Here's why I love it:
- The first 50 pages describe the 38 power foods - health benefits, how to buy, how to store, preparation tips and other tidbits.
- Every recipe includes a beautiful picture. I don't know about you but pictures are a must for me. Trust me, you will want to cook everything you see.
- The recipes are easy and don't include 15 + ingredients. They are recipes you would actually want to cook... and eat.
- There's something for everyone. From miso salmon with cilantro sauce and hearty spinach and chickpea soup to cherry-berry tea smoothies and vanilla-bean baked apples, the selections are to
I think eating well should taste fantastic and make you feel fabulous. Whether you're trying to incorporate more whole foods into your diet or just need some new inspiration, this book is sure to deliver (By the way, I'm not being paid for this glorious plug, I just love sharing good stuff).
So... I was thinking, since I'm going to be cooking up some of this goodness anyway, why not share it with you all. In an effort to keep me on track let's pick a day of the week to do our little Power Food recipe of the week. Perfect! I pick Thursday. I've come to dread Thursdays because that's the day I have to give myself an Enbrel shot. I need something happy to counter my dread. Yes, a yummy new recipe/blog post is just the ticket. Fun!
Happy Power Cooking!