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The China Study Cookbook: The Official Companion to the China Study (Over 120 Whole Food, Plant-Based Recipes)

The China Study Cookbook The Official Companion to the China Study Over Whole Food Plant Based Recipes The China Study with copies sold has been hailed as one of the most important health and nutrition books ever published It revealed that the traditional Western diet has led to our modern he

  • Title: The China Study Cookbook: The Official Companion to the China Study (Over 120 Whole Food, Plant-Based Recipes)
  • Author: LeAnne Campbell T. Colin Campbell Steven Campbell Disla
  • ISBN: 9781937856755
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • The China Study, with 850,000 copies sold, has been hailed as one of the most important health and nutrition books ever published It revealed that the traditional Western diet has led to our modern health crisis and the widespread growth of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer Based on the most comprehensive nutrition study ever conducted, the book reveals that aThe China Study, with 850,000 copies sold, has been hailed as one of the most important health and nutrition books ever published It revealed that the traditional Western diet has led to our modern health crisis and the widespread growth of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer Based on the most comprehensive nutrition study ever conducted, the book reveals that a plant based diet leads to optimal health with the power to halt or reverse many diseases.The China Study Cookbook takes these scientific findings and puts them to action Written by LeAnne Campbell, daughter of The China Study author T Colin Campbell, PhD, and mother of two hungry teenagers, The China Study Cookbook features delicious, easily prepared plant based recipes with no added fat and minimal sugar and salt that promote optimal health.From her Breakfast Home Fry Hash and Fabulous Sweet Potato Enchiladas to No Bake Peanut Butter Bars and Cheese less Cake, all of LeAnne s recipes follow three important principles 1 Optimal nutrition is based on eating food rather than nutrient supplements2 The closer that foods are to their native states prepared with minimal cooking, salting, and processing the greater the long term health benefits of eating them3 It is best to choose locally and organically grown produce whenever possibleFilled with helpful tips on substitutions, keeping foods nutrient rich, and transitioning to a plant based diet, The China Study Cookbook shows how to transform individual health and the health of the entire family.

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    1. In the foreword to the cookbook, T. Colin Campbell, author of The China Study (and the father of cookbook author LeAnne Campbell), acknowledges that for adults used to the typical American diet, switching to a plant-based, no-added-fat diet can be challenging. For those who have chosen to make the lifestyle change, however, The China Study Cookbook is an invaluable guide to preparing tasty, nutritious meals that fully meet the requirements of the diet espoused by the Campbells.Before introducing [...]

    2. I have eaten a whole foods plant based diet for two years with spectacular results and have several other cookbooks of this type. This is tied with The Happy Herbivore as my favorite. I have prepared ten China Study recipes thus far and loved them all. The food is flavorful, not bland like with some healthy cookbooks I've tried. My husband, who is an omnivore, enjoyed them as well. Most can be prepared with minimal effort from inexpensive ingredients found in a regular grocery store. The book it [...]

    3. I LOVE this book! I grabbed it from the library, and now I am going to rush out and buy it! The recipes are simpler than the Forks over Knives cookbook that I have. They also have great photos, which I love. If you want great plant based recipes, this book is the best I have seen.

    4. I have lowered my rating from 4 stars to 3 after having tried more of these recipes. The recipes are plant-based and include little or no added fat and salt and minimal amounts of added sugars. I think one problem is the no added fats. Many foods are much better with added fats. I also do not like the replacement foods and fake foods that are suggested. Because the China Study Diet recommends no dairy, the recommend non-dairy milks - and if you purchase commercially made ones, almost all of them [...]

    5. In decades past The China Study revealed that eating a diet with no animal products may help one avoid many of the diseases of affluent countries. Its author T. Colin Campbell has a daughter, LeAnne Campbell who has cooked vegan for over twenty years now, following the discoveries of the team her father described, and she even brought up two boys with the diet. She shares her recipes in this "China Study Cookbook". I have been cooking from this book for several weeks now, covering most of the di [...]

    6. This cookbook was written to be a companion to The China Study by T. Colin Campbell. LeAnne Campbell, the author of this cookbook, is his daughter. Dr. Campbell really sums up this book in his forward: "I am prejudiced and I might as well say so up front. The author of this book is my daughter, LeAnne Campbell Disla. But prejudiced or not, I know her style of cooking, her recipes (I’ve tried many), her commitment to good nutrition and, as a very busy professional, her ability to prepare quick [...]

    7. I'm a big fan of Dr. Campbell and his work and I bought this book just knowing I would love it, but I was summarily disappointed. I tried several of the recipes. Some of them were good, but not great (Sweet Potato Enchiladas, Tasty Tostados, Zucchinni Crabless Cakes, Southwestern Calzones, Tomato and Avocado Pasta Salad) others were edible, but nothing I'd want to try again (Dominican Chapea, Carrot Bake, Twice Baked Southwest Potatoes, Tomato Pesto Sandwich). None of them really wowed me.What s [...]

    8. This cookbook focuses on plant-based whole food recipes. After reading it I decided to move it to my to-buy list because many of the flair and ingredient combinations are right in my personal flavor-palate. As with the gluten-free cookbooks I own, I am not an adherent to the lifestyle but just an enthusiastic cook (and eater) who finds some of the recipes and techniques interesting. Will I convert to using flax seeds and water as an egg substitute in baked goods permanently? Probably not! Will I [...]

    9. Planning on either buying this book, or rechecking it out from the library. Quiet a few more recipes I would like to try. I like the substitutes she has for various things such as eggs, oils, etc. I'm on the path of eating healthy!

    10. So far this has been the best cookbook I've found focusing on a no added oil, low salt, plant-based diet. I've enjoyed nearly all the recipes I've tried. The corn and avocado pasta salad was even a hit when I brought it to a work event.

    11. Useful and nutritious meals that are affordable and not necessarily meat-based. For the majority of us (humans), meat is a luxury that is needed but not always available. By the numbers there are more people that could use these recipes than will ever try a 5-star dinner.

    12. The documentary, Food Choices, and The China Study, by Colin Campbell changed my life! Great recipes in this book to be sure.

    13. China Study As I've been reading the China Study book it's nice to be able to apply to cooking. LeAnne knows her stuff and makes it easy to follow along

    14. I love this book and I love that everything is super clean. “Not all vegan recipes are healthy” but at least you know you can’t trust everything in this book!

    15. Actually I meant to select The China Study All-Star Collection cookbook, which is superior to this one and has less questionable food combinations. One of the best, most practical and USE-ABLE healthy cookbooks ever, and I read them as fast as they can publish them. Lovely, simple vegan recipes which do not have too many components and allow for improvisation. No esoteric or hard to find ingredients. A real pleasure to use. So many of the other gluten free and/or vegan and/or vegetarian cookbook [...]

    16. The China Study Cookbook will appeal to both herbivores and carnivores alike. What's important is its focus on whole foods and the emphasis that it places on including a lot of fresh produce in one's diet. I really enjoyed the introduction from the author and her personal story of going plant-based as it did a great job of setting the stage and putting me in the right mindset for looking at the vegan recipes. Also, the two recipes that I have tried so far were great. The Vegan Chocolate Cake and [...]

    17. I am stunned to see how well rated this book is here! I picked it up at my local library on a whim, hoping to find 2-3 plant-based recipes to add to my repertoire But 1) this is the most unappetizing cookbook I have ever opened (a vast majority of the photos appear to be out-of-focus close-ups of food made using grocery-store quality ingredients), and 2) the recipes are so basic and the taste associations so expected, I just cannot imagine who can benefit from this book aside from the most inexp [...]

    18. Plant-based, no fat or sugar added, nutritious recipes with actual flavor! These are really delicious, simple recipes with basic ingredients found in everyone's kitchen. I borrowed the book from the library but will be buying my own copy asap. EVERY recipe has a corresponding full page color photograph. So far I have made the Green Garden Mayonnaise (and I use it with everything!), Broccoli Salad, Cole Slaw, Carrot Bake, and Fettuccine with Broccoli & Cashew Sauce. They were all simple to pr [...]

    19. I got this from the public library and I like this book so much I am going to order it from at book store. I can not wait to try the green garden mayonnaise that can be used for so many other recipes. I love making nut balls so the pecan ball sub is going to be done at my home. Not everyone in my family eats vegetarian so whenever I can get these plant based recipes in meals and everyone loves them then its a win/win for all! There are many recipes in this book I want to try so it will be worth [...]

    20. The cookbook business is starting to stink: putting PhD on the cover just to sell a few lame recipes?I kept laughing my a** about the "whole foods" on the cover and the "½ red bell pepper, diced" or the "¼ cup dill pickles, diced." And really, this is the China Study? Not enough bell pepper? This is the first coleslaw recipe involving bell peppers.How about some "SAMOSAS BAKED TO PERFECTION?" Well, you "Bake at 400°F for 15–20 minutes." That's quite a wide margin for perfection.

    21. One of the best cookbooks I own! I have made numerous recipes from this book and they have all been easy, quick and DELICIOUS. Oh my! Added to that these recipes are so much more healthy. I loved using so many different spices. I've modified some recipes on round 2, which is typical for me. Love this cookbook!

    22. Interesting story. It is helpful to understand how a person came to write this kind of cookbook. I'm still evaluating/trying some of the recipes but many look very promising and the ones I've tried have been excellent. I've listed a finish date for having read the book but if a cookbook is good, you can never really finish it.

    23. If you don't eat gluten this book doesn't have a lot of recipes that will work. I also didn't like that fact that they were trying to compare their diet to a regular diet of hotdogs and processed meat to show you how much better their diet is. Really? Most of the recipes seemed basic to me so I am not sure how helpful this book is. I am not a vegan so I prefer paleo or pegan meals.

    24. Some of the recipes seem a little high in sugar, and a few call for extra firm silken tofu, which usually contains soy protein isolate, something that Dr. McDougall, at least, advises people to avoid because it elevates levels of insulin growth factor (IGF) in the body even more than dairy does. Eep! Still a lot of great recipes in here.

    25. Loved the ideas and simplicity of the recipes!! Tried the Green Beans, sauteed with onions and garlic "in water"! Delicious and wow! Want to try a few more recipes. Have not read the actual China Study book yet, but want to now!

    26. Great recipes. Ingredients are simple. I'm not vegan, but there were Very few items that I don't already eat now. I liked that there were nutritional excerpts. I didn't like that there wasn't dietary information with each recipe.

    27. The recipes are very basic, so if you're new to whole foods/plant based cooking, it will probably be a good start. That said, I found almost all the recipes bland and uninspiring. I'd hate for someone's first impression of vegan food to be boring.

    28. Not what I expected. I wanted tips for healthy cooking and I am a little disappointed. There are only recipes, not really original. It's OK but nothing special. I prefer when the photo is next to the recipe, not somewhere else. In fact, on blogs you can find better photos

    29. If your into vegan food, and not allergic to corn, bananas, or avocado then give it a shot. If your looking for a mayo recipe that has no oil or eggs then this book is up your alley. Personally not my style of cooking.

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