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Why go out to eat? Cooking at home is easy, healthy, delicious, and affordable—and with the right techniques and ingredients, preparing a home-cooked meal can be quicker than picking up take-out. Cook Naked, the anticipated follow-up cookbook to Margaret Floyd’s Eat Naked, shows readers how they can create whole, organic, and fresh “naked” meals that maximize the natural n Why go out to eat? Cooking at home is easy, healthy, delicious, and affordable—and with the right techniques and ingredients, preparing a home-cooked meal can be quicker than picking up take-out. Cook Naked, the anticipated follow-up cookbook to Margaret Floyd’s Eat Naked, shows readers how they can create whole, organic, and fresh “naked” meals that maximize the natural nutritional value of food. Unlike commercially available prepared foods and restaurant dishes, naked meals contain no harmful additives, preservatives, or empty-calorie fillers. Because cooking naked is well-suited to people who need energy for busy lifestyles, this cookbook is organized around the time it takes for readers to prepare each type of dish: “in a rush” recipes take ten minutes or less, “every day” recipes take twenty minutes or less, and an “impress the neighbors” section offers more time-intensive recipe selections. Readers who seek to control the quality of ingredients and nutrients in their food will turn to this cookbook time and time again for affordable, naturally delicious meals they can feel good about eating and serving to others.


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Why go out to eat? Cooking at home is easy, healthy, delicious, and affordable—and with the right techniques and ingredients, preparing a home-cooked meal can be quicker than picking up take-out. Cook Naked, the anticipated follow-up cookbook to Margaret Floyd’s Eat Naked, shows readers how they can create whole, organic, and fresh “naked” meals that maximize the natural n Why go out to eat? Cooking at home is easy, healthy, delicious, and affordable—and with the right techniques and ingredients, preparing a home-cooked meal can be quicker than picking up take-out. Cook Naked, the anticipated follow-up cookbook to Margaret Floyd’s Eat Naked, shows readers how they can create whole, organic, and fresh “naked” meals that maximize the natural nutritional value of food. Unlike commercially available prepared foods and restaurant dishes, naked meals contain no harmful additives, preservatives, or empty-calorie fillers. Because cooking naked is well-suited to people who need energy for busy lifestyles, this cookbook is organized around the time it takes for readers to prepare each type of dish: “in a rush” recipes take ten minutes or less, “every day” recipes take twenty minutes or less, and an “impress the neighbors” section offers more time-intensive recipe selections. Readers who seek to control the quality of ingredients and nutrients in their food will turn to this cookbook time and time again for affordable, naturally delicious meals they can feel good about eating and serving to others.

30 review for The Naked Foods Cookbook: Easy, Unprocessed, Gluten-Free, Full-Fat Recipes for Losing Weight and Feeling Great

  1. 5 out of 5

    Camilla

    These recipes are fantastic. I've been happy with every recipe I've tried so far. I've started using things like umeboshi paste (which I'd never heard of before) and arame, and I've been thrilled with both the taste and how I feel after eating these meals! These recipes are fantastic. I've been happy with every recipe I've tried so far. I've started using things like umeboshi paste (which I'd never heard of before) and arame, and I've been thrilled with both the taste and how I feel after eating these meals!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Strider

    Pros: all recipes are gluten free, quick glance reference for preparation times and meat inclusion, book includes recipes for normally store bought sauces/dressings Cons: many recipes require advanced preparations (like homemade sauces, whey, etc.) in order to make them The book has comprehensive sections on what makes food 'naked' and what tools/techniques you need to have a 'naked kitchen' (like sprouting and culturing foods). The authors break the recipes up into three groups based on the tim Pros: all recipes are gluten free, quick glance reference for preparation times and meat inclusion, book includes recipes for normally store bought sauces/dressings Cons: many recipes require advanced preparations (like homemade sauces, whey, etc.) in order to make them The book has comprehensive sections on what makes food 'naked' and what tools/techniques you need to have a 'naked kitchen' (like sprouting and culturing foods). The authors break the recipes up into three groups based on the time they take to make (in a rush, everyday and impress the neighbours), though even the faster recipes require some advanced planning with regards to ingredients that need preparation to make them naked. These ingredients are mentioned in the headlines, so they're easy to spot and if you're planning your meals ahead of time, they're easy to incorporate. However, if you're like me and tend to plan dinner on the fly, you'll encounter some problems using this book. The authors also mention if the recipes are vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian or omnivore in the headlines. There's a broad mix of recipes from sauces and pre-made soup stocks to breakfasts, sides and entrees. With 168 recipes, there are a lot of great foods to try. Of the 12 recipes I tried (including making whey and the Kitchen Scrap Veggie Stock), there was only one recipe I wouldn't do again (the Vegan Hollandaise sauce, which was too lemony for my taste, though the Portabello Eggs Benedict, upon which I ate it, I will definitely make again). In a few cases I would substitute ingredients in the future (like using almonds rather than cashews in the Orange Creamsicle Smoothie and taking out the kale in the Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash). All of which are a matter of personal taste. Other recipes were perfect as presented and I highly recommend both the Roasted Herb Red Potatoes (which tasted fantastic both times I made them) and the super easy and surprisingly flavourful Sauteed Chicken with Lemon and Herbs. If you're trying to eat healthier and go for more natural foods in your diet, this is a great cookbook.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Erin Coleman

    Please note: Received this book from Goodreads giveaway. Cookbooks are hard to review, but here we go... Pros: Lots of good, natural food info. The book explains what some of the lesser known natural foods are and how to use them. It tells exactly how to get the best benefits out of different types of foods. The book breaks the recipes down into different sections with recipes for salads and sides, desserts, entrees, soups and stews, sauces, and what they call "basics", and the recipes are also cat Please note: Received this book from Goodreads giveaway. Cookbooks are hard to review, but here we go... Pros: Lots of good, natural food info. The book explains what some of the lesser known natural foods are and how to use them. It tells exactly how to get the best benefits out of different types of foods. The book breaks the recipes down into different sections with recipes for salads and sides, desserts, entrees, soups and stews, sauces, and what they call "basics", and the recipes are also categorized by how much time they will take to make. The authors have even created weekly healthy eating menus. Cons: Really wish there were more photos, and color photos for a cookbook are pretty vital. Black and white food isn't very appetizing, and as a newbie to a lot of this food, photos with all of the recipes would have helped a lot. I also think this book is most suited for people who are ready to fully commit to all natural foods and nothing else. Picking and choosing a recipe for a couple of nights a week out of this book doesn't seem realistic. I also wish there were more entrees to choose from.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Darren

    An ever-busy lifestyle, general laziness and a lack of knowledge means that more and more people are eating out, particularly at fast-food restaurants, or reheating processed foods. At the same time health and obesity concerns are rising throughout society as a whole. "But I am too busy", "I don't know what to do" and "I'll heat up this ready-meal at home" are commonly-heard phrases, yet many people don't realise that they can save a LOT of money, eat much healthier and prepare and cook a meal in An ever-busy lifestyle, general laziness and a lack of knowledge means that more and more people are eating out, particularly at fast-food restaurants, or reheating processed foods. At the same time health and obesity concerns are rising throughout society as a whole. "But I am too busy", "I don't know what to do" and "I'll heat up this ready-meal at home" are commonly-heard phrases, yet many people don't realise that they can save a LOT of money, eat much healthier and prepare and cook a meal in often less time than it takes to go and fetch a takeaway meal. Here the authors set out to teach the wary how to cook healthy, delicious and affordable meals with ease in the "comfort" of their own home. Focussing on fresh, whole, organic ingredients (thus the "naked" part of the title) that contain no additives, preservatives or fillers, the authors hope to drive home their message. There is more to these meals than a lettuce leaf, half a tomato and a bit of pasta. Recognition is given that we can be in a hurry, yet we want to eat well, particularly if we need a meal of substance to help sustain us and stop us snacking along the way which can soon put the weight on! It must be said that one of the objectives for the authors it to help you switch to a specific lifestyle or diet-type, yet even if you are not prepared or willing to do that there is still a lot that you could gain from within this book. It does not, unlike many contemporary books, seek to educate you through nagging and claiming that this is the only way for success. A degree of practical pragmatism is also employed which is a nice touch. Interestingly the authors do not give caloric information for their recipes as they feel that by focussing on the calorific level your attention may be shifted away from what they view are the key things to consider, namely nutrient density, freshness and quality of a meal's component parts. Of course an "somewhat arbitrary number" - as calorific figures are described - can give a guideline but it does not specifically address the quality of the fuel being put into the human machine. Consideration is given to how an individual ingredient has been produced and the path it takes until it arrives in your kitchen. Even small things along the way can adjust the "purity" of your naked meal, such as for example whether a vegetable has been preserved with gases for a longer life. How the ingredients are handled during preparation into the final dish make a difference too. This is not a recommendation to eat everything raw and all forms of cooking are considered along with the nutritional impacts that accompany them. Deep-frying is, however, verboten, save for the very, very special occasion! You might need to reconsider a lot of the techniques that you have previously learned if you wish to make the most of this lifestyle, yet it is possible to test certain elements to see if it is for you, rather than taking an "all or nothing" approach. Even if you adopt the "naked food" regime for a couple of meals a week, the benefits of doing so will at least be positive rather than negative and it can lead to greater things. Rome wasn't built in a day. The mass of recipes are relatively easy to follow (unless you don't understand "cup" measures and imperial things - nowadays there should be no excuse to having both measures in a recipe) and thought-provoking in part. Certainly it might be worthy of a little investment in time to check out something else to boot. By focussing on ingredients so much one is also tempted to try the unfamiliar. Overall this book is quite interesting, even for a dedicated meat-eater and someone who has a slight scepticism (or is that openness?) to such matters. The book is not nannyish or pretending to know the answer to everything and its openness encourages both the die-hard enthusiast and the slightly-more sceptical alike. One good thing about this book is that you could always take advantage of the quick yet filling recipes as a in-road to possibly greater, healthier living and eating. Success by stealth?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ali

    This book had some great recipes and I wholly agree with the author's take on naked foods. However, I found the introduction to be extremely self righteous. Example: the author comments that a naked kitchen starts with a naked fridge and that means cleaning your refrigerator top to bottom with a mixture of water and rubbing alcohol every two weeks. Sure, let me put this on my calendar between laundry, making cream cheese (a recipe in the book) and, oh yeah, spending time with my family and mak This book had some great recipes and I wholly agree with the author's take on naked foods. However, I found the introduction to be extremely self righteous. Example: the author comments that a naked kitchen starts with a naked fridge and that means cleaning your refrigerator top to bottom with a mixture of water and rubbing alcohol every two weeks. Sure, let me put this on my calendar between laundry, making cream cheese (a recipe in the book) and, oh yeah, spending time with my family and making a living. This woman must have people to do everything for her. I am by no means messy but the idea that in order to cook this way i must have a spotless fridge turned me off immediately. Between my husband, three kids and my dog, I consider it an accomplishment to put a meal on the table that is healthy and whole. So take from it the things that work for you and try to ignore the rest!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Noel

    I want this book!!! I received a digital copy from New Harbinger Publications, Inc. through NetGalley.com to read and review. I love it!! I have to admit, I ended up giving it 4 stars instead of 5 due to the high intensity of some of the prep work, but I'm intrigued all the same. My family and I have been wanting to move to healthier eating, and I found a LOT in this book that we can easily do to improve our diet and overall health. The recipes are fascinating, and I can't wait to try some of th I want this book!!! I received a digital copy from New Harbinger Publications, Inc. through NetGalley.com to read and review. I love it!! I have to admit, I ended up giving it 4 stars instead of 5 due to the high intensity of some of the prep work, but I'm intrigued all the same. My family and I have been wanting to move to healthier eating, and I found a LOT in this book that we can easily do to improve our diet and overall health. The recipes are fascinating, and I can't wait to try some of the techniques shown to enhance the nutritional value of our food. The only problem I found was when they were explaining knife skills, they stated a small dice was 4 inches, medium 2 inches and large 3/4 inches. I assume they mean 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4". This typo should be fixed for people new to cooking. All-in-all, and great book that I hope to add to my cookbook shelf soon!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sara Thompson

    The concept of naked eating is to eat clean, whole, unprocessed foods. The authors ask that you investigate your food before bringing it into your kitchen. This is not only a good practice for the environment but will allow the preparer to create more healthy dishes. The first few chapters of this cookbook explain the concept of eating naked as well as how to stock your kitchen and preparation methods. The recipes contained have vegetarian versions and all are gluten-free. The authors are suppor The concept of naked eating is to eat clean, whole, unprocessed foods. The authors ask that you investigate your food before bringing it into your kitchen. This is not only a good practice for the environment but will allow the preparer to create more healthy dishes. The first few chapters of this cookbook explain the concept of eating naked as well as how to stock your kitchen and preparation methods. The recipes contained have vegetarian versions and all are gluten-free. The authors are supportive of raw organic milks but include ways to make dairy free milks at home. I liked that the recipes varied from raw to cooked and included vegetarian and meat ideas. The recipes are all rated based on difficulty and easy to find. The book ends with sample menus and food seasons. All in all this is a good book for those who are investigating eating raw, vegan or unprocessed.

  8. 5 out of 5

    BookBec

    If you've totally bought in to "Eat Naked," then you might find this a great book. I eat a lot of whole foods already and make my own salsa, mayo, ghee, etc. So it's not the general philosophy that turns me off, just that I didn't find much inspiring here. The recipes often seemed basic and familiar (seen that, done that) with a touch of weird (eggshells in veggie stock, cultured veggies on everything). The cross-referenced recipes can get a bit ridiculous. Take Caesar Salad: 5 ingredients, no pr If you've totally bought in to "Eat Naked," then you might find this a great book. I eat a lot of whole foods already and make my own salsa, mayo, ghee, etc. So it's not the general philosophy that turns me off, just that I didn't find much inspiring here. The recipes often seemed basic and familiar (seen that, done that) with a touch of weird (eggshells in veggie stock, cultured veggies on everything). The cross-referenced recipes can get a bit ridiculous. Take Caesar Salad: 5 ingredients, no problem, right? Well, three of those "ingredients" involve flipping to another recipe to make dressing (with homemade mustard too, if you choose), make Crispy Shiitake Faux Bacon, and make your own crackers. I plan to try Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash (made in the oven) and Coconut Creamsicle Bites. But this cookbook is quickly headed back to the library.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    I loved the fact that this cookbook had all gluten-free recipes since this is a new food change I've had to make recently. There were a few really good ideas for different meals throughout the day. I really liked information about what a "naked" food is and what a "naked" kitchen means. I also thought the book was really well organized and broken down in such a way that it was easy to go through it. What I didn't like was that there were a few recipes that required really detailed preparation and I loved the fact that this cookbook had all gluten-free recipes since this is a new food change I've had to make recently. There were a few really good ideas for different meals throughout the day. I really liked information about what a "naked" food is and what a "naked" kitchen means. I also thought the book was really well organized and broken down in such a way that it was easy to go through it. What I didn't like was that there were a few recipes that required really detailed preparation and although I would love to make all the sauces and such it would take a little too long for my day to day cooking. Some would be weekend meals where I have more time. Also, I wish there were more photos to look at, it's sometimes easier to cook when you can see what you're making. I would buy this one just for the information it gave.

  10. 4 out of 5

    LaToya

    I won a copy of this cookbook in the Goodreads giveaway, and I was really excited about trying out the recipes because I love Tosca Reno's cookbooks, so I figured I would like this one too. Pros: Great recipes, easy to follow, the things that I tried came out pretty tasty Cons: Ingredients are very expensive, time consuming I gave this book 3 stars because I was only able to cook these recipes on my days off due to the amount of preparation. Some of the sauces had to be made from scratch in order t I won a copy of this cookbook in the Goodreads giveaway, and I was really excited about trying out the recipes because I love Tosca Reno's cookbooks, so I figured I would like this one too. Pros: Great recipes, easy to follow, the things that I tried came out pretty tasty Cons: Ingredients are very expensive, time consuming I gave this book 3 stars because I was only able to cook these recipes on my days off due to the amount of preparation. Some of the sauces had to be made from scratch in order to finish the recipe. Also, many of the recipes have different types of flours that are needed, and the cost for one recipe adds up. This is definitely not a cookbook for someone on a budget, which is why I gave it three stars instead of five.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    Read the ARC from NetGalley. The Naked Foods Cookbook by Margaret Floyd and James Barry is very appealing! It is well organized and filled with a great variety of healthy, appetizing recipes. I've already alerted some gluten-free and "healthy" friends of the book's upcoming release. I think it will serve a variety of people with its discussion of food prep and cooking techniques as well as the categorization of recipes by how long they take to prepare. From smoothies and salads to soups, entrees Read the ARC from NetGalley. The Naked Foods Cookbook by Margaret Floyd and James Barry is very appealing! It is well organized and filled with a great variety of healthy, appetizing recipes. I've already alerted some gluten-free and "healthy" friends of the book's upcoming release. I think it will serve a variety of people with its discussion of food prep and cooking techniques as well as the categorization of recipes by how long they take to prepare. From smoothies and salads to soups, entrees, and desserts, there seems to be somthing for everyone. Even those who don't buy into the "naked" food approach can enjoy the clear, well-explained recipes. I also appreciate that this healthy cookbook includes meat for the carnivores among us! Can't wait to try out some recipes!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mirely

    I've been interested in the whole gluten-free way of living for a while now and this is why I picked this cook book up. To tell you the truth, the intro was a bit much for me and I could have done without it. I checked out at a certain point. I think the book was informative and provided lots of recipes. I did think it needed a lot more pictures especially since many of the recipes were new to me. Those pictures that did make it to the book should have been in color. I haven't tried any of the r I've been interested in the whole gluten-free way of living for a while now and this is why I picked this cook book up. To tell you the truth, the intro was a bit much for me and I could have done without it. I checked out at a certain point. I think the book was informative and provided lots of recipes. I did think it needed a lot more pictures especially since many of the recipes were new to me. Those pictures that did make it to the book should have been in color. I haven't tried any of the recipes yet but will soon and will come back to give an update. For the most part they look appetizing and simple enough but we will see.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Deidre

    This cookbook is an intriguing look at what it means to eat in a healthy way. Unlike some health food books this one includes a fair amount of meat. It also recommends cooking with ghee or coconut oil in many recipes. Recipes are gluten-free and include many seeds and the desserts use coconut sugar or dates instead of more traditional sweeteners. Some of the choices seem a bit arbitrary but there are a lot of good recipes for dips, dressings and sauces that are on the healthy side and any book t This cookbook is an intriguing look at what it means to eat in a healthy way. Unlike some health food books this one includes a fair amount of meat. It also recommends cooking with ghee or coconut oil in many recipes. Recipes are gluten-free and include many seeds and the desserts use coconut sugar or dates instead of more traditional sweeteners. Some of the choices seem a bit arbitrary but there are a lot of good recipes for dips, dressings and sauces that are on the healthy side and any book that stresses eating lots of vegetables is okay with me! Full review over on the Examiner.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Terryann

    i'm a total nerd for cookbooks and am probably the only person alive who would preview one on a black and white nook touch, but there you have it:) i liked the basics in this book. the very simple how to's were helpful; things like cashew milk or spices that might not get explained in other cook books. i think i lean much more toward vegetarian cooking, but this one had a lot of options for vegetarian recipes. i also thought there was a lot in this book that i would NEVER actually do:) but it wa i'm a total nerd for cookbooks and am probably the only person alive who would preview one on a black and white nook touch, but there you have it:) i liked the basics in this book. the very simple how to's were helpful; things like cashew milk or spices that might not get explained in other cook books. i think i lean much more toward vegetarian cooking, but this one had a lot of options for vegetarian recipes. i also thought there was a lot in this book that i would NEVER actually do:) but it was fun to read about it. someone out there has a much more healthy (dorito's-less) and organized kitchen than i do and would like this book even more.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Naomi

    I grabbed this from Netgalley and found it to be a really interesting intro into "this" form of eating. As someone who doesn't follow the unprocessed diet, there were numerous recipes that I would use in my daily living. There were other recipes that I did feel the ingredients were a bit to "out there" or unusual. I thought it was interesting because although there were vegan recipes in the book, there were plenty of meat recipes as well. I thought the author did an excellent job with laying out I grabbed this from Netgalley and found it to be a really interesting intro into "this" form of eating. As someone who doesn't follow the unprocessed diet, there were numerous recipes that I would use in my daily living. There were other recipes that I did feel the ingredients were a bit to "out there" or unusual. I thought it was interesting because although there were vegan recipes in the book, there were plenty of meat recipes as well. I thought the author did an excellent job with laying out ingredient descriptions, menus, etc. I am undecided if this is a cookbook I would purchase to add to my collection or if this is one I would grab from the library.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Teagle

    I think this is a great book if you are prepared to lead the clean eating lifestyle. For my own personal tastes, I felt this was a bit ambitious. I liked how different ways of preparing naked foods were detailed, including the information on what a naked fridge looks like, and the sections on fermenting and sprouting were also informative. I think this book is ideal for people who are prepared to embark on a radical diet change, andwho need comprehensive information about how to get the journey s I think this is a great book if you are prepared to lead the clean eating lifestyle. For my own personal tastes, I felt this was a bit ambitious. I liked how different ways of preparing naked foods were detailed, including the information on what a naked fridge looks like, and the sections on fermenting and sprouting were also informative. I think this book is ideal for people who are prepared to embark on a radical diet change, andwho need comprehensive information about how to get the journey started.

  17. 4 out of 5

    GONZA

    It would be so nice being able to follow some of the inctructions, but really I do not have so much time to spend in the kitchen and most of all it is really difficout cultivate something in Berlin.... Sarebbe tutto molto bello se fossi in grado di seguire alcune delle istruzioni, ma tutto sommato non ho molto tempo da passare in cucina ed è anche parecchio difficile coltivare qualcosa a Berlino.... THANKS TO NETGALLEY AND NEW HARBINGER PUBLICATIONS FOR THE PREVIEW

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ashleycarolhall O'Toole

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway and I am sooo excited! It isn't soo healthy that you don't want to even bother. It looks good. I cannot wait to make something. (I will also say that I won this book and had it within the week! Awesome!) 5.3.12 The Wake up shake was really yummy. I modified it since I had most the ingredients but not all...prunes for dates, soy/flaxseed milk for coconut milk... It was pretty good. Hubby liked it too! I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway and I am sooo excited! It isn't soo healthy that you don't want to even bother. It looks good. I cannot wait to make something. (I will also say that I won this book and had it within the week! Awesome!) 5.3.12 The Wake up shake was really yummy. I modified it since I had most the ingredients but not all...prunes for dates, soy/flaxseed milk for coconut milk... It was pretty good. Hubby liked it too!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elise MacMillan

    My favorite gluten free cooking guide thus far. Easy to get lost in and excited about a change of lifestyle while reading this book. I love that it focuses on the entire kitchen- supplies and staples, not just a collection of recipes. Great reference!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    This book is a clean eating cookbook, but less in-your-face/hyped than Tosca Reno's empire of books. A nice reference if one wants to make his own condiments and dressings. However I don't have the desire to 'culture' anything or make chili with 23 ingredients. Well written, just not my cup of tea. This book is a clean eating cookbook, but less in-your-face/hyped than Tosca Reno's empire of books. A nice reference if one wants to make his own condiments and dressings. However I don't have the desire to 'culture' anything or make chili with 23 ingredients. Well written, just not my cup of tea.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Best cookbook I've read in awhile (and I read a lot of them)! I definitely recommend this to anyone who is trying to eat more whole and healthy foods. Best cookbook I've read in awhile (and I read a lot of them)! I definitely recommend this to anyone who is trying to eat more whole and healthy foods.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    Yucky....noting in there that I could feed my growing teenage boys!!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    It was ok.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jo

    Some good recipes and a lot of good kitchen tips.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Not much here that intrigued me except a very interesting section on salad dressings that I liked. Most recipes are either too plain or too odd for my taste.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Bree

    Notes: got really tired of reading the word Naked on every single page no good recipes at all at least they mention raw milk

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Looking for an easier cookbook. I guess the ingredient lists scared me away. There wasn't one that I wanted to try. Oh well! They could be great but I won't know. Looking for an easier cookbook. I guess the ingredient lists scared me away. There wasn't one that I wanted to try. Oh well! They could be great but I won't know.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Martha Grace

    Excellent refernce

  29. 5 out of 5

    Knows

    Can't say enough great things about the book! Can't say enough great things about the book!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Karen Hathaway

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