Chatelaine’s Superfood Cookbook by The Chatelaine Kitchen

Chatelaine’s Superfood Cookbook

By The Chatelaine Kitchen

  • Release Date: 2012-11-16
  • Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine
Score: 4
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Description

Give your health a major boost with these nutrient-packed, disease-fighting superfoods. We share the best ingredients, from A-Z, partnered with delicious, easy to make recipes direct from the Chatelaine Kitchen.

Reviews

  • Favourite cookbook!!!

    5
    By Hallo woo hoo
    Healthy and yummy<<
  • Want to try these.

    4
    By ✪ JD ✪
    I get the alphabet idea and doesn’t bother me about their chronological order regarding desserts and meals. I noticed that part of the last recipe is on the next recipe page, which I find odd.
  • Superfood Cookbook

    5
    By BobbyNicki
    Very useful!We have had a lot of fun with this.
  • Chatelaine kitchen

    5
    By thenun52
    Love this cookbook. Full of nutritional information on different foods and great easy to make recipes.
  • Enjoyed !

    5
    By healthylexie
    Recipes look super good and tasty!
  • Chatelaine super food cookbook

    5
    By smokelady
    I would normally not take a second look at chatelaine magazine but this cookbook is phenomenal and I couldn't say enough about it. So great!! Eternally thankful to I tunes for gifting it and chatelaine for writing it.
  • Good Creations

    3
    By Crazy Bookworm
    The book is excellent, but the recipes require too much ingredients and you end up buying a whole bunch of things but don't eat all of it. Maybe there should be, like, simpler recipes that don't require so much ingredients.
  • Superfood CookBook

    4
    By Rbenger
    Each recipe is well written. It could be divided into sections ; soups&salads, appetizers, etc.
  • Médium

    3
    By Tamtamien
    I dont lime the classification of the receipe
  • Wonderful

    5
    By Mexijo
    I find this cookbook, informative, simple and easy to use. I don't find it unorganized as a few other reviews stated.Main ingredients are listed alphabetically, so if you like blueberries, tap on the letter B and you will see a recipe with that main ingredient used. Once you see the recipe you'll know weather it is a main entree, soup, beverage or desert, so really I find that there is no reason they need to be classified as such as one reviewer suggested. I have only read to the letter K and am looking forward to trying 4 or 5 recipes already.

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