Candice Walker is the creator of Proportional Plate, a food and lifestyle blog that encourages readers to educate themselves about their food, learn what foods feel good for them, and to feel proud of the food choices they make. Proportional Plate doesn’t tell you what you should or shouldn’t eat: i
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Candice Walker is the creator of Proportional Plate, a food and lifestyle blog that encourages readers to educate themselves about their food, learn what foods feel good for them, and to feel proud of the food choices they make. Proportional Plate doesn’t tell you what you should or shouldn’t eat: it tells you to listen to your body and learn what food choices are right for you. Author of the blog, Candice Walker, creates recipes for a nutritious and sustainable diet that inspires excitement, rather than guilt. Candice prioritizes fresh, locally sourced ingredients, seasonal produce, and cooking methods that anyone, regardless of skill level, will find accessible. Candice started Proportional Plate because she wants people to stop feeling guilty about their food choices. She began writing about food as a way to help her busy friends plan their meals, experiment with new recipes, and share knowledge about eating sustainably. Over time, she learned how to create and enjoy nourishing, delicious, seasonal, balanced meals that make her body and her self feel good. Proportional plate recipes are influenced by international and fusion cuisine. This is partly because travel has always been a big part of Candice's life, including a year traveling the world with her husband. It's also due to her heritage. Candice's mother's side of the family are Persian, and her father is Israeli, but his parents grew up in Eastern Europe and Cuba. Candice grew up with incredible culinary role models, blending traditional Persian dishes with Jewish and Eastern European recipes and fostering a love of experimenting and creating new things!