There's a lot to do as you await a little one, from preparing a nursery to reading up on what to expect those first few days after the baby is born. For most people, family and friends rally around to help, which is great! You'll also have bought your own supplies. Organizing all that stuff before your baby arrives will save you plenty of time and headaches in the long run.
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On the days when you pay attention to your diet and make the effort to eat healthy (like a salad for lunch), you will often find yourself disappointed after you've chopped up all of your fresh veggies and tossed them in a cheap, store-bought salad dressing. It might be too watery or the taste might be off, but what can you do?
Meatloaf is a classic American meal. But sometimes it can be tricky to get that perfect, tender end product without drying out the meat. Luckily, cooking sous vide is easy and nearly foolproof. It may take a little longer, but the result is a great-tasting meatloaf. Here's one Italian take on a classic American recipe:
Perfect for picky eaters or simply as a healthy treat, fruit and vegetable gummy snacks are a fun (and colorful) way to sneak extra nutrition into your kids' diet. These snacks can be made start to finish in three hours, and can be stored in FoodVacBags vacuum sealer bags for up to two years.
Making spice mixes at home is a quick and simple way to take control of the kitchen by keeping out unwanted additives like MSG. Using fewer than 30 household spices, you can make at least 14 different spice blends. Buy spices and create blends in bulk to save time and money. Spices can be stored in FoodVacBags vacuum sealer bags to retain freshness for years.
Here are seven of our favorite spice mix recipes: