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Product: Best Dressed 50 Recipes

Price: Kindle $9.99, Hardcover $12.88

Product Dimension: 7.4 x 0.6 x 8.2 inches

Cheapest Place to Buy: Amazon

Customer’s Rating: 4.8 0ut of 5

Living healthy nature’s way

Healthy Recipies, Garden Salads

We should do all that we can to maintain good health and a great way to ensure that we are in tip- top shape at all times is to include foods in our diet that is of great value to us. When preparing your meals always keep in mind to have a nicely freshly prepared salad.

Salads are great because of the many vitamins and other benefits that they contain, I have been eating salads for years and I love them, it is good to sit down at the dinner table and have a plate that is colorful with all those fresh veggies.

Natural healers

What so amazes me about veggies is that they are natural healers, I have done so many research and found that the healing properties in veggies are just so awesome. You would really be surprised of how these natural healers can combat many illnesses.

Having the best of both worlds

You get the best of both worlds by including veggies in your diet because you will not only have a beautiful looking meal but you will be consuming all of those Vitamins that these natural healers have to offer along with their healing touch. Now that is something to get excited about.

Best Dressed 50 Recipes Overview

Best dressed 50 recipes is and awesome book that contains great ingredients plus a beautifully balanced dressing and a bit of crunchy texture. This book has all the fixings for those looking for lunch or savory supper ideas and inspirations: 35 recipes for dressings, 10 toppings, 10 composed salads that bring all the elements together perfectly, and more than 20 vibrant photographs. Each dressing recipe is paired with suggestions for which greens work best, and add-ons (toasted nuts, roasted vegetables, cooked grains) that provide great options for the best salads all year long.

Imagine having a diet that consists of salads where you are getting all of those Vitamins and other benefits that your body needs, As someone once said to me that “these natural foods are our Pharmacy ”

In other words, all that we need to sustain our health is in these veggies and what better way to get them than making delicious healthy salads. Studies have shown that a diet rich in salads or veggies can keep our bodies function at its best, so why not purchase or add this amazing book to your collection by creating or improving a healthy lifestyle.

Customer’s views

Here is what some happy customers are saying about this amazing book.

A lot more than a book about a bunch of greens with some dressing. “The book really turns salads and vegetables (forgive the redundancy) into interesting and often substantial delicious plates of food. The format, which suggests ways to integrate certain dressings into a variety of foods (like b.spouts and beef and chicken), is interesting and easy. A lot of easily accessed unusual spices and herbs are helpful. Salads are not my favorite food. This book has a shot at changing my mind”

Another View of a satisfied customer was

“What a great book, it re-energizes salad making! Using flavors and ingredients from across the globe it makes salad interesting and exciting again…..and who does not need to eat more salad?? The book is small enough that you can tuck it into a corner for daily reference. I love it”!
And yet another pleased customer said”The writing and overall design of this book is quite nice. It may look a bit destined for the bargain shelf, but it’s much more than just pretty pictures. The recipes are thoughtful and are bound to have you craving veggies. This would be especially helpful to gardeners, who are inevitably expected to bring salads to gatherings and need new ways to dress up their bounty. So it seems a great Xmas gift for those gardeners on your list–it may get them excited to plant new things in the spring. Many of the recipes pay homage to the popular trends of the last few years (the books of Ottolenghi, David Chang, Chez Panisse alums, etc), making it a nice slim volume to pull off the shelf and know that the flavors will be interesting and current. The traditional recipe layouts would be nice for beginner cooks or people who want to add more veggie to their diets but don’t know where to begin. Thumbs up!”

Final word

This amazing book makes a great investment as you learn all about these garden salads that can really boost your health and help you live or improve on that healthy lifestyle that you always wanted.

Bring that WOW to the dinner table as your families and friends enjoy these delicious salads and the good part is that you will keep them coming back for more and what better way to get all of these added benefits

So purchase your copy today, trust me you will be glad that you did as you look and feel great. Creating a healthy lifestyle is so awesome, now that is something to get excited about.

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  1. Maria says:

    I just love salads and eat them almost everyday, but sometimes I can get little bored… So I am delighted to have found this review of best dressed 50 recipes.

    One thing I wanted to know though before getting too excited, what kind of ingredients are used in these salad dressings? I mean, are only healthy ingredients used? Would be nice to have some examples. Is extra virgin olive oil used or other oils etc…
    Thank you!

    1. Profile photo of Norman Norman says:

      Hello Maria so good to meet you. These are all great salads, there is olive oil, lemon, lime oil, sesame oil and so much more. You will really love this book. Hope this help, all the best to you and have a good day.

  2. Susan says:

    What makes me interested in buying this book is that it has different dressings paired to different types of greens. And a section of add-ons/toppings. Very astute of you to point that out in your review. It is important to think about salads, and this book will help you do that. I like this post.

    I also think your use of testimonials is very good – these are convincing. But, I think you have them a bit jammed together. I would space them out a bit.

    I think your whole site looks very interesting but I have only reviewed this one page on the “Best Dressed” cookbook. I hope this helps!

    1. Profile photo of Norman Norman says:

      Hello, Susan it is so good to meet you and I am glad that I could help, thanks a million for those kind words and for your advice. All the best to you and have a good evening.

  3. Ashley says:

    We could use a little more greens at the dinner table in the evening. It is great to read that others really like this book.

    Reading this post was a good reminder to drink more veggies and less coffee! I will look into this book, thank you.

    If you have any suggestions on how to cut down on coffee, I would be glad to hear it!

    1. Profile photo of Norman Norman says:

      Hello, Ashely so good to meet you and thanks for commenting. To cut back on your coffee intake you can try these. drink lots of water in the morning, it will help to cut your desire for coffee, Try something new, Dilute your coffee with water, Cut down on the amount of coffee you drink each day and don’t buy it.These are a few you can try, hope this help and have a good day.

  4. Jeff says:

    I have been eating salads for Years and love the way they make me feel. I have always eaten fruit and vegetables as long as I can remember. I got this habit from my Mom as she is a keen believer in the healing power of vegetables.
    I’m 55 years old now and most people say I don’t look a day over 40. My mom is 78 now and whilst many of her friends have passed on, she is still going strong!
    I would like to know if there is a way to spruce up salads so they can be more enjoyable to eat in the “colder” months?
    Looking forward to your reply, Jeff.

    1. Profile photo of Norman Norman says:

      Hello, Jeff so good to meet you. Salads are and awesome way to get those needed nutrients. To spruce them up you can add crushed nuts, avocados, healthy salad dressing like olive oil etc…, Beans, baked or grilled meats like chicken or turkey, adding herbs like garlic, chives, basil and so on.

      These are a few you can try. Hope this help, all the best to you and have a nice day. Please let me know how it goes.

  5. Capn' Jeff says:

    I love a good salad, but I always need a little bit of meat in there, I like cutting steak up in little fine bites and adding to my salad. Sounds like a book full of good ideas from both a taste and health stand point. Golden raisins, that’s another good little salad spruce, just came to me, how could I forget golden raisins?

    1. Profile photo of Norman Norman says:

      Hello so good to meet you it is good to hear that you have made salads a part of your diet. Keep eating healthy. Thanks for commenting, all the best to you and have a good day.

  6. Angela says:

    Wow! I really appreciate the work that you have put into this website. It is amazing the amount of information that is on here! I don’t know if it is just me but I couldn’t get the category drop down to work.

    I will have to go back and keep working on mine after ready your! thank you for the inspiration!

    1. Profile photo of Norman Norman says:

      Hello Angela so nice to meet you. Thanks for those kind words, A lot of work but I am happy to know that you like it. I still have some ways to go But God’s willing I will get there. I am glad I could help, wishing you the best of success and please let me know how your website is coming along.

      I tried the category and it worked just fine, I don’t know what happen but it is working for me, I guess I will have to keep and eye it. Thanks again for commenting.

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