My business is like a crockpot, the longer you let things
simmer and cook, the better it is.
I tried a new one on my family last night. In honor of our late cousin, Bijan Bouzari, who lost his life to brain cancer, I made Persian food. I started with some amazing ingredients. Organic, free range, natural. It took a little mixing and prep. Then some time in the crock pot. Slow and steady. I stirred it. I checked to make sure the pot was not too hot or too cold. Made some adjustments.
It reminds me of my business and mission to help others adopt a healthier lifestyle with Arbonne. I just have to consistently put the great ingredients together, put them in the pot. Check the pot every once-in-awhile. Make sure it's not too hot or cold. Then most of the people in there will come out Health, Wealthy and Wise. So Delish!
|In the olive oil browning.|
I used Almond Flour instead of wheat flour and added a little salt. Served with Lundberg's Organic Short Grain Brown Rice and Quinoa and Organic Frozen Green Beans both from Costco. Costco even sells organic boneless skinless chicken thighs. I shortened the crockpot time and it turned out great.
|My husbands plate. He went for seconds!|