It can be a challenge to find cook books and other reference books to help you on your clean eating journey. The following books are ones we recommend. You’re invited to check out our in-depth book reviews for additional infromation about why we’ve made these recommendations:
Do you enjoy spicy foods? Would you like to learn how to make your own kimchi, pickles and fermented vegetable dishes? Are you worried about your gut health? Whether you’re interested in Korean food or simply interested in increasing the numbers of friendly flora in your gut, you’ll definitely want to own a copy of this book.
Discover how the combinations of foods you eat can influence how you feel on a day-to-day basis. If you ever feel irritable, anxious or experience other annoying symptoms of imbalance for no apparent reason, this book could help you understand why — and more importantly, it could probably help you figure out what to do to relieve the symptoms.
The Farm Girl’s Guide to Preserving the Harvest by Ann Accetta-Scott
Want to learn how to preserve food by canning, freezing, fermenting, drying, dehydrating, root cellaring, or salt curing? If so, definitely check this book out. It’s an easy to use, beginner-friendly guide to food preservation.
If you’re interested in foraging for nutritious wild food in the mountain states of the USA and small parts of Canada, this book will help.
That’s the short but sweet list of book reviews we’ve posted so far. We hope these books will be helpful to you as you seek out healthy, nutritious, delicious food to fuel your future adventures.
This page was last updated on 12-31-2019.