Rachel Mansfield is back on the podcast today! In this episode she shares how life is now as a mom of a 10 month old, running a business while being a mom, and how she has been feeding Ezra. We also discuss her upcoming cookbook, Just the Good Stuff, which is available for preorder now. Rachel shares the inspiration behind the cookbook, how the recipes are organized in the cookbook and her mission to help get people in the kitchen, by making it as uncomplicated as possible with simple ingredients and easy to follow recipes. We also discuss how Rachel doesn’t follow a particular diet, but she likes to make her recipes accommodating for all, or “food for all” as she calls it.
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