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Just the Good Stuff: 100+ Guilt-Free Recipes to Satisfy All Your Cravings Hardcover – Illustrated, 1 January 2019
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"I've always been a fan of Rachel's food philosophy of incorporating real, whole foods into your routine and listening to your body above any other source (of which there can be many in today's world). Just the Good Stuff is a beautiful articulation of that philosophy, and it encapsulates recipes that hit on every craving and meal type. It's impossible not to find something you can make on your own and love doing so, regardless of your culinary experience. The layout and commentary throughout make this so much more than just a cookbook. Rachel's personality and thoughtfulness for her readers shines through each section, making it a useful and entertaining read. As a fellow nut-butter lover, the Peanut Butter Cinnamon Rolls with Coconut Glaze are currently on the top of my "to-make" list. Yum!"--Leigh Keith, president and cofounder of Perfect Snacks "Rachel Mansfield turns healthy eating into an attainable and enjoyable experience with a beautiful collection of recipes that are simple to create yet complex enough in flavor that eating them makes you wonder what's been holding you back from the kitchen in the first place. Not only will you learn why you should fuel your body with certain foods, you'll learn how to translate these healthy ingredients into new favorite dishes as well as ones you have loved throughout your life."--Dr. Will Cole, leading functional medicine expert and bestselling author of The Inflammation Spectrum and Ketotarian
"Rachel's approach to eating is delicious, mouthwatering, and approachable-- and I love that. The recipes in Just the Good Stuff are tailored to those looking to indulge without guilt, while also catering to anyone with dietary restrictions. Her recipes are based on various life experiences and learnings, making this book relatable to readers while also making us crave her healthier spin on Crunchy Baked Cinnamon Churro Chips and Homemade Sweet Potato Pierogis."--Hannah Bronfman, author of Do What Feels Good and founder of HBFIT "Just the Good Stuff is how I want my family to eat. I can make many of these recipes after work in less than thirty minutes--my toddler enjoys eating from this book, too, and the recipes are nutritious enough to eat every day. Rachel has made some of my favorite childhood staples, like nachos made with sweet potato chips and from-scratch marshmallows and graham crackers, just a little bit healthier."--Colleen Wachob, cofounder and co-CEO of Mindbodygreen "Just the Good Stuff so perfectly represents Rachel's smart and wholesome approach to food and recipes! This entire book makes my mouth water and my stomach growl, and my entire family is obsessed with her healthier twists on classics like Frosted Blueberry Pastry Tarts and Chocolate Chip Banana Bread. You really can't go wrong with anything in this book!"--Melissa Ben-Ishay, president and chief product officer at Baked by Melissa
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- Publisher : CROWN; Illustrated edition (1 January 2019)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 272 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1984823361
- ISBN-13 : 978-1984823366
- Dimensions : 19.56 x 2.36 x 24.87 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 58,456 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Recipe-wise I love this book. I've followed Rachel on ig on and off over the years for great recipes. If I'm looking for gluten-free, vegan, dairy-free, and other dietary restriction recipes that are going to be simple and taste really good, Mansfield is my go-to. I love that she's advocating for fewer kitchen gadgets, simple recipes, and clean foods that taste good.
My reason for the 3-star rating is for the language that goes into descriptions/reasons/rationales for eating "clean". A lot of the personal tangents in this book read like an orthorexia manifesto and I had to stop reading. Humans should be able to eat food that makes them feel good, end of story. I wish there had been more recipes (again, they're great!) and less lifestyle/personal conversation.
Will keep this book but as a human who works in health care/fitness related industries, I won't share or recommend this book because it was triggering for disordered eating.
Mansfield has saved me when I needed to bring tasty, allergen friendly foods to potlucks and I would recommend this book for the recipes.