Cooking Without Made Easy

Cooking Without Made Easy

Barbara Cousins

ISBN
9780007323746
Pub date
01/08/2009
Imprint
Harper Thorsons
Binding
Paperback
Format
A4 153x234mm
Extent
256 pages
Price
£14.99
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Book Overview


This is the third book in the ‘Cooking Without’ collection written by nutritional therapist Barbara Cousins. This series of cook books has been an enormous success. They have been recommended by nutritional therapists all over the world and have transformed the lives of thousands of people.

In ‘Cooking Without Made Easy’ Barbara offers ultra-simple new recipes all of which are free from gluten, dairy, sugar and yeast. They include lots of one-pot meals, and cakes and cookies also rely on the all-in-one method for simplicity.
In this book Barbara summarises the effect that ‘Cooking Without’ can have on people’s lives. Barbara tells her own story and includes lots of client case histories to inspire you. They help one to realise the extent to which dietary measures can improve not only our physical health but our mental and emotional states too.

About the author


Barbara Cousins is a nutritional therapist who wrote her first book over 26 years ago. ‘Cooking Without’ was written for the benefit of Barbara’s clients and was self-published in 1990. ‘Cooking Without’ was taken over by Thorsons in 1996 and was followed by another two books in the series, ‘Vegetarian Cooking Without’ and ‘Cooking Without Made Easy’. Her latest book ‘Easy Tasty Healthy’ came out in 2016 and this book is free from soya and eggs as well as gluten, dairy, sugar and yeast because so many people now have problems with these foods too.Find out more about Barbara and her work, on her website, barbaracousins.com

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