We're lingering a bit on food this week, because honestly, that's where a lot of us really struggle. Between family favorite recipes, and night's out with friends, we tend to enjoy whatever is dished up, but that's where the party ends. Sometimes the things we enjoy most are not really our friends.
While we are encouraging you to explore more wholesome whole-food options, we thought we'd review a vocabulary term we have adopted in recent years, "tasty" -- "tasty" as opposed to "good." You see, there can be a HUGE difference between something that is "tasty" and something that is truly and genuinely "good" for you. Even plant-based food options can be "tasty" rather than "good," and this is why, in line with our temperance discussions (previous), we thought it was time to encourage a broader definition of the word "good." Is it really "good" for you? This is food for thought as our challenge continues. Shall we opt for what is tasty, no matter how tasty it is? Or shall we opt for what is truly good?
The "good" news is that we have uploaded more healthy recipes for you, so be sure to check them out on our website -- we heartily recommend the Soul-Soothing African Peanut Stew!
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