Early in the pandemic, takeout from local restaurants, pantry cleanouts, and epic baking marathons made a lot of sense for the crazy new world we were living in. An entire year in, however, and the lingering habits and longterm effects of feeding our families in survival-mode are more clear. Today Meagan and Sarah look at what’s changed about the way we snack, cook, shop, and serve in the last year – for better and for worse. We share the parts of feeding our families that are working well right now and also the parts where we need some help. Join us!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in this episode:
- Listen to more of our episodes on feeding a family
- If you haven’t listened to our recent Voices interview, check it out! The State Of Kids And Food In 2021