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5 Easy Steps to Healthy Cooking: 500 Recipes for Lifelong Wellness is a fabulous new resource for healthy cooking recipes.
Camilla Saulsbury writes wonderful cookbooks. I have a copy of several of her cookbooks and use them often.
Camilla is a freelance food writer, recipe developer and cooking instructor. She loves to translate food and flavor trends into fresh, innovative, and delicious recipes for the home kitchen, and she does it well.
This new cookbook from Camilla is filled with tips on healthier eating and how to move from a heavy meat based diet to a lighter, more nutrient dense, diet that is filled with healthy ingredients.
Don’t think you are going to miss out on delicious food though. Not for a minute.
Camilla’s recipes are fantastic and run the gamut from healthy breakfast treats and smoothies to soups, appetizers, salads, main courses and, of course, desserts.
Here is just a small sample of the fantastic recipes you will find in this healthy cookbook:
- Spicy Three-Bean Salad
- Persian Brown Rice and Cashew Salad
- Kale, Apple and Walnut Slaw
- Super Antioxidant Smoothie
- Quinoa Spaghetti al Pomodoro
- Spiced Beef Korma with Chickpeas and Green Peas
- Greek Chicken with Cherry Tomatoes and Feta
- Japanese Sesame Chicken Skewers
- Honey Mustard Pork Tenderloin with Mustard Greens
- Thai Salmon Burgers
- Skillet Pizza Marinara
- Grilled Steak with Arugula and Parmesan
- Yogurt Cake with Fresh Berries
- Honey Apple Cake
- Cherry Clafouti
- Double Almond Chocolate Biscotti
Here is what others are saying about this healthy cooking resource:
Maria Munoz states:
…this book has it all. It has very modern, contemporary recipes, lots of ideas for fresh, easy dishes and I love that there is a big chapter for everyday kinds of breakfasts (i.e., not brunch recipes that no one ever makes, but easy ideas for weekdays) and an entire chapter on snacks (some amazing power bar, energy bar recipes, and much more)… Oh, I should also add that there is nutritional analysis for every recipe–love that!
From Megan Halvorson comes these comments:
This book is great. Really great. Lots of inspiring recipes that are easy for busy people (me!) to make and lots of user-friendly information throughout, making it far more than a cookbook. Each recipe has nutritional info, which I’ve come to expect. Love the breakfast and snacks chapters in particular but the stews and vegetarian entrees I’ve tried have been amazingly delicious. If you get a CSA box, or go to the farmers market, you will find tons and tons of simple and very tasty dishes.
I am an avid runner and I swear my runs have improved in the last few weeks from eating so well from these recipes. This is my new go-to source for healthy eats!
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