Defining Healthy

Is this dinner healthy?

Chicken Stroganoff with Egg Noodles and Green Beans

       Chicken Stroganoff with Egg Noodles and Green Beans

This dinner is clearly not gluten free or dairy free.  I also used full fat products (sour cream and cream of chicken soup), including real butter on the green beans.  Does any of that make it unhealthy? I also used regular chicken (as opposed to free-range) and nothing is organic.  Does any of that make it unhealthy as well? You tell me!

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One thought on “Defining Healthy

  1. jaclynmariet says:

    Eh, I tend to believe using “real” food (full-fat dairy, butter instead of margarine) is healthier than the modified versions. Eat real food, and if you’re worried, eat a little less! Personally, I think that looks like a delicious meal. And reasonably healthy, too.

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