I finally got this book and have had a chance to look through it. I'd say that this is not a cookbook for a beginning cook, but it would be good for someone transitioning to cleaner eating. The recipes are organized by seasons and the index is according to ingredient. I like this idea, since often I have something and go looking for ways to use it. I can't see whether its absolutely clean, as she uses some ingredients that I'm not very familiar with. However, its pretty darn clean (good thing when the title is Clean Food, huh?). I was about to come on here and ask about liquid aminos, since they're in a bunch of recipes, but once I started looking around she does a good job of explaining what they are and what can be substituted. See, I'm learning already - didn't know that you could use ground flax seed and water as a sub for eggs, either. Haven't made anything yet, but so far I'm interested!
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