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Fresh Energy Cookbook: Detox Recipes To Supercharge Your Life Hardcover – November 6, 2012
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“The fusion of health and culinary art is what makes The Fresh Energy Cookbook so incredible . . . innovative, practical, easy, and delicious.” —Chef Matthew Kenney
“You will love this book. It's all about food that is clean and simple. The recipes use only the freshest and best ingredients at the market. Healthy really can be delicious.” —François Payard, owner of FP Patisserie and François Payard Bakery
“As a businesswoman, philanthropist, and TV personality, I always need to look and feel my best in the spotlight. And as a mother, I want to be the best caregiver I can possibly be. Natalia Rose’s peerless guidance has made it all possible. Now, with The Fresh Energy Cookbook, it’s easier than ever to incorporate clean, nutritious meals into my busy lifestyle.” —Sonja Tremont-Morgan, star of Real Housewives of New York and founder of Sonja In The City and Sonja Home, Innovative Living
“Natalia Rose changed my life. She steered me through the many ups and downs of weight loss by teaching me that it’s really about health and well-being. The delicious recipes that she and Chef Doris have created make this journey effortless and, most importantly, fun!” —Cornelia Guest, author of Cornelia Guest’s Simple Pleasures
“Natalia Rose is a true pioneer in the movement toward helping people through diet and lifestyle.
The Fresh Energy Cookbook is a great tool for helping people help themselves.”
—Denise Mari, founder and executive director of Organic Avenue
“Doris Choi’s innovative recipes combined with Natalia Rose’s wealth of information capture both
the flavor and the creativity that often elude health-oriented cookbooks. In a world where
genetic engineering seems to be unavoidable on our plates, this book’s holistic approach to food
shows the way to a healthier and tastier future.” —Chef Pierre Thiam, owner of Pierre Thiam Catering and author of Yolele! Recipes from the Heart of Senegal
“Doris Choi has charmed the palates of world leaders with her inventive cuisine, which always excites, delights, and satisfies. Each course is an adventure, carried out with wit, insight, and joy. You will love
this book’s remarkable range of unforgettable recipes. To your good health and great enjoyment!” —Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University and Special Advisor to the Secretary General of the United Nations
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Contrary to popular opinion, true detoxing is not about sipping lemon water and starving oneself for weeks at a time; it’s about enjoying clean, living foods as nature intended us to, every day.
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Top Customer Reviews
This cookbook has something for everyone; plenty for me (a vegan) and my clients (of all walks of life). I am delighted to see these two talented ladies combine nutrition with such culinary skill. The Fresh Energy Cookbook will inspire even the most skeptical that Mother Nature is beautiful, and so can they enjoy a life of abundance, even beyond the plate.
While I haven't tried any of the recipes in this book yet, I did read it from cover to cover. (I'll provide an update to this review after I try a few of the recipes.)
I liked how the first half provided a lot of information about the importance of clean, wholesome and natural foods and how a clean diet can help with detoxifying your system. Organic, marketplace foods are what should be consumed. Foods that should be avoided are also discussed.
I think there are a few obstacles that might make these recipes difficult for some people to follow:
--The availability of the clean foods, depending on where you live (ie: raw, unpasteurized sheep/goat cheese -- the only cheese that is part of the clean diet)
--Cost of buying fresh, organic ingredients
--You need certain gadgets at home in order to make some of the recipes (ie: a juicer, since most of the recipes call for different fresh juices, such as celery juice; a dehydrator machine to make kale chips; a potato ricer; a spiralizer to make homemade vegetable "spaghetti" since pasta should be avoided; )
This book provides useful information for those interested in learning about clean eating, but may be best for people who are already practicing this type of lifestyle.