Real Food for Rookies the Popular E-Course Returns


Kelly the Kitchen Kop and her Loaded Laptop

Stop your Health Problems in their Tracks!

by Kimberly Hartke

Freeze! Hands up! What have you been eating? Kelly the Kitchen Kop plans to arrest your bad eating habits with her e-course, Real Food for Rookies. This course will give you the basic kitchen and grocery shopping skills needed to turn from your life of processed food crime, and start living the straight life with real food.


Sally Fallon Morell, author of Nourishing Traditions cookbook and Kelly

When I first became interested in turning my life around, the tasks were daunting. I had to develop a whole new mindset, reform my sugar cravings, change my shopping habits. With the help of others who had gone “clean” before me, it took time, but eventually, I was a whole new me.

The keys to changing my diet were education, cooking classes and mentors. I highly recommend Kelly as such a mentor and teacher. She now works with families both on the internet and in one-on-one counseling sessions to help them turn from their old life toward a new one. She does it with grace and humor and empathy.

I was lucky to have local cooking classes to attend. You may not have that opportunity, but this e-course could be better, because you can take the modules at your leisure, in the comfort of you own home. In your bedroom slippers, even.

If you are tired of living a life on the run, with the hounds of bad health chasing you, surrender to Kelly the Kitchen Kop! She will help set you free to live a healthier happier life with Real Food as your source of energy, vitality and good health.

Sign up now for the e-course.

Please note: Only one per customer. It is a crime to steal E-classes. Sharing your class with another is a Great Big No-No (kind of like sharing software). And, remember, you are dealing with a Kop here!

Kimberly Hartke is a health and wellness blogger, and an affliliate of Kelly’s classes. She earns a commission for each person she inspires to take the class.

For more information, see my post last Spring about the Real Food for Rookies ecourse!

This post is part of the Real Food Wednesday blog carnival  See more real food goodies on Kelly the Kitchen Kop blog


  1. Although I am not signing up for the class (as it is pretty familiar), I wanted to comment to let you know I am glad you are promoting the class. There are so many people for who cooking is an obstacle, let alone HEALTHY cooking. Thanks for providing the curious a means to a good end.

  2. A cooking class is definitely what it took for me to start cooking more and making healthier foods, too. I always viewed cooking as a chore until I really learned how to do it. Now I find it fun.

    An at-home course is a great idea, too, because it gets rid of that nervous anxiety when you start a cooking class. I was so afraid at first that I would look silly next to all these people who could cook better than I could. If I could have started my lessons in my own kitchen, I absolutely would have started learning earlier.

    • Anonymous says:

      That is a really good point! Having anonymity while you learn to cook
      may be very important….especially if you burn a few dishes!

    • Anonymous says:

      That is a really good point! Having anonymity while you learn to cook
      may be very important….especially if you burn a few dishes!

  3. I’ve been reading about raw foods and the health benefits. This is the first class I’ve seen for it. I’m interested to see what other recipes or tips I can find on your blog. Thanks.


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