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American Made Waterless Cookware from KitchenCraft and LustreCraft

Improving Your Health One Meal at a Time

Today’s busy lifestyle leaves us little to no time to prepare nutritious meals for ourselves and our families. Our goal is to provide you with the education and support you need to prepare and cook whole foods that will nourish your body and excite your taste buds!  We use waterless cookware exclusively, which helps to preserve both the nutrients and flavors of whole, fresh foods. We are here to show you that waterless and greaseless cooking is FAST, SIMPLE, FUN, DELICIOUS, and an integral part of a healthier lifestyle!
This website adds new content often with new ideas for how to use your waterless cookware and how to live a healthier lifestyle. Be sure to check out our sections on:
If you feel you need personalized assistance meeting your lifestyle goals, and would like a Free Initial Consultation, please start by filling out a confidential health history form by clicking HERE.

Read Our Latest Recipes & Articles

  • Farm Fresh Breakfast Pizza +








    Here is something new for breakfast your family will enjoy making together. Start with Naan bread and design your own Breakfast Pizza!

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  • Are Soy Products Really Healthy For You? +

    If you, like many of us over the last 20 years, have heard that soy was good for your heart, your bones, that it lowers cholesterol and is a good source of protein because you gave up meat, you will be very surprised to learn the latest information on soy.

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  • Nori Wraps +

    Perfect for lunch on the go or sliced sushi style and served at your next get-together, nori wraps are high on omega-3s, protein, and minerals. Other quick filling ideas include tuna, shrimp, lobster, macadamia nuts, mango, pesto, fresh herbs, carrots, scallions, jicama, wasabi, and bell pepper. With nearly endless options, try all the different healthy fillings and discover your favorite nori wrap!

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  • Support Your Thyroid For Better Health +









    Most people have heard that their thyroid is important for controlling their metabolism and body weight. But did you know that depression, heart disease, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, PMS, menopausal symptoms, muscle and joint pains, irritable bowel syndrome, or autoimmune disease could actually indicate a problem with your thyroid?

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  • Mixed Greens and Goat Cheese Medallions +







    A wonderful mix of fresh seasonal greens, and other fresh vegetables, sprouts and topped with seared goat cheese medallions, coated in panko bread crumbs.

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  • Crunchy Chicken Salad with Grapes +








    I love chicken salad, but really hate when the chicken is dry and the chef overcompensates with a lot of dressing. But this recipe is easy, healthy, and delicious! The chicken is juicy, the dressing just lightly coats everything enough to give it a delicious flavor, and the grapes give it a sweet and fruity crunch – just perfect for a spring luncheon or picnic!

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  • How Toxic Cleaners Can Affect Your Health +









    Just in time for your annual “spring cleaning”, here is the latest information on the cleaners that line our store shelves and that we use on a daily basis. While we all like our cleaning products to actually “clean”, the research shows that there are dangerous chemicals found in most household cleaning products, and what you can use instead.

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  • Veggie Frittata +

    This is a great way to make the most of the veggies that you have while enjoying a warm and filling breakfast, brunch, lunch or even dinner! This recipe uses Brussels sprouts and spinach, but feel free to substitute with whatever is on hand, in season or local. Serve with fresh orange slices and enjoy!

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