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Great companion to the original book!
on January 22, 2014
I've made several recipes from this book (I have it on the Kindle Fire and it works well there) and they've all turned out well. I'd say I'm an intermediate cook--not clueless but not an expert by any means. I tend to just make things up as I go along rather than using recipes but since I'm trying to keep meals interesting for myself I'm currently using more recipes so that I can make healthy foods that are different from my usual basics. These recipes are interesting without being too complicated or advanced, and while they do tend to use "special" ingredients there are really only a handful of unusual things that get used repeatedly so that it makes sense to stock up on them. I bought the coconut aminos, coconut flour and Red Boat fish sauce, which were the only things I don't normally buy, and I've found them very useful.
I recommend this book for if you have the original 21DSD book and you're looking for more variety OR for if you want to do the 21DSD and don't care to read about the science and nutrition behind it since the basics are covered in here. (The author makes a good point, however, that if you're going to have questions about the hows and whys of the program you should really get the first book.)