Are you pleased with your progress toward healthful nutrition and fitness habits, but frustrated with that of your children?
Do you suspect that the lunches you send to school are traded or thrown away? Do you shudder at the sight of your pantry shelves displaying high-fat snacks and sugary cereals that you vowed you would never buy? Can you really win the battle against advertising, peer pressure and kids’ love affairs with sugar and fat?
One of the most frequent questions I get asked is, “What should I look for when buying a knife?” That’s a loaded question; let me offer a few tips. First of all, most good knives are made of high-carbon stainless steel.