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Run Fast. Eat Slow.: Nourishing Recipes for Athletes: A Cookbook Kindle Edition
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From the Publisher
|Rise & Run.||Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow.||Run Fast. Eat Slow. Meal Planner.|
|A cookbook and training manual dedicated to the most important part of the day for any athlete—the morning.||Cook the recipes that Shalane Flanagan ate while training for her 2017 TCS New York City Marathon historic win!||A 52-week meal planner and journal for athletes with new recipes to inspire you to cook more, create nutrition-packed meal plans, and keep track of your progress.|
— Joan Benoit Samuelson, first-ever women’s Olympic marathon champion
“You are what you put in your body. In Run Fast, Eat Slow, Shalane and Elyse provide amazing recipes for fueling your body. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to excel in running or just live a healthy and active lifestyle.”
— Meb Keflezighi, four-time US Olympian and Boston Marathon champion
"There are so many misleading diet trends pushed at young female athletes. Finally here’s a book after my own heart—celebrating indulging in real food!”
— Allyson Felix, Olympic gold medal sprinter --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
About the Author
Elyse Kopecky is a chef, speaker, nutrition coach, and New York Times bestselling co-author of Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow. The book features Elyse's "indulgent nourishment" food philosophy for long-term health and happiness. She studied nutrition at the Natural Gourmet Institute, the nation’s top health-supportive culinary school. She lives in Bend, OR. --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
- ASIN : B01COAIDK2
- Publisher : Rodale Books; 1st edition (August 9, 2016)
- Publication date : August 9, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 58060 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 382 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #89,644 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Let's be real, we've all bought that cook book that has a few great recipes and that's it. I have plenty of them in my cabinet. Sure they've got a few great recipes but I largely ignore most of the book because they're total crap. Not with Run Fast, Eat Slow. I've tried several recipes from all of the sections and they have all been a hit! In fact, I made the mashed yams with sage brown butter for Thanksgiving and people were going nuts for it! There's a few things I like about this book.
1. It tastes amazing AND it's healthy. I love eating healthy but my husband is much more difficult to convince. These recipes pack in some awesome food that's great for you and tastes great. I have yet to make a bad meal from this book.
2. It isn't difficult. Don't you hate when you buy a cookbook that wants you to do some professional level stuff and you're like "uuuhhhh what?" Yeah, not this book. It's all very straight forward and easy to make.
3. Each recipe has a "story." Shalane and Elyse explain the purpose behind each recipe. It helps you understand why certain things were added, what makes the recipe great, and the purpose of the recipe. It helps you decide between recipes (because they're all sooooo good) when you're like "man I really need some energy." Boom, drink this amazing green tea green apple smoothie! Awesome awesome stuff.
I've bought several of these cook books and have gifted them to people because it's THAT amazing. I've never been this excited about a cook book or cooking. While I've always loved to cook, this cook book has made eating so much better. Go on ahead and order yourself a copy. You won't regret it.
I love it because this is just the kind of nourishment runners (and athletes in general) need to keep going day after day. I love the author's philosophy about eating well and eating real food instead of counting calories.
I bought this book when it was first published and started telling my running friends about it. A few of them bought the book. They loved it. (When Shalane came to the Shamrock Sportsfest in Virginia Beach we were so excited to meet her!)
Then they started telling more of our running community about it. Now I feel like I know at least 20 people with this book. We even started a Run Fast Eat Slow cooking club! We have been getting together to cook the food out of the book to share and bring home!
I love the kale farro salad, the beet smoothie and the broccoli soup. However, that sweet potato cookie is the perfect thing to eat before a morning run. I'll eat one or two upon waking, then foam roll, and then I am primed for a good run! I look forward to cooking more from this great book!
I read this book cover to cover and nearly all of the recipes sound like something I can weather. Some ingredients like bison (not available in the Middle East) and farro (not even sure what that is) I won’t be able to try but the lion’s share are readily available and I’m even making a list to go to their grocery store right now to start making changes. I liked that they said what could be frozen AND how to defrost it. I loved that they discussed runner ailments and the recipes that specifically target those ailments.
I heard about this book on the Run The Year (Run 2017 Miles in 2017) Facebook page as many were getting it as a Christmas gift so I gifted it to myself.
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It's a nice touch that they have included personal little stories but other than that, i find it average, i didn't try anything from it, just didn't invite me to... I also found it a bit too oriented to stuff available to them, instead of making it a bit more generic for the rest of the world... or maybe i can't remember this fact right... that's how little impact it made on me...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 23, 2020