It's warming up around here and we're outside soaking up every available minute in the sun, taking in the fresh air, and watching all the tiny and not so tiny creatures come to life sharing our gardens and trees as they please. This also means enjoying our meals al fresco.
Not only do we love utilizing our outdoor space, watching the plants spill over their ceramic pots and turning on the twinkle lights for our enjoyment ––dinner party or not–– but we now have proof it's healthier.
The physical movement we get alone in cooking and dining outside is obviously beneficial, along with the (protected) sun exposure and fresh air. But what we're learning is that the obvious perks combined with a BBQ equal unprecedented health benefits.
Another blog we wrote about A Tastier, Barbecued Life gives you 4 points on how it is healthier to BBQ your food, and here we'll break down a few steps to create your own outdoor dining space.
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Photo by A_Peach on Flickr of Naoussa, island of Paros, Greece