Save Time & Money This Fall!

Clean Eating - - EDITOR'S LETTER -

Two com­modi­ties most of us never seem to have nearly enough of are time and money.

Ev­ery year at this time, we ded­i­cate our Septem­ber is­sue to help­ing you get a lit­tle of each of th­ese back with care­fully planned, bud­get-sav­ing meals and tac­tics for shav­ing time off meal prep (and PS: it’s our best-sell­ing is­sue ev­ery year). Start on page 42 where we gave our recipe de­vel­oper the ul­ti­mate task of cre­at­ing a week’s worth of sup­pers for just $60 – that’s at most $5 a plate, and they are ir­re­sistible.

And in the spirit of gain­ing back some pre­cious “you” time, we got re­ally crafty in the test kitchen with the ever-pop­u­lar In­stant Pot and cre­ated some ge­nius make-ahead meals that go from your freezer to your mul­ti­cooker for those busy days where all you can man­age is a quick toss in the pot – so you’re free to take care of other press­ing things while the ap­pli­ance han­dles din­ner.

And on page 62, you’ll find a story that’s com­pletely new to Clean Eat­ing: Dorm room din­ing. With so many col­lege stu­dents look­ing to eat health­ier on cam­pus in or­der to fuel a sharper mind and skip the dreaded Fresh­man 15, we went to work cre­at­ing meals that are quick, easy and af­ford­able and can all be whipped up in a tiny dorm room with just a few sim­ple tools. We’ve al­ready started mak­ing sev­eral of th­ese dishes right in the Clean Eat­ing of­fice be­cause they’re so tasty, sim­ple and con­ve­nient.

I hope this is­sue makes every­thing feel a lit­tle more man­age­able for you this fall. Life is crazy, eat­ing healthy shouldn’t be. Ali­cia Tyler Ed­i­to­rial Di­rec­tor

Fol­low: @lishtyler

Write me: CEed­i­to­rial@aim­me­

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