Eating Purely: More Than 100 All-Natural, Organic, Gluten-Free Recipes for a Healthy Life
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A few short years ago, Elizabeth Stein could be found in her tiny Manhattan kitchen searching for a way to make gluten-free and vegan products that tasted great and weren’t overly processed. Working with ingredients such as chia seeds, flax, hemp, and coconut sugar, Elizabeth successfully developed recipes that were all-natural, non-GMO, gluten-free, and diabetes friendly. These recipes helped her form Purely Elizabeth, an award-winning line of products that can be found in more than 1,500 stores.
Eating Purely is a collection of Elizabeth’s favorite recipes, which she has made for family, clients, and friends over the years. The recipes are healthy, easy, and delicious—and at times even indulgent. Eating Purely is focused on cooking with whole foods that are naturally gluten-free, nutrient rich, free of refined sugar, and mostly vegetable based.
These recipes are centered on Stein’s five Eating Purely Principles, which will leave you feeling healthy and purely radiant. These principles are:
Eat Whole, Clean Foods
Focus on Plants
Add in Nutrient-Rich Ingredients
Kick Inflammatory Foods to the Curb
and Practice the 80/20 Rule.
Eating Purely includes more than one hundred fun and approachable recipes, ranging from brunch and salads to vegetarian mains and seasonal menus to celebrate with family and friends.
Throughout Eating Purely, Stein also shares personal stories on health, exercise, family, entertaining, and starting her own natural foods company. Interwoven throughout the book is what Stein calls “the purely scoop”—time-saving cooking tips, benefits of ingredients used, resources for buying foods, and food and wine pairings.
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lasagna noodles (I love Capello’s) 1 jar marinara sauce 1 cup cooked black lentils 8 oz shredded vegan cheese Preheat oven to 350°F. Meanwhile, in a high-speed blender, add pumpkin cashew ricotta ingredients. Blend until smooth. Add 1 tbsp of water at a time, if necessary, to reach desired consistency. Set aside. Meanwhile, in lasagna pan, spread a layer of tomato sauce, followed by noodles, pumpkin cashew ricotta, lentils, then sauce. Repeat. Top the lasagna with shredded cheese. Cover
ingredients into the dry and stir until combined. Fold in the walnuts and chocolate chips. Pour into loaf pan and bake for 45–50 minutes. tip: be sure to use overripe bananas—those that have dark spots on the outer skin. carrot cake with cashew cream frosting vegetarian, gluten-free It’s no doubt that I have always had a huge sweet tooth. This was one of the reasons that propelled me to start Purely Elizabeth, after all. I came up empty handed when searching for a better-for-you gluten-free
spinach or Swiss chard. 1 tbsp olive oil 1 clove garlic, minced 2 cups lacinato kale, shredded 1 cup artichoke hearts (canned, rinsed and drained) 2 cups arrabbiata tomato sauce 8 oz burrata cheese, sliced 3 eggs Preheat oven to 350°F. In a cast-iron skillet over medium heat, add olive oil and garlic. Sauté until fragrant, 2–3 minutes. Add kale and sauté for 5 minutes. Add artichoke and sauce and continue to cook for 2 minutes. With a spoon, make 3 indentations in the sauce. One at a
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