Cookbook Recommendation: Unprocessed
In today's fast-moving culture, we often maneuver through life without so much as a moment to stop and think about what we're putting into our bodies.
Megan Kimble's new book, Unprocessed: My City-Dwelling Year of Reclaiming Real Food, is a must-needed slap in the face, reminding us just how detrimental some of our instant-gratification meals are. Her new book tells the story of her journey to eating unprocessed foods, and emphasizes the wholesome lifestyle as much simpler than it seems. Along with profuse tips and tricks on how to live a healthier life, you'll also learn how food is processed, how wheat turns white, how milk becomes pasteurized, and how to survive American's daunting food system.
Kimble's book is the perfect guide to real food for the money-strapped urban dweller. Unprocessed, at $15, is more than a cookbook; it's a lifestyle change.