The Recipe Hacker Confidential: Break the Code to Cooking Mouthwatering & Good-For-You Meals without Grains, Gluten, Dairy, Soy, or Cane Sugar by Diana Keuilian


I probably would never buy this, but I certainly imagine scenarios in which other people should.

The Recipe Hacker Confidential: Break the Code to Cooking Mouthwatering & Good-For-You Meals without Grains, Gluten, Dairy, Soy, or Cane Sugar
You can really feel the author's passion for clean eating in this beautifully photographed book.

Also note that if you intend on cooking your way through this recipe, a typical American kitchen setup is not going to suffice. You'll need to buy equipment that most of us don't consider standard, and you'll need to purchase a good deal of flour variations, it seems. You should know going in that this is going to be expensive. However, if you're buying this, it's probably because you're ready to make a drastic change in your diet, so rock on.

Myself, I'm just flirting with clean eating, but I'm not quite ready to settle down long term and throw away my potato chips. [I audibly groaned at the last page, a rewrite of Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech in which the world is finally rid of obesity and fast food.] However, some of the simpler recipes, especially in the dessert section, are certainly happening.

I received this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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