Janella's Wholefood Kitchen

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Allen & Unwin, Nov 1, 2012 - Cooking - 244 pages
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Good health starts in your kitchen and Janella Purcell, Gourmand-awarded nutritionist, naturopath and cook, shows you how - easily and deliciously.

Janella Purcell is passionate about healthy eating, about eating food that is as close to the way nature created it as possible, and - most importantly - about making wholefoods easy, enticing and lick-your-fingers delicious. 'My passion comes from knowing how much better you feel eating wholefoods, and subsequently how much easier life is when your body is working well. And it's simple to eat and cook in this way.'

In Janella's Wholefood Kitchen, Janella shares 130 tempting recipes that make healthy wholefoods the star of your table. With each recipe clearly marked as vegetarian, vegan, raw, dairy free or gluten free, from soups to main courses, party foods to salads and desserts, this is a cookbook that will start you on the path, or continue your journey, to a healthy lifestyle.

 

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Contents

Introduction
2
In My Kitchen
4
Breakfast
6
Soup
20
Salads
40
Seafood
58
Vegetarian
88
Party Food
120
Dressings Dips and Sauces
144
Sides and Snacks
166
Sweet Things
180
Conversion Tables
207
Glossary
208
Index
213
Acknowledgements
220
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About the author (2012)

Janella Purcell is a qualified naturopath, nutritionist, herbalist and iridologist. She's also a vivacious and entertaining chef who has appeared regularly on Australian and overseas television for the past ten years, most recently co-hosting Good Chef, Bad Chef. Her first book was the award-winning Janella Purcell's Elixir (2004) and her best-selling recipe book, Eating for the Seasons, was published in 2011. Her second recipe book, Janella's Wholefood Kitchen, was published in 2012.

Janella lives between Sydney and the Byron Bay hinterlands. She has a private practice in both places where she educates clients on living healthier, more sustainable and happier lives. Janella also writes regularly for many magazines and newspapers. For more information, go to www.janellapurcell.com

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