The Whole30 Cookbook by Melissa Hartwig

The Whole30 Cookbook

Still think the Whole30 is a diet? Not with recipes like these. The groundbreaking Whole30 program has helped countless people transform their lives by bringing them better sleep, more energy, fewer cravings, weight loss, and new healthy habits that last a lifetime. In this cookbook, best-selling author and Whole30 co-creator Melissa Hartwig delivers over 150 all-new recipes to help readers prepare delicious, healthy meals during their Whole30 ...

Details The Whole30 Cookbook

TitleThe Whole30 Cookbook
Release DateDec 6th, 2016
PublisherHoughton Mifflin Harcourt
GenreFood and Drink, Cookbooks, Nonfiction, Food, Cooking, Health

Reviews The Whole30 Cookbook

  • Taylor
    I LOVE this cookbook! Most of the recipes are wins, several have made their way into my favorite dishes to make (North African Chicken with roasted carrots? ❤ Forever and ever. Pork tenderloin and apple carrot sauerkraut is my new favorite way to eat pork and cabbage ), and I still have a bunch of pages marked for more winter appropriate dishes. I can’t recommend this book enough. Everything is so tasty! Highly recommend trying this if you’...
  • Christine Comito
    I've marked lots of recipes that look tasty!
  • Vonnie Jeffers
    All the recipes sound wonderful. Very well written and the photos are fantastic!
  • Mary
    There are a lot of great recipes in this book. They are written in a way that's easy to follow. Every one was a hit. They don't sound too impressive by the names alone but they are balanced, full of flavor and satisfying. I didn't fully appreciate them until I started trying other Whole30 or Paleo recipes from the internet. My favorites from this book include Bistro Breakfast Salad, Sausage-Mushroom Frittata, Asian Beef Zoodle Soup, and Asian Ses...
  • Courtney
    Will be starting the whole30 revolution in January! Wish me luck :)
  • Kelly
    I have made many recipes from this book, and every one has been very good. We especially like the Thai Coconut Chicken Soup, Autumn Hash, Italian Meatball Soup, and Cuban Spiced Pork Tenderloin.The organization of the book and photographs are very good. The "Introduction" and additional tips for each recipe are very informative. In looking for "substitutes" for many things while eating Whole 30 and Paleo, I found the "Sauces and Dressings" and "B...
  • Linda Cain
    An excellent book. Lots of great recipes .... we are continuing try out new ones. I really like the Whole 30 cooking method for people with different sensitivities and diet needs. After years of dealing with and cooking for family members with food allergies, sensitivities ( grains,dairy, sulfites, etc.) it is refreshing to find a cookbook like The Whole 30 Cookbook with healthy appealing recipes to help people feel better through becoming more a...
  • Katrin
    I love cook books but this one is ok I guess. Really wish photography was better. With the amount of great food photographers and bloggers out there this is kind of disappointing. I get that they were going for the clean look but it just ended up being so...bland looking? And not all recipes have photos. Idk, I guess it’s just me, but I can’t get into a cook book that doesn’t show each recipe.
  • Diane Moore
    Lots of interesting recipes. I bought this and the Whole30 book at the same time because I was starting the Whole30 with two friends in just a couple of days. I really did not need this book as I am a fairly accomplished cook and can easily determine what I could make that would be compliant. But for someone who is not used to cooking and avoiding processed foods, there are some great tips and recipes in this book.
  • Rachel
    want to try:moroccan cauliflower ricesalt and vinegar smashed potatoesasian sesame chicken saladsautéed plantainsbroiled shrimp gremolatacoconut crusted fish w/ stir fried veggiescauliflower poblano pilafasian seared scallop saladeasy greek style lemon potatoessmoky barbecue spiced kale chipsspicy cacao orange almonds
  • Kimberly
    I can’t really say that I would make the majority of these recipes. Most are beyond my skill, comfort, or budget level. However, it gives you ideas of ways to cook in the whole 30 style, and especially helpful for me, are the many different spice combinations you can use in a lot of recipes. That is an area where I struggle.
  • Trish
    This is a much more extensive set of recipes for doing a Whole30, than just the original book. Super helpful! But beware! A lot of the recipes are combination recipes that will take a bit more time than originally expected. Still, very tasty and helpful with providing ideas for creative food combinations, whether you're doing the Whole30 or not
  • Sidney
    If you prefer holding a book vs reading online, or are in the mood to create more labor intensive meals, make the investment. The introduction/philosophy behind the whole30 concept was helpful, but most of it is also available on-line. I found the recipes to be a good jumping off point for easier recipes, but I preferred recipes that I found on-line.
  • Ginger
    These recipes are a little more fancy than the original book. They take a little more time. Some ingredients are hard to find. Sometimes I feel that when I'm cooking these things that I'm missing the point of whole30. Just eat Whole Foods. It doesn't have to be difficult.That being said, there are lots of yummy things things here.
  • Diana
    This is a very nice cookbook. Pretty, too! And it includes ingredients that I've actually heard of, which helps. Still not sure why it's okay to serve cauliflower rice if you're trying to avoid things that the brain can substitute as a grain, but it's delicious, so who cares.
  • Becky Kondritz
    I was going to give this book a four star, but I love the section on making sauces and condiments such as mayonaise, salad dressing, etc. Some of the recipes I would "dumb down" because they are labor intensive.
  • Sandra Simmons
    A terrific book that is filled with recipes that make everyone at our table happy. With all our food sensitivities we have managed to be satisfied with the Whole 30 meals. Love this book and just purchased the fast and easy version of this Whole30.
  • Missy
    Excellent resource for any whole30. Great help.
  • Jessica
    A good variety of dishes. Simple to understand each recipe.
  • Brenda Brownrigg
    Good foundation The sauces and base dishes make a great foundation for novice cooks and novice Whole30 participants. Some are based on classic recipes.
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  • Nancy G / alovelybookishlife
    I received as a goodreads giveaway!! Just in time for the new year!! Thank you, I cannot wait to try some of the yummy recipes!!
  • Miriam Jacobs
    Good recipes and ideas for keeping your body grain-free.
  • Christina
    loved it and want to buy this cookbook! i borrowed from the library.
  • Suzanne Crim Ferro
    Did not care for many of the recipes in this book.
  • Alexis
    Some good recipes that worked out, others were just ok.
  • Beth Polebaum
    Try the Moroccan Chicken and Carrot-Pistachio Slaw on page 143. Spectacular! I’m also going to try the Spicy Cacao-Orange Almonds on p. 275 for our Super Bowl party.
  • Jane Ryan
    Excellent book on self-care and how to definitively determine what your food allergies are for optimal health.
  • Savannah Hardin
    Love Whole30 recipes!
  • Lisa
    I would buy this. Lots of easy yummy recipes.