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The Eat-Clean Diet Cookbook: Great-Tasting Recipes that Keep You Lean! von [Reno, Tosca]
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Tosca Reno is not only a health and fitness expert, but also a fabulous cook. Who better to write a stunning cookbook that everyone will love? Get: * 150 beautiful food photographs * Delectable low-fat beef, pork, chicken and fish dinners * Protein-rich meat-free recipes * Gluten-free meals * Tips on eating clean in difficult situations * Timesaving one-dish meals for busy moms * Great recipes on the go * How to prepare an elegant clean-eating event.

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Contains low-fat beef, pork, chicken and fish dinners, protein-rich meat-free recipes and Gluten-free meals. This book presents tips on eating clean in difficult situations and time saving one-dish meals for busy moms.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 33670 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 358 Seiten
  • Verlag: Ballantine Books (19. Oktober 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00B3M3ASI
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Verbesserter Schriftsatz: Aktiviert
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Von airflow am 26. Mai 2015
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Obwohl das Kochbuch wirklich viele, auch sehr unterschiedliche Rezepte enthält, schmecken mir die meisten leider nicht, weil sie einfach nicht meinen Geschmack treffen. Schade - die Idee, die hinter dem Buch steckt, ist ja eigentlich gut!
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I am so glad there's now a cookbook for anyone who wants to eat "clean". After I read Tosca Reno's first book I felt like clean-eating made so much sense, but I was a little panicked, thinking, "Ok, but what CAN I eat??". I've tried lots of recipes in this book, and they have all been good and the plan is simple:

Eat 5-6 small meals daily, every 2-3 hours.
Combine lean protein and complex carbs in each meal.
Drink a minimum of 2 liters/8cups of water daily.
Don't skip meals, especially breakfast.
Carry a cooler loaded with Clean-Eating foods for the day.
Avoid all over-processed, refined foods (white sugar, white flour), all trans and saturated fats,
alcohol, calorie-dense foods with no nutritional value, sodas, colas, and juices.
Eat fresh fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats.
Eat proper sized portions.

I hope she writes another book with another batch of them! My wife and I have been eating clean for almost a month now, and we feel so much better, our clothes fit better, and we've each dropped a few pounds. Eating this way is very time-consuming, but so worth the effort!
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Ich habe jetzt schon so einige Sachen aus dem Buch nachgekocht oder gebacken. Es ist sehr gut bebildert und zumindest die Rezepte, die ich schon ausprobiert habe, fand ich sehr lecker. Ist halt meist etwas knoblauchlastig, aber den Knoblauch kann man ja zur Not auch weglassen.
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HASH(0x9bdfc780) von 5 Sternen Awesome, delicious recipes 5. November 2007
Von H. Grove (errantdreams) - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
At first glance this book might not seem that different from other good healthful eating cookbooks, such as "EatingWell Serves Two" and its ilk. They all contain plenty of recipes with lean meats, whole grains, etc. They all contain great helpful hints to assist you through understanding how to work with healthy foods, how to make them interesting, etc. They all contain some nice photographs to make the food seem alluring and yummy.

However, to me there's one key difference. Tosca Reno's recipes aren't bland.

I'm well aware that there's a sizable contingent of people out there who want their diet food to resemble bland, "normal" American fare as much as possible; I'm not going to mark down a book for catering to that crowd, even though I don't personally enjoy that approach.

However, I'm certainly happy to sing the praises of a book that finally satisfies my desire for flavorful, creative diet food. I know it can be done, and it's my feeling that part of the reason a lot of people think diet food sucks is because they want flavorful food and most diet books cater to the safe, bland crowd. Well, Tosca Reno is one health and fitness advocate who doesn't seem to believe in that.

One of the recipes we tried from this book was a stuffed pumpkin recipe that involved things like ground bison and wild rice. It was incredibly delicious, even as leftovers---one of those recipes that don't taste like diet food at all (and that's the way it should be!).

Another was a breakfast burrito that wowed us so much that we use variations on it regularly now as a savory break from hot breakfast cereal.

There's a white bean tuna spread that I like as much as standard tuna salad (and it's a lot healthier!), and a couscous salad with chevre, oregano, and vegetables that's out of this world.

If you're the kind of person who finds most healthy or diet cookbooks to be bland and underwhelming, then I suggest you try this one instead. It challenges your creativity, suggests ways to work with unusual ingredients, and provides all the flavor those other books are missing!
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HASH(0x8eba3558) von 5 Sternen Wishing other cookbooks would learn from this one... 18. März 2008
Von BlueYetti - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is flat out - the best cookbook I've ever come across. There is a color picture, nutritional information, prep and cooking times, and "tips" for EVERY recipe. Ingredients are printed in their own color text - making it easy to scan the page for ingredients when preparing to shop/plan.

Ingredients are pretty average - not so obscure that you can't find them at your local store. There is an occasional oil or grain that is not so commonplace, but Tosca offers substitutions for most of those ingredients (or you can sub with things on your own fairly easily). Or you can always find them on amazon - and most likely save some $ there as well.

As for kiddos - kids are easily influenced - if they see you eating a certain way - they will eventually come around. The other part I've found helpful in getting kids to eat healthier - presentation. That is the #1 most important thing when feeding children. Kids like dipping - they like finger foods, or creating their own meal... which a lot of these recipes allow for.

I'm not sure why one review stated recipes are too long either. Recipes times range from 10-60 minutes, with most averaging around the 30-45 minute time frame. If you read through most recipes you can come up with ways to shorten times (or Tosca suggests them). Things that we do for example... prep veggies the morning before (or the entire dish), use leftovers - chicken/rice/etc, instead of cooking things separately throw them in together from the beginning, canned/jar substitutes(beans, garlic, etc). And a lot of the cooking times vary based on your appliances. I can usually knock 5-10 minutes off because our oven cooks faster than what is usually listed.

Many of the animal proteins she suggests are becoming more readily available - turkey & buffalo...I can find both at our local Kroger or Meijers. Sams Club is carrying ground turkey and turkey breasts now for a decent price as well.

Fat content is high"er" on some recipes, but it's not due to saturated or trans fats. I have high cholesterol and I thought that cutting out all fats would be the way to lower it - WRONG. You can't cut fat out of your diet entirely - your body needs those just as much as anything else. You have to choose the right kinds of fats - which Tosca does wisely in each recipe. The key to good nutrition and healthy eating is finding the right balance - not by cutting one thing out or increasing another.

Calories may be higher on some recipes, but if you're eating the 'clean-eating' way... you'll find that you can still manage to be under your total calories per day. The idea Tosca suggests at the beginning of the book: Eat 5-6 small meals every day by eating every 2-3 hours (which is why portion sizes are smaller) - if you do so - you won't be hungry and feel a need to 'super size'; combine lean protein and complex carbs at every meal; drink at least 8 cups of water every day; never miss a meal; carry a cooler with clean-eating foods to get you through the day; avoid over-processed, refined foods (white flour and sugar are EVIL); avoid anything loaded with sugar (soda, juices, etc); avoid alcohol (another sugar); depend on fresh fruits and veggies for fiber, vitamins and enzymes; and stick to proper portion sizes!

As for cost, some ingredients are more costly. However, if you're eating this way, you'll find yourself eating smaller amounts because your body will be using more of the food.

Proteins are all lean - and she offers ways to make recipes gluten free or vegan to accommodate different eating habits. Seasonings involve fresh herbs, fruits, different - good 4 u - oils, etc.

5 stars for the clean-eating concept and cookbook!
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HASH(0x8eb9fb04) von 5 Sternen Disappointing 15. März 2008
Von Sussya - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I was really excited to get this book. I regularly read Tosca's columns in Oxygen, and was thrilled to find a recipe book she'd written. I have to say I was pretty disappointed once I read through it. There are a couple of good recipes I can use, but the MAJORITY of the recipes use ingredients that are difficult to find (bison, quinoa, pumpkin oil???--you certainly won't find most of them at Kroger's or your average grocery store) and expensive to purchase once you find them. Some of these are fine for the occasional meal, but not practical to prepare on a daily basis unless you're independently wealthy, which I guess being Tosca, you would be. :) I wish she would have taken a more practical approach for those of us moderate income families that also wish to eat healthy meals.

I have 3 small kids that wouldn't DREAM of eating some of the stuff in this cookbook. I wouldn't be able to pass that off to them in even the sneakiest of ways. There were a few family-type recipes we enjoyed, like the whole wheat bread recipe or the summer roasted salmon, and would have liked to have seen more like those. But the majority of these recipes were geared for adults. And really, when you're a busy mom trying make time to eat clean and exercise, do you really have time to make a "kid dinner" and an "adult dinner"? Most of these recipes are just too exotic for the average family.

I'm sure this is a great book for many, it just didn't suit our needs. If you find yourself attracted to exotic recipes and food choices, this just may be the cookbook for you. If, on the other hand, you are trying to eat healthy and relatively inexpensively and feed your family the same way, look elsewhere.
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HASH(0x8ebac72c) von 5 Sternen Tosca Reno's Eat-Clean Diet Cookbook 4. Oktober 2008
Von Kelly Jadon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
From: [...]

This long awaited, eagerly anticipated cookbook is sure to please fans of Tosca Reno's overnight weight loss success story, who have been clamoring for more eat-clean recipes. Following up on the heels of best-seller The Eat-Clean DIET, which also included food guidelines and preparation ideas, The Eat-Clean DIET Cookbook takes readers to a whole new level of flavorful enjoyment.

The Eat-Clean DIET Cookbook features over 150 EASY recipes. Yes, they really are pretty easy, incorporating quicker stir-frys, crock pot cooking, handheld blenders, and food processors. Trying the Applesauce Oatmeal Muffins and the Power Oatmeal Pancakes, I found the recipes simple to prepare, low in sugar, protein adequate, and whole grain inclusive. Plus, my family loved them! Tosca Reno, herself a mom, knows the value of kid-approved meals. Many of the recipes are Canadian, Asian, and Mediterranean influenced, offering tastes for everyone.

Throughout the book, a bargain soft cover affordable to most, the Clean-Eating Principles Tosca Reno uses to maintain her weight loss, are applied:

Eat 5-6 small meals daily, every 2-3 hours.

Combine lean protein and complex carbs in each meal.

Drink a minimum of 2 liters/8cups of water daily.

Don't skip meals, especially breakfast.

Carry a cooler loaded with Clean-Eating foods for the day.

Avoid all over-processed, refined foods (white sugar, white flour), all trans and saturated fats, alcohol, calorie-dense foods with no nutritional value, sodas, colas, and juices.

Eat fresh fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats.

Eat proper sized portions.

The Eat-Clean DIET Cookbook is eleven chapters long, beginning with Tosca Reno's acknowledgement of a "globesity" crisis hounding North America and a recap of her story in the Introduction. She explains the need to be a voice that speaks against "Super Size Me." Other chapters include Breakfast; Soup; Grains; Sauces, Spreads, and Salsas; One-Dish Meals; Proteins; Vegetables; Pasta; Sweets; A Festive Occasion; and a Question & Answer section, which covers the most popular queries the author receives.

Tosca Reno introduces novel foods to readers--Vegetarian Chili (with dark chocolate as an ingredient), Yogurt Cheese, Olive Butter Spread, Wild-Grains Rice Pilaf (using a wheat berries and whole wheat couscous), and Quinoa With Oats. The photos of the dishes are dynamically maximized and beautiful.

Another noteworthy point are valuable charts and explanations. Such as, "What Does 25 Grams of Protein Look Like," which details the calorie count and amount necessary for preparation.

Tosca Reno, herself the "formerly fat housewife turned fit," understands what it takes to physically transform the body. She notes that the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that 65 percent of North Americans are overweight. After weighing in at 200lbs plus and losing over 70lbs, Tosca Reno committed herself to eating-clean. The Eat-Clean DIET Cookbook is her testament to fantastic health.

A BestSeller Review

5 Stars
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HASH(0x8ebac8dc) von 5 Sternen Gorgeous, Delicious and Nutritious 12. Oktober 2007
Von Julianna - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I follow the Eat-Clean Diet and couldn't wait for the cookbook. (The diet book had some recipes, but not enough.) I have definitely not been disappointed. This book is really beautiful with great pictures (definitely a plus) and the food tastes great. I got it last week and I've already made a whole bunch of things. Even treats for my kids. So far my favorite is the Apricot and Chicken Curry a la REne.
But I have to say that the person who wrote that review below makes me a little mad. She obviously doesn't get the whole idea of clean eating. The whole point is that clean eating isn't about calorie counting and fat. It's about getting healthy, nutritious whole foods in proper portion sizes. Remember, healthy fats are good for you -- even if you have heart disease. I've tried every "diet" out there and this is the first one that really made sense to me. I bought the Eat Clean diet in March (but didn't start following it till May). Since then I've lost 20 pounds, which may not be the 10 pounds a week that some diets promise, but I'm happy. And I'm still losing, and I feel great. Even my husband is losing weight and he isn't even trying to.
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