Question of the Week: Fall Food

By Laura Moncur @ 5:00 am — Filed under:

Each season has its traditional foods. We have just jumped back into Autumn and the days are getting shorter.

When you think of Fall, which foods immediately come to mind? Do you allow yourself to eat them?

Which foods do you usually eat during Autumn?

Are they healthy?

Have you found healthy ways to cook your traditional Fall foods?

Are there new, healthy Autumn foods that you now look forward to every year? What are they?

There are so many healthy foods that are finally coming to fruition right now like pumpkins, acorn squash and spaghetti squash. Now is the time to try something new and re-invent something old!

The Question of the Week is meant to be an Inner Workout for you. Find some time during the week and allow yourself to write the answers to the questions posted. You can write them on paper, on a word processor or here in the comments section. Whatever works for you as long as you do it.

Keep writing until you find out something about yourself that you didn’t know before. I’ve also heard that it works to keep writing until you cry, but that doesn’t really work for me. Whatever works for you. Just keep writing until it feels right.


2 Responses to “Question of the Week: Fall Food”

  1. iportion Says:

    Some of the fall foods I eat are healthy some are treats. I count them.

    Apples “I eat fruit all year long but it tastes better in fall” Pears Candy corn Gumballs Carmel apples “I had a small one with sprinkles instead of nuts” Squash Soup

  2. natalie Says:

    baked squash black bean chili apples pumpkin pie (don’t usually eat) turkey potatoes

    I will eat all these foods minus the pumpkin pie. I love fall veggies!

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