How to Stride Ahead: Part 2




Here’s part 2 of the video I posted last week: “How to Stride Ahead: Part 1.” It’s a depiction of the nuts and bolts of roasting vegetables for the week, all at once, which is a much more efficient process than you’d think.

Enjoy! And pass it on…

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14 Responses to “How to Stride Ahead: Part 2”

  1. Kara says:

    Anyone who has attempted to Stride Ahead, Tamar-style, will find this incredibly useful (and lovely to watch).

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