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Forget diet perfection—discover a new approach to eating with this beautiful cookbook In this unique and welcoming cookbook, Sarah Adler invites readers to cultivate a healthy lifestyle that will actually last. The founder of Simply Real Health, Adler is your nutritionist, your life coach, and your best- friend-who-makes-the-best-food all rolled into one. With m Forget diet perfection—discover a new approach to eating with this beautiful cookbook In this unique and welcoming cookbook, Sarah Adler invites readers to cultivate a healthy lifestyle that will actually last. The founder of Simply Real Health, Adler is your nutritionist, your life coach, and your best- friend-who-makes-the-best-food all rolled into one. With more than 100 easy #antidiet recipes to share, she makes getting healthy effortless. Her enthusiasm comes through on every page, with chapters including “Weekday Work It” breakfasts and snacks to share in “Aperitifing Is a Verb.” Recipes are all gluten-free, many with five ingredients or fewer, and have options to customize for other dietary needs. Stunning photographs of each dish make this book a pleasure to read. With recipes such as Warming Sweet Potato Muffins; Fire-Roasted Herby Corn Salad; Broccoli, Basil, and Goat Cheese Pizzas; and Salted Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, Simply Real Eating includes all the practical tools and healthy rituals you need.


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Forget diet perfection—discover a new approach to eating with this beautiful cookbook In this unique and welcoming cookbook, Sarah Adler invites readers to cultivate a healthy lifestyle that will actually last. The founder of Simply Real Health, Adler is your nutritionist, your life coach, and your best- friend-who-makes-the-best-food all rolled into one. With m Forget diet perfection—discover a new approach to eating with this beautiful cookbook In this unique and welcoming cookbook, Sarah Adler invites readers to cultivate a healthy lifestyle that will actually last. The founder of Simply Real Health, Adler is your nutritionist, your life coach, and your best- friend-who-makes-the-best-food all rolled into one. With more than 100 easy #antidiet recipes to share, she makes getting healthy effortless. Her enthusiasm comes through on every page, with chapters including “Weekday Work It” breakfasts and snacks to share in “Aperitifing Is a Verb.” Recipes are all gluten-free, many with five ingredients or fewer, and have options to customize for other dietary needs. Stunning photographs of each dish make this book a pleasure to read. With recipes such as Warming Sweet Potato Muffins; Fire-Roasted Herby Corn Salad; Broccoli, Basil, and Goat Cheese Pizzas; and Salted Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, Simply Real Eating includes all the practical tools and healthy rituals you need.

30 review for Simply Real Eating: Everyday Recipes and Rituals for a Healthy Life Made Simple

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Anita

    Based on rave reviews I was excited to get this cookbook, and was quite disappointed! Perhaps if I were a 20-something with little cooking experience and no family to feed I would be more enthused. My issues with this cookbook: 1. ) Health claims: This cookbook has a very trendy take on nutrition. The health benefits of eating gluten free (for most people), consuming extra spices such as turmeric, or making your own nut milk are at least debatable. 2. ) Lack of use of basic cooking principles: It Based on rave reviews I was excited to get this cookbook, and was quite disappointed! Perhaps if I were a 20-something with little cooking experience and no family to feed I would be more enthused. My issues with this cookbook: 1. ) Health claims: This cookbook has a very trendy take on nutrition. The health benefits of eating gluten free (for most people), consuming extra spices such as turmeric, or making your own nut milk are at least debatable. 2. ) Lack of use of basic cooking principles: It is clear that the author is coming at this from a nutrition angle and not a cooking background. The recipes are okay, but they’re not amazing. I had a really tough time even finding a couple of recipes to try because they are not very original and I have such similar ones in my repertoire that are actually excellent. As an example, the virtues of cold brew versus hot are extolled before you are told to.....boil water. 1) that is not cold brew. I have made an excellent cold brew many times ... using cold water! 2) boiling water to make good coffee is not recommended as it makes coffee more bitter! 3.) Saving time and simplifying Using a pot, a blender, and a coffee maker to make one cup of pumpkin spice latte seems excessive. After all that, the latte was only meh.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Staci

    I was enthusiastic about this book because I am always looking for new, healthful recipes. The ideas aren’t too bad (though the science and health claims are a little fuzzy), but this is the thing: The grammar is atrocious. Seriously, the editor should be fired. Spoiler: There is no “d” in “refrigerate” and “then” is not the same as “than.” Eighth grade stuff here. That alone makes me put a hand to my face and weep for the future. At least they’ll be all woke and healthy, though. 👍🏻

  3. 4 out of 5

    Brianna Sowinski

    Okay, so this one at 1st was a little too much on the "rich white woman with a bit too many pictures of herself telling me to eat healthy" spectrum. And the title, I mean how many times can cookbook authors rearrange the words simple, real and eating to make different titles. BUT the recipes were actually appealing and accessible, not too many weird high end grocery store ingredients. The recipes changed my mind, would check out again. Okay, so this one at 1st was a little too much on the "rich white woman with a bit too many pictures of herself telling me to eat healthy" spectrum. And the title, I mean how many times can cookbook authors rearrange the words simple, real and eating to make different titles. BUT the recipes were actually appealing and accessible, not too many weird high end grocery store ingredients. The recipes changed my mind, would check out again.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mer Now

    I checked out the ebook from my local library, because I was interested in the supposed “real” food recipes with real ingredients, but without long lists of ingredients. Ok, great. But after I slog through the poorly written into/lifestyle change sections, I then came to the recipes. What a total letdown! Instead of including healthy proteins, like Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, tofu, ANYTHING ELSE, she includes “clean protein powder,” which is later explained as any with 2-4 ingredients. Why not I checked out the ebook from my local library, because I was interested in the supposed “real” food recipes with real ingredients, but without long lists of ingredients. Ok, great. But after I slog through the poorly written into/lifestyle change sections, I then came to the recipes. What a total letdown! Instead of including healthy proteins, like Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, tofu, ANYTHING ELSE, she includes “clean protein powder,” which is later explained as any with 2-4 ingredients. Why not just use an easier to digest real protein source? She’s already including everything else under the sun for other alternatives of milks or sweeteners! Plus, many nut milks contain protein, just suggest some of those. Also, butter or ghee in coffee? I’ve of course heard of it (and even made it once out of curiosity!). It’s gross, and it’s unnecessarily caloric. Yes, butter is a REAL food, but you don’t need to include everything real in every recipe, that defeats the Simple tag. I do like the Healthy Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe, but even that was a bit of a letdown. It is a pretty time consuming recipe for most days. I bet you can do some, if not all of it, in advance and just reheat or reblend it, but there weren’t any references to making a big batch or alternatively, why you shouldn’t. I am giving it 2 stars, because some of her salad recipes are lovely. I still cannot recommend this book on the whole though.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I randomly found this at my library and was intrigued. The book is beautiful and I really love her simple approach to food. I enjoyed reading the book and some of the tips she wrote in there. They included her daily rituals, which was neat to see, but sometimes far fetched for a busy mom of two. A lot of her recipes appealed to me, but would never fly with my husband and kids. I'm definitely adding some of her breakfast and lunch meals into my life. I randomly found this at my library and was intrigued. The book is beautiful and I really love her simple approach to food. I enjoyed reading the book and some of the tips she wrote in there. They included her daily rituals, which was neat to see, but sometimes far fetched for a busy mom of two. A lot of her recipes appealed to me, but would never fly with my husband and kids. I'm definitely adding some of her breakfast and lunch meals into my life.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Say Travel

    I'm still cooking from this book and my oldest daughter and have been cooking religiously every day, we have al kinds of ideas for dinner and lunch. I'm still cooking from this book and my oldest daughter and have been cooking religiously every day, we have al kinds of ideas for dinner and lunch.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    I haven’t tried many recipes from this cookbook yet, but they have only been alright. I am not inspired to cook the others. It is unfortunate as I LOVE Ms. Adler’s first cookbook.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Betsy

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Pearson

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    Kristi

  11. 5 out of 5

    Elle

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shari

  13. 5 out of 5

    Christina Lieberman

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    Anna Brooks

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cat Davidheiser

  17. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Farris

  18. 5 out of 5

    Chantelle

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    Anissa

  20. 5 out of 5

    Micheline D'Angelis

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bibi

  22. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

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    dollie reese

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ines Didier

  28. 4 out of 5

    Claire

  29. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin

  30. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

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