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14 replies
  1. Lynne Belknap says:

    We love the Hy-Vee Parent Hacks Post you did last March. Where you contracted by someone at Hy-Vee to create this? Have they contacted you to do this again? If not we would like to start the conversation. Thank you!

  2. Julie says:

    Hi! When you say use a 10 minute quick release on an Instant Pot (brown rice instructions), do you mean just let it sit in there for 10 minutes with lid locked after it’s cooked?

    • Rachel Tiemeyer says:

      After the cook time is up, let it sit for 10 minutes to do a natural release of the pressure (basically don’t touch it). Then, open the pressure valve to do a quick release of any remaining pressure. I hope that helps!

  3. Ann Harrison says:

    We are just down to the two of us, have both a hopefully good slow cooker, and 3 sizes of Instant Pots. I’m entirely new to slow cooking. Can your recipes be halved, and made successfully in a 6-7 qt slow cooker? Our freezer is too jammed with basic ingredients to be freezing cooked dishes. We need things that keep well in the refrigerator for 2-5 days. I like your approach and research, and would like to buy your cookbook, but not if I can’t make the recipes smaller.

  4. Gincy says:

    I just wanted you to know how much I use your first book! My son just started his last semester of law school. With the exception of the semester he was in Washington, DC I’ve stocked his freezer each semester. I just returned from AZ on Monday and now my son’s freezer contains: Easy Beefy Quesadillas, your amazing chicken fried rice, and Parmesan and herb chicken tenders. Thank you!!!

  5. Courtney Johnston says:

    Our daughter left a bag of your sweet ground cocoa at our house after Christmas. We decided to make Hot Cocoa today. However, your recipe for 3 ingredients says use unsweetened cocoa. If the cocoa is sweetened, how much sugar ( or none) do we use?

    • Polly says:

      Thanks Matt. We are going to be looking for people to guest post in April so I may contact your friend. Thanks!

  6. Jake says:

    Do you guys know anything about CSA’s and supporting local farmers? I’m curious as to if it’s worth it, how much it costs and if there’s a lot of produce waste at the end of the week.

    • Rachel says:

      Jake, I have been meaning to talk to you about this forever. Sorry! I haven’t done a CSA before b/c my mom is a big gardener and gives me lots of produce. SEveral of my friends have gone halvies or even split a spot into thirds. This might be the way to go the first time you do it. I think it can be somewhat economical if you use it all.