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Leafy Greens: An A-to-Z Guide to 30 Types of Greens Plus More Than 120 Delicious Recipes Reviews

hwood

Eat more greens, eat better greens

Posted

Pros: concise, solid, I have tried a lot of the recipes and they all work, promotes good healthy eating habits

Cons: I wish that the second edition had been expanded, not just reprinted

  As a physician, I am occasionally asked how to eat for health. My answer is simple: eat more leafy greens, and substitute them for some of whatever you’re eating now. This invariably disappoints people who are hoping for the rare exotic fruit that will cure all ills or the perfect supplement that will make a sane diet and regular exercise unnecessary. However unglamorous, it remains true that if you’re going to make one change in your diet, more leafy greens are one of the nicest things you can do for yourself.   With this mindset, it’s not surprising that Mark Bittman’s Leafy Greens has been one of my favorite cookbooks since it was first published in the late 1990s....
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