Truly Healthy, Truly Delicious e-Cookbook

4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

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Experience the delicious, healthy and inspirational recipes from Azulfit in your own home with Chef Jo Dombernowsky’s 3rd edition e-book: ‘Truly Healthy, Truly Delicious’.

This is the third edition of the book, available in electronic form only, and includes 100 delicious recipes, mouth watering photos, life changing nutrition advice (with new chapters on Gluten and Dairy) and Jo’s story, this book is a must have for those looking to boost energy levels, learn new and exciting vegetarian recipes, and most of all have a little fun in the kitchen.

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The food has always been a real highlight of the Azulfit retreat experience. Jo’s passion for food, nutrition and empowering people to take control of their food and their health, as well as all the support from Azulfit guests has resulted in this inspirational and easy-to-use e-book.

With 100 delicious recipes (25 new in the 3rd edition), mouth watering photos, life changing nutrition advice and Jo’s story, this book is a must have for those looking to boost energy levels, learn new and exciting vegetarian recipes, and most of all have a little fun in the kitchen.

The recipes are designed to be nutritionally balanced, making great use of natural, fresh ingredients and finding clever alternatives to butter, white flour, sugar and other processed foods – the perfect antidote to the modern diet that has led to problems for so many.

Despite being so healthy taste is not compromised. In fact the food is far tastier than the artificial flavours and over-cooked food we have become accustomed to. As anyone who has experienced Jo’s food will testify, these recipes make mealtimes a pleasure and food something to savour and enjoy to the maximum.

2 reviews for Truly Healthy, Truly Delicious e-Cookbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    It’s a joy to find sooneme who can think like that

  2. 3 out of 5

    I make bread all the time. I haven’t made this particular repice (yet!), but I read through it. Two comments:1. Include the amount of yeast (2 1/4 t.) along with saying 1 packet. Some of us don’t buy yeast in packets because it’s cheaper by the jar or bag.2. When dividing the dough into 16 equal portions, it would be helpful if you gave the weight. Granted a person could just weigh the whole batch and divide by 16 to get the weight, but it’s just something I’ve seen in other repices that I find helpful.I’m excited to see your book when it’s published! Maybe you could offer some signed copies through your blog. 😉

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