Do you find that you tend to eat the same things week after week? Is variety NOT the spice of your life? If you would not classify yourself as a culinary crusader, you are not alone. Part of recovering from an eating disorder involves building a new relationship to food. For food blogger, Jessie Moore, the act of creating the food became a bigger experience than just eating it. For Francesca Baker, author of Eating and Living: Recipes for Recovery, recipes have so much more meaning and importance beyond their ingredient list. In this month’s Warrior Challenge, Francesca and I encourage you to step outside of your comfort zone and expand your culinary horizons. Tune in to learn more and as always share your progress and connect with the Recovery Warrior community by using the hashtag #warriormoment.
Publish Your Recipe on Recovery Warriors
- To submit, email us at [email protected] with:
- Your recipe making sure to document all the ingredients and preparation steps
- A high quality picture of your recipe
- A short explanation of your experience (300-1500 words)
- Your bio (120 words or less) with links to your website, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter pages, in brackets: [http://facebook.com/recovrywarriors].
- A headshot or photo of you to use for your bio.
For Your Journey
- 2016 Warrior Workbook Calendar Combo (Use discount code WARRIOR to receive 10% off your order!)
- Find professional help on ConnectED
- Rise Up + Recover app on Google Play and iTunes
- Music Credit: “Something to Live For” by Mallory Faye