Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen by Cathy Vogt
Plant forward recipes & soulful nourishment

Despite the trendiness of cooking shows, few people actually cook their own meals.
What’s the disconnect?

Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen begins by addressing the very real challenges of today’s busy lifestyle, illustrating them with personal stories and teaching you how to change your thought patterns and food habits through simple practices.

The cooking section, complete with gluten-free, soy-free and vegan recipes, includes a pantry guide and kitchen essentials checklist. Use the included Perfect Pairing Guide, to help you combine recipes to create easy meals and suggestions for incorporating dairy and other protein sources to accommodate people following different diets.

Thank you, Cathy, for writing your book. I was captured and motivated by the first chapter. The book consists of very simple steps to get you motivated to get back into the kitchen whether solo or with your family. Your nourishment practices & positive thoughts give us a chance to self-reflect to become aware of what is really important to us. I loved Chapter 5 “Discover Your Cooking Style” and can’t wait to start trying some of the recipes. My dad is a big scone fan, so I plan on making your Hazelnut-Cranberry Scones for him. I truly believe that cooking brings people together and your book highlights the very essence of doing just that with love and showing us how to nourish our bodies with essential lifestyle tips.
-Reviewed on, January 16, 2016

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