5 Kitchen Cooking Essentials                                           Marissa Vicario, Founder and                       ...
Why Cook at Home?• One of my favorite places in the whole world is  my kitchen.• I was never a good cook. Only in the past...
Blender• You don’t have to break the bank  on a powerful, high quality  blender.• Get the best one you can afford  and use...
Chef’s Knife• Whether you choose a heavier  German model, a lighter  Japanese one or a hybrid, this  item will be a bit mo...
Microplane Zester   • Professional chefs sing the     praises of these simple tools.   • They zest anything from     citru...
Mandoline• I don’t know how I ever lived  without one of these.• They’re a quick way to throw  together a salad or thinly ...
Steam Basket • This is one of the first   cooking tools I ever owned. • For the first year I spent   learning how to cook,...
Bottom Line!• Not only are these tools inexpensive, they  make cooking a lot easier.• So with these five tools, a few pots...
Read the blog post here + video: http://bit.ly/WXfzsC                                            Connect with Me!         ...
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If you want to get control of your health and feel good consistently, you must eat at home more often than you dine out.

For those who find that concept just the least bit intimidating, let me help you get started. With these five tools, a few pots and pans and a handful of healthy recipes, you’ll be on your way to healthy meals in no time!

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5 Kitchen Cooking Essentials

  1. 1. 5 Kitchen Cooking Essentials Marissa Vicario, Founder and Wellness Expert Marissa’s Well-being and Health www.mwahonline.com www.whereineedtobe.com© 2012 Marissa’s Well-being and Health
  2. 2. Why Cook at Home?• One of my favorite places in the whole world is my kitchen.• I was never a good cook. Only in the past five or six years have I started taking an interest in cooking and just how simple creating a delicious meal can actually be.• I truly believe that if you want to get control of your health and feel good consistently, you must eat at home more often than you dine out.• For those who find that concept just the least bit intimidating, let me help you get started.
  3. 3. Blender• You don’t have to break the bank on a powerful, high quality blender.• Get the best one you can afford and use it to mix up smoothies, nut milks, salad dressings, soups and more!
  4. 4. Chef’s Knife• Whether you choose a heavier German model, a lighter Japanese one or a hybrid, this item will be a bit more of an investment.• The good news is you don’t need an entire block of knives.• Just one or two good chef’s knives will do the trick.• Try a few out and choose the one that feels best in your hand.
  5. 5. Microplane Zester • Professional chefs sing the praises of these simple tools. • They zest anything from citrus to fresh, whole spices and even garlic. • It’s the perfect way to add finishing flavors to anything you make.
  6. 6. Mandoline• I don’t know how I ever lived without one of these.• They’re a quick way to throw together a salad or thinly slice difficult-to-cut root veggies like beets, sweet potatoes and fennel.
  7. 7. Steam Basket • This is one of the first cooking tools I ever owned. • For the first year I spent learning how to cook, I steamed every single vegetable imaginable. • And truth be told, when I’m feeling time-crunched in the kitchen, I still do.
  8. 8. Bottom Line!• Not only are these tools inexpensive, they make cooking a lot easier.• So with these five tools, a few pots and pans and a handful of healthy recipes, you’ll be on your way to healthy meals in no time!
  9. 9. Read the blog post here + video: http://bit.ly/WXfzsC Connect with Me! Facebook Linkedin YouTube Pinterest Twitter: @MarissaVicario Email: marissa@mwahonline.com

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