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The Clean Plates Cookbook: Simple Recipes for Healthy, Sustainable, and Delicious Eating

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Jared Koch’s first book, Clean Plates Manhattan, demystified “clean eating” and mapped out healthy restaurant options all over New York. Continuing in the extremely timely topic of eating clean, organic, and well, his second book, The Clean Plates Cookbook, offers sensible, sustainable, and healthful home cooking for anyone interested in integrating good foods into their l
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Paperback, 304 pages
Published December 25th 2012 by Running Press
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Sandra Lassiter
Who doesn't want good tasting, healthy food? That is what this book is all about. Now, I will be honest here, I'm not a huge all-organic, gluten free, healthy only type of cook. I do, however, try to cook healthier versions of whatever I cook when I can. My passion is Sicilian cooking, which does fall into healthier eating with lots of fresh fruits, vegetables and seafood. I have always been against your average soy products, and it was nice to see a mainstream, healthy cooking book that isn't f ...more
Darren
One of the main claims about this book, as contained in its publicity blurb, caught the eye of this reviewer that sort of set the tone for the whole book. "Integrating good foods into your lives".

The author, in his introduction, describes this book's raison d'être perfectly: "I’ve discovered one key to improving my clients’ well-being and enabling them to eat healthier and feel better. It’s not a miracle diet, or a superfood or a scientific breakthrough. It’s simply this: practical advice. As a
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Nora
I really like this book! First thing he talks about is how we don't conform to some mythical person (ie.: Govt issued food pyramid)--we each need different foods to thrive because of genetic heritages & various other factors. One of his main points is that there is no one right way to eat, but use of common sense is perfect for all of us. We need to ditch the chemically enhanced sugar laden garbage foods for whole foods--especially vegetables. Definitely a keeper!
Indira
A good Cookbook - seeing some ingredients say "free range / organic / grass fed" etc etc on many ingredients in one recipe is a bit disconcerting and many of the ingredients listed (daikon, kale, nori, parsnips, etc) are not available to me. I did like the Entree part of the book the best though and the info at the beginning was very informative.
Kimberly
Great balanced approach to clean eating.
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