The Blender Girl

The Blender Girl

Super-easy, Super-healthy Meals, Snacks, Desserts, and Drinks--100 Gluten-free, Vegan Recipes!

eBook - 2014
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The debut cookbook from the powerhouse blogger and Vitamix spokeswoman behind www.healthyblenderrecipes.com, featuring 100 gluten-free, raw, vegan recipes made quickly and easily in a blender. On her wildly popular recipe blog, Tess Masters (aka, The Blender Girl), shares easy plant-based recipes anyone can whip up fast in a blender, mixer, or food processor. In The Blender Girl, Tess offers healthy whole-food concoctions that rely on natural flavors and sweeteners; all are gluten-free and many are also dairy-, egg-, nut-, soy-, and corn-free. Recipes for drinks, smoothies, and soups are a given, but this surprisingly versatile collection also includes dishes with a blended component, including appetizers, snacks, salads, and desserts; staples like sauces, spreads, and condiments; plus a pantry section, equipment basics, and details on sprouting, food combining, acid versus alkaline, live foods, and more. The "sneak your veggies in" tomato sauce turns pizza into a nutritious meal, flaxseed wraps have gluten-sensitives bowing at the blender altar, and the sweet kale shake that tastes like pistachio ice cream makes green-o-phobes beg for more in this deliciously healthy and s'blended guide.
Publisher: New York : Ten Speed Press, 2014
ISBN: 9781607746447
1607746441
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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MillieBT
Apr 24, 2016

Buying this book.....awesome

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jrhaasdyk1
Jun 29, 2015

Fantastic. Delicious recipes, and so healthy. Some really good tips and ideas about healthy lifestyle as well.

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JessRB
May 10, 2015

I own this book and it's one of my most common go-to books. There are a lot of yummy recipes in it, from "mango fire and ice" frozen desert to a pear-walnut-raspberry salad. One word of warning is that a lot of these recipes use soy, avocados and bananas, so if you're trying to avoid those foods you'll have to pick through the recipes a bit.

Liz806 Aug 11, 2014

I really liked this book so much I may buy it! I appreciated the basic background approach given for blending and the "how to" build your blended drink. All the information about healthy foods was good. The recipes had options and were very flexible. Even the "tastes like ice-cream kale " was good. "Apple pie in a glass" was OK. EXCELLENT BOOK.

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