↠ 100 Days of Real Food: How We Did It, What We Learned, and 100 Easy, Wholesome Recipes Your Family Will Love || ☆ PDF Read by Ô Lisa Leake

By Lisa Leake | Comments: ( 624 ) | Date: ( Feb 21, 2020 )

Simple, family friendly recipes and practical advice to help you ditch processed food and eat better every day Thanks to Michael Pollan s In Defense of Food, Lisa Leake was given the wake up call of her life when she realized that many of the foods she was feeding her family were actually foodlike substances So she, her husband, and their two young girls completely overSimple, family friendly recipes and practical advice to help you ditch processed food and eat better every day Thanks to Michael Pollan s In Defense of Food, Lisa Leake was given the wake up call of her life when she realized that many of the foods she was feeding her family were actually foodlike substances So she, her husband, and their two young girls completely overhauled their diets by pledging to go 100 days without eating highly processed or refined foods a challenge she opened to readers on her blog What she thought would be a short term experiment turned out to have a huge impact on her personally After wading through their fair share of challenges, experiencing unexpected improvements in health, and gaining a preference for fresh, wholesome meals, the Leakes happily adopted their commitment to real food as their new normal Now Lisa shares her family s story, offering insights and cost conscious recipes everyone can use to enjoy wholesome natural food prepared with easily found ingredients such as whole grains, fruits and vegetables, seafood, locally raised meats, whole milk dairy products, nuts, natural sweeteners, and .Filled with step by step instructions, this hands on cookbook and guide includes Advice for navigating the grocery store and making smart real food purchases Tips for reading ingredient labels 100 quick and easy recipes for such favorites as Homemade Chicken Nuggets, Whole Wheat Pasta with Kale Pesto Cream Sauce, Cheesy Broccoli Casserole, The Best Pulled Pork in the Slow Cooker, and Cinnamon Glazed Popcorn Meal plans and suggestions for kid pleasing school lunches, parties, and snacks A 10 day mini starter program, and much .100 Days of Real Food offers all the support, encouragement, and guidance you ll need to make these incredibly important and timely life changes.

  • Title: 100 Days of Real Food: How We Did It, What We Learned, and 100 Easy, Wholesome Recipes Your Family Will Love
  • Author: Lisa Leake
  • ISBN: 9780062252555
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Lisa Leake

Lisa Leake is a wife, mother, foodie, blogger and author of the 1 New York Times Best Seller, 100 Days of Real Food She began chronicling her family s journey on 100DaysofRealFood when in 2010 they decided to start seeking out the real food in our processed food world What started as a simple pledge has turned into a valuable and practical resource that s now read by millions around the globe Lisa has appeared on Dr Oz, Good Morning America, CNN, and The Doctors TV Show.

Comments 100 Days of Real Food: How We Did It, What We Learned, and 100 Easy, Wholesome Recipes Your Family Will Love

  • Huma Rashid

    I mean, it has some good recipes, so that's nice, but honestly, this is what happens when literally anyone can publicize their change in eating habits and brand themselves an "expert."THe GMO section was hilarious to me, but also very sad because it was the perfect illustration of scientific illiteracy. Obviously, the author feels that GMOs are bad, adn lists a bunch of fruits/vegetables that are 'at risk' or whatever for being modified. And I'm sitting there like, lady, ORANGES ARE GMOS. ORANGE [...]

  • Brianne

    Lisa Leake is pretentious, and that pretentious attitude saturates everything she does.Not everyone can afford her lifestyle. Her and her husband live in Charlotte, which is one of the most expensive places to live in North Carolina, she's a stay at home mom who can afford a cushy lifestyle, and thus, thinks that everyone else should be able to do what she does.She once told a reader of her website to sell their car so they could afford clean eating. This person lived in the rural Midwest, where [...]

  • Stacey Sapper

    The healthy eating sections in the beginning of the book are interesting. However, these recipes are way too basic and there are really very few recipes- for people who do not know how to cook at all. My book group chose this and I will give this to our library. I have many actual cookbooks.

  • Carissa

    I have such mixed feelings about this book. On one hand, I agreed with the author's food philosophy. Processed foods are bad, bad, bad. I, like the author, read Pollan's book, In Defense of Food and agreed with it. Some of the advice the author gave was helpful and I was motivated to eat better.Buuuuuuuut, there was a lot in this book that I couldn't relate to. The author made such a sweeping and dramatic change in her diet and props to her. However, her reaction to In Defense of Food was so opp [...]

  • Jamie Puleo

    I've followed Lisa Leake on Facebook for some time which is why I wanted to check out this book. After reading, I can say that it was a worthwhile read, and the recipes are a great introduction to simple, clean eating. Her family has definitely gone to the most strict sense of clean eating, and that isn't for everyone, including me, but it definitely makes you think about what clean eating means and how even small changes such as reading labels can make a huge difference. It is amazing to see wh [...]

  • Sara

    Really cool ideas in here, even if you don't go completely "real food". Gives you a lot to think about. Every recipe I've tried is fantastic (and easy).

  • Cheryl

    Loved it! Pure common sense, but it's good to have it all laid out and recipes too. We are gonna do this - it's gonna take a bit - while we use up what we have but then pure butter and olive oil, 100% whole wheat, and cutting MAJORLY back on added sugars, deepfried, fast food and items with preservatives in it. Have you read the labels on your bread?! Bagels? Wraps? Salad Dressing? Things that are supposed to be "healthy". Insane. Whole foods is the way to go.

  • Caitlin Padanyi

    The teaching portion of this book is a little judge-y. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone in the earlier stages of recovering from disordered eating. Lots of stars though for tons of super practical recipe inspiration! Such a great resource for lunch ideas in particular.

  • Kristen

    More of a cookbook than anything else - but some great information and support in a 'real food' diet.

  • Annmarie

    I love these recipes!!! I have already made a third of them. They are easy to follow and make. Each recipe I made has came out great!!!

  • Nancy Bennett

    This book is broken down into 2 sections: the first half is a recap of what is on Lisa's blog and the 100 day "real food challenge" that started it all. The 2nd half is recipes.I follow the blog and agree with some of the other comments; Lisa can come off as pretentious because she is very passionate about her beliefs. There is nothing wrong with that, but it can rub some people the wrong way. She is also a stay-at-home mom with what appears to be a very comfortable financial situation -- someth [...]

  • Elizabeth

    A couple years ago I started following 100 Days of Real Food on Facebook. It was an easy way to see lunch ideas and get some great recipes for our family. I visit their blog occasionally and have pulled some of our favorite recipes from their (the creamy wheat macaroni and cheese is a favorite of my husband's!).I was thrilled when I heard about their cookbook. And even more excited when they offered me a copy in order to review it! 100 Days of Real Food by Lisa Leake is more like a Bible for foo [...]

  • Kelli

    I am (admittedly) more than a little obsessed with foodor perhaps terrified by food would be more accurate. What I read on a weekly basis keeps me up at night, and I can't for the life of me understand how these additives and poisons are legally put into our food. There are many books about food that I'm not yet brave enough to read, though I am very well-versed in and try to abide by the whole/local/certain things organic lifestyle. This book is part cookbook, part back story and part tips, hin [...]

  • Jen

    I love the concept of this book. I really try to prepare whole foods for my kids, but this lady takes it to a level that I don't feel like committing myself to at this time in my life. For example, if it comes from the store, it has to be 5 ingredients or less, and the word whole and organic must be present. Now, I'm a label reader big time. I look for sugar content, artificial ingredients, fat, sodium, etcPart of my degree is in nutrition, but I feel like there is a misconception of ingredients [...]

  • Emily

    I would say I identify with the "real food" philosophy of eating more than any other diet trend these days. I read In Defense of Food (like Leake did) and it completely changed my views just like it did hers (although I didn't change my life as drastically as she did). So I agree with a lot of the things she says in the book. I personally liked the ratio of content/recipes in the book, although some might be disappointed if they were looking for more of a cookbook, or more of a nonfiction read. [...]

  • Katie

    Really beautiful book with photos for every recipe. I have enjoyed the recipes that I've tried and I am looking forward to making more. My complaint is that the author talks about the importance of portion control when you're eating real food -- the recipes do not have calorie or nutrient counts -- but there is no discussion of what kind of portions are appropriate. I feel like it would be really easy to make these delicious recipes and end up eating a lot more calories than intended. I would ha [...]

  • Ann

    This is a beautiful book with great photographs. I read the first half, and like other reviewers, was a bit put off with her pretentious attitude and constant referencing of Michael Pollan, who himself is a journalist and not a nutritionist. I would have like more "science" backup, although I did learn a few things about processed food. I feel like she really excels at marketing her ideas in a beautiful glossy book!The second half of the book is recipes, which I just glanced through quickly, sin [...]

  • Misti

    I have enjoyed Lisa Leake's blog for many years now and have implemented her meal plans and recipes which both went over well with my family. Part one of the book reviews how Lisa came to be so passionate about real foods and gives very applicable steps towards getting your family on board with better eating choices. Part two gives us the recipes broken down into meal times and concludeds with homemade staple recipes like bbq sauce and tomato sauce. Simple recipes, plenty of food choices, and be [...]

  • Beth

    This book felt like fan-fiction. Yes, it's non-fiction, but it reads like fan-fiction, because it's basically just a repackaging of Michael Pollan's ideas, with nothing added to it, and no criticism just unabashed love for Michael Pollan. I guess if you want all that in a tiny little package, then you could try this book, but for me, it was missing the meat of Michael Pollan's works that make them more palatable.

  • Gina

    I am a already a firm believer in eating fresh food and avoiding processed things whenever possible. The recipes in this book are rated by ease of preparation and I was able to get some great ideas. Being a Weight Watchers point counter made me cringe that some of the ingredients could be high in points, but I could see that processed sugar was eliminated in the recipes so that I won't need to worry about unhealthy choices.

  • Claudia Gray

    Excellent book on eating a more basic diet! I will incorporate many ideas right away.This is a no nonsense book about eating healthy, natural, non processed foods. We are so over processed these days, we don't even known what real food tastes like. This book gives great basics to begin eating less processed foods and getting your health back.

  • Erin

    Great introduction to clean eating. Easy to follow and I enjoyed the author's personal anecdotes about her own journey and her family's response. Great recipes included. Still use it as a handbook as I am trying to navigate this whole clean eating world.

  • Raquel

    I encourage anyone looking to know more about the food their consuming to read this book. Offers practical advice about reading labels and substitutions to favorite bad foods. I would recommend for moms with kids needing basic help on starting a whole food lifestyle.

  • Rhonda K

    Love this book! Better and more practical than most of the clean eating books I've looked at. Time to turn it back into the library. I might need to get my own copy.

  • Rachael Knudsen

    Loved this book and the family's journey to decode health labels and encourage readers to get back to natural eating. A great reference.

  • Nichole ~Bookaholic~

    There were a few good recipesother then that it okay

  • Kristi

    some good info, recipes were easy enough, might have to try this 100 days thing out.

  • Christi

    As many people do, I committed this year to eating better food and more healthy foods. This woman's blog was a good start for me. She focuses on cutting out "highly processed food" which is basically everything I eat. I'm not following her plan or challenges although they seem awesome. But I love the way she explains things and has found a system that works for her. I also really like that she acknowledges things like "mayonnaise" may not taste the same and you have to decide for yourself what t [...]

  • Karen

    I only am rating the recipes. We skipped over all her information.My 10 year old daughter loves to cook, so I checked this out for her from the library because we eat clean.Some of the recipes were good, she especially liked the packed lunches section.Other recipes however were pretentious. There is quite a variety to appeal to a larger crowd. No matter what type of recipes you like, you should find some in this book. That also means there will be a lot on the other end of the spectrum that youl [...]

  • Marya

    So my work lunch table looks like this: One sandwich plus carrot sticks and yogurt sits across from One Big O' Bowl of Salad while Lean TV dinner gets nuked in the microwave. Surely, there are more options that this?Leake's book may only have a small section devoted to lunch recipes, but I'll take it. Crackers and spread, stuffed peppers, soups and sandwiches all make an appearance, but they are changed up and fresh. And by fresh, I mean both original and not processed. Perfect!

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