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Mediterranean: Naturally nutritious recipes from the world's healthiest diet (Hardcover)
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Eating healthily has never been easier with Susie Theodorou's book Mediterranean.
"This book is a love letter to the Mediterranean - full of flavours and the kind of wisdom that only a woman who travels with her own set of knives can impart. It is cooking with love." - Gwyneth Paltrow
Eating healthily has never been easier with Susie Theodorou's book Mediterranean. Susie explores how the Mediterranean diet is a lifestyle choice and a pattern of eating based on rural life where people used to eat what they grew and enjoy it communally. Her approach embraces seasonal and nutritious foods, without the strict regime of a diet book. She does not focus on weight loss or weight gain but instead promotes a healthier and happier way of life.
Raised by Greek-Cypriot parents on a diet of freshly picked, plucked and cooked food, Susie knows first-hand the benefits of eating traditional Mediterranean dishes. And because you are focusing on simple combinations of exceptional ingredients, this is cooking on a budget. A self-confessed 'lazy cook', Susie has multiple ideas for using olives, tomatoes, tinned fish, white cheese, home-made hummus, and simple dressings for meat and fish. There are also tips on how to feed more friends with less food, how to stock a Mediterranean larder to be proud of and how to eat seasonally.
And with recipes like Pan-seared Figs with Pecorino and Rocket, Charred Mixed Greens with Fennel and Lemons, Courgette and Dill Fritters, and Fish En Papillotte with Capers & Tomatoes, you will be inspired to cook up a Mediterranean feast any day of the week.
About the Author
Susie Theodorou is a world-renowned food stylist and trained home economist who works in London and New York. She has travelled all over the world for her work and is the author of the Coffee and Bites and Can I Freeze It?. Born and raised in London to Greek Cypriot parents, Susie is keen to inspire people with the Mediterranean diet she grew up with.