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100 Days of Real Food: Fast & Fabulous: The Easy and Delicious Way to Cut Out Processed Food Hardcover – October 25, 2016
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About the Author
Lisa Leake is the creator of the wildly popular 100 Days of Real Food blog, which in just a few years garnered more than one million Facebook fans and approximately four million monthly page views. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Matthews, North Carolina.
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My 8 and 6 year olds pored over this book helping me make menus, and the recipes are really quick and easy for me to make when I get home from teaching school and dragging my four (yes, four) kids to a gajillion after-school activities. This cookbook is a must-have for a busy mom who wants to cook less processed foods.
If you are trying to decide between this and Lisa Leake's original book, I'd take this in a heartbeat. Most of the info in the original book is available on her blog, and this has more recipes, and they are quicker and easier.
Given my nearly non-existent usage of her first cookbook, I was on the fence about ordering this cookbook, but I am so glad I did. I pre-ordered this, so I've had it since it came out. I'm finally sitting down to write a review. I have made quite a few things from this cookbook, so my review is based on actually using it and trying it out. I find many cookbooks look good until you try actually making recipes.
Just this week alone, I've made the sloppy joes, tangy pasta salad, parmesan crusted chicken, and brussel sprouts. Everything I've made has gotten good reviews from my husband who really could care less about real vs processed food.
I have young kids, so I desperately need good, quick, healthy recipes that they will at least try. This cookbook fits the bill. It's fast, it's real food, no crazy ingredients. I absolutely love that there's a section dedicated to recipes that will work for school lunch. My twins start kindergarten next year, so I plan to make full use of this section. It's also nice for make ahead lunches when I have activities planned up until lunchtime.
Especially if you're new to 100 days of real food and trying to decide between her two cookbooks -- GET THIS ONE!