Deliciously Ella

Deliciously Ella

100+ Easy, Healthy, and Delicious Plant-based, Gluten-free Recipes

Book - 2015
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From the founder of the wildly popular food blog Deliciously Ella, 120 plant-based, dairy-free, and gluten-free recipes with gorgeous, full-color photographs that capture the amazing things we can do with natural ingredients. In 2011, nineteen-year-old Ella Woodward was diagnosed with a rare illness that left her bed-ridden, in chronic pain, and plagued by heart palpitations and headaches. When conventional medicine failed her, Ella decided to change her diet. She gave up meat, gluten, dairy, sugar, and anything processed--and the effects were immediate: her symptoms disappeared, her energy returned, and she was able to go off all her medication. A self-confessed sweet tooth, Ella taught herself how to make delicious, plant-based meals that delight the palette and improve overall well-being. Deliciously Ella is an essential, how-to guide to clean, plant-based eating, taking you through the best ingredients and methods for preparing easy, exciting meals. This is not a diet--it's about creating a new mindset that embraces fantastic food. From sweet potato brownies to silky chocolate mousse and roasted butternut squash risotto and homemade fries and ketchup, Ella shares 100 brand-new recipes and twenty classics in her signature, elegant style. Packed with vivid photos and simple, foolproof instructions, Deliciously Ella provides a foundation for a pure, unprocessed, unrefined diet, so you can look and feel better while enjoying great food.
Publisher: New York : Scribner, 2015
ISBN: 9781476793283
147679328X
9781501138195
Characteristics: 255 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm

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Swtalyssums
Jun 02, 2016

Very helpful guide for someone who wants to start a healthy, plant based diet.

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MillieBT
Apr 16, 2016

Its doable recipes

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Earbobgirl
Sep 28, 2015

deliciouslyella.com

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goddessbeth
Jul 23, 2015

This is a pretty approachable cookbook: Ella's tone is conversational and she's definitely trying to provide a resource, not proselytizing her dietary choices. I'm not a vegan, but I'm making a switch to a low-histamine diet which calls for (among other things) cutting out gluten and dairy, and cutting down on sugar. I was pleased to see several recipes in here (75% of them, in fact) that intrigue me, and seem doable. While I'll have to hunt to find buckwheat flour and a few other 'odd' ingredients, almost everything else in every listed recipe can be had at the local grocer, and made in an hour or less. Yay! I'm especially interested in the buckwheat and quinoa recipes, and the sweet "baked" goods recipes. I recommend this to anyone seeking inspiration for plant-forward, gluten- & dairy-free, unprocessed-food recipes.

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annehf
Jun 08, 2015

Pretentious writing style. The sweet potato brownies were incredibly disappointing, and a waste of two sweet potatoes that deserved better.

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