Women's Fitness (UK) - - Fitness - by Sarah Wil­son

£9.99, Blue­bird Thei Quit­sug­arslow Cook­er­cook­book con­tains more than 80 sim­ple and nutri­tious meals that are per­fect for the time-poor. It’s split into cat­e­gories (in­clud­ing hearty break­fasts, com­fort clas­sics, and cakes and puds) with a sim­ple guide that iden­ti­fies pa­leo- and gluten free-friendly recipes, each eas­ily mod­i­fied to cater for di­etary needs.

Al­though the recipes rely on a well-stocked spice cupboard, the ad­di­tional in­gre­di­ents are eas­ily avail­able. This book is ideal for meat lovers, but lacks veg­e­tar­ian and fish al­ter­na­tives. I would rec­om­mend this book for fam­i­lies cook­ing big quan­ti­ties or sin­gles who are look­ing to meal prep. Sarah’s prin­ci­ple is to quit sugar by cook­ing from scratch and avoid­ing pro­cessed foods. Slow­cook­ing is eas­ily adapt­able to busy life­styles and a low-cost al­ter­na­tive to tra­di­tional cook­ing. STAR RAT­ING: ✰✰✰ ✰✰ Han­nah Thomp­son, Lon­don

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