More with Less: Whole Food Cooking Made Irresistibly Simple
2019 James Beard Award Nominee (Health and Special Diets)
A modern, yet basic interpretation of cooking with entire nourishments—loaded up with innovative mixes that utilization less fixings to raise ordinary toll into something unprecedented.
This isn't your normal solid cookbook.
This is moderate food quick.
This is high-sway flavor in ten fixings or less.
This is spotless eating for the cutting edge sense of taste and timetable.
This is food you need to eat.
Think about the plans as basic conditions. Utilizing a couple of fixings + simple arrangements + natively constructed sauces, creator Jodi Moreno gives you the devices you have to make complex flavors with little exertion. This food is ideal for a bustling day however modern enough to share.
With idiot proof plans like:
Coconut + Ginger + Turmeric + Oats
Nectar Roasted Nectarines + Kale + Pine Nut + Oat Croutons
Harissa + Coconut Milk + Delicata Squash + Lentils
Salmon + Broccoli + Spicy Ginger Sesame Mustard
Apple + Miso + Date Crisp
About the Author
JODI MORENO is a natural foods chef, food stylist, photographer, and the creator of the award-winning blog, "What's Cooking Good Looking."Her creative, healthy, simple recipes have been featured on Saveur, Better Homes and Gardens, and PBS. She is also a recipe developer for brands such as Whole Foods, Simply Organic, Reynolds Wrap, and Saveur. She divides her time between New York City and Amagansett, NY.
The More With Less cookbook is now my all time favorite/go-to cookbook, for both every day meals and special dinners for friends and family. I found it while browsing in a tiny Mill Valley, CA bookstore and have already given it as a gift to 4 people, and recommended it to many more. While there are LOTS of cookbooks for healthy eating, this one is head and shoulders above the crowd because of how incredibly delicious the recipes are—featuring amazing sauces, snacks and ‘nibbles’, and creative approaches to healthy, low-on-the-food-chain cooking. Virtually all are either gluten free or easily adaptable. I am married to a traditional “meat and potatoes” guy who has LOVED everything I have made from these easy, fantastic recipes—including quinoa/beet/shiitake mushroom beet burgers, when he (previously) thought he didn’t like the first two ingredients.-Patricia
I really love the simple elegance of this book. It makes cooking clean, healthier meals more fun and certainly more delicious. I know this isn't it's purpose, but the appearance of the book is also so aesthetically pleasing; it looks gorgeous in my kitchen. The coconut lime fish stew has become one of my staple dishes and I am in love with her smoothie recipes!!-Marrie Margaret
The "More with Less: Whole Food Cooking Made Irresistibly Simple" has become my day-to-day go to cookbook! All the recipes are delicious but take healthier twists (which I love) and minimal ingredients. We recently featured it at my cookbook club, and all our members were wow-ed by the dishes created from it. I especially love that you can make chocolate mousse with sweet potatoes . The flourless chocolate blood orange cake (gluten-free and dairy-free) was a crowd favorite along with the curried sweet potato + yellow split pea stew with crispy shallots and also the oven-baked risotto rice with kale + leek + mushrooms.-Ashton