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The Food Matters Cookbook

This cookbook includes 500 recipes with meat as a secondary meal focus.

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The Food Matters Cookbook: 500 Revolutionary Recipes for Better Living is a new cookbook written by Mark Bittman. Bittman is a New York Times columnist and author of other books. In this cookbook he provides an eating approach that will improve both your health and the environment. The recipes in this cookbook include lots of vegetables, legumes, fruits and whole grains. Meat is contained within the cookbook, but more on a secondary level. There are charts within the book that show you how to substitute produce and seafood depending on what the season is.

The Food Matters Cookbook also includes some vegetarian recipes for those that want to eliminate meat altogether. Healthy snacking is highly encouraged and this book instructs you on how to make that happen. You don’t have to buy expensive organic vegetables and fruit in order eat in a healthy way. With this cookbook you will learn what staples to stock up on so that you can create a tasty recipe without having to shop for ingredients. With 500 recipes to choose from, you’re sure to find several that can become family favorites.

PRO
  • Cookbook includes 500 recipes
  • Reduces meat dishes without eliminating meat completely
  • Encourages eating natural foods
  • Eliminates processed foods
  • Teaches how to shop for in season foods
  • Tips on how to stock the pantry with essential ingredients
  • Teaches you how to shop for dairy and meat products
  • Easygoing tone
  • Includes vegetarian recipes
  • Overall more health conscious way of eating
CON
  • May not be favorable for avid meat and potato eaters
  • Choosing from so many recipes may be overwhelming for those that don’t do a lot of cooking
DIET and NUTRITION

The Food Matters Cookbook takes a healthy approach to eating. The book includes 500 recipes so there is definitely a lot of variety within it. The approach of the author is that you don’t have to sacrifice flavor or be restricted to chicken breast in order to improve your health and the environment. Some of the recipes included with this cookbook are:

  • Warm chickpea salad with arugula
  • Roast turnips and duck with pear jus
  • Giant quinoa tamale with tomatillo salsa
  • Almond-apricot granola bars
  • Lemon-almond Florentines
  • Grilled turkey hash with red wine glaze
  • Braised tofu with eggplant and shitakes
  • Plum chicken salad
  • Crisp noodle cake with stir-fried greens and shrimp
  • Lemony zucchini risotto
  • Lentil stir-fry with mushrooms and caramelized onions
  • White beans and shrimp burgers
  • Pasta with asparagus, bacon and egg
  • Seasoned popcorn with parmesan
  • Stuffed pizza with broccoli
  • Chocolate chunk oatmeal cookies
  • Brownie cake
EXERCISE

There is no exercise associated with this cookbook.

CONCLUSION

There are a lot of cookbooks available that focus on healthier eating, but few of them offer you 500 recipes in one book. The Food Matters Cookbook gives you ample recipes and also showcases eating that is better for your body and better for the environment. This cookbook helps you cut down your meat consumption while bumping up your fruit and vegetable content. If you’re looking to get more plant based foods into your diet, this cookbook can help you do just that.

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