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IT'S ALL GOOD: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great Hardcover – April 2, 2013


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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 303 pages
  • Publisher: Grand Central Life & Style; 1st edition (April 2, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1455522716
  • ISBN-13: 978-1455522712
  • Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 8.4 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (597 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,128 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Gwyneth Paltrow is an Oscar winner and author of the New York Times bestselling cookbook, My Father's Daughter. She is a mother and an actress, splitting her time between London and New York. Her website, www.goop.com, covers food, crafts, fashion and fitness.

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All in all I recommend this book for anyone wanting a healthier, delicious way of eating!
heather debusk
I love all the many recipes I've tried from this book, and found all of them not only delicious but fun and easy to make.
Lora
A lot of the recipes use similar ingredients, so once you have a stocked pantry, you're all set!
Jennifer S Hassrick

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3,872 of 4,345 people found the following review helpful By krissskrosss on April 2, 2013
Format: Hardcover
I'm torn on how to write this review. On one hand, no one can argue the benefits of a clean diet, both physically and mentally, and the recipes in this book are overall healthful. On the other hand, it briefly made me wonder if we colinized Mars while I was asleep and made Gwyneth Paltrow the Planetary President... I'll explain.

I eat a clean diet and have to cook without gluten, tree nuts, and soy due to varying dietary issues in my family. So, I'm always looking for new recipes and I was excited for this book's release. But for disclosure, I admit to rolling my eyes when I saw the author was GP. Isn't this the same person who has sworn by macrobiotic diets, then raw diets, then juicing fasts, and those acupuncture and cupping procedures? And didn't she just write a different clean diet cookbook recently? But, I figured maybe she learned a few things and if the book provided some good recipes, then why not try it? So, I did. I will try to keep my eye rolls separate from the contents of the book, but it may get tricky. And with 35 of 80some photos in this COOKbook being of her and not food (that's nearly half, math wizard!), Ms. Paltrow doesn't make it easy.

First, the misinformation/contradictions:
Gwyneth decided that her kids, husband, and herself are intolerant to gluten, dairy, and chicken when her doctor put her on an elimination diet to clear out her system after she mistook a migraine for dying. (No, really.) I thought she was already eating this way, according to her past diets, but she calls her "overindulgence" a "lapse" in her healthy lifestyle sparking health problems that made her adopt this new diet. Call me skeptical, but it just comes across as someone just riding the newest diet wave.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Crystal Capson on November 5, 2013
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I'm delighted that this cookbook is so highly rated on Amazon, because it deserves it. When I have given this book an enthusiastic recommendation in the real world, I'm usually met with an incredulous look.

It's All Good is beautifully styled and photographed, and the recipes are well written (well, sort of dorkily-written, but I just opened my review with the word "delighted," so, you know...). Frankly, I don't see what there is to dislike about it. I suspect that the poor ratings come primarily from people who dislike Gwenyth Paltrow the Public Persona, which is ridiculous; there is a lot to be outraged about in the world, so directing your vitriol to some actress who writes cookbooks in her spare time borders on the absurd. (Can we digress for a tiny second? Let's just take a brief retrospective of Paltrow's life: she was born to and raised by Blythe Danner; then she grew up, dated Brad Pitt, and finally settled down with the singer for one of the highest-grossing bands in the English-speaking world. And now normal people bemoan the fact that she's unrelatable. With that biography, I'm surprised that the entirety of this book isn't just an advocation for eating caviar smeared on shaved black truffle as you bathe in a tub of La Mer. I wouldn't even call myself a Paltrow fan--my opinion of her is pretty much limited to, "Oh, isn't she pretty?"--but I think it's adorable that she basically wrote a cookbook showing us how she [or her personal chef] cooks her vegetables.)

More important than the presentation of the book itself are the recipes contained therein, and they are GOOD; all of them fall somewhere on the spectrum between "Hey, this is pretty tasty," and "OMG IN MY MOUTH WHAT IS THIS AMAZING THING?".
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616 of 751 people found the following review helpful By Bohemian Bon Vivant on April 12, 2013
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I am so not generally a fan of Gwyneth Paltrow (I often think of her as Her Royal Smugness after seeing an appearance she made on the David Letterman show, and believe the only movie she was any good in [and she was] was The Talented Mr. Ripley); but since I don't read Goop, or even the parts of this book that she wrote that open each chapter (none of which interests me in the least) I don't feel the absolute vitriol that so many of these reviewers do here.

The poor woman's taking an absolute beating for her new It's All Good, but I'm smart enough to know that Ms. Paltrow has had a lot of high-priced help and access to chefs and kitchen secrets and paid a fortune for that over the years, and by buying this book I was able to benefit from all that for a tiny fraction of the price she paid.

Gotta like that.

Some of these reviewers came here with a snarky, Mean Girls-like agenda and rated this book one star ON THE SAME DAY (OR WEEK) IT WAS RELEASED. One star? For this? Seriously? WHEN THEY DIDN'T EVEN HAVE TIME TO TRY A SINGLE RECIPE? How very mature of them. That's not a review, and they need to get over it and just focus on the actual content and what one can learn from it.

I knocked off a star for the Paltrow musings (don't care about her pontificating on any subject), but as far as the rest of the content, I was impressed. The pictures and recipes LOOK delicious. The few (vegan) recipes I tried WERE delicious, and I'm looking forward to cooking more through this.

The pantry section was good and introduced me to a few new things, the recipes look good, I learned about some products I didn't know about, and there's a great section at the back on condiment- and snack-type things you can make yourself.
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