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Choosing Health

2 min read

Choosing Health

I don't know if it is my age or the actual state of affairs, but I hear about someone with cancer at least once a week. The guidance on what is good or bad for you changes from day to day. Your self-care actions come down to what you can accept as an individual. What risk levels can you live with? What can you live without? I decided to clean out my kitchen of the non-essentials.

The first thing to go?  The microwave.  Do I have proof it does something terrible? No. Do I feel better not using it? Yes. My body sends me signals, and I try my best to listen. Whatever the reason, when the microwave is on, it has always given me a weird sensation in my head. Am I crazy? Maybe, but I don't consider the microwave something worth taking a risk over. I use more pans and more time to reheat food, but I've gotten used to it.

Next, I looked at my pans. I tossed everything except for stainless steel and enameled cast iron. My favorite is the enameled cast iron because of the even heating and ease of cleanup.



Next, I removed all plastics.  No more silicon spatulas, plastic storage containers, or plastic water bottles.  I purchased stainless steel tools, wooden tools, and glass storage containers.





Taking the above actions helped me feel happier in my kitchen because I took steps that I believe make my meals healthier.

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