Love Real Food: More Than 100 Feel-Good Vegetarian Favorites to Delight the Senses and Nourish the Body: A Cookbook

January 21, 2020 - Comment

Learn to eat well with more than 100 approachable and delicious meatless recipes designed for everyone—vegetarians, vegans, and meat-eaters alike—with substitutions to make meals special diet–friendly (gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg-free) whenever possible.  The path to a healthy body and happy belly is paved with real food—fresh, wholesome, sustainable food—and it doesn’t need to be so difficult.

Learn to eat well with more than 100 approachable and delicious meatless recipes designed for everyone—vegetarians, vegans, and meat-eaters alike—with substitutions to make meals special diet–friendly (gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg-free) whenever possible. 

The path to a healthy body and happy belly is paved with real food—fresh, wholesome, sustainable food—and it doesn’t need to be so difficult. No one knows this more than Kathryne Taylor of America’s most popular vegetarian food blog, Cookie + Kate.

With brand-new, creative recipes, Taylor inspires you to step into the kitchen and cook wholesome plant-based meals, again and again. She’ll change your mind about kale and quinoa, and show you how to make the best granola you’ve ever tasted. You’ll find make-your-own instant oatmeal mix and fluffy, naturally sweetened, whole-grain blueberry muffins; hearty green salads and warming soups; pineapple pico de gallo; healthier homemade pizzas; and even a few favorites from the blog. Of course, Love Real Food wouldn’t be complete without plenty of stories starring Taylor’s veggie-obsessed, rescue dog sous-chef, Cookie! Taylor celebrates whole foods by encouraging you not just to “eat this,” but to eat like this. Take it from her readers: you’ll love how you feel.

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Anonymous says:

Loving REAL Food I happened upon this blog through some other sites I visit often and I saw she was releasing a cookbook. Looked good so I pre-ordered. I didn’t stay long on the site but just waited for the book to arrive. Well it did and I’ve recently vowed to not write a review until I’ve tried recipes out of the books I’m purchasing. To many times, folks write reviews never sharing the actual recipes and success/failures of actually cooking through a recipe. I’m trying to change that.First, I…

Anonymous says:

Just not for me Less than a quarter of the book is dinner recipes. I am looking for ways to add more veggies to my daily life, but I don’t consume a lot of snacks, desserts, breakfasts or party drinks, and I don’t want to be soaking cashews all the time, so this cookbook won’t get much use. Prep time is not listed, so you have to read through the whole recipe to figure out how long it will take. The positives: there are a few recipes I would like to try, and the book is beautiful (lots of colorful photographs).

Anonymous says:

I’m not a vegetarian, but I love this cookbook. 🙂 I am not a vegetarian — but I absolutely love Kathryne’s recipes. Prior to being a blog fan of Cookie and Kate, meat was central to most of my meals and veggies were an after thought. Now, I am happy to report, she was a cornerstone of how I changed my eating habits and vegetables have become a main focus of my meals. Her recipes are thorough and she always provides alternate substitutions to accommodate different diets — my son is allergic to tree nuts so this is especially helpful. And I…

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