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5-Ingredient College Cookbook: Easy, Healthy Recipes for the Next Four Years & Beyond Paperback – 21 February 2017
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- Publisher : Rockridge Press (21 February 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 216 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1623158575
- ISBN-13 : 978-1623158576
- Dimensions : 16.51 x 2.03 x 16.51 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 86,378 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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What Readers are Saying About The 5-Ingredient College Cookbook
"The recipes are super easy and fast, and they taste amazing. As a college student with depression who never learned how to cook, this book has helped me tremendously in feeling like I can accomplish cooking a real meal. And they're healthy and affordable, too!"--Victoria
"I love the layout of this book, the recipes are easy, and she has the nutrition facts listed as well as tips, tricks, and substitution info. I would recommend this book to anyone, or as a gift to a student, or if you want to get your children involved in cooking."--Stephanie B.
"Not only does this book include recipes for every kind of dish and even some that are vegan or vegetarian, it also includes some extremely helpful tips for college students about nutrition, saving money while grocery shopping, and kitchen tools. The information packed in this excellent cookbook is so helpful for a beginner who maybe doesn't know much about techniques used for preparing food."--Kathryn
About the Author
PAMELA ELLGEN is a food blogger, certified personal trainer, and author of several books on cooking, nutrition, and fitness, including The Healthy Slow Cooker Cookbook and The Gluten-Free Cookbook for Families. Her work has been published in Huffington Post, LIVESTRONG, Darling Magazine, and Spinning.com. A proud graduate of Washington State University, Pamela now lives in California with her husband and two sons.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 December 2020
On the plus side, the pages on knife skills are useful, as is the instruction for how to prepare an avocado or cut onions. I suppose if room-mates shared the cost of the recipes they would be affordable to make once in a while. But realistically, unless the student is affluent, most of the recipes are too costly to make very often.