The Working Class Foodies Cookbook: 100 Delicious Seasonal and Organic Recipes for Under $8 per Person

The Working Class Foodies Cookbook Delicious Seasonal and Organic Recipes for Under per Person A YouTube celebrity and food blogger s budget friendly cookbook shows how real people can have real food real cheap Rebecca Lando was sick of survival eating The sight of boxed mac n cheese and ramen

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  • Title: The Working Class Foodies Cookbook: 100 Delicious Seasonal and Organic Recipes for Under $8 per Person
  • Author: Rebecca Lando
  • ISBN: 9781592407538
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • A YouTube celebrity and food blogger s budget friendly cookbook shows how real people can have real food, real cheap Rebecca Lando was sick of survival eating The sight of boxed mac n cheese and ramen noodles curdled her appetite, but her meager paycheck severely limited her options Creatively cooking led to what s now a popular weekly web series chronicling her adventA YouTube celebrity and food blogger s budget friendly cookbook shows how real people can have real food, real cheap Rebecca Lando was sick of survival eating The sight of boxed mac n cheese and ramen noodles curdled her appetite, but her meager paycheck severely limited her options Creatively cooking led to what s now a popular weekly web series chronicling her adventures in making delicious cheap meals with the best local and seasonal ingredients.In The Working Class Foodies Cookbook, Rebecca s mission is to share tasty, affordable recipes and invaluable advice for the home cook, including how to stock a 40, 60, and 100 pantry which organic items are okay to skip and why making your own stock, ketchup, and even Pop Tarts is good for your body and your wallet.Many people think that the real food movement is only for the wealthy, but Rebecca s delicious recipes including red skinned potatoes coated in chives and butter for under 2, sweet potato gnocchi for under 5, and a chicken roast for under 8 show readers the way to eating better and cheaply Starving students, working parents, and fixed income retirees alike will eat up Rebecca s message, because real people deserve real food, real cheap

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    1. This book was the MOST informative cookbook that I've ever read-I'm not kidding. I was wandering through a bookstore the other day, wondering if it was possible to find a cookbook that would allow me to keep from spending a lot of money while still eating delicious meals-because, let's be honest, who REALLY wants to eat ramen noodles for four years of college-and at the end of a 20-minute search, I came away with this in my hands. In just my first week of using the book, it has more than paid fo [...]

    2. I am not the intended audience for this book, and that has likely influenced my 3-star review - I'd guess that a new college graduate or struggling grad student would be the Ideal Reader. For me, I'd hoped that the book (reviewed positively in the WSJ) would expand/enhance my childhood experiences of food frugality (shazaam! 1 can of tomatoes, heavy cream and powdered milk and viola! tomato soup), but the recipes are more exotic ingredients than frugal and the overly earnest tone of the writer p [...]

    3. I love some of the recipes in this book, especially those featuring creative and delicious ways to make use of seasonal vegetables. I was a bit disappointed, however, in many of the meat recipes herein. It seemed to me that in spite of the name, the author chose some of the most expensive cuts of meat (lamb shanks, brisket, pork tenderloin), and the recipes for these seemed a bit uninspired. When I selected the book at the library, I was hoping for something that would teach me to cook cheaper c [...]

    4. This really is a bit of a hipster cookbook. Her definition of working class isn't the same as mine. While she offers a lot of interesting information at the beginning of the book, regarding CSAs and Co-ops, I didn't think her advice was that practical if you lived outside an urban or suburban area. And there isn't much guidance for navigating regular supermarkets.The veggie recipes shine here. They're really creative, and the salads were really unique. The meat and fish recipes weren't standouts [...]

    5. There is some good information in this book, but also some bad or mis-information. The author seems to promote farm-raised fish, but never mentions that farm-raised fish have higher fat content, many have antibiotics and who knows what else in them, higher PCB's and toxin levels as well as less Omega 3's than wild caught fish. As far as "cheap" goes, I had to laugh when I saw the pantry section. It says "How to Stock a Pantry for $60 to $80), but the very first item is olive oil with the price l [...]

    6. As someone who does not cook, I found this book really helpful in learning the basics such as: planning meals, making stock, and stocking a pantry. One aspect I like, is that a lot of the ingredients are reused throughout the book, meaning you don't have to go out and buy $30 worth of food just for one meal. This book is geared more towards those on the beginner end of the spectrum, and while the recipes may be seen as somewhat basic they allow for a lot creativity and exploration of flavors. So [...]

    7. Many things that started on the internet have become books, and Working Class Foodie is arguably my favorite. My cooking and baking desires almost always outweigh my monetary restrictions, but cookbook is a gateway to cheap (and tasty!) eating and living. Lando includes not only recipes but cheap pantry basics and alternatives, which is awesome for those of us who’d like to be a bit more self-sustaining that Ritz Crackers and TopRamen want us to be. Definitely a must-buy for college students a [...]

    8. It's a cookbook, so the majority was just recipes - which I read almost all of the descriptions and special technique instructions - so I glossed through most of it once Lando jumped from prose about how to shop / cook / experiment to the recipes. I think I'm going to have to buy this one and add it to my hoard of cookbooks.

    9. This book lit a fire in me. I have been transitioning to a cleaner more pure way of eating and living and this book provided very simple ways of cooking. It is very user friendly and not at all intimidating. I can't wait to make my very first loaf of bread! :-)

    10. Some of it was pretty good - I hadnt thought of turning leftover fresh herbs into herb butter or pesto (I tend to over-pick a lot!) and the roasted broccoli was good. Some of it was a bit exotic though, and while there were recipes that could be made vegan, a lot could not.

    11. One of these days I'm going to make my own moules marinières. Thanks to this cookbook, now I have a real recipe to use!

    12. Though I like the concept, I really wish that there were more pictures, and that they were with the corresponding recipes.

    13. Based entirely on the premise of being able to spend half one's life going to various markets and cooking. Pretentious, privileged BS. Not impressed.

    14. Okay. Her two main tips are make your own broth and go to farmer's markets, which aren't terribly new concepts. But I did like her writing style and the recipe for broth is simply and very tasty.

    15. Not many recipes I myself cared to try in this one. I only found a few out of the whole book Just a 'personality' thing, I'm sure. Others might find these recipes 'jive' with them more

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