myself is an act of love that helps me feel better. When I was years old, I had a lot of opportunities to cook at Girl Scout camp, and I noticed the feeling of love for each of the people eating that was triggered by making food for them.

I love that part you said about cooking for yourself is an act of love! It ALWAYS makes me feel better. And I love the comment about cooking with the Girl Scouts! Such wonderful memories you are creating with them.

Beautiful article! I even practice blessings for something as simple as pouring a glass of juice. Thanks for sharing this! We get to choose to be grateful or negative. Life is so much better when we choose gratitude!

Right on! If I am crabby when I cook I can taste it. I try to keep perspective by reminding myself that we will not be going hungry that meal or the next and being thankful for that.

God bless! Yes, sometimes I just want to cook on my own as therapy now! I want them to positive associations with food and eating meals with family. THANK YOU for this post! I really needed it. My kids are always hungry it seems and one of my daughters now has a ton of food allergies and I can spend an hour or more cooking a meal everyone should like and get more discouraged when I just hear just complaining.

My attitude has gotten worse. And I grew up in a household where my mom would resentfully prepare bland food and then never sit and eat with us.

I do want to change. So thank you for sharing your struggle and the practical ways that you sought to change it.

God bless you! Awwww, Lisa. So glad this helped you out! Change IS hard, but totally possible. We have bad days, but the good days outnumber the bad, which counts as success in my book!

Slowing down will help in allll areas of life. Esp with kids involved. Working with kids takes TONS of time. But whats the pt of the kids otherwise? Our family does everything possible to reduce hurry.

I always try to leave LOTS of room for running errands, driving to practices, etc. Then, if for some reason, we run into a delay, we still have plenty of time and we have no stress. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

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