It's All Good

It's All Good

Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great

eBook - 2013
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Together with Julia Turshen, Paltrow compiled a collection of 185 delicious, easy recipes--free of gluten and sugar, and low in fat--that will help you stay healthy, feel more energetic and look great. Recipes include: huevos rancheros, Korean chicken tacos, salmon burgers with pickled ginger, even power brownies, banana "ice cream", and more!-- Source other than Library of Congress.
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Life & Style, 2013.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781455578757
1455578754
9781455522705
1455522708
1455522716
9781455522712
Characteristics: 1 online resource (303 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)

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I am not a goop fan, at all. But I picked this us and couldn't stop picking though the recipes. Recipes aren't difficult and the flavor combos are inspiring, I too, like another reader will probably purchase after I return my library copy. I did read the first book-and found that one hokey and dull. This is a *much* better book.

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husika
Jun 21, 2015

A fantastic book, much better for your recipes than in the first cookbook she wrote. These recipes are simpler to prepare, many of them are gluten free, low calorie recipes that are high in fibre and protein. Highly recommend it. No wonder Gwyneth looks and feels so great!

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juliakass
Sep 09, 2014

I made many of the recipes and thought that they were delicious. I didn't find any of the ingredients expensive or hard to find. Some things I skipped or substituted. But overall, I loved the simplicity and new ideas for healthful meals for my family. We loved the black bean and guacamole tacos, cauliflower and chickpeas with parsley and mustard, fish tacos, rice bowl sundaes, pickled jalapenos and ginger/lemon tea + the entire salad section and salad dressings are terrific--the Green Goddess was especially terrific (i used greek yogurt rather than goat or sheep yogurt or veganaise). I could have made any one of these recipes without the cookbook, but the combinations, spices, and ideas were terrific. I cannot afford a personal chef--it's nice to learn from someone who has the resources and shares.

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bayougal
Dec 24, 2013

Beautiful book, easy to make, simple recipes that don't require a lot of specialty ingredients, which was a surprise to me.
Well photographed and although somewhat pompously narrated by Ms. Paltrow, I will be using some of the recipes and techniques she advises.

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gloryb
Sep 09, 2013

Just finished copying some of the recipes in this book to use later as loan period is so short. Ingredient list is never long and method is simple. On reading some of the recipes I ask myself, "You need a recipe for that?" like Chicken Fajitas, fried/boiled eggs. While she does use products not in my pantry, there are other recipes where special ingredients are not needed. Her recipes are influenced with Asian and Mexican flavors so expect to see miso, soy, peppers, fish sauce, ginger, and hoisin sauce in the recipes plus no dairy but almond or rice milk. She often uses maple syrup or honey instead of sugar for sweetners. I had to laugh at her "Shephard's Pie" made with black beans and no lamb or hamburger in sight. I tried her Japanese chicken meatballs with ginger, soy, maple syrup mixed with ground chicken and then fried and served with hoisin sauce. Quite good..like a cocktail meatball. Good hot or cold. I hope the other recipes I wrote out are equally as good. Might make the banana and date muffins next. Her weekly food schedules at the back of the book might help with meal planning.

victoriakim Aug 07, 2013

Loved this book! In fact, I am thinking of actually buying this book once I have to return my library copy! Full of fresh, unusual recipes using uber-healthy ingredients.

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bentleybonge
Jul 31, 2013

It is a good guide to start changing out your pantry, but many of the items are expensive. Not realistic for people on a limited budget.

rowanquincy Jul 12, 2013

Didn't like this at all. Not one recipe I was tempted to try. Recipes often called for unusual ingredients that would be hard to find. Maybe good for a person who is vegan or needs to avoid gluten.

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dfpoz
Jul 09, 2013

I am a big fan of both of Ms Paltrow's cookbooks. While I liked the first better, I do really like this one. It has great ideas and encourages readers to take a leap of faith & venture into finding their own spin on the recipes. It shouldn't be a standout, but these days, so many books (in general) are produced on the cheap, this one is definitely well thought out, well written and has high quality in the printing & photos. It would definitely hold up, in a variety of ways, in anyone's personal cookbook library. I do take a bit of an issue with the frequent use of spelt, which is NOT gluten free. However, unlike many, the authors of this book make a point of mentioning the facts & offer up alternatives. This is definitely a book for both those new to cooking gluten free & dairy free, as well as those of us with yrs of experience.

lppires Jul 04, 2013

Love this book. Full of healthy recipes, exactly what I was looking for. I am buying one copy for myself.

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