The Naked Foods Cookbook: The Whole-Foods, Healthy-Fats, Gluten-Free Guide to Losing Weight and Feeling Great by Margaret FloydThe Naked Foods Cookbook: The Whole-Foods, Healthy-Fats, Gluten-Free Guide to Losing Weight and Feeling Great by Margaret Floyd

The Naked Foods Cookbook: The Whole-Foods, Healthy-Fats, Gluten-Free Guide to Losing Weight and…

byMargaret Floyd

Paperback | March 13, 2014

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There's nothing better than taking a bite of a delicious meal you've prepared, knowing that each ingredient is helping create a more gorgeous you! Eating "naked" foods-nutrient-dense, additive-free whole foods- helps you lose weight and vastly improves the way you look and feel. And with this book, it's easier than ever to make naturally tasty naked meals you can feel good about eating and serving to others.Written by Margaret Floyd, author of 'Eat Naked', and chef to the stars James Barry, 'The Naked Foods Cookbook' includes over 150 gluten-free recipes for simple dishes that bring out the natural flavors and nutrients of fresh, whole foods. The benefits of eating naked are lifelong, and you can start seeing results within the week. So what are you waiting for? It's time to enjoy the naked foods your body craves. Your body will love you for it, and you will love your body!Learn how to make delicious, naked comfort foods: ? Grainless granola ? Ketchup (with probiotics!) ? Raw chocolate fudge ? Nut-crusted pesto chicken ? Noodle-less lasagna ? Cheesy kale chips ? Gluten-free pizza dough ? Quinoa tabouleh ? Sweet potato shepherd's pie ? Maple-sage pork tenderloin
Margaret Floyd is a nutritional therapy practitioner, certified holistic health counselor, certified healing foods specialist, and certified member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She lives in Los Angeles, CA, where she has a thriving practice, serving clients around the world. Visit the author online atwww.eatna...
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Title:The Naked Foods Cookbook: The Whole-Foods, Healthy-Fats, Gluten-Free Guide to Losing Weight and…Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:280 pages, 9 × 7 × 0.66 inShipping dimensions:9 × 7 × 0.66 inPublished:March 13, 2014Publisher:New Harbinger PublicationsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1608823180

ISBN - 13:9781608823185

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great cookbook for improving your diet and health. Pros: all recipes are gluten free, quick glance reference for preparation times and meat inclusion, book includes recipes for normally store bought sauces/dressings / Cons: many recipes require advanced preparations (like homemade sauces, whey, etc.) in order to make them / The book has comprehensive sections on what makes food 'naked' and what tools/techniques you need to have a 'naked kitchen' (like sprouting and culturing foods). / The authors break the recipes up into three groups based on the time they take to make (in a rush, everyday and impress the neighbours), though even the faster recipes require some advanced planning with regards to ingredients that need preparation to make them naked. These ingredients are mentioned in the headlines, so they're easy to spot and if you're planning your meals ahead of time, they're easy to incorporate. However, if you're like me and tend to plan dinner on the fly, you'll encounter some problems using this book. The authors also mention if the recipes are vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian or omnivore in the headlines. / There's a broad mix of recipes from sauces and pre-made soup stocks to breakfasts, sides and entrees. With 168 recipes, there are a lot of great foods to try. Of the 12 recipes I tried (including making whey and the Kitchen Scrap Veggie Stock), there was only one recipe I wouldn't do again (the Vegan Hollandaise sauce, which was too lemony for my taste, though the Portabello Eggs Benedict, upon which I ate it, I will definitely make again). In a few cases I would substitute ingredients in the future (like using almonds rather than cashews in the Orange Creamsicle Smoothie and taking out the kale in the Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash). All of which are a matter of personal taste. Other recipes were perfect as presented and I highly recommend both the Roasted Herb Red Potatoes (which tasted fantastic both times I made them) and the super easy and surprisingly flavourful Sauteed Chicken with Lemon and Herbs. If you're trying to eat healthier and go for more natural foods in your diet, this is a great cookbook.
Date published: 2012-02-08