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Mindful Eating Hardcover – May 1, 2012
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Situated in the warm shade of the Santa Catalina Mountains in northern Tucson, Arizona, Miraval Resort & Spa is a top-rated, all-inclusive destination retreat—a resort, an award-winning spa, and an unforgettable getaway. Consistently rated among the world’s top spa and resorts by publications such as Travel+Leisure, SpaFinder, TripAdvisor, Spa Magazine, and Conde Nast Traveler, Miraval Resort & Spa has earned its trendsetting reputation as one of the world’s finest destinations for life betterment. To that end, Miraval offers more than 100 unique programs and activities that lead to life betterment. Guests plan their stay filled with an abundance of choices: innovative spa treatments, self-discovery activities led by insightful well-being specialists, dynamic growth and development activities, outdoor challenges, yoga, stress management, and nutritional counseling to ultimately help a person better understand and combat the stresses of life’s daily demands. Miraval can be a catalyst for a healthy lifestyle change, an escape and support through challenging times, or simply somewhere to rest, reflect, and reenergize before beginning the next chapter. For most guests, a stay at Miraval is nothing less than a life-changing and life reaffirming experience where lessons linger long beyond checkout.
Top Customer Reviews
While not every recipe in the book is an ideal weeknight meal (some take a bit more prep time and are more involved), with the vast array of options in Mindful Eating, there is no shortage of healthy mealtime options for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
There is a definite southwest/Tucson/Sonora influence in many of the recipes. I may be biased, but southern Arizona is home to some of the best flavors in the world! Unsurprisingly for a cookbook from a super high-end resort, a lot of the ingredients are spendy. Filet mignon, gruyere cheese and such. And some are pretty exotic. Buffalo filet, arborio rice, xanthem gum. And many recipes require serious prep time. So I'll be substituting and shortcutting a bit, but I've already produced some excellent meals.
The book is arranged according to Miravel's various restaurants, which is pretty hokey, but it serves to organize the recipes by entrees, appetizers, soups, etc. Despite the title, the mindful eating concept is only briefly discussed in the introduction. So have no fear if you're not into that. But if you are, you will find the recipes exceptionally mindful.
My favorite tip from Miraval is to use a regular style spray bottle for oils; it works much better than the Misto Sprayer I previously used. I made the Miraval Blend oil (Canola/Olive Oil mixture) and found a 12 oz aluminum spray bottle at the Container Store that is perfect for it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great flatbread and recipes for many occasions. I like the format. Encouraging!Published 1 month ago by grace sharon wood
Have only tried a couple of recipes but happy I bought the book.Published 2 months ago by Michaelyn Callahan
Excellent cookbook! Some definite winner recipes from am exquisite place!Published 9 months ago by Leelau
I am an avid home cook and have recently decided to focus on healthier cooking for my family. I found this book to be very sophomoric with a limited range of ingredients. Read morePublished on May 23, 2014 by Leslie Limmer
This book has lots of great ideas, and very tasty. I recommend the spices and flavorings as a good place to start for marinating your meals. Also the peanut butter.Published on February 6, 2014 by Will Allen
I have been to Miraval and so enjoyed the food. Love having the recipies that I loved the most. Great gift!!!Published on May 24, 2013 by Grinnin' granny
Every recipe seemed to require another recipe to build on...life simply can not be this complicated these days. I am not using this cookbook.Published on April 22, 2013 by Linda Arzoumanian