VEN­TURE FORTH AND EX­PLORE WHAT WE’VE BEEN READING. FROM SALADS TO SMOOTH­IES, TH­ESE ARE THE BOOKS THAT KEEP OUR FOOD EX­CIT­ING!

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The Raw­some Ve­gan Cook­book: A Bal­ance of Raw and Lightly-Cooked, Gluten-Free Plant-Based Meals for Healthy Liv­ing [Page Street Pub­lish­ing, 2015] by Emily von Euw Emily von Euw’s new­est col­lec­tion of raw recipes truly stands out. She has a mix of salads, soups, and sand­wiches, but keeps read­ers on their toes with sur­prises such as pizza, burg­ers, and yes, even “mac­a­roni and cheese.” // pagestreet­pub­lish­ing.com

The Whole Co­conut Cook­book: Vi­brant DairyFree, Gluten-Free Recipes Fea­tur­ing Na­ture’s Most Ver­sa­tile In­gre­di­ent [Ten Speed Press, 2016] by Nathalie Fraise Fraise takes an en­com­pass­ing look at what the co­conut has to of­fer in her recipes. From smooth­ies to curry to a va­ri­ety of desserts, you’ll have no trou­bles adding this su­per in­gre­di­ent to your ev­ery­day meals. // ten­speed­press.com

Su­per­foods at Ev­ery Meal: Nour­ish Your Fam­ily with Quick and Easy Recipes Us­ing 10 Ev­ery­day Su­per­foods [Fair Winds Press, 2015] by Kelly Pfeif­fer This book show­cases a va­ri­ety of riffs on 10 su­per­foods in­clud­ing kale, co­conut oil, blueberries, and wal­nuts. You’ll be pleas­antly and de­li­ciously sur­prised by the ver­sa­til­ity of th­ese in­gre­di­ents and their nu­tri­tional prop­er­ties. // fair­winds-press.com

Su­per Foods Ev­ery Day: 65 Recipes for Op­ti­mal Health [Ten Speed Press, 2015] by Sue Quinn This book show­cases in­gre­di­ents in de­li­cious and health­ful recipes. There are 65 recipes that fo­cus on kale, sea­weed, co­coa, av­o­cado, and many more su­per­foods. // ten­speed­press.com

The Blender Girl Smooth­ies: 100 Gluten-Free, Ve­gan, and Pa­leo-Friendly Recipes [Ten Speed Press, 2015] by Tess Masters Tess Masters made a great choice when she or­ga­nized her book by fla­vor. From light and fruity to ex­otic rides, it’s easy to find ex­actly the smoothie you’re crav­ing. Plus, each smoothie has three op­tional boost­ers (like chia seeds, gin­ger, co­conut oil, or wheat grass), so you have even more free­dom to in­crease fla­vor, nu­tri­ent value, or both. // ten­speed­press.com

Green Smooth­ies: Juices, Smooth­ies, Nut Milks, and Ton­ics [Ten Speed Press, 2015] by Fern Green We love this book for all its (beau­ti­fully de­signed) in­for­ma­tion. Each recipe has a fla­vor guide, from sa­vory to sweet, shows a be­fore and af­ter pic­ture of all the in­gre­di­ents needed, and lists health ben­e­fits like anti-in­flam­ma­tory, skin-en­hanc­ing, me­tab­o­lism-boost­ing, and more. // ten­speed­press.com

Happy Foods: Over 100 Mood-Boost­ing Recipes [Viva Edi­tions, 2016] by Karen Wang Diggs Chef, nu­tri­tion­ist, cook­ing in­struc­tor, and now author, Karen Wang Diggs brings her wealth of food knowl­edge and recipes to read­ers ev­ery­where. Happy Foods guides us through eat­ing bet­ter, feel­ing bet­ter, and how any­one can do both. // vi­vaedi­tions.com

Sim­ple Green Smooth­ies: 100+ Tasty Recipes to Lose Weight, Gain En­ergy, and Feel Great in Your Body [Ro­dale, 2015] by Jen Hansard and Jadah Sell­ner Whether you’re a die-hard smoothie slam­mer, or just dip­ping your toes in the fruity wa­ter, Sim­ple Green Smooth­ies has a recipe for you. Start­ing with a 10-day smoothie trial pe­riod, the book ex­pands from there, giv­ing tips on how to get more greens, re­place a meal, and make your own smoothie con­coc­tions—that ac­tu­ally taste good! // ro­daleinc.com/prod­ucts/books

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