The Longevity Kitchen: Satisfying, Big-Flavor Recipes Featuring the Top 16 Age-Busting Power Foods by Rebecca Katz and Mat Edelson

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  • Carrot apple slaw with cranberries

    • Cheri on June 03, 2014

      This was a great picnic salad, keeps well, improves with time. Refreshing. Made one day ahead and we loved it. Nice crunchy side with a sandwich. Even though these are more "fall" flavors, I found it to be a bright summery dish as well.

  • Silk Road spiced walnuts

    • jumali on May 01, 2013

      These nuts have a very interesting flavor--not at all sweet.

  • Gluten-free blueberry mini muffins

    • PennyG on June 05, 2016

      I do not eat gluten free, but I have a good friend who does. I bought this book for her birthday and made these muffins for her. They are good, but not nearly as nice as my regular blueberry muffin recipe. I'm glad I do not need to eat gluten free - the almond flour and maple sugar cost a fortune!

    • Astrid5555 on June 09, 2013

      Being a mom of a recently diagnosed child with juvenile diabetes, I am on the constant lookout for healthy treats that do not cause high blood sugar spikes, and these definitely fit the bill. I did not grind the almonds that finely to add a little crunch, substituted agave syrup for honey, and reduced the maple sugar by one third. Delicious little treats which will go into the regular rotation!

    • mzgourmand on April 22, 2018

      Absolutely delicious and incredibly quick and easy! I always hesitate a bit about cookbooks with titles like "Age-Busting" or "Power Foods" but Rebecca Katz truly does create delicious food that is also healthy.

  • Quinoa with edamame, ginger, and lime

    • Astrid5555 on April 29, 2014

      Made as a healthy side dish to an otherwise not so healthy main :-). Very good.

  • Swiss chard and roasted butternut sqaush tart

    • sheepishjen on December 06, 2015

      I have made this many times and it is absolutely fantastic. It also freezes very well. It is great as an appetizer for vegetarian guests - I cut it in bite sized pieces and then warm quickly in the oven before passing around on a tray. Loved by meat-eaters and vegetarians alike.

  • Julie's "spring is busting out all over" soup

    • Barb_N on March 27, 2014

      Who could resist such a happy sounding recipe? This makes a creamy (dairy free) green soup- leeks, peas (I used edamame), asparagus, parsley and finished with lemon juice. The recipe seems a bit of a mish-mash in the name of longevity promoting ingredients- thyme, mint, chive oil and yogurt. I skipped all of these and the flavor was well balanced.

  • Curried butternut squash soup

    • Barb_N on February 21, 2017

      I made this for an ailing friend using homemade bone broth. So good I was sad there was not enough to keep some at home. I had to ad lib with the second batch as I ran out of cumin, using curry powder instead. The flavors are spot on and full of healing properties if you ascribe to that: ginger and turmeric especially.

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  • ISBN 10 1607742950
  • ISBN 13 9781607742951
  • Published Feb 26 2013
  • Format eBook
  • Page Count 256
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Ten Speed Press
  • Imprint Ten Speed Press

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A collection of 125 delicious whole-foods recipes showcasing 16 antioxidant-rich power foods, developed by wellness authority Rebecca Katz to combat and prevent chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, inflammation, arthritis, and other conditions that plague American adults, enabling readers to live longer, healthier lives.

Food is your most powerful tool.
You want to make better nutritional choices, but the science of eating has become more complicated than ever. If you’ve been diagnosed with prediabetes, are at risk for heart disease, have a family history of high blood pressure, or simply want to eat a healthful diet to promote long life, how do you know which foods will really deliver the greatest benefits?

In this collection of more than 100 recipes that combine smart nutrition and superb flavor, culinary nutrition pioneer Rebecca Katz highlights the top sixteen foods proven to fight the most common chronic conditions. Katz draws on the latest scientific research to explain how super foods such as asparagus, basil, coffee, dark chocolate, kale, olive oil, sweet potatoes, and wild salmon can build immunity, lower cholesterol, enhance memory, strengthen the heart, and reduce your chances of developing diabetes and other diseases.

This practical, flavor-packed guide presents the most effective—and delicious—ways to use food to improve the performance of every system in the body. Katz explains the health advantages of each main ingredient, and includes menu plans to address specific symptoms and detailed nutritional information for each recipe.

Easy-to-find ingredients are incorporated into a powerful arsenal of tantalizing recipes, including:
• Roasted Asparagus Salad with Arugula and Hazelnuts
• Costa Rican Black Bean Soup with Sweet Potato
• Black Cod with Miso-Ginger Glaze
• Herby Turkey Sliders
• Thyme Onion Muffins
• Yogurt Berry Brûlée with Almond Brittle

Based on the most up-to-date nutritional research, The Longevity Kitchen helps you feed your family well and live a long and vibrant life.


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