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How To Cook Healthy Recipes
How To Cook Healthy Recipes is a book designed for people who want to take advantage of the many health benefits of home-cooked meals, but who aren't comfortable enough in the kitchen to pull it off.
Many of us lead busy lives, and at the end of the day the temptation to save time by eating prepared foods can be overwhelming. Unfortunately, those prepared foods from restaurants as well as grocery stores are more than likely loaded down with undesirable food additives.
Remember that food additives?like artificial colors and flavorings, texture enhancers, and stabilizers?are put into foods not for "food" reasons, but for business reasons. They're designed to make food look more attractive, or last longer on the shelf. These are substances that your body isn't made to handle and doesn't know what to with, and the more you rely on food made by other people, the more likely it is that these undesirable substances are building up in your body on a daily basis.
The only way to break this cycle is to take the time to learn to cook meals in your own home. If you can get comfortable in the kitchen making delicious and healthy meals that don't take too long to prepare, you can get into the routine of eating more wholesome food on a regular basis, which means protecting your body from all of those industrial food additives that go along with prepared, pre-seasoned, and packaged foods.
How To Cook Healthy Recipes will teach you how to do just that. You'll get an introduction to the basics of the kitchen, including the following information:
--Tools you'll need to be able to work efficiently as well as safely--Techniques you'll use to make your meals--More than two dozen simple recipes (with tips on how to tweak them)--Tips on experimenting with new spices and flavors--How to make your own stock (and what kind to buy if you don't want to make it)--Which additives and ingredients to avoid when cooking--How to change any recipe to minimize your food additive intake
If you're committed to being as healthy as possible, you need to learn to cook your own meals. This book will teach you all the basics you need to prepare healthy, wholesome, natural meals in your own kitchen on a daily basis.
Even if you've never cooked in your life, there's no reason to be intimidated?just pick up a physical or digital copy and get started today.
Recipes From The Kitchen Of The Chocolate Martini
The Chocolate Martini was inspired by the fresh seafood available daily in the waters of Bocas Del Toro. The home made Fresh Pasta, Ravioli, Meats and Chicken, Sauces, Soups and Breads rounded out the needs of our guests. This was the last of 8 restaurants owned by the author and his wife before they retired. Trip Advisor rated them number 2 after being open only 6 months!
Everyday Vegan Paleo Recipes
Do you want to live a healthy lifestyle, yet eat all the delicious food that life has to offer? Are you a vegetarian who's looking for healthy recipes that are easy to make at home? Are you searching for quick to make Paleo vegan recipes that will make your day perfect? Well then, you've landed on the right eBook! Whether you're an amateur, a home based cook, or a person looking for new recipes to try out, you can cook delectable food by following the recipes provided in this book. Cooking has never been this easy. These recipes will enable you to make restaurant quality food that will leave you wanting more. Read on to start on a culinary adventure that's healthy, mouth watering and makes cooking fun.
How To Build A Chain Restaurant Business
In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to launch and run a successful business venture.
Fowl & Seafood Recipes
The impetus for this cookbook is mainly chicken. But while a turkey is not a chicken, who's keeping score that closely? As a result I have included numerous turkey dishes among the recipes. In addition there a number of seafood recipes that add a bit of diversity. Of course if you are privy to some of the more exotic bird life, they should do just as well. Where a recipe calls for ground turkey, ground chicken may be substituted, if available. And real bacon can be substituted for the turkey "bacon" where it is used. But that would be defeating the no-red-meat concept.
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