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Clean Eating for Busy Families: Get Meals on the Table in Minutes with Simple and Satisfying Whole-Foods Recipes You and Your Kids Will Love-Most Recipes Take Just 30 Minutes or Less! Paperback – November 1, 2012
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"This refreshing cookbook truly reflects our time by delivering what we all crave: decidedly delectable meals that boast fresh, natural ingredients, robust flavors, exciting textures, and vibrant colors."
-Robin Miller, nutritionist and host of Food Network's Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller
"Clean Eating for Busy Families is a valuable resource for busy parents who yearn to serve their families great tasting, nutritious meals in the time they have available."
-Cheryl Forberg, R.D., James Beard award-winning chef and the original nutritionist for NBC'S The Biggest Loser
"Getting the whole family on the same healthy eating plan is difficult, but Clean Eating for Busy Families puts an end to that. This is a perfect book for families who want to eat better without stress, worry, and confusion."
-Sara Snow, natural living expert, television host, and author of Sara Snow's Fresh Living
"Clean Eating for Busy Families accomplishes what other cookbooks have only attempted to do--simplify delicious meals so that today's busy parents can give their families what they've been craving: delicious food that is (shhhh!) healthy too."
-Brooke Stelzer, promotions producer for The Dr. Oz Show
"Michelle Dudash comes 'clean' with the best ways to feed families hungry for healthy, kid-friendly foods. Now if we could just get them to clean the dishes!"
-Carolyn O'Neil, M.S., R.D., co-author of The Dish on Eating Healthy and Being Fabulous!
and "Lady of the Refrigerator" on Food Network's Good Eats
About the Author
Michelle Dudash, R.D.N., is an award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist, Cordon Bleu-certified chef, healthy recipe columnist for The Arizona Republic and television personality. Her recipes have appeared in Martha Stewart's Whole Living and in Better Homes and Gardens, and have also been served at A-list celebrity events. She is frequently quoted in publications such as USAToday.com, Prevention, MSN.com, Family Circle, Woman's Day, and Women's World and has appeared nationally on FOX and Friends, Better, and Cavuto. Michelle has cooked at a Mobil Five Star restaurant and was a private chef serving guests including English royalty. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.S. degree in dietetics, and a few years later she earned her toque from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Scottsdale, Arizona. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with her 4-year-old daughter and husband.
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My observations -
* Almost all of the recipes have 10 or more ingredients - if I'm chopping up something or frying this and mixing together that - it takes me far more than 30 minutes to pull all of that together. I don't cook at top speed like I'm a Top Chef contestant.
* There is a lot of reliance on whole grain tortilla chips and pita chips in the appetizer section. I personally don't think these qualify as "clean eating" - why not give us a good substitute for these processed foods? Just because it's "whole grain" doesn't mean its good for our bodies.
* She uses corn tortillas and whole wheat pasta in quite a few recipes - same complaint as above - why are there so many recipes relying on these processed foods?
* While it says "most recipes take just 30 minutes or less" I'm not quite sure where that claim is coming from - from my review of the book, a few recipes take 30 minutes or less (and I'm suspicious of even those) and the rest take an hour or more.
I was excited to get this book, but it was such a let down. I can save you some money and frustration by telling you to just buy regular cookbook and substitute whole wheat and low-fat ingredients for the regular ones.