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While cooking your own meals in college may seem like a real challenge, it’s actually more than possible to do well, and it has a lot of benefits. In this book, you’ll learn everything you need to get started as a beginner cook in college, whether you have experience at home, or you don't know how to cook an egg. We’ll go over common cooking terms and the most important While cooking your own meals in college may seem like a real challenge, it’s actually more than possible to do well, and it has a lot of benefits. In this book, you’ll learn everything you need to get started as a beginner cook in college, whether you have experience at home, or you don't know how to cook an egg. We’ll go over common cooking terms and the most important knife cuts. Furnish your kitchen, whether it’s on-campus or off, with must-have supplies like a cutting board, microwave, and can opener. We’ll also list the equipment that’s really useful, like a rice cooker and smoothie blender. In the introduction, we’ll also go through: Pantry stacking Meal prepping Budgeting Food storage This is a cookbook, so of course, there are recipes. All have just five ingredients, not counting salt, pepper, and water. Organized by “Breakfast,” “Poultry,” “Soups & Stews,” “Drinks,” “Desserts,” and more, you’ll find awesome and easy food like: Overnight oats Black bean-bacon salsa salad Chicken wild rice soup Baked provolone chicken Flank steak for two Bananas foster There’s also a whole chapter on vegan main dishes, and vegan and vegetarian recipes scattered throughout the other sections. No matter what your dietary restrictions are, this book will have recipes you can make in your dorm or your kitchen off-campus. While written for college students, just about anyone can benefit from these 5-ingredient recipes. That includes beginner home cooks, people with small kitchens, and people with tight budgets. For families, the serving sizes can be easily doubled or even tripled. If you want a fast, easy, and healthy meal that uses affordable ingredients and doesn’t require a lot of skills, you’ll find it in this book.


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While cooking your own meals in college may seem like a real challenge, it’s actually more than possible to do well, and it has a lot of benefits. In this book, you’ll learn everything you need to get started as a beginner cook in college, whether you have experience at home, or you don't know how to cook an egg. We’ll go over common cooking terms and the most important While cooking your own meals in college may seem like a real challenge, it’s actually more than possible to do well, and it has a lot of benefits. In this book, you’ll learn everything you need to get started as a beginner cook in college, whether you have experience at home, or you don't know how to cook an egg. We’ll go over common cooking terms and the most important knife cuts. Furnish your kitchen, whether it’s on-campus or off, with must-have supplies like a cutting board, microwave, and can opener. We’ll also list the equipment that’s really useful, like a rice cooker and smoothie blender. In the introduction, we’ll also go through: Pantry stacking Meal prepping Budgeting Food storage This is a cookbook, so of course, there are recipes. All have just five ingredients, not counting salt, pepper, and water. Organized by “Breakfast,” “Poultry,” “Soups & Stews,” “Drinks,” “Desserts,” and more, you’ll find awesome and easy food like: Overnight oats Black bean-bacon salsa salad Chicken wild rice soup Baked provolone chicken Flank steak for two Bananas foster There’s also a whole chapter on vegan main dishes, and vegan and vegetarian recipes scattered throughout the other sections. No matter what your dietary restrictions are, this book will have recipes you can make in your dorm or your kitchen off-campus. While written for college students, just about anyone can benefit from these 5-ingredient recipes. That includes beginner home cooks, people with small kitchens, and people with tight budgets. For families, the serving sizes can be easily doubled or even tripled. If you want a fast, easy, and healthy meal that uses affordable ingredients and doesn’t require a lot of skills, you’ll find it in this book.

30 review for The 5-Ingredient College Cookbook: Easy, Delicious, and Healthy Recipes for the Hungry Student

  1. 4 out of 5

    John Wilder

    Artificial 5 ingredient hampers good recipes I understand that the author is trying 2 sumplify recipes for college students who may never have cooked in their lives. The problem is that by limiting ingredients you also limit taste. This may defeat the cookbook and students just give up on cooking. Let me give you an example. She gives a recipe for fried rice. She OMITS the soy sauce that gives the dish its characteristic flavor. Also you really need 2 use rice that is at least two days old, other Artificial 5 ingredient hampers good recipes I understand that the author is trying 2 sumplify recipes for college students who may never have cooked in their lives. The problem is that by limiting ingredients you also limit taste. This may defeat the cookbook and students just give up on cooking. Let me give you an example. She gives a recipe for fried rice. She OMITS the soy sauce that gives the dish its characteristic flavor. Also you really need 2 use rice that is at least two days old, otherwise it is likely 2 be gummy and no one likes gummy rice. There are also no pics of the dishes. Someone who is new 2 cooking really needs 2 see what the finished dish looks like. Now the good news: The author gives good food prep instructions. She has a dictionary of cooking terms defined and gives weights and measures 2 liquids and solids. She also gives nutritional info. The reviewer is the author of an award-winning book entitled: Sex Education for Adults Secrets to Amazing Sex and Happily Ever After Too The book is on the recommended reading list on the AASECT website (American Assn of Sexual Educators, Counselors and Therapists) The book took first place in the category marriage in the International Book Excellence Awards Contest The best review on the book is by a licensed marriage counselor. I was recently offered a TEDx talk on the book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    nora beales

    Cooking A very good starter cookbook for anyone really. The tips apply to everyone wanting to be spend thrift and effective.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Linda Smith

    Fine if you love vegetables!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mandy Lynn White

    Love all of the extra info & conversions I really like the kitchen stocking list, conversion chart, and the seafood chapter! And I’m always looking for short, quick recipes! Love all of the extra info & conversions I really like the kitchen stocking list, conversion chart, and the seafood chapter! And I’m always looking for short, quick recipes!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Johnson

    Great tips Great little.book for beginning cooks and those with limited resources and cooking skills. A must have for any college student

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia

    Good ideas and the nutritional innformation makes it a winner for cooking for one

  7. 5 out of 5

    CG

    Quick recipes I am always looking for quick recipes to use when I'm just cooking for myself. There are quite a few I'll try. The intro will be useful for college students or beginning cooks. Some of this would have been helpful when I was newly married.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Fairchild

    Some not often thought as "college" cooking No pictures and a few unusual ingredients that aren't used often brought my rating down. Both healthy and unhealthy recipes. It has few ingredients, USA measurements, most are fairly quick to prepare.

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