100 Days of Real Food: On a Budget: Simple Tips and Tasty Recipes to Help You Cut Out Processed Food Without Breaking the Bank

100 Days of Real Food: On a Budget: Simple Tips and Tasty Recipes to Help You Cut Out Processed Food Without Breaking the Bank

The author of the phenomenal bestselling 100 Days of Real Food series addresses the most common concern of her readers?how to cut out processed food on a tight budget?in this full-color cookbook with shopping lists and prices for each recipe. Millions of American families are discovering the dangers of eating processed food. But wholesome, fresh ingredients can seem more ex The author of the phenomenal bestselling 100 Days of Real Food series addresses the most common concern of her re...

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Title:100 Days of Real Food: On a Budget: Simple Tips and Tasty Recipes to Help You Cut Out Processed Food Without Breaking the Bank
Author:Lisa Leake
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Genres:Food and Drink
ISBN:0062668560
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

100 Days of Real Food: On a Budget: Simple Tips and Tasty Recipes to Help You Cut Out Processed Food Without Breaking the Bank Reviews

  • Amy
    Nov 19, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

  • Brittany
    Oct 17, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

  • Laura
    Mar 16, 2019

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

  • Teresa
    Sep 25, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

  • Limeminearia
    Jan 02, 2019

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

  • Jen
    Nov 14, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

  • Valerie
    May 04, 2019

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

  • Tera
    Oct 15, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

  • Heydi Smith
    Nov 08, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

  • Shelley
    Oct 30, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

  • Kisha
    Dec 13, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

  • Rox
    Nov 23, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

  • Lisa
    Aug 25, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

  • Lea Lancourt
    Aug 24, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

  • Melissa
    Oct 20, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

  • Jessie
    Dec 27, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

    I love all of 100 Days of Real food books!! Lisa was my main inspiration for cleaning up our food life. I saw a drastic difference in my kid?s behavior, sleep, bathroom issues, and other areas when we switched our diet. It took some time to get used to it. But almost 4 years later, w...

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  • Jacquie Verberne
    Nov 18, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

    I love all of 100 Days of Real food books!! Lisa was my main inspiration for cleaning up our food life. I saw a drastic difference in my kid?s behavior, sleep, bathroom issues, and other areas when we switched our diet. It took some time to get used to it. But almost 4 years later, w...

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  • Crystal Hall
    Jan 28, 2019

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

    I love all of 100 Days of Real food books!! Lisa was my main inspiration for cleaning up our food life. I saw a drastic difference in my kid?s behavior, sleep, bathroom issues, and other areas when we switched our diet. It took some time to get used to it. But almost 4 years later, w...

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    ...

    ...

  • June Jacobs
    Apr 02, 2019

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

  • Theresa Diulus
    Aug 14, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

  • Julie
    Feb 08, 2019

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

  • Renee
    Oct 29, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

  • Lauren Fee
    Nov 24, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

  • Sterls
    Sep 08, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

    I love all of 100 Days of Real food books!! Lisa was my main inspiration for cleaning up our food life. I saw a drastic difference in my kid?s behavior, sleep, bathroom issues, and other areas when we switched our diet. It took some time to get used to it. But almost 4 years later, w...

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  • Megan
    Aug 15, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

  • Michelle MacLeod
    Sep 22, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

    I love all of 100 Days of Real food books!! Lisa was my main inspiration for cleaning up our food life. I saw a drastic difference in my kid?s behavior, sleep, bathroom issues, and other areas when we switched our diet. It took some time to get used to it. But almost 4 years later, w...

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    Oct 14, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

    I love all of 100 Days of Real food books!! Lisa was my main inspiration for cleaning up our food life. I saw a drastic difference in my kid?s behavior, sleep, bathroom issues, and other areas when we switched our diet. It took some time to get used to it. But almost 4 years later, w...

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  • ElisabethandDaniel O'Lone
    Jan 05, 2019

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

    I love all of 100 Days of Real food books!! Lisa was my main inspiration for cleaning up our food life. I saw a drastic difference in my kid?s behavior, sleep, bathroom issues, and other areas when we switched our diet. It took some time to get used to it. But almost 4 years later, w...

  • Mandy C.
    Feb 06, 2019

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

    I love all of 100 Days of Real food books!! Lisa was my main inspiration for cleaning up our food life. I saw a drastic difference in my kid?s behavior, sleep, bathroom issues, and other areas when we switched our diet. It took some time to get used to it. But almost 4 years later, w...

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  • Gojo324
    Oct 24, 2018

    I love to cook, and even more than that I love to read about how to create new healthy meals for my family! When I saw this book on the New Non-Fiction Books shelf at the local public library, I knew I wanted to read it, and I'm very glad I did. The author's warm, welcoming tone will s...

    Deeply irritating. ...

    There were some things that I really liked about this book, but there were other things that concerned me. First, I loved seeing the list of "staples" at the front of the book and copied this for future reference. I have some of these in my kitchen, but not all. Leake provided a ...

    I anxiously awaited this cookbook?s arrival and preordered it last November when I first heard about it. I have followed the 100daysofrealfood blog since long before there was a first book and have been impressed with the previous two books. This 3rd one from Lisa really hits it out ...

    When there's a budget saving tip of: Not buying pure maple syrup... Come on.... ...

    I've mentioned, previously, how I enjoy reading through cookbooks prior to making a purchase... always like to check the recipes and how they might fit with my family. Having been a fan of the two previous "100 Days of Real Food" cookbooks, this was a must read. While finding "On ...

    This was a great book. I was a little underwhelmed by her first book, but this is more impressive - she's feeding a family of 4 for $125 per week - less than the SNAP $167 benefit. And its all real food. So the main takeaway here is the budgeting tips - to really get the savings, you'd...

    I was a bit disappointed in this cookbook. Most of the recipes were extremely simple, such as campfire potatoes, which were potatoes and onions in foil packets with salt, pepper and oil. Additionally, I would not consider the recipes to be budget conscious. Just the main dinner entre...

    I really loved this book! I have been researching and trying to understand how to cook real food on a budget for the past four years. I feel like she summarized so many of the tips and tricks that it took me time to discover for myself. I would totally recommend this book to anyone wan...

    Unfortunately as of this review I haven't had time to make anything from in here, but I have most of the ingredients now for a few recipes. I like how it is broken down in the little box to show "pantry items - shopping list" and then also a base cost. Clearly this will vary widely dep...

    This is such a great book. Building upon her previous books based on cutting processed foods out of your diet, Lisa focuses on following a whole/real foods diet while sticking to a budget. I think a lot of families and especially college students would benefit from this book. She does ...

    As with her other books, I loved this one. The recipes are healthy but delicious with easily attainable ingredients. Her books are all very down to earth and have great photographs. ...

    Every page is a loud ?oooooooh? can?t wait to cook every single recipe! Thanks! ...

    I like that the author has included the price of the ingredients, which gives pretty good perspective on purchasing decisions. ...

    I wish that there were more pictures, but as a whole this book is pretty good. There are budget tips, and good wholesome recipes. I found quite a few items that I would go for in this book. ...

    Good suggestions and ideas. Recipes uses ingredients I normally wouldn?t touch but still, good directions. ...

    Decent cookbook. Didn't overly wow me. I did snag the recipe for zucchini soup, though. That one looked great. #readathon ...

    I liked the intro more than the actual recipes, but it was a nice cookbook. ...

    Good advice for simplifying, planning, and shopping. I was hoping for some vegan options, but even the vegetarian options have tons and tons of eggs and dairy. ...

    I must say that I love the idea behind her books and that this one was helpful. I only gave it two stars because the majority of the recipes aren?t good for my family. ...

    Amazing easy recipes, my family raved! ...

    I love all of 100 Days of Real food books!! Lisa was my main inspiration for cleaning up our food life. I saw a drastic difference in my kid?s behavior, sleep, bathroom issues, and other areas when we switched our diet. It took some time to get used to it. But almost 4 years later, w...

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