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Sally Fallon Morell: Kelly the Kitchen Kop has patrolled the food aisles and the internet and came up with a food guide for staying out of trouble!
Sarah Pope: Kelly's Real Food for Rookies is a simple, practical tool for navigating that modern day minefield otherwise known as the supermarket.
Jenny McGruther: Kelly's Real Food for Rookies is one of the first resources I recommend...
Stanley A. Fishman: Superbly written and researched, this is the BEST guide to buying real food I have ever seen.
Hallee Bridgeman: For years Kelly has been my "go-to" source whenever I have questions about food...
Kristen Michaelis: If you're making the transition to eating real food, you need this book.
Jimmy Moore: It's a nutritional wasteland out there, but the good news is Kelly is throwing you a lifeline.
Pete Kennedy: Kelly is a great friend to the local food movement and to consumers' right to access the foods and health care of their choice.
About the Author
Kelly has passionately researched how to eat and live better since the day she was FLOORED over 10 years ago with the truth about the food available to us today. She lives near Grand Rapids, Michigan and is a wife, a homeschooling Mom, and a blogger at KellytheKitchenKop.com.
This book is an absolutely excellent resource! As a doctor, I'm so excited to share this book with my patients to help them on their real food journey. I just ordered 10 more to share with patients and expect to be ordering a LOT more in future.
Where was this book 7 years ago? When I first began to learn about Weston Price, real food and fats, and the dangers of packaged, processed food, I was initially in a panic. I understood why I shouldn't be eating all the stuff I had in my pantry, but I didn't know what I should do next in order to implement real food into my family's diet. I didn't know what to buy, what to look for, or how to move forward.
Many of the books I initially read told me about the benefits of real food, but never showed me how to leave the processed stuff behind, and that is what's so awesome about Real Food for Rookies: Kelly not only teaches you about real food and its benefits, she then shows you how to implement these foods into your shopping, kitchen, and life.
From finding the time to cook from scratch, to fielding family complaints as you wean them off boxes of food with cutesy pictures on it, to recipes and resources. She's covered it all. I can already think of so many people I will be giving this book to.
This is an excellent guide on how to eat the right way! I love the way Kelly Moeggenborg has laid out this book. It's in an easy to read, easy to follow format. You could read it straight through or just use it as a reference guide. Most of us struggle with the right way to cook and eat. This guide gives us little tidbits to help us along our journey. She even has a few little funny cartoons placed in the book along the way. There are also some recipes in the back of the book.
One thing that really stands out to me is how much better butter is for you than margarine. I knew butter was better, but after reading this book, I am hooked. I didn't realize butter had so many good health factors. Thanks, Kelly, for this info! This will be a book that I will save and use as a reference.
I received this book from bookfun for my honest opinion.
Real Food for Rookies is a user-friendly guide, perfect for folks transitioning from a SAD (Standard American) diet to a healthy diet of real foods--especially great for the overwhelmed who may not be sure where to start. Kelly is non-pretentious, her approach is relatable, and her book is like having a friendly neighbor or buddy walk you through the basics without making you feel stupid or intimidated. I really appreciate the many charts and quick, at-a-glance visuals and easy organization that makes finding the information you need fast and easy. She addresses common obstacles to staying the course and offers practical encouragement and solutions. There's even a section of recipe makeovers at the end for healthy versions of favorites like chicken nuggets, french fries, pizza, and ice cream. Kelly is down to earth and her book is for real people who want a doable plan of action for a healthier life.