Deliciously Ella: Awesome ingredients, incredible food that you and your body will love

September 4, 2015 - Comment

A cookbook from the well-known blog of the same name and written by Ella Woodward – who, after being diagnosed with a rare, life-affecting syndrome, developed a new way of eating to help herself get better. Ella’s philosophy is to embrace the most natural foods, creating fresh, simple dishes that are easy to make, taste

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A cookbook from the well-known blog of the same name and written by Ella Woodward – who, after being diagnosed with a rare, life-affecting syndrome, developed a new way of eating to help herself get better.

Ella’s philosophy is to embrace the most natural foods, creating fresh, simple dishes that are easy to make, taste amazing and just happen to be good for you. She knows from bitter experience just how hard it can be to change your way of thinking about food and hopes that this collection of over 100 tried and tested sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free recipes will inspire us all to eat a diet that offers us the chance to join her in better health, glowing skin and boundless energy. First testing her recipes on family and friends, with ingredients kept secret in case they were ‘scared off’, her biggest tip is to avoid salad when trying to encourage others to eat healthily… Will your family realise that there’s avocado in the chocolate mousse?

Hardback, 256 pages.

Product Features

  • A cookbook from the well-known blog of the same name and written by Ella Woodward
  • Ella’s philosophy is to embrace the most natural foods, creating fresh, simple dishes
  • Collection of over 100 tried and tested sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free recipes
  • Eat a diet that offers us the chance to join her in better health, glowing skin and boundless energy
  • Will your family realise that there’s avocado in the chocolate mousse?!

Comments

Ms. Sj Smith says:

Waste of money 0

SJ says:

A disappointment… that continues to disappoint. I follow the blog, but I’m really disappointed in this book. I don’t have a crazy sweet tooth, so with the majority of the recipes appearing to be dessert and sweets stuffed with dates, my least favourite dried fruit (seriously guys, show figs and apricots some love too!) is not great. And the savoury meals that are included just look bad – baked beans which are essentially a tube of tomato paste (200g!) with tins of white beans and tomatoes. And the lentil bolognese which is made from TWO tubes of tomato paste (400g!!), with tins of tomatoes AND sundried tomatoes, but no oregano, thyme or any other typical italian seasonings – hell, you could even use just herbes de provence. This lack of seasoning in the savoury meals is especially annoying as earlier in the book she says herbs and spices are the backbone of her diet, yet where are they? As another example, where are the cumin, coriander and oregano in her bean chili? And a Thai curry with a lack of typical Thai seasonings. I can…

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