But first: The book opens with over fifty pages full of health and nutrition advice for those with food allergies. This is gold. Very informative reading. The author not only wants to share recipes, but wants to help the reader life a better life. Then we get into the food. Broken down into ten sections, I have to admit the soup and chili chapter drew me in. From Greek lemon, chicken, and rice soup to the spicy Thai curry noodle soup (pictured below), I want to make them all. The salads are healthy and look amazing (see the crunchy taco salad with spiced ground turkey and cilantro-lime vinaigrette pictured below!) There are also baked goods, pasta, desserts, and more. So much yum in this book. I can't wait to get started.
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