We were thrilled to speak with Teri Turner, the woman behind the incredibly popular and inspiring food blog No Crumbs Left. She requires very little introduction in the Whole30/healthy food world but in case you haven’t discovered her yet, you’ll definitely want to listen in. For anyone learning how to take ownership of what goes into their bodies and on the hunt for nourishing meals, Teri’s blog is an absolute must. She empowers you to get into the kitchen and prepare your meals from scratch in a non-overwhelming way. She’ll guide you through creating a well-stocked fridge filled with wholesome and tasty options for every mood.
In addition to her full-time blogging, Teri is a food columnist, regular contributor to Whole30, and an editor at TheFeedFeed. She is passionate about bringing friends and family to the table and believes in the healing power of a shared nutritious meal made with love. You can’t visit her website without learning something new and exciting like how to prepare the perfect show-stopping roast chicken aptly named Heroine Chicken, preserved lemons, the very best turkey stock, and her signature marinated onions. In this interview, Teri tells some of her history, how she got started as a food blogger, where she finds inspiration, and what her day-to-day looks like and as always answers our fun Ask Everyone questions. Whether you’ve been following her for a while or new to Teri and the world of transformative diets (paleo, whole30) you’ll definitely want to listen in and hear her story.
Teri’s Marinated Onion Bowls: Shop
Teri’s Favorite Kitchen Gadget: Electric Slicer
Teri’s Tip: ‘Be yourself, everyone else is already taken‘ by Oscar Wilde
What Teri’s Watching: This Is Us & Housewives
Teri’s Favorite Apps: Timer & Starbucks
Teri’s Celebrity Crush: Oprah
What Teri’s Reading: The Dinner Guest by Gabriela Ybarra
Teri’s Favorite Life Advice: ‘When you’re green you’re growing’ -Ray Kroc
Teri’s Podcast: No Crumbs Left Table Talks
The talented Blake Atwell of Studio 1916
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