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Eat Happy: Gluten Free, Grain Free, Low Carb Recipes Made from Real Foods For A Joyful Life Hardcover – October 4, 2016
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About the Author
Anna Vocino is an actor, comedian, voice over talent, and podcaster. She has performed in numerous television shows, films, commercials, and video games…which is a pretty good day job to support her real passion of being a home cook and food blogger.
Diagnosed with celiac disease in 2002, Anna has made it her mission to create easy to make, delicious gluten free, sugar free, and grain free versions of her favorite comfort foods, gathered here in “Eat Happy.” She blogs additional recipes on her website and co-hosts The Angriest Trainer podcast with celebrity fitness trainer Vinnie Tortorich. Anna urges you to not only buy several copies of this cookbook, but also to tweet her pictures of the recipes you make so you can discuss them in front of millions of your closest friends on social media.
Anna lives in Los Angeles with her husband, daughter, and little dog.
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It’s been almost 11 months of eating this way and here are the results: I’m off all medication for mood, sleep and pain and lost 15 lbs. I thought it would be super boring and way too much work, but Anna’s recipes are so tasty that we have invited friends and family over for dinner more this year more than ever before. The food is too good not to share. Both my husband and 12-year-old daughter (notorious for being a picky eater) love Anna’s recipes, and we are saving money by eating dinners together at home. So, I was wrong. My food life is actually more fun and satisfying. Thank you so much Anna. Do yourself a favor and buy this book!
I've been cooking for a long time. I've also been a cookbook junkie forever and I'm always pinning new recipes to my pintrest board. When I first got this book, I thought the recipes looked pretty basic. I would look at them and thought I could figure out the way it would taste by reading the ingredients. Well, after cooking the first recipe, I was blown away. Then I cooked the 2nd and 3rd and 4th....all of them completely brilliant! Something magical happens when the chosen ingredients are put together, it creates a meal that is worthy of a 5 star restaurant. They taste completely gourmet!
I have wanted to hold off writing a review until I had a lot of the meals cooked. Obviously, it hasn't been out long enough to make them all, but I'm confident enough now to know the rest will all be fantastic.
If you are cutting grains and sugar, finding recipes to keep things interesting can be a challenge, you NEED this book...buy it!!!
Adding a few pictures of some meals I have made.
Update: I've made pretty much every recipe in the book. I love them all!
There are a few reviews that complain about not having nutritional information. When you eat NO sugar and NO grains, you don't need to count calories or carbs. When you cut the crap, the weight will come off without even trying.
Needless to say I am the one burdened with cooking special for him. He was initially just eating meat and salad (kinda boring if you ask me). For Christmas he got me a copy of Eat Happy from Anna Vocino. He made me a promise, if I cooked from this book and he complained about it I could tell him and his weird diet to take a flying leap. So I flipped thru the cookbook and found several recipes that I wanted to try, he volunteered to cook them for us. Hubby can grill, but not that talented in the kitchen.
Quesadilla Casserole. It looked easy to make, the flavor was good, but definitely not spicy enough for us. Which is probably good as we can always add more heat to it next time.
Sesame Crusted Seared Ahi. We loved this one. Hubby did a great job searing the sesame seeds to the tuna, he didn’t char them over. The optional wasabi was a great addition. Highly recommended.
Zucchini Pasta Bolognese. This one was a little bit more elaborate, thank goodness for power tools in the kitchen. I picked this one as I love pasta, and if hubby complained about it I could dump it on his head. All the prep work was straightforward, and the flavor was excellent. I never would have guessed Zucchini could have been a substitute for real pasta. It was a little salty for our taste (hubby get heavy handed in the kitchen), but he went back for seconds.
So I guess this NSNG thing is not fad, and it's not just eating steak and salad. Now need to try some desserts. First on the list is Chocolate Coconut Chia Pudding.
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