Forks Over Knives Presents The Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue with Rip Esselstyn
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-Undertaking a top-to-bottom pantry clean-out
-Showing them how to navigate the grocery store aisles to not get burned by misleading nutritional labels.
-Cooking lessons to make family favorite dishes tantalizingly plant-strong with the life-saving tips in the "Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue." It's easy to own your health - join Rip and learn how to rescue your kitchen today!
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The instruction given to the families is minimal and the long term outcome is never addressed. Rip shows the families how to prepare only three daily meals. Four children stand by as Rip discards their "Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Cereal" but then this program never shows how they fared months later. How much of what he advocates did they really find success with and what remained a challenge? Did the children really go from Froot Loops to fresh fruit for breakfast so easily? Can they transition from the "meat lovers pizza" to a "broccoli and nutritional yeast pizza" without complaint? This kind of superficial "reality" seems hard to swallow. One of the more convincing elements in the "Forks Over Knives" documentary is how quickly the effects of this diet can be observed in the blood tests of the subjects. Even this kind of follow up is not seen in "The Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue". It simply feels like the producers wanted to spend days not months or years on this project.Read more ›
If you've already read Rip's book, this DVD will offer you a solid refresher in cooking and shopping for eating plant-strong. I found a few great recipes and demos really helpful as well.
If you're new to the diet, this is a fantastic quick start on what to clear out of your kitchen, what to buy in the grocery store, and how to cook for true health and wellness. I'm giving this as a gift to family members who are just getting started and I think it will really help them.
I found the video enjoyable and informative. I'm not sure that there was anything new for me, given how much reading I've done about vegan/plant-based eating, but it was great to see it in action. Two families who were ready to make changes and take charge of their health get a personal lesson in their own homes, and it was fun to watch. The only thing I'd hoped for was a follow up, to see if they were able to make the transition and stick with it, and how they benefited. Even so, it's a very good video and I do recommend it.
it is a great concept of walking 2 families thru cleaning out their pantry, shopping, reading & understanding labels and finally cooking great meals! Dr. Caldwell & Rip Esselstyn have reached Mac product status for me. Anything they sell.... I will buy! Thank you again for the gift of knowledge and health!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wanted a local source for cooking the Forks over Knives style. Good recipes and examples of combating health problems...Published 2 months ago by Sandy
Not a lot to say really. It fell short for me insomuch as the recipes are readily available in myriad places on the net. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bob Hoskins
This was good info for someone very new to the vegan lifestyle, but it offers really nothing for those already into the Forks Over Knives lifestyle. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sarah
I LOVE THIS BOOK!!!! I began my interest in plant-based foods after watching FSND 1/2, but I wanted to learn more about whole food/plant-based (WFPB) eating, so I watched Forks... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cyngnaz