Let's Fix Lunch Cookbook Review

Let's Fix Lunch Cookbook Review
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Title: Let's Fix Lunch!: Enjoy Delicious, Planet-Friendly Meals at Work, School, or On the Go
Author: Kat Nouri
Published: September 15, 2020, Chronicle Books
No. of Pages: 160
Cover Price: $19.95 Hardcover




If you’re out to save the planet, and still eat lunch, you’ll want to pick up Kat Nouri’s cookbook, Let's Fix Lunch!: Enjoy Delicious, Planet-Friendly Meals at Work, School, or On the Go. Even if you aren’t on a mission to fix the planet, but still want to eat lunch, you may still want to pick up this cookbook. Sometimes it’s hard to think of something good for lunch, or good to put in children’s lunches, or prepare lunch for the office, and Nouri has come up with some very good and very tasty ideas. Although the recipes are mostly vegetarian, she has included plenty of chicken dishes and even an excellent roast beef sandwich.

The book includes side dishes that will appeal to everyone, and lots of dishes using chick peas, beans (the The White Bean Hummus is delicious), and tofu if you are into that. There are soups, lots of salads (Yum!), main dishes, and wraps. If you don’t purchase the book for any other reason, the recipe for Balsamic Caramelized Onions makes it worth it.

While there isn’t a photograph of each dish, there are enough to insure readers that someone has prepared these dishes and they are worth preparing. It would be nice to have more, but some of the recipes are good enough that it will make it worth having this cookbook anyway.

Saving the planet – climate change – are big right now, and this book includes plenty of hints and ways to do it without too much effort.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.




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