The Healthy Matcha Cookbook: Green Tea?Inspired Meals, Snacks, Drinks, and Desserts

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A Beautiful Collection of Recipes Featuring One of the World’s Most Popular and Powerful Superfoods

In The Healthy Matcha Cookbook, food blogger and registered dietitian Miryam Quinn-Doblas explores the various ways matcha powder—a main component of green tea—can be incorporated into everyday recipes to give your immune system the boost it needs to keep you healthy.

The health benefits of matcha powder far exceed those of green tea in drink form. The more than sixty recipes in this cookbook are easy to prepare and feature fresh, high-quality ingredients that aim to incorporate matcha powder, a powerful antioxidant, into the diet.

This cookbook will take each reader on a healthy cooking journey with foolproof recipes such as: Creamy kale tomato pasta
Curried coconut broccoli soup
Chocolate chunk cookies
Breakfast frittatas and muffins
Energy truffles and bars
And many more!

If you want to feel better, have more energy, and decrease the amount of toxins in your body, The Healthy Matcha Cookbook is a great resource that will help you restore and strengthen your mental and physical health. This is a beautiful guide that offers home cooks of all levels the chance to transform meals into satisfying, wholesome, healthy food using one of the world’s most popular superfoods.

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About the author

Miryam Quinn-Doblas, MS, RD, is a registered dietitian, a recipe developer, a photographer, and the creator of EatGood4Life.com. Her blog focuses on healthy food made from scratch, as she is passionate about the importance of optimal nutrition. Born and raised in Spain, Miryam lives in New Jersey, where she is studying to become a physician’s assistant.
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Publisher
Simon and Schuster
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Published on
Oct 20, 2015
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Pages
176
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ISBN
9781510700628
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Language
English
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Genres
Cooking / Beverages / General
Cooking / Health & Healing / Weight Control
Cooking / Specific Ingredients / Herbs, Spices, Condiments
Cooking / Specific Ingredients / Natural Foods
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This content is DRM protected.
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