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Best Green Eats Ever pdf Best Green Eats Ever , ebook Best Green Eats Ever , epub Best Green Eats Ever , doc Best Green Eats Ever , e-pub Best Green Eats Ever , Best Green Eats Ever 2f9ab36a9b2 Leafy Greens Are The Talk Of The Town, For They Are The Most Nutritionally Dense Foods Available They Are Versatile Ingredients That Pack An Enormously Healthy Punch As Katrine Van Wyk Demonstrated In Best Green Drinks Ever, Leafy Greens Make Terrific Smoothies And Juices, But She Definitely Does Not Recommend An All Liquid Diet To Satisfy Your Hunger And Your Tastebuds Eat This Grilled Caesar SaladShredded Chicken And Savoy CabbageShaved Collard GreensBrussels Sprouts ChipsWith Outrageously Delicious Recipes, There S Something For Everyone Also Included Are Modifications To Make Nearly Every Dish Acceptable For A Multitude Of Diets, From Raw To Cooked, Paleo To Vegan To Gluten Free

10 thoughts on “Best Green Eats Ever

  1. says:

    A random cookbook on the shelf I hoped it would spark my appetite FOR something.The

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    Informative, with a good assortment of recipes.

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    More reviews and no fluff on the blog

    Best Green Eats Ever is a beautifully presented full color cookbook of over 75 recipes using green vegetables in creative ways Most recipes have lavish full color photographs and each is easy to follow and modify It s clear this is a labor of love for the author and the promise of good tasting but healthy food does hold true.The book breaks down as follows Part One Green Basics why eat greens, which greens do what, local, seasonal, and organic, setting up your kitchen for success, forget about a one size fits all diet Part Two Green Recipes soups, salads, sides, snacks sauces, mains, treats.As would be expected, there are quite a few smoothie and salad recipes But there are also quite a few creative recipes, including frozen green juice popsickles, salt and vinegar kale chips, spring comfort pasta, dandelion pesto, sauteed fiddleheads, super simple pea shoot salad with radishes, and creamy spinach soup with egg boats.Naturally, spinach and kale show up in quite a few of the recipes But lettuces and other green plant leaves are also used liberally And although the name of the book is green, that doesn t mean you re going to have a sea of green only meals from the recipes Many are quite colorful and the greens are an accent, not the main flavor.The recipes are beautifully laid out, nearly each one having its own photograph I do rate one star less because the recipe directions are in short paragraph form and not numbered, making them a bit difficult to follow when cooking And because I d have preferred fewer posed shots of the author holding something and instead shots of the actual dishes But those are really minor quibbles for an excellent book.A nice feature of the book is that the recipes have modification information for specific diets eg.., vegetarian, paleo, GF Storage and serving size info are also given.This is a great book to explore recipes that are surprisingly simple to make but complex in their taste As well, most of the book is the recipe section and not a lot of extra talk Author Van Wyk is brief in the beginning with information on where to get the greens, when to get them, and which ones are the best for health benefits so the focus stays on the recipes.In all, nicely presented recipe book with interesting yet healthy meals Reviewed from an ARC provided by the publisher.

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    I loved everything about this book The information, the recipes, the pictures I need to buy this so I can make everything in it

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