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Kitchen Basics: Level Up with our How to Go Gluten Free Course

Here at Curry Girls, Megs and I believe the kitchen is the heart of the home.

It’s where we nourish ourselves and we feed those we love. It’s where we chat about our days and unwind. It’s where we share memories and create new ones!

But… for some, the kitchen is the source of stress.

“My kitchen is full to the brim, yet I never seem to have anything I need.”

“I want to ‘eat healthy,’ but I’m so overwhelmed. I don’t know what foods to even buy.”

“I never have time for cooking, so my pantry is just full of junk food.”

Healthy food is so expensive.

Friends, you can be stress free in the kitchen too!

The best way to do so is to organize and plan. That’s the ticket to decluttering your space, having your ideal ingredients right on hand, saving time and money at the grocery store, streamlining the cooking process, and honoring your me-time outside of the kitchen.

Sounds awesome, right?! Well guess what? I’ve already created a system for you to do just that. Buh-bye kitchen stress…

Introducing Our How to Go Gluten Free Course: Featuring The KIND Method

The KIND Method, which stands for Kitchen Improvements to Nourish Daily, is more than just an acronym; it’s a life-changing kitchen organization and meal planning system. Developed from over 25 years of culinary expertise, this method is the cornerstone of my gluten-free lifestyle teachings. So integral is The KIND Method that we’ve featured it as a key component in our groundbreaking course, How to Go Gluten Free. In fact, it serves as the backbone of the course, guiding you through a well-rounded journey towards a gluten-free lifestyle. Just as the recipes in my lifestyle cookbook, Damn Good Gluten Free (DGGF), are directly tied to KIND’s meal planning guide, our course meticulously maps out each step using The KIND Method as a guide. The bottom line? The KIND Method has a stellar track record. It has not only enabled hundreds of clients to achieve culinary and organizational success, but it has also dramatically improved the efficiency of my own household’s kitchen!

So, let’s get into it. What exactly are the “improvements” in “Kitchen Improvements?”

First, the KIND Method levels up your pantries (both fresh and dry).

Learn how to read nutrition labels, what to declutter, what to keep, how to identify high-quality foods, which snacks pass the Peggy quality spectrum test, what “beneficial foods” are and how to incorporate them in your diet, how to properly store your food, and many more tips and tricks along the way.

Then, streamline your weekly cooking with The KIND Method’s themed meal planning guide.

Planning out your meals takes the stress right out of cooking AND SHOPPING. With a well-planned menu, only one shopping trip a week is necessary to have everything you need at your fingertips. Then, when it comes time to cook, your brain can fully relax and enjoy the process. Bring calm into your kitchen, nourish your body, and bring happiness to your soul knowing you are feeding yourself and everyone in your life with nutritious goodness… exactly how our body’s want to be fed. No judgment. No stress. Just honest to goodness love.

Oh! And did I mention, The KIND Method’s meal plan is themed?!  Themed weeknight menus were the ultimate to also add variety into your recipes as well as enjoying all the benefits of meal prep without the monotony of same ol’ same ol’. Not to mention, the kids loved it! Its how I set up each chapter in the cookbook! Monday Night Mediterranean, Tuesday Taco Night, Wednesday Wild Fish, Thursday Veggie Night and Friday One-Pot. Woohoo!

I’m so proud of how The KIND Method has helped so many of my clients. I made sure to feature it in my book, so that I could share it with my greater community and improve their lives as well.  What else I love? Even when all the girls moved out, my husband Tim and I still keep to the themed nightly meals going! It works even with the two of us!

Learn more about Damn Good Gluten Free the lifestyle cookbook.

filming with Sarah and Dylan

But that wasn’t enough…

I’m absolutely ecstatic to share that Meg and I have built a KIND Method video course called How to Go Gluten Free!

This $2,000+ value course, (8 hours of 1-on-1 coaching), simulates the individual customized kitchen set up service I provide for my clients. This video course teaches you exactly how to replicate The KIND Method with fun, short videos and simple step-by-step instructions to easily implement in your own home. We filmed it all with our dear friends Sarah Herron and Dylan Brown, in their home in Carbondale, Colorado. Sarah and Dylan are starting to grow their family and wanted us to come and do a gluten free kitchen makeover with them. So we did. And Dylan, and excellent videographer, filmed the entire process. Before we knew it, the How to Go Gluten Free course was born!

The KIND Method promises big benefits:

  • Reduce stress around cooking.
  • Enjoy a clutter free kitchen.
  • Save time and money at the grocery store.
  • Become confidant, joyful, and relaxed while preparing DAMN GOOD food!

To get your hands on a physical copy of The KIND Method (and 140 deliciously customizable recipes), you can purchase a hardcopy from our local bookstore or yours. #supportlocal is our first choice. Hard copies or a kindle version is also available on Amazon.

We can’t wait to share all this goodness with you!

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