What are you reading?
I went to the library on Friday. I have been interested in nutrition since 2007 and have been eating a whole foods based diet since that time. I always get excited when I find new cookbooks that utilize whole food ingredients. I have decided that I will likely purchase three of these books and copied a dozen or so recipes each from the other three.
"Wheat Belly 30 Minute (or less) Cookbook" - Although I have been gluten free for nearly a decade for health reasons, I have never read Wheat Belly! Honestly, I feel I am already fairly well versed on what it teaches that there are other things I have chosen to read instead. Not that I am opposed to reading it, but it just isn't on the top of my stack. I picked up the cookbook on a whim and I am glad I did. The recipes are whole food based and there were so many that interested me that I have decided to buy the cookbook at some point.
"Artisinal Gluten Free Cooking" - I found this one kinda drab. I found a handful of recipes that look good that I copied down on index cards, but this one is one I am glad I didn't purchase.
"RAWvolution" - I was super excited about this one, but was a bit disappointed that I only found a quarter of the recipes exciting. I copied a bunch down to try, but won't be purchasing this one.
"RAW: The Uncook Book" - This one was surprisingly awesome!! Lots of fantastic recipes! I added this one to my Amazon wishlist and hope to buy it soon.
"Fresh From The Farm" - This one was a big disappointment. I found a handful of recipes that excited me, but will not be adding it to my list of books to buy.
"The How Not To Die Cookbook" - This one is definitely being added to my list of books to purchase. So many great, whole food, plant based recipes!