Cooking Solves Everything: How Time in the Kitchen Can Save Your Health, Your Budget, and Even the Planet

Cooking Solves Everything: How Time in the Kitchen Can Save Your Health, Your Budget, and Even the Planet

by Mark Bittman
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Cooking Solves Everything 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
dtkpmom More than 1 year ago
Good essay and interesting but that is all it is. Not worth paying for. It's more like an extended magazine article. If I had known it was so short, I would not have bought it. The description should include the number of pages.
angevine More than 1 year ago
I suppose the best compliment I can give this new e-book is that right after reading it, I found myself at the grocery store about to buy a can of soup. Heeding Mark Bittman's advice, however, I put it down, went and found a few vegetables, potatoes and broth, and got them instead and made (like, actually made) dinner (what a concept!). Anyway, it's a very compelling essay, and the author doesn't come off as some sort of snobby foodie who looks down at you for not shopping at Farmer's Markets exclusively - that I appreciated. Anyway, I highly recommend this to people who claim they're too tired, or busy, or poor, or whatever, to actually get in the kitchen and cook dinner.
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Pyrusj More than 1 year ago
Be warned that this is more of a booklet than a book - I felt a little gipped on the amount of content. However, there was good information in there, albeit a bit biased and not always as supported as I would have liked. I enjoyed it for what it was, but would be unlikely to recommend it to anyone.
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TexasStarVA More than 1 year ago
Well written but disappointingly short. His eight recipes are nothing I would be able to persuade my family to eat.
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