Welcome to my Blog!
My name is Missy Gooch, and I am a Southern girl that lives in the Mountains of Kentucky.
My love of food coupled with my eagerness to share with others has led me to the Blogging World. Hello out there!
The kitchen is my happy place, it is where all my senses are alive. From the smells to the sounds, the textures, the appearance and of course, the taste.
As a little girl, I loved to help cook in the kitchen. As I grew, I became more aware of the nuances different people make in the kitchen. When grandmother cooked her eggs, they tasted different than when I scrambled eggs. Both were yummy, made with the same ingredients, so how were they different? It took many years and lots of visits to grandmothers’ house to figure it out. Grandmother whisked her eggs to a homogenous mixture, and she made sure to remove them from the pan once they lost their sheen in the cooking process. That is not written down in the recipe books!! I never asked Grandmother who she learned ‘the secret’ from, maybe her mom, or on her own, either way, I have been sure to share with anyone that cares!
Moving forward to my adult life, in 2013, I was introduced to Thrive Life Food. A company that sells Freeze Dried Food. You might be wondering, ‘What is Freeze Dried food?’ To sum it up for you, it is REAL food, but with the moisture removed so it can be stored on your shelf for up to 25 years. How awesome it that?
I have been cooking and enjoying the new found freedom Thrive has given to my family, and I want to SHARE with all of you about Freeze Dried Food. This is food that can be stored for many years, but the WOW factor is what it can do for you in everyday life. Thus, the birth of my Blog!
Just as my grandmother shared with me her tips for scrambled eggs, I want to share with you this new world of freeze dried food, and all of my experiences. Join me as I find my way in the blogging world, and the journey you too can have with Freeze Dried Food.
While I am an Independent Consultant for Thrive Life, all the recipes can be made with other foods. I get my inspirations from life, recipes, and cravings.