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Unhealthy Recipes For You and Your Significant Other: 175 Simple Recipes to Enjoy Paperback – April 13, 2016
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This book has so many great recipes in it. They are all made with fresh and whole foods. It also helps you come up with a meal plan for the week. It will give you a ton of tricks in order to save time and how to cook the right way. It teaches you how to prepare a head of cooking in order to save time.
The major thing is planning ahead. Not only will it help you get healthy meals for two but it will also save you money. You won't be wasting food. Planning ahead will also help you stay home instead of eating out.
I am horrible at planning my grocery list. With this book I have saved so much money already. I have been making very healthy meals and not spending as much. I am also not spending as much time in the kitchen. I am using certain ingredients in many different dishes. I love it.
This book has changed my whole kitchen. I am now cooking healthy and spending less doing it. I am happy knowing that my daughter and I are eating healthy almost all week long.
If you cook for two you need this book. It will save you time and money! It's as easy as that.
This healthy cookbook for two provides 175 simple and nutritious recipes to prepare a meal for two at home. However, this book does show you how to double the recipes if you need to. For example, should you have company come over or you want leftovers. However, it says not to double baking, just make double batches otherwise it will not turn out right.
This book goes into the ten different cooking techniques and gives detailed description so even a beginner can utilize this book.
One thing I learned was preparing make ahead meals. These are meals are planned out and less stressful. It also gives a list of certain items and tells how long they can be kept in the fridge before they expire.
This book states that the Department of Agriculture and US Food and Drug Administration compile a list of pesticides found in commercial crops and lists which ones to buy organically and which ones are safe to eat commercially. Also referred as the Dirty Dozen, ones to avoid; and the Clean 15, those safe to eat.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for healthier recipes whether it be for dieting or simply planning out smaller meals for stress free living. I got this book to review however, all thoughts, ideas and words are indeed my own.
The recipes within this book show you important nutritional facts such as calories, fat, carbohydrates, sugar, and more.
There are suggestions within the book that suggest what to pair your main dish with such as a dessert. All you need to do is click on the suggestion and it takes you right to the healthy recipe for the suggested foods.
The recipes are very well writien and explained very well and they are easy to make meals for two, which would be easy to then intergrate into bigger meals if needed. So even though it is a cookbook for 2, there are simple ways to incorporate for a night with guests.
I did get this book for free.This does not affect my review on this book at all.
I loved all of the tips for menu planning and it’s full of great recipes with healthy, whole foods. I’m pretty bad about eating out because I didn’t plan dinner, but this book really helps you get ahead of dinner with a plan that is both delicious and healthy. The recipes are pretty easy to follow, so no need to be a gourmet chef. And the best part? There are tons of recipes that are easy to double if you’ve got company, or maybe a few more than two to feed!!
The recipes in this cookbook are very easy to prepare and if you would like, you can double up on the ingredients if you would like to make more. I love how the author gives you 10 tips to eating healthy for life. The author also give you a handy "Foods to have on hand" which are mostly items that can be refrigerated or staples that you can have on hand in your cabinets. I love how this cookbook breaks down the recipes according to the dish (ex., Salads, soups and stews, fish and seafood, chicken, turkey, and duck, or beef, pork, and lamb). It even has a section for vegetarians! I am looking forward to making the "Gourmet Sloppy Joes and the Beef and Cabbage Stir-Fry! For my meatless days I want to try the vegetarian dishes "Garden Veggie Crustless Quiche" and "Sweet Potato Cakes!"
What I really enjoy about this cookbook is how the recipes are broken down into "Weekday and Weekend" recipes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lots of really great options. Can't wait to try everything out.Published 10 days ago by Whitney Hanson
Good recepies, lacking in visual. I usually buy cookbooks for inspiration and ideas so I don't mind paying more for more images.Published 22 days ago by Monique Schramme
Bought this so my fiancé would finally make me a meal.
It was good. He can only get better, hopefully.
Healthy Cookbook for Two is a great read. I love how in chapter 1 the author discusses how well executing a meal plan well, will eliminate the desire to eat out. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jennifer A
Wish every recipe came with a picture. Recipes are very easy to follow and aren't very time consuming. Read morePublished 2 months ago by S...