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Eat Well Spend Less Book

Over 250 healthy recipes for busy cooks who want to save money. In this
invaluable cookery book, nutritionist Sarah Flower shows you how to feed
yourself and your family a healthy balanced diet without spending hours in the
kitchen and a fortune in the supermarket.

7 Day Menu Plans and shopping lists for meat eaters and
vegetarians – Fast food that’s good for you – quick and easy recipes that are
wholesome, too – Nutritional cooking and ingredient advice for healthy meals,
including special diets – Planning ahead to get the most from your freezer and
store cupboard – How to create delicious desserts, cakes and snacks – and
sumptuous smoothies and juices This book shows the approximate cost of every
recipe – and each portion – if buying from your local supermarket.

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£9.99 Available to purchase online www.howtobooks.co.uk or available at Amazon

Eat Well Spend Less Book Reviews

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Tested By
Gillian Low – Brandon 5 Years

Gillian
Awarded the Eat Well Spend Less Book 4/5

It’s a good book, has lots of yummy recipes and the fact that
the meals are relatively cheap is an added bonus. The quality and look of the
book is great, but I don’t normally use recipe books
so have nothing to compare it to. I have only made 5 or 6 of the meals so far
but those I have made have been nice, the recipes have been easy to follow and
my kids have enjoyed the food. I really like that the overall cost of each meal
is kept low, this makes cooking so much more enjoyable! This
book is probably not something I would have gone out and bought but now that I
have it, I do feel it is good value. I will definitely
keep on using it and my sister is interested in buying it too. Gillian Low – Brandon 5 Years


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Tested By
Nikki Kavanagh – Oisín, Aoife, Senán Ages 6, 3 & 1 Years

Nikki
Awarded the Eat Well Spend Less Book 4/5

This book has some great ideas that are presented
clearly with some good time and money saving tips. The quality of the book is
good, it is well written with interesting and relevant background
reading. It is similar to the look of other cookery books. I loved reading
this; there are some lovely recipes and great ideas about how to plan menus.
Liked the references to suitability for vegetarians, preparation in advance and
whether or not it is suitable for freezing. I was able to take these into
consideration when planning meals to make. Lovely recipes using good quality
ingredients. I like the Menu Planning section of the book, especially the
pre-planned menus, which started to take some of the hassle out of the planning
I would normally do when shopping for the following week’s meals. Really
enjoyed reading and using the book but it’s slightly more than I would usually
pay. But overall, it’s a wonderful book with thought-provoking background
reading, especially the ‘We Are What We Eat’ section with lovely homemade-food
recipes. Nikki
Kavanagh – Oisín, Aoife, Senán Ages 6, 3 & 1 Years


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Tested By
Lynne Caddell – Connor 1 Year

Lynne
Awarded the Eat Well Spend Less Book 3.5/5

The book looked good and I couldn’t wait to read it. The
quality of the book is great and I have seen similar books like this before,
though not as in depth. I enjoyed reading this and I tried a few recipes word for word and only one out of like six
turned out as expected. I liked the fact that you could eat healthier for a lot
less money. But bear in mind that trial and error is needed when
it comes to the recipes to make something that is edible. This is a good book for reference but wouldn’t recommend it to a
beginner cook maybe to someone more advanced. Lynne Caddell – Connor 1 Year

 

I really like that the overall cost of each meal
is kept low, this makes cooking so much more enjoyable!

Awards

Gillian
Awarded the Eat Well Spend Less Book 4/5

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