We have come to a point where many of us are eating more ultra-processed “food” than we are (real) food. That’s a big problem.
A roasted squash soup is ideal for those days when you need a quick homemade pick-me-up (and chicken noodle soup just won't do the trick).
What good is loving healthy meals and wanting to eat them if you can't access them? If you can't afford them? If you don't know how, or don't have the time or energy to cook them?
Had we grown up eating freshly pan-seared Brussels sprouts with a sad side of over-boiled steak, might we be more inclined to favour the sprouts over the beef?