With simple-to-prepare yet exotic and delicious recipes such as Moroccan Pumpkin Soup and Roasted Bison Tenderloin with Apple Butter Sauce, Tosca shows us that eating clean can be as delicious and stimulating to the palate as it is satisfying and beneficial. She teases your tastebuds and challenges your preconceptions, but she also understands that time is a precious commodity, so her recipes are easy to prepare. Get: Over 150 delicious recipes, each with a gorgeous, mouth-watering full-page photo by renowned food photographer Donna Griffith; The finest foods the world has to offer, with simple instructions for preparation; Inspiring lifestyle photographs of Tosca; Tips, tricks, advice and information for those new to the art of cooking.
5 Stars Great book!!
Beautiful full color pictures and recipes so delicious no one will know they are super good for you!
3 Stars Not as good as her other cookbooks
I am a big fan of Tosca and have enjoyed her other books, so I purchased this one hoping to add a greater variety of recipes to my current favorites. Although I like the format of the book and the beautiful photos, many of the recipes are just not appealing to me, and I know my family would never try them. I also agree with other reviewers that many of the unusual, hard to find ingredients prevent me from even wanting to try a recipe. If you only purchase one of Tosca’s cookbooks, I would recommend the original Eat Clean Diet Cookbook.
5 Stars Listen to Tosca
If you are at all familiar with Tosca Reno and her Clean Eating Diet, then you will truly appreciate this cookbook. She takes the daunting task of figuring out healthy eating, and turns it into easy, tasty recipes that even the novice cook can do.
5 Stars Tosca Reno’s Eat Clean CookBook
Love Love this cook book,I make the dinner’s for my family and the kids love it,and I’m so happy we are eating healthy:)
2 Stars Not what I expected
I purchased this book with excitement, I even pre-ordered it! I purchased the first book and absolutely loved it. I have been a clean eater for many years. Tosca’s first book was a great addition to my cookbook library. The follow up book to me seems “too much” yet at the same time “nothing”. It has way too many ingredients and even some hard to find items. Then the extreme with filler recipes. What’s the fascination with coconut products? Some recipes are almost boring. Trying to get the general population to even remotely eat healthy, let alone clean is a hugh task. If you make it too involved and to some too much effort, the book will either be sold as new/used or it will sit on the shelf. I don’t see the passion in this book as with the first. The first book is clearly more of an example of clean eating. Simple, fast and tastes great. Tosca has lost touch with her roots on this book. If I want a real international cuisine cookbook, I will purchase a real international cookbook. Thanks, but no thanks.