This authoritative new title from health and wellness expert Renee Elliott is a modern encyclopedia of 99 brilliant ingredients that will help you use them in the best possible and easiest way. Carefully curated by Renee in close collaboration with the buyers of pioneering organic supermarket Planet Organic, it's a mix of great ordinary ingredients that you may be taking for granted - like apples, nuts and beans - and ingredients you may have heard of but haven't yet included in your diet. Eating well as Renee says is 'unavoidably important' for she believes 'many of the illnesses that plague us today, such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease are the result of poor eating habits'. The look and feel of this important book will appeal to both millennials and longstanding foodies and for all those looking for an invaluable guide for eating well and living better.
A 'Piece of Passion' from the Publisher...
'The first time I met Renee Elliott I was watching her at panel discussion on start-up businesses in the wellbeing industry. Renee is a wonderful public speaker, and as the pioneer of Planet Organic, she is also an inspiring and hugely experienced entrepreneur. I knew immediately that she was someone I wanted to work with and I was delighted when she agreed to write this book for us. We at Pavilion have learnt a tremendous amount while working on this book and are incredibly proud of What to Eat and How to Eat It. Renee’s take on health and the wellness industry is unique, and her knowledge is second to none. An encyclopaedia of 99 super foods, Renee explains each of their benefits and the best way to prepare and cook with them in delicious recipes. Renée is an established, informative and authentic voice and I am absolutely thrilled to publish What to Eat and How to Eat It.' ~ Katie Cowan, Publisher, Pavilion Books
July 2017 Lifestyle and Health Book of the Month.
A definitive guide to incorporating the most nutritional foods into everyday meals. Each entry offers notes on benefits, selection, preparation and cooking, plus thoroughly useable and delicious recipe suggestions that are quick to prepare simple to cook and rewarding to eat. The health benefits of each ingredient are also indicated - whether they support your digestive system, help protect joints, promote immunity, support a healthy heart or are simply superb for growing hair and skin.
The ingredients are divided into 10 grocery categories to make shopping trips simple:
Beans (including adzuki, black turtle, chickpeas, lentils and peas)
Fermented Foods (such as kombucha, miso and sauerkraut)
Fruit (from avocados to stone fruits)
Grains (including heritage grains like amaranth andof-the-moment 'IT'-grains like quinoa)
Herbs and Spices (such as sumac, chilli, cinnamon, ginger and parsley)
Cooking Ingredients (everyday and unknown - acai, bee pollen, maca, salt)
Meat, fish and Dairy (eggs, cheese, fatty fish, bone broth and beyond)
Nuts and seeds (inc. nut butters and seeds, from cacao and chia to sesame)
Seaweeds (dried and fresh, from algae and arame to nori)
Vegetables (from asparagus to shiitake mushrooms)
The 'Super-useful Store Cupboard' highlights the best flours, natural sweeteners and staples to keep in the kitchen.
Publication date: 15/06/2017
Publisher: Pavilion Books
|Publication date:||15th June 2017|
|Genres:||Cookery, Food and Drink, eBook Favourites, Lifestyle & Health,|
|Categories:||Health & wholefood cookery,|
Renée Elliott is an entrepreneur and organic pioneer, founding Planet Organic, the UK’s first organic supermarket, in 1995. Determined to change food culture, her mission is to promote health in the community. Renée is serving her sixteenth year as a Trustee of the Soil Association, the UK's largest organic certifier, and is on the Catering Mark Standards Committee, working on the independent certification of food in nurseries, schools, universities, workplaces, restaurants, hospitals and care homes. Renée enjoys mentoring entrepreneurs, teaching healthy baking classes and leading inspirational seminars. A mother of three young children, ...More About Renee Elliott