Do you ever have to stop what you're doing to Google a kitchen measurement conversion? Do you constantly have to research cook times and oven temperatures for different veggies? Do you know how long it takes to cook pinto beans in the crock pot? What about on the stove?
Let's face it: We waste a lot of time researching the same cooking instructions over and over. But now you can actually SAVE time in the kitchen by having the most important cooking charts and reference sheets right at your fingertips!
Cooking tips from the pros
Food prep terms and abbreviations
Knife cuts (definitions + examples)
Kitchen measurement conversion chart
Cooking method definitions
Oil-free cooking and baking tip sheet
This-for-That plant-based substitution chart
Quick breakfast recipes + 8 topping ideas
Quick snack recipes
Seasoning basics + conversion chart
Quick seasoning recipes
Grain cooking chart
Oven-roasted veggies cooking chart
Steamed veggies cooking chart
Dry bean cooking chart + cooking tips
EWG's Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen reference sheet
Seasonal produce guide
List of plant-based foods
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All of the products in this shop are digital downloads only. Nothing will be shipped, and you will not receive a physical product in the mail.
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