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Check out my YouTube video with the link posted above for a full explaination of the recipe. As far as the nutrition goes, I might be looked down upon by fellow nutritionists because I am advocating for ocassional usage of boxed products. Are fresh products better? Yes. Can boxed items carry lots of unwanted sodium and fats? Yes. The problem that I have with saying you should never eat boxed food is that I understand that's not realistic for 80% of the population. We are all living in a fast paced world with little to no time to cook for ourselves and our families. Many of us have multiple jobs, or multiple illnesses that keep us from having the time and energy to have homecooked meals every night. When I had Lyme disease I was too sick to function. I could barely pick up my son muchless cook him the healthy nutrition meals I would have liked. The point is, we don't always have the ideal circumstance to eat healthy all of time, so what is the remedy? I beleive that by making small adjustments you can be realistic to the constraints you have in your life without sacrificing taste and nutrition.
In this recipe you will add braised onion and beef stock that you have already frozen and prepared. This tip has saved me countless times, it requires no energy at the time yet tastes like you've been stewing it for hours. This will amp up the taste of any boxed meal, but as far as nutrition goes it is the holly grail of secrets. One of the main reasons people are discouraged from eating boxed meals is due to the high levels of sodium. By using the onion stock you are diluting the sodium down to reasonable amounts that won't use up your entire daily alotment of sodium in one serving. Adding more flavor, and reducing the sodium content?! Yes Please!
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