Looking to embrace a more plant-centred diet but don’t know where to start?
Ready to simplify your life in the kitchen, save time and money?
Don’t want to commit to full-on meal planning?
The Minimalist’s Guide to Eating Well is for all of you wellness rebels who want it all: to eat well, spend less and have the freedom to create amazing, plant-based meals on the fly.
“This guide comes at the perfect time to help me get back on track with simple, healthy eating. It’s full of great information, presented in a fun and engaging way. I am ready to ramp up my plant-based menu-planning with Desiree’s easy and tasty formulas.”
Just how minimal are we talking?
Don’t worry…spartan eating this is not! The Minimalist Guide is all about simplifying your life in the kitchen and make it refreshingly simple to eat well. Cut out the internet noise, focus on fresh, whole plant foods and streamline your approach to cooking. Ditch the waste, ditch the rigid meal plan…keep the flavour.
The heart of the Minimalist Guide is the capsule kitchen: the everyday items I can’t live without, selected with health and versatility in mind.
Healthy, plant-centred eating shouldn’t be complex…you don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars…or hours in the kitchen… to feed yourself the way you crave.
“The truth is that I don’t cook much, I rarely eat fruits or vegetables, and my fridge and pantry are disasters. Although I want to eat better and get healthy, I’m a ‘nutrition newbie’. Plus, I really didn’t know where to start. But thanks to The Minimalist’s Guide to Eating Well, I’m now motivated and inspired: I finally understand (eureka!) exactly why fruits and vegetables are so good for me, I know how to stock my fridge and pantry, I have meal formulas to get me started and, best of all, there are just three simple rules for me to follow!”
The 60-page Minimalist’s Guide to eating well Includes:
- Advice on how to move towards a more plant-centred, anti-inflammatory diet
- Simple tips to help you avoid food waste
- Your Capsule Kitchen: versatile, nutrient-dense staples that won’t break the bank, why they are beneficial and how to use them
- Ten un-recipe meal formulas to help you freestyle your meal prep without flying blind
- Advice for setting up your kitchen for those who are new to cooking for themselves
- Guidance on everyday supplementation for the rest of us
Here’s what readers are saying:
“Desiree has always inspired me with her whole foods, plant-based approach to nutrition and her new ‘Minimalist Guide’ has taken it next level! It has a simple approach to nutrition that made me feel like I could easily incorporate her suggestions into my everyday living with a little planning and preparation. As a fellow RD/colleague I would HIGHLY recommend this guide to anyone who is looking to streamline their approach to nutrition, include more plants in their diet or just wants an easy to read, no B.S. guide to getting your diet and meals in order.”
Melanie G. Registered Dietitian
“The Minimalist’s Guide to Eating Well is a fountain of information that would benefit anyone. Whether you are new in the kitchen or seasoned cook, this guide is a must-have resource tool with some pretty terrific recipe formulas. Our family has fallen in love with the gorgeous grain bowl and love the mix and match options of this recipe and of others in the guide.”
“In a rabbit hole of overwhelming and conflicting health articles, ‘The Minimalist’s Guide to Eating Well’ reads like a conversation with a close knowledgable friend. The guidance shared by Desiree is deconstructed and discussed in such a way that it will resonate with both health aficionados and those striving to make healthier decisions. Since I find myself in the latter category, I appreciated her encouraging approach to this overwhelming topic: meaningful changes feel attainable for my family. Thank you so much, Desiree!”
Eating well is a beautiful thing…let my Minimalist Guide to Eating Well help make it joyful, easy and delicious.