The Fresh 20: 20-Ingredient Meal Plans for Health and Happiness 5 Nights a Week

The Fresh 20: 20-Ingredient Meal Plans for Health and Happiness 5 Nights a Week

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by Melissa Lanz
     
 

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The End of "What's For Dinner?"

Say goodbye to grocery lists with 80 items that will eventually go to waste. No more boxed mac 'n' cheese or canned-soup casseroles. No more wasting money on endless nights of takeout. With The Fresh 20 cookbook, the focus is on creating meals the whole family can enjoy together.

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The End of "What's For Dinner?"

Say goodbye to grocery lists with 80 items that will eventually go to waste. No more boxed mac 'n' cheese or canned-soup casseroles. No more wasting money on endless nights of takeout. With The Fresh 20 cookbook, the focus is on creating meals the whole family can enjoy together.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780062200990
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
04/23/2013
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HARPERCOLLINS
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
224,705
File size:
34 MB
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Meet the Author

Melissa Lanz is a former Internet marketing executive who quit her day job to promote a healthy family food culture. As founder of The Fresh 20, Melissa strives to bring fresh food back to the family dinner table and reduce the amount of processed ingredients used in American households.

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The Fresh 20: 20-Ingredient Meal Plans for Health and Happiness 5 Nights a Week 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've been a subscriber to The Fresh 20 for awhile. The organization and recipes are fabulous. So happy to have a book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am signed up for the weekly Fresh 20 subscription (vegan) and LOVE it. Gone are my days of planning meals. There were inquiries about having vegetarian options in the cookbook and were assured there were 60. When I paged through, I loved how beautifully written it was but the vegetarian recipes are more side dishes that meals and not worth taking the space in my cabinet for a lot of random vegetarian recipes. It is not worth paging through meat pictures and recipes to find one or two vegetarian. I returned the book fort his reason, but if you are a meat eater, this would be a great book for you.