Cook Train Eat Race Test Kitchen: Brown Rice Muffins

Jason Bahamundi is the blogger behind Cook Train Eat Race and the recipe and grocery shopping column The Frugal Grocer. Over the next few weeks, Jason will be reporting on his experience making several recipes from The Feed Zone Cookbook, working with us to give away the sample recipe as a free download.

Here’s Jason’s report on The Feed Zone Cookbook’s Brown Rice Muffins recipe!

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Cook Train Eat Race Test Kitchen: Eggs and Greens Sandwich

Jason Bahamundi is the blogger behind Cook Train Eat Race and the recipe and grocery shopping column The Frugal Grocer. Over the next few weeks, Jason will be reporting on his experience making several recipes from The Feed Zone Cookbook, working with us to give away the sample recipe as a free download.

Here’s Jason’s report on The Feed Zone Cookbook’s Eggs and Greens Sandwich recipe!

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Cook Train Eat Race Test Kitchen: Recovery Grilled Cheese

Jason Bahamundi is the blogger behind Cook Train Eat Race and the recipe and grocery shopping column The Frugal Grocer. Over the next few weeks, Jason will be reporting on his experience making several recipes from The Feed Zone Cookbook, working with us to give away the sample recipe as a free download.

Here’s Jason’s report on The Feed Zone Cookbook’s Recovery Grilled Cheese recipe!

The Feed Zone Cookbook cover image 250pwBuy The Feed Zone Cookbook from your local bike, tri, or running shop or from these booksellers:

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Recovery Grilled Cheese

A Kindred Spirit: The Frugal Grocer at Cook, Train, Eat, Race

We’re very pleased to have found a kindred cook! Jason Bahamundi writes a blog about triathlon training and cooking. A regular column on his blog is The Frugal Grocer which includes recipes that are easy and affordable to make.

The Frugal Grocery philosophy is quite similar to Allen and Biju’s approach in The Feed Zone Cookbook: simple, delicious, ready to go. Most Feed Zone recipes include a handful of ingredients and require maybe 20 minutes to prepare.

So when we saw Jason’s post about the Brown Rice Waffles from The Feed Zone Cookbook, we reached out to see if he might want to offer a few recipes to his readers.

Jason’s Frugal Grocer column is cool, and we think you’ll enjoy checking it out. Then stay tuned for more of his tests, which we’ll post here as well.

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