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Winner of an iParenting Media 2007 Outstanding Product Award!
Award-winning Finalist for National Indie Excellence Awards 2007, Best Books 2006, Colorado Independent Publishers Association EVVY Award 2006.
This truly different cookbook introduces a revolutionary, patented cooking technique for using whole foods to build one-pot meals in about 20 minutes.
The only thing Glorious One-Pot Meals have in common with familiar one-pot meal methods -- such as crock pot stews, casseroles, skillet meals and stir-fries -- is that everything goes into one pot to cook. Specifically, for Glorious One-Pot Meals, a cast iron Dutch oven. Otherwise, there is nothing to compare to the ease, speed and convenience of Glorious One-Pot Meals and the surprising way that each ingredient maintains its integrity during the cooking process. You can even substitute frozen ingredients without adjusting the time needed to cook the recipe!
This is a low-fat, whole food-based infusion cooking technique that locks in nutrients for fresher flavors, varied textures and healthier meals. Recipes are based on the power of two, making this a great solution for feeding families of one, two, four, or even ten or more. Each Glorious One-Pot Meal recipe contains a complete and balanced dinner of protein, grains, and vegetable side dishes with the bonus of minimal preparation and only one pot to clean. Great for vegetarians (about one-third of the recipes are vegetarian, and with this flexible cooking solution, any Glorious One-Pot Meals recipe can easily be meatless or even vegan!), heart patients or sufferers from any chronic disease (Multiple Sclerosis, diabetes, cancer, obesity, etc.) or food allergy. Kosher cooks should not be put off by the cover photo: Glorious One-Pot Meals are a natural for following the laws of kashrut as well.
With an ingenious covered spiral so that the book will never flip closed and leave you short-handed in mid-pour, this cookbook includes more than just recipes: look for an entire chapter featuring tips for efficient weekly grocery shopping and advice on stocking a pantry and freezer for convenient meal preparation any time.
A lifesaver for everyone from busy parents looking to get a quick dinner on the table to newlyweds learning to cook to empty nesters needing only to cook for two now to seniors concerned with time-saving, healthy and satisfying meals, more than 10,000 home cooks already know and love Glorious One-Pot Meals. Don't overlook the companion website (GloriousOnePotMeals.com) with resources to answer any questions. Once you master this unbelievably easy cooking technique you'll be able to intuitively create your own recipes for your family to enjoy!
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Elizabeth Yarnell is a Certified Nutritional Consultant, speaker, inventor, and author. She tours the country talking about healthy eating and chases her two young children while living healthily to manage her Multiple Sclerosis. Read about her lifestyle and eating philosophies at her blog: EffortlessEating.com.Review:
Tired all the time? Try Elizabeth's amazing one-pot cure! Elizabeth Yarnell used to be too tired to get out of bed. But now this mom of two has energy to spare, thanks to one-pot meals that could work for you, too! --Women's World magazine, July 17, 2007
MS opened door to 1-pot technique. Dinner ready in a little more than an hour
You can do one of two things when you learn you have contracted a debilitating illness: waste energy cursing the world or fight back. Elizabeth Yarnell is among those fighting back... (These are) recipes that strike a balance between health, taste and nutrition -- as good for those living with MS as those who are not.--Denver Post, May 10, 2006
Yarnell has patented a way of cooking in a Dutch oven, giving new meaning to the phrase one-pot meals. By layering the various components of a dish, she has figured out a way to do an all-in-one meal that doesn't turn into a melange of meat and vegetables, aka a soup, stew or casserole.
Rather, each layer can be lifted out with tongs so that you end up with perfectly cooked ingredients, such as broccoli, chicken and rice, without using three pots to make them.
"I call it 'infusion cooking,'" Yarnell says. "When everything goes into the pot and into the high heat (in the oven) and the ingredients heat up, they release their moisture, and that's what cooks everything."
... Yarnell cuts vegetables and layers them in the pot, undistracted by (her young son) and not missing a beat. There's no mess, other than a cutting board, to clean up. She sits down to talk during the 45 minutes that the food cooks.
Miraculously, not only is the meal done on time, but it's delicious. So delicious that within a matter of ments everyone has cleaned his plate.
--Rocky Mountain News, November 30, 2005
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