Enrich, Inspire, Transform
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National Trust book of bread / Eastoe, Jane
Subtitle on cover:
Baked products

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Plant-based intermittent fasting : recipes and meal plans for sustained weight loss, a healthy metabolism, and clarity of mind / Limon, Libby.

Cooking (Natural foods)
Intermittent fasting
Reducing diets
Vegan cooking
Weight loss

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Sacred cow : the case for (better) meat / Rodgers, Diana
Cover subtitle:
"Registered dietitian Diana Rodgers and former research biochemist and New York Times bestselling author Robb Wolf explore the quandaries we face in raising and eating animals-focusing on the largest (and most maligned) of farmed animals, the cow, debunking common misconceptions with science-based findings, and arguing unequivocally that meat (done right) should have a place on the table. Accompanying documentary will be released"--Provided by publisher.

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Simply Laura Lea : balanced recipes for everyday living / Brock, Sean
Balanced recipes for everyday living
In Simply Laura Lea the author of The Laura Lea Balanced Cookbook and creator of LLBalanced.com offers a collection of over 130 delicious, balanced, and healthy recipes based on the food she eats every day. Unlike diets that prescribe food restrictions that are neither attainable nor desirable on a long-terms basis, Laura Lea promotes an attainable approach to cooking and eating healthy for life. All of the recipes collected here follow the LL Balanced Approach to Food: Focus on whole, fresh foods that make you feel great. Ditch any preconceived idea of what you should eat, and list to your body; it is your best wellness guru. Indulge in moderation, and occasionally, not in moderation! Have fun and don't take yourself, or your food, too seriously. Enjoy food in a relaxed atmosphere and in the company of dear ones. Above all, practice self-love and patience in the kitchen. It will translate to the rest of your life. In Simply Laura Lea, you'll find familiar dishes that can be cooked in 30 minutes or less. And with ingredient lists comprised of a limited number of easy-to-find items, recipes are approachable and easy-to-follow for new or seasoned home cooks. As Laura Lea likes to say: "No diet, no dogma, just great healthy food."

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Tasty adulting : all your faves, all grown up. / Buzzfeed Inc.

"BuzzFeed's Tasty turns to foundational meals for young cooks who are just starting out with 75 fun, trendsetting recipes that are quick, easy, and totally doable. Let's face it--adulting is hard. Millennials and Gen Z-ers especially struggle to find their groove with more traditional, domestic responsibilites--like cooking. It can be tough to find a resource to help you feel capable and confident in the kitchen and happy and well-fed at the table. Already beloved for its easy and, well, tasty recipes, Tasty is the perfect brand to bring the fun and ease to cooking for people just starting to grapple with the tricky world of adulthood. Tasty Adulting covers all the basics and more, with chapters like Souper Heroes, Put Some Meat On Your Bones, and A Sweet Finish, as well as a whole section for having people over and another just for pasta. These recipes are the ones fans know and love mixed with exciting new ones, all perfect for newbies in the kitchen"--Provided by publisher.

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Tasty pride : 75 recipes and stories from the queer food community / Buzzfeed Inc.
Pride :
"From the wildly popular, fiercely inclusive BuzzFeed cooking brand comes 75 recipes from prominent LGBTQ+ cooks and foodies"--Provided by publisher.

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The big book of amazing cakes : the Great British baking show / Hollywood, Paul
Great British baking show
"The ultimate cake-baking bible, The Big Book of Amazing Cakes brings the magic of The Great British Baking Show to your kitchen with easy-to-follow recipes for every shape, size and delicious flavor of cake you can imagine"--Provided by publisher.

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The man who ate too much : the life of James Beard / Birdsall, John

"The definitive biography of America's best-known and least understood food personality, and the modern culinary landscape he shaped. After World War II, a newly affluent United States reached for its own gourmet culture, one at ease with the French international style of Escoffier, but also distinctly American. Enter James Beard, authority on cooking and eating, his larger-than-life presence and collection of whimsical bow ties synonymous with the nation's food for decades, even after his death in 1985.In the first biography of Beard in twenty-five years, acclaimed writer John Birdsall argues that Beard's struggles as a closeted gay man directly influenced his creation of an American cuisine. Starting in the 1920s, Beard escaped loneliness and banishment by traveling abroad to places where people ate for pleasure, not utility, and found acceptance at home by crafting an American ethos of food likewise built on passion and delight. Informed by never-before-tapped correspondence and lush with details of a golden age of home cooking, The Man Who Ate Too Much is a commanding portrait of a towering figure who still represents the best in food"--Provided by publisher.

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The self-care cookbook : easy healing plant-based recipes / Ogston, Gemma.

"In The Self-Care Cookbook, plant-based chef Gemma Ogston introduces us to eating as the ultimate form of self-care, whether you're a full-time vegan, flexitarian, or just looking for simple recipes developed with wellness in mind. Each recipe has been crafted to nurture your body and mind. Organized by some of the core goals of self-care routines--Restore, Rebalance, Reflect, and Renew--The Self-Care Cookbook demonstrates countless ways to embrace your mood and understand your body's needs through recipes as well as activities outside of the kitchen"--Provided by publisher.