Cooking from Scratch (low entry giveaway)

As you all know we are trying to live fast food free and it is doing wonders for our energy level as well as our waistlines and our bank accounts! For years I've had a cookbook sitting on my counter looking all pretty and decorative because, really, who needs cookbooks these days anyways? I mean all the convenient food options we have why do we need to cook from scratch? Before we started this journey I had cooked very few things from scratch and when I did I measured everything so carefully. My mom and my mother in law have both taught me a thing or two about cooking...I learned how to make tortillas from scratch from my MIL and my mom always has fresh bread baking and makes some of the best spaghetti sauce from scratch. I figured if they could cook from scratch so could I. Except it isn't as easy  as they make it look. You have to have a basic recipe to follow and thanks to them and my cookbook sitting there all pretty like I have been able to venture out on my own and make tons of yummy things...from scratch...on my own...and they taste delicious!!!!!

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