Blog title : EAT YOUR GREENS.
Blog link : http://www.eatyrgreens.com/nut-seed-banana-oat-snack-bars/
This site “Eat your Greens” is a food blog featuring easy and quick recipe, beautiful food photography and cooking techniques which has many post that would give you some of the recipes that you might ever want to know. The author of this blog is Anjali. She’s a food writer, new mom, former personal chef and current graduate student studying to be a registered dietitian. She’s obsessed with vegetables and the recipes that she share here is basically what she likes to cook at home: healthy, economical, mostly vegetarian meals that are easy to prepare at the end of a long day of work or school. In 2012, Anjali left her job as a personal chef to start a master’s program in Nutrition at California State University Northridge, with the goal of becoming a registered dietitian. She fell in love with food and cooking while living in Japan and teaching English to high school students through the JET Programme. She’s also a writer for home-cooking blog The kitchen.
The eye appeal was very detailed thought for, the colors, the pictures, the letters, everything with some sort of attractive side was neatly chosen and applied. This also sets the very main point of the site. One thing is for sure, there’s no confusion on finding the topic as its well presented for the viewers & first of all it is called Eat your Greens, which is clear for the viewer to understand and also the sub-headline is written straightforward about the topic.
As mentioned, this site has various post to share numbers of healthy recipes with readers. Besides sharing the healthy food recipes, Anjali also shares out her daily lifestyle and what’s happening around her. But, the focused section which is the food part is the most appealing and interesting for it is explained briefly and the effects it makes on the mood and attract the readers to visit her blog and capture the message and image she is trying to share around.
Anjali’s blog has influenced me in many ways because I love cooking and I love to explore exotic cuisine from different countries. This blog has helped change my eating habit. I learned how to cook simple yet healthy foods in order to avoid outside foods which is unhealthy. Well, we cannot use a healthy lifestyle without balance. What I see with so most of this advice today would it be is often unrealistic and unnecessary. In fact, this fanaticism with healthy eating generally seems to make people less healthy overall. The mainstream healthy lifestyle message has become correlated with a surge in both eating disorders and weight issues. It does little good should your body is healthy, but they’re unhappy with your life. It is important to allow yourself to look for a healthy lifestyle balance in every of the aspects of your health.
In addition, it’s a well written blog with a proper English which can be easily understood by the readers. She shares her recipes together with her daily life stories which attracted me to browse through her blog deeper to know her well. This site fits with people from all walks of life who is interested in cooking and loves to try out new foods. It might be good, though, to pin point the foods you might want to try out, it’s kind of an organizer of thoughts; it is a list, giving you all the recipes you might be interested. For example, if someone wants to try out French picnic lentil salad, I will say that this blog is a good choice. Each recipe post also has a “Printable recipe” option. In case you decide to cook a recipe, you can print it out and carry with you to the kitchen.
I believe that one of the most important things in a diet is variety. That is why her recipes sometimes are raw and other times cooked, sometimes they call for buckwheat and other times for oat. Eating is about feeling good, not following rules. I have to say the Nut & seed banana oat snack bars is a quick, super delicious and beautiful snack. I love eating sunflower seeds as its my all-time favorite.
My food philosophy is simple, I enjoy simple home cooked meals just as much as I enjoy fancy gourmet meals and street-foods. I also enjoy every bite as if it were the best morsel of food I ever put in my mouth. I like to cook from scratch and show you how I did it with the help of this kind of blogs. I am not a professionally trained chef by any means. I just enjoy the few moments I get in the kitchen and would love to try out the fun of cooking new food.