Jessica Mack’s journey as an exceptional culinary expert

Dr. Jessica Mack is a famous name in the culinary world. But did you know that a person today who loves to be in the kitchen much of the day, she might have been a picky eater and didn’t have a good relationship with food? This is exactly what we are here to learn more about.

“I stopped eating meat at age five because I was a ‘picky eater’ and always looking for healthy, filling foods (besides peanut butter sandwiches),” Jessica said.

Throughout her college years, Jessica collected different food recipes through magazines and books. Her husband is an avid meat and potato lover, but he also appreciates the vegetarian meals prepared by his wife. Her love of creating recipes began at an unfortunate time when she was completely bedridden. Initially it was a hobby that she had developed without giving it much serious thought. However, when different people tried his unique meatless food recipes, they were amazed. She loved them so much that they devised plans to incorporate these dishes into their routine meal plans. In addition, Jessica wanted to show that keeping just one vegetarian day a week, such as “Meatless Mondays,” was not enough. She should normalize as vegan meals can also be delicious and healthy.

Jessica Mack had always been a fan of both cooking and baking. “I frequently incorporated culinary arts into therapy sessions,” she said. She has studied food preparation from many different perspectives, including clinician, consumer, food blogger or content creator, and finally as a culinary student. Thus, she gained a lot of knowledge throughout all of her phases and professions. However, she was always a vegetarian. When she married an omnivore, she understood the need to denormalize animal cruelty and meat eating without forcing advice on people. She wanted to make vegan recipes loved and incorporated by people into their diets naturally, without having to deal with the same intense discourse about veganism.

When asked about her advice to people and her future plans, Jessica said, “I wish I knew how to not overthink the process and start creating content. I would like to produce a cookbook, my own cooking show, and a line of cookware.”

In case you want to know more about Jessica Mack, her blog “More Than Meatless Mondays” and her latest content, please visit her social media profiles and website listed below:

Instagram: @drjessicamack, @morethanmeatlessmonday

Twitter: @morethanmeatle1


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