Bit of the Good Stuff: Over 100 Easy and Delicious Plant-Powered Recipes for All the Family to Enjoy Paperback – 1 Nov 2016
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Whether you’re vegan or simply looking to incorporate a few more plant-powered meals into your week, then this is the book for you!
Sharon Collins, creator of the popular international food blog ‘Bit of the Good Stuff’ is on a mission to transform the image of healthy eating by showing just how vibrant, flavourful and easy it can be. Sharon’s recipes are a must-have for anyone who wishes to eat well and feel amazing from the inside out.
The Bit of the Good Stuff Cookbook has over 100 delicious plantpowered recipes for all the family to enjoy. The book focuses on everyday meals using ingredients that are easy to source. These are the recipes that Sharon’s family eats 'day in day out'. They are her family’s favourites, all approved and loved by her son (known to her blog readers as Lil’ L).
Each recipe has been road-tested hundreds of times by the author, as well as a team of international recipe testers to ensure user-friendliness, easy step-by-step instructions and perfect results.
The book has been beautifully designed, and features full colour photographs and watercolour images throughout. It is divided into five recipe chapters (Breakfasts & Elevenses, Soups, Lunches & Light Dinners, Mains, and Desserts, Treats & Snacks) with ingredients stated in both grams and cups. The book also includes lots of practical guidance on eating the plant-powered way.
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Watercress Soup, Giant Peanut Butter Cups, Overnight Oats, Goji Yogi Surprise, Gourmet Goa Burgers and Caribbean Curry with fried plantain. And that's just for starters.
I love the way this book educates you about nutritional content. There's a section at the front about ingredients like buckwheat (which doesn't contain any wheat or gluten surprisingly), cacao powder and nibs, different types of coconut etc, and throughout the book.
Well designed, easy to follow, educational and a joy to cook with. Check out Sharon's blog to buy yourself a copy.
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