Good Food for Everyone: Farm Fresh Clean Eating

Danielle Gaebel. Natural Contents, $25 (194p) ISBN 978-1-48358-799-8
Food blogger Gaebel’s first cookbook does little to expand the already-bloated category of gluten-, grain-, and soy-free recipes that are paleo and vegan friendly. The dishes range from familiar (roasted butternut sage soup, kale salad, gnocchi with sage butter, deviled eggs, rosemary roasted nuts) to quirky and inventive (hash-brown egg nests, caramelized-onion spinach dip). Many of Gaebel’s recipes are fairly straightforward. An exception is the multistep sweet-potato cinnamon rolls. What’s puzzling is the inclusion of a chapter on meat, with recipes for average fare such as chicken salad and Italian meatballs, as well as recipes for dishes that are anything but fresh, clean, and vegan friendly, such as a recipe for corn-dog bites that calls for plain-old hot dogs. The book’s often arch approach (alternative dairy ingredients made from nuts are spelled mylk instead of milk) doesn’t do it any favors either, leaving homecooks to question what the focus of the book really is. (BookLife)
Reviewed on: 05/15/2017
Genre: Nonfiction
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