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Sneak Peeks into Real Food For Busy People


Have you heard of the upcoming e-course called Real Food For Busy People? It’s an all new online course taught by — count ‘em — seventeen of your favorite bloggers, each one of them intent on giving you their favorite tips and tricks for saving time in the kitchen.

You’ll learn how these professional bloggers and cookbook authors get real food on the table in a fraction of the time. These women juggle appearing on the national news, producing their own online television shows, running full-time chiropractic or acupuncture practices, writing cookbooks and blog posts, managing farms, home schooling children, running farmer’s markets, you name it. They are busy mommas, and they’re here to help!

This week, I’ve got my hands on TWO sneak peeks into the kind and quality of lessons you’ll receive as a student.

Sneak Peek #1 — Heather from Mommypotamus

Did you know you can take a roast from frozen to full-cooked and fork-tender in an hour and a half? And that it’s perfectly safe? 100% healthy? And oh so yummy?

Sneak Peek #2 — Alison from Health Nut Nation

Did you know you can make delicious ice cream in under a minute? Or make grab-n-go meals in just two? It’s the power of a Vitamix, and Alison walks you through how she uses her favorite kitchen appliance to save time and money.

Please note. These are just SNEAK PEEKS. The full videos are much longer and in-depth, and each lesson features tips, tricks, and recipes you won’t find anywhere else.

What kinds of things will you learn?

While it’s true that having the right kitchen appliances can save you a LOT of time and money in the kitchen, there’s so much more time-saving advice out there!

You’ll learn how to:

  • Get dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes with 5 ingredients or less
  • Save time shopping by buying in bulk and automating purchases
  • Save time through faster meal prep and freezer-cooking
  • Make quick, nutrient-dense breakfasts
  • Pack lunches that don’t require heating or that stay hot
  • Save time by outsourcing (children, husband, & professionals can all help!)
  • Survive road trips and avoid fast food

And so much more!

To see a full list of each lesson and what you’ll learn, click here.

How to save money when enrolling.

This comprehensive e-course normally sells for $199. It’s that in-depth and packed full of valuable information.

But, from now until August 8th, it’s being offered at a 50% discount. That’s just $99!

But even better, VGN Premium members can sign up for the e-course and get 65% off! (If you aren’t a Premium Member, no worries. You can join for as little as $5.)

That brings the cost down to just $69.

And remember, that’s the price for VGN Premium members.

If you aren’t a VGN Premium member and want to enroll, sign up is a snap and can cost as little as $5. Or, you could buy a year-long Premium membership and it will pay for itself with this e-course purchase. Then, for the rest of the year, all those coupons, savings, and special discounts will be yours at no additional cost.

Ready to learn more?

Click here to enroll & see what my excitement is all about.

You’ll get an in-depth introduction to all your teachers, see a full-length description of what you’ll learn in each lesson, get the chance to review Frequently Asked Questions, and so much more.

Just click here.

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One Response to Sneak Peeks into Real Food For Busy People
  1. Condo inspector Westchester
    May 18, 2014 | 10:31 pm

    Greetings! Very useful advice in this particular post!

    It is the little changes that make the most significant changes.
    Thanks for sharing!

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