3 New Healthy Cookbooks Coming Out March 2020

By decafJess - March 04, 2020

Thanks to Rockridge Press for sending me these cookbooks right as I'm trying to make healthy choices.

With cookbooks, your mileage may vary, and I always recommend checking out cookbooks at the library to decide if you'd like to make them a permanent addition to your own collection. 

These will all be available on Amazon as Kindle Unlimited reads, too, after published.



★★★★ ½

Low-Carb Vegetarian Cookbook: 100 Easy Recipes and a Kick-Start Meal Plan by Amy Lawrence and Justin Fox Burks

out March 10, 2020
ISBN: 9781646112197
Paperback: $15.29 / Kindle: $6.99

The strength of this book lies in its ingredients. There's no need to fear bizarre-o ingredients that require long treks to that one expensive grocery store a few towns over. For the most part, I could make these recipes with the regular contents of my modest kitchen, with a few small exceptions of new ingredients I wouldn't mind having to order on Amazon.




★★★★★

The 5-Ingredient Low-Carb Diet Cookbook by Bek Davis

out March 10, 2020
ISBN: 9781646115242
Paperback: $16.99 / Kindle: $0.99

YES. YES. Yes yes yes.

This book has the simplicity and ease of a box of mac and cheese with all the nutrients of a meal that you actually have to make.

The recipes are not strictly 5 ingredients only. Herbs, seasonings, oils -- these all don't count. But as far as produce, meats, that sort of thing, these recipes are the kind that will not make you gasp for air as the cashier rings it up at the grocery store and will not necessitate purchasing bizarre ingredients you will only use once.

Highly recommended if you're looking for low carb options or even if you're just looking for quick and easy meal options.


★★★★

The Easy 5-Ingredient Vegan Cookbook by Nancy Montuori of Ordinary Vegan

Out March 17, 2020
ISBN: 9781646112197
Paperback: $15.29 / Kindle: $6.99

It's hard to get excited about chickpeas, kale, and tofu the way you'd get excited about, say, bread pudding. But if you are looking for a simple, actionable way to start a vegan lifestyle, this is a great guide.

Recipes are pretty basic, leaving lots of room for improvisation or experimentation.

If you really take to the book, the author has a pretty active website so you can keep the vegan party going.

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