Monday, November 12, 2012
Each page of the list of about 120+ foods is hugely in depth about the benefits of each food, what it contains, recipe suggestions, the nutritional information.
I'm looking forward to reading through some of the foods I love already!
And now a rant!
After a weekend looking over supposedly "health" food recipe blogs and being very irritated by pages of fake sweets, fake desserts, fake baking... with agave syrup being included as foods being sugar free (really? This stuff hits you faster than white cane sugar, its terrible).
What is it with these blogs being obsessed with trying to make these fake versions of anything considered unhealthy? Just because you replace the wheat flour with some obscure flour or starch doesn't change the calories, replacing butter with some expensive nut oil doesn't make any difference, and adding agave instead of sugar? Makes it WORSE!
If you where that concerned about eating whole, fresh and natural then try eating a fresh seasonal fruit for dessert!
I'm not saying never eat a cookie... I am saying if you tout your page as a healthy eating, whole foods website... then why are there 3X as many cookie/cake/doughnut/cream pie recipes as there are for vegetables/meat/legumes?