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The Sprouted Kitchen Bowl and Spoon: Simple and Inspired Whole Foods Recipes to Savor and Share Hardcover – Mar 31 2015
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“We love that Sara’s recipes are always focused on ‘real’ ingredients, simple to prepare, and undoubtedly delicious. The bowl theme is brilliant and exactly how we prefer to eat our everyday meals.”
—David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl, cookbook authors and creators of the blog Green Kitchen Stories
“A cookbook celebrating one of the most ancient and satisfying culinary vessels is a welcome addition to my kitchen. And, as many know, Sara Forte has a knack for dreaming up nutritious and vibrant dishes. With The Sprouted Kitchen Bowl+Spoon there is no shortage of brilliant compositions. Simple, enticing, beautifully photographed, this is nourishing food you’ll be happy to enjoy.”
—Heidi Swanson, author of Super Natural Every Day
About the Author
SARA FORTE discovered her love for whole foods while working on an organic farm. Soon after, she launched The Sprouted Kitchen blog (sproutedkitchen.com) with her husband, Hugh. Sara's work has been featured in InStyle, Better Homes & Gardens, Sunset, Fine Cooking, The Kitchn, Etsy, Food 52, and EcoSalon, and the blog was a recent finalist in Saveur's Best Food Blog Awards for Best Food Photography.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
This cookbook is an actual cookbook for the everyday cook. Forget about time-consuming recipes that involve hours of prep work. The recipes in this book are healthy, wholesome and not at all fussy. It's not that you can't impress guests with the delicious flavour combinations from these pages - you certainly can - but these are recipes that you can pull together for dinner after a long day at work.
Recipes are 'bowl foods' - a great concept that I think really hits all my comfort food buttons. Many are vegetarian, which works perfectly for me. The photos are all gorgeous and there is a good mix of breakfast bowls, side bowls, main bowls and dessert bowls.
I've already bookmarked dozens of recipes to try (when I got the book it was so beautiful that I read it cover to cover twice and spent two days trying to decide what to make first). We've already made the potato, asparagus breakfast bowl (sans eggs cause I'm not a huge egg person) which was absolutely delicious (Nothing better than crispy potatoes, my dad loved the green sauce and has been pouring the leftover on everything). Tonight, we have the cauliflower gratin up and either the delicata squash or brussels sprouts salad. Update: The brussels sprout salad (greenie bowl) was delicious. The cauliflower gratin was good, but a bit too heavy to eat as a main - would make again as a side.
This one is definitely worth adding to the collection.
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Loved her first book, and LOVE this one too!
Great ideas, beautiful pictures, all around terrific book.