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Cooking with QuinoaRene Patten 9781742570556Quinoa – pronounced keen-wah – is a grain, but not just any grain. It is considered to be almost a complete food. It is very high in protein, full of vitamins, gluten- and wheat-free, cholesterol-free and usually organic. And it is simply delicious. This title shows you many different ways to use quinoa.

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Wheat BellyWilliam Davis Features wheat-free recipes, including baked goods like cookies and muffins that are limited in carbohydrates and sugars, and still promote good health from head to toe. This title gives readers over a hundred recipes for rise-and-shine breakfasts like Lemon Poppy Seed Pancakes and Breakfast Souffle.

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9780091922344The Cookbook – Ottolenghi Available for the first time in an American edition, this debut cookbook, from bestselling authors Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi of “Plenty “and “Jerusalem,” features 140 recipes culled from the popular Ottolenghi restaurants and inspired by the diverse culinary traditions of the Mediterranean. Yotam Ottolenghi’s four eponymous restaurants–each a patisserie, deli, restaurant, and bakery rolled..

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The 4-Hour BodyTim Ferriss Thinner, bigger, faster, stronger… which 150 pages will you read? Is it possible to: Reach your genetic potential in 6 months? Sleep 2 hours per day and perform better than on 8 hours? Lose more fat than a marathoner by bingeing? Indeed, and much more.

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Eat & Run – Scott Jurek. In Eat and Run, Jurek opens up about his life and career as a champion athleteeat and run with a plant-based diet andinspires runners at every level. From his Midwestern childhood hunting, fishing, and cooking for his meat-and-potatoes family to his slow transition to ultrarunning and veganism, Scott’s story shows the power of an iron will and blows apart the stereotypes of what athletes should eat to fuel optimal performance. Full of stories of competition as well as science and practical advice—including his own recipes—Eat and Run will motivate readers and expand their food horizons.