I was at the grocery store <shudder> today, and I saw this Eat Clean Cookbook. I picked it up because the title was intriguing. And you know what I found? Recipes made out of real food! Amazing. 

I don’t know anything about the Eat Clean Diet. What I do know is that, flipping through this book, I saw recipe after recipe that was made of real, honest food. I’m pretty excited to see something like that on mainstream shelves. Seriously, other than a bit of baking-powder and some salt, I didn’t see anything that wasn’t just plain food — you know, plants and animals.

Oh, the joy!

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