Naked Nutrition: Whole Foods Revealed by Amy Choate, PDF eBook 1462117724

April 14, 2018

Naked Nutrition: Whole Foods Revealed

Naked Nutrition is a guide to why we should eat real food, why it matters, and how we can change our lives to live with health and energy. This book is about more than just recipes. It is an easy-to-follow guide for a lifestyle of healthy eating and living. The book provides a pantry staple list, step-by-step cooking instructions, valuable nutritional information, and photos of completed dishes. Readers will discover a delicious, nutritious transition to a lifestyle of health that can be easy. Food is central to our lives. We store it, serve it at every function, and share time-honored recipes. Naked Nutrition bridges these traditions with healthy eating that will enable readers to fulfill their missions in life.

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This book has many wonderful recipes! I bought this book because a good friend recommended it. It has been very helpful to me on my whole foods plant based journey. I can really relate with Amy because I also got very sick on a mission in Ecuador. I have been on a health journey ever since and feel like this book is inspired. I have not made very many of the recipes but haven’t gotten a lot of great ideas from the book. I don’t love following recipes specifically and this book has given me a lot of ideas for new things to eat, especially with salads. I have made the Good Fortune Flatbread and the Herbed Buckwheat Millet Flatbread several times. These gluten free flatbreads are about as healthy as you can get. I am allergic to coconut so I used almonds instead in the Good Fortune Flatbread recipe. It is delicious. I also omitted the oil and used applesauce instead. I have found when making these flatbreads that if you soak the grains before then you should use a lot less water. Also, bulk of the soaked grains is greater than the bulk of the dry grains so if you make a double batch (as I usually do) it will measure out to more than 1 cup of buckwheat. As a result I don’t follow the recipe exactly but it always turns out fabulous. I have also really loved the tea blends. I bought the ingredients (Mountain Rose Herbs) for the Christmas Tree Tea, the High Nutrition Tea and the Peppermint Salt Water Taffy Tea. I mixed up the herbs and put them in some nice jars. I scoop the dry herbs into a jar and pour hot water over. Then I put on a sprouting lid and let them steep. I pour the tea through the sprouting lid. They have all been some of the best tasting teas I have ever had. I have also learned from the book that you can soak and rinse lentils and then put them in the fridge and let them sprout. They stay good for a couple of weeks and are great on salads or quinoa bowls. –AmazonThis book is so great. Straight forward nutritional advice, based on personal and honest experiences. Great kitchen tips for those of us getting started on an healthier more sustainable way of living and eating. Just enough recipes to give you variety in your nutritional meal choices but not to overwhelm you. Simple ingredients, easy to follow instructions and really delicious final results. The proof of the pudding, is in the eating! My book is already covered in food stains, which is a sign of a great recipe book for me! –AmazonAmy and Annie are a wealth of information. The food is alway incredible and when I am eating the way this book suggest I feel AMAZING! I have more energy and my head is clearer. If you are looking for a way to healthier path without sacrificing taste this is THE place to start. I will treasure this book forever. I can’t say enough wonderful things about it. –Amazon

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This book has many wonderful recipes! I bought this book because a good friend recommended it. It has been very helpful to me on my whole foods plant based journey. I can really relate with Amy because I also got very sick on a mission in Ecuador. I have been on a health journey ever since and feel like this book is inspired. I have not made very many of the recipes but haven’t gotten a lot of great ideas from the book. I don’t love following recipes specifically and this book has given me a lot of ideas for new things to eat, especially with salads. I have made the Good Fortune Flatbread and the Herbed Buckwheat Millet Flatbread several times. These gluten free flatbreads are about as healthy as you can get. I am allergic to coconut so I used almonds instead in the Good Fortune Flatbread recipe. It is delicious. I also omitted the oil and used applesauce instead. I have found when making these flatbreads that if you soak the grains before then you should use a lot less water. Also, bulk of the soaked grains is greater than the bulk of the dry grains so if you make a double batch (as I usually do) it will measure out to more than 1 cup of buckwheat. As a result I don’t follow the recipe exactly but it always turns out fabulous. I have also really loved the tea blends. I bought the ingredients (Mountain Rose Herbs) for the Christmas Tree Tea, the High Nutrition Tea and the Peppermint Salt Water Taffy Tea. I mixed up the herbs and put them in some nice jars. I scoop the dry herbs into a jar and pour hot water over. Then I put on a sprouting lid and let them steep. I pour the tea through the sprouting lid. They have all been some of the best tasting teas I have ever had. I have also learned from the book that you can soak and rinse lentils and then put them in the fridge and let them sprout. They stay good for a couple of weeks and are great on salads or quinoa bowls. The only downside for me is that there are a lot of nuts and coconuts in the recipes especially the desserts. My little boy is allergic to most nuts and I am allergic to coconut so I don’t know if I will be able to make the desserts unless I figure out some good substitutions.
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This book is so great. Straight forward nutritional advice, based on personal and honest experiences. Great kitchen tips for those of us getting started on an healthier more sustainable way of living and eating. Just enough recipes to give you variety in your nutritional meal choices but not to overwhelm you. Simple ingredients, easy to follow instructions and really delicious final results. The proof of the pudding, is in the eating! My book is already covered in food stains, which is a sign of a great recipe book for me!
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Amy and Annie are a wealth of information. The food is alway incredible and when I am eating the way this book suggest I feel AMAZING! I have more energy and my head is clearer. If you are looking for a way to healthier path without sacrificing taste this is THE place to start. I will treasure this book forever. I can’t say enough wonderful things about it.
 

  • Title: Naked Nutrition: Whole Foods Revealed
  • Autor: Amy Choate
  • Publisher (Publication Date): Cedar Fort, Inc.; 1 edition (December 8, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: | 1462117724
  • ISBN-13: | 978-1462117727
  • Download File Format: EPUB, PDF

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