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Clean Green Drinks: 100+ Cleansing Recipes to Renew & Restore Your Body and Mind (Anglais) Relié – 22 avril 2014

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Advance praise for Clean Green Drinks
“Candice’s recipes are delicious and will keep your skin glowing from the inside out. Trust me, your body will be thanking you once you introduce Clean Green Drinks into your diet!”—Adriana Lima, supermodel

“I’ve always been a fan of Candice’s recipes, and I can’t wait for her juices to kick-start my health! Healthy eating can be delicious!”—Nicole Miller, designer
“Candice Kumai knows how to jam a bazillion nutrients into a tasty and refreshing glass. Her creative beverages will give your body a boost and your taste buds a treat.”—Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D., C.D.N., New York Times bestselling author and nutrition expert for NBC’s Today

Clean Green Drinks is one of the most impressive health books out there, full of amazingly delicious recipes and fresh ingredients. If it’s great health you want, this book delivers.”Kim Barnouin, New York Times bestselling co-author of Skinny Bitch
“Candice Kumai is an absolute artist with recipes. She’s shaking things up with Clean Green Drinks. This book has taken my juicing obsession to a whole new level.”—Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles
“Combine a passion for health and nutrition with culinary expertise and you have Candice Kumai. I recommend her books for every kitchen!”—Dr. Lindsey Duncan, celebrity nutritionist and naturopathic doctor

“Candice has whipped up the most stylish guide to juicing. Green truly is the new black.”—Michelle Smith, founder and designer, Milly
Clean Green Drinks is a treasure trove of recipes—perfect for cleansing, detoxing, and everyday sipping! The beautiful pictures and design of the book are bound to inspire.”— Alexandra Jamieson, co-creator of Super Size Me and author of The Great American Detox Diet
“Going green has never been so delicious! Candice makes these recipes healthy, easy, fun, and yummy!”—Keri Glassman, nutritionist, TV personality, and author of The New You and Improved Diet

Biographie de l'auteur

Candice Kumai, former host of Lifetime’s Cook Yourself Thin and TLC’s Homemade Simple, had traveled across Asia, New York City, and Los Angeles as a fashion model by the age of fifteen. At twenty-two, she received her professional culinary training at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Los Angeles and cooked in several California-based restaurants. Candice was the youngest chef to compete on Bravo’s inaugural season of Top Chef at age twenty-three. As a major influencer by the age of thirty, Candice wrote and developed recipes for more than half a dozen cookbooks, including the New York Times #1 bestseller Cook Yourself Thin, Skinny Bitch Cookbook, Recipe Rehab, and Novak Djokovic’s Serve to Win. Her cookbooks include Pretty Delicious, Cook Yourself Sexy, and Clean Green Drinks. Candice is featured in and contributes to dozens of food, health, beauty, fashion, and lifestyle shows and publications.
In 2012 she began hosting workshops in New York City at the James Beard Foundation. Additionally, Candice has been an ambassador to the White House AAPI Alliance and The Resolution Project at Harvard Club of New York City. Candice has spoken at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, Columbia University Medical Center, University of San Diego, The New York Times Travel Show, and the NBA. Candice is the chef ambassador to 1,000 Days (founded by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton). She volunteers her time with Whole Foods, The Chef’s Garden, and Health Corps. She is a fellowship member of the UN Foundation.
Candice is currently a regular judge on Food Network’s Iron Chef America, a health journalist, and food editor-at-large at Shape and Men’s Fitness magazines.

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  • Relié: 208 pages
  • Editeur : Galvanized Books (22 avril 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 055339083X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553390834
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,1 x 2,1 x 21,2 cm
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Par Naima le 11 avril 2015
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Vraiment bon et sain. Et surtout peu calorique. Quelques recettes divines avec des produits basiques et d autres un peu complexes du aux ingredients
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34 internautes sur 36 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Best in Its Genre! 30 avril 2014
Par Diane Rocha - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I met Candice at a book signing last weekend on a whim. I didn't think I would buy her book. "Who needs a book on smoothies and juices?" I thought to myself. "You just throw a bunch of healthy stuff in the Vita Mix or the juicer. Done." I was wrong. I bought the book, had her sign it, and proceeded to run right to my local natural foods store to buy the ingredients I needed.

I want to be clear here. I am not a Candice Kumai groupie. I have never watched Top Chef. I have never seen her on any of the myriad TV shows on which she has appeared. I do have her other cookbooks, but I didn't know the first two - Cook Yourself Thin and Pretty Delicious - were by the same author as Cook Yourself Sexy. I didn't figure that out until just a few months ago.

The more I listened to her speak, though, I thought, "This young woman has a lot to teach me." This, in spite of the fact that I have been making smoothies for over a decade. Some were okay; some were spot on, but they were never consistently amazing. Apparently, I needed some guidance. I have found it here. Yay! And she is wonderful! Down to earth, funny, approachable, and so very real.

The first recipe I made was the Chocolate Peanut Butter Monster on page 126. It was amazing. I did add chia seeds, because I am obsessed with them right now, but other than that, I followed the recipe right down to the Bartlett pear. It was dessert in a glass. Last night I made the Dark Chocolate Chia (page 154), which, of course, had my beloved chia seeds. I may have liked this one even more. I love that it is sweetened solely with dates. How healthy is that?!? Again, it was dessert. No need for cookies; not even the slightest craving for them either.

I have saved the best (so far) for last. When I got home from work last night, I was really hungry and tired. I needed to make dinner, and I was so hungry that I almost gave in and ordered take-out. Instead, I made the Kale Apple Juice. Candice's words from the book: "With clean ingredients all around - apples, kale, and cucumber - you'll feel immediately recharged and revitalized by sipping this juice." I thought, "Yeah, sure, Candice. Where is the protein to sustain me? Oh, well, at the very least it will rehydrate me while I am cooking dinner." I was also hesitant because while I love kale, I have never been a fan of juiced kale. Until now. First of all, it was the most amazing shade of deep emerald green. And the taste! Unbelievable! I did add the optional lemon. It was so refreshing - a hint of sweetness - in no way cloying, with a clean and pure taste - absolutely hit the spot. And I did feel "recharged and revitalized." It is now 1:43 p.m. the next day, and I swear I am still feeling the high! I know!

I can't wait to get home to make a different juice and/or smoothie. What taste sensation awaits? I am actually considering making all the recipes in the book, in order. I'll report my progress here as I go.
26 internautes sur 28 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
An absolutely perfect guide to getting your juice (or smoothie) on. 24 avril 2014
Par darlingberna - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
A few years ago, I invested in a Vitamix and a nice masticating juicer and have been making green smoothies and juices like a boss. And though I love my usual smoothie/juice recipes, I've been searching for ways to branch out a little. With so many fruits and veggies to choose from, so many protein powders and other additions (maca powder, WHAT!?), chocolate/cacao nibs, coconut milk, almond milk...it gets a little overwhelming with how many combinations are possible. I've made many a bad experimental smoothie or juice concoction, and I don't like wasting food...so Candice's book is a completely PERFECT guide for those who need a little direction in the drinks vein.

Candice's book is a great reference for even the most novice of juicers...she tells you about the ingredients she's chosen, why they're good for you, she outlines several blender and juicer options at every price point, and all the smoothies and juices are categorized by purpose. The recipes are clear and simple, and the photos are so gorgeous that they will inspire you to try every new flavor combination in there. In fact, I called my husband and asked him to find me a watermelon SOLELY because of the recipe/photo of the Strawberry Watermelon Refresher smoothie.

Just in time for summer, y'all - it's easy to get that beach body ready when you're armed with guides like this. No need to buy prepackaged smoothie mixes or $8 juices when you can make this all at home! Five clean green delicious stars!
14 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Such a great variety! Order it! 1 mai 2014
Par The Diane - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I use my Vitamix 5200 at least twice a day (and my bf uses it as much as well). We love green smoothies and while we typically made up our own recipes or browsed pinterest, I couldn't pass up this new book by Candice Kumai. I love her other cookbooks! As you can see in the preview, the beginning of the book has great explanations of how to stock your fridge, pantry, and details health benefits of all her favorite ingredients.

There are plenty of new combinations I've never considered like the Lean Pumpkin Smoothie and adding mint! I think it's heavier on smoothie recipes, but that is fine by me. Since receiving the book last Friday I've already tried at least 5 recipes.

I especially appreciate the flat belly and post workout smoothies like The Green Vanilla Almond! The book is small and hardcover, so it's convenient to keep nearby in the kitchen. ORDER IT!
24 internautes sur 28 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Beautiful Book, Decent Recipes 24 avril 2014
Par Krislynn143 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I want to start off by saying that I am an avid juicing/smoothie making kind of gal. I have been juicing for nearly six years now and recently I have ventured into the world of smoothies (thanks to my Vitamix). This book is a great stepping stone for people who are looking forward to implementing juice into their lives. This is not a diet book, nor are the recipes even feasible to survive off of.

I do have some issues with the content within this book, nothing too crazy, but just some issues.

1. There is no glossary/index, so referencing items in the book is next to impossible (unless, of course, you write down the page number and the item-NOT good for the Kindle version).

2. Some of the suggested recipes are missing from the book (possibly an issue with the Kindle version, I am unsure).

3. A shopping guide, as to where to buy "bee pollen" and other items would have been nice. I know you can travel to Whole Foods and undoubtedly find such items, but maybe Candace could have suggested. *On a side note - I went to Whole Foods and they do not carry a lot of the grains/extras that she suggests.

Overall, the book has amazing pictures and nice recipes, but not my favorite choice. Candace looks amazing, which can lead many people to think.... "I want to look like her. Let me juice!" The recipes are low in calories, which is a nice thing, but like I said... this book is NOT a diet book, but rather a book for you to reference when you want to make a smoothie or juice. Definitely get the REAL book and not the Kindle edition, if you plan on buying this. Candace's recipes are a bit over the top and loaded with ingredients, but if you love her from previous books, tv, etc. you will probably enjoy this book as well.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good book with some annoying issues 16 avril 2015
Par Rachel_NYC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
FYI for those considering buying: this book includes both juices and smoothies--in other words, you'll need a juicer as well as a blender if you want to try all of the recipes. One workaround if you don't have a juicer is a nut milk bag--just process the ingredients in your blender and then strain the mix through the fine mesh bag to get juice without a juicer.

Also, the author is a big fan of ingredients like matcha powder, bee pollen, green superfood powder, maca, probiotics, and so on, and a lot of the recipes have these add-ins. I mention it because I know that's not always everyone's cup of tea...just know ahead of time that a good chunk of the recipes call for these kinds of ingredients.

I personally love the general content of this book, and based on the title and what I know of Candice Kumai, it's exactly what I wanted and was expecting: lots of healthy and varied green drinks to add to my smoothie and juice repertoire. Awesome.

The issue is that there are some irritating problems with the book that make it a lot less functional and enjoyable to use than it would have been with a few minor tweaks. I wish I could give it 3.5 stars, because I do think the content itself is good and I hate to knock it for issues unrelated to the writing or the recipes themselves, but if I have to choose between 3 and 4 stars, the problems are enough of a nuisance to knock off the extra star.

Awkward serving sizes: too many of the drink recipes in the book are for 3 or 4 people. It doesn't make much sense to me: are that many people regularly making the same smoothie for 3-4 people at a time? It seems like it'd make more sense to write all the recipes for two people, which makes it simple to double or halve for more or fewer people. My usual go-to source for smoothie recipes does it that way, and it's simple enough that I'd never given recipe scaling a second thought until I sat down and tried to make my weekly shopping list using this book. In the grand scheme of things, a little math isn't that difficult, but I wish the amounts for a lot of these recipes were less fiddly: who wants to start off the day trying to measure out exactly 1/6 of a pear, 2/3 of a teaspoon of nut butter and 3/8 of a cup of coconut water for something as simple as a smoothie?

Missing recipes: There's a chart for a 7-day eating & exercise guide in the book, but the dinner recipes it lists are nowhere to be found (at least in the kindle version). I know this is a drinks book, but if a key part of the book recommends specific recipes, then those recipes should be included...or there should at least be an outside source mentioned where readers can go to find them.

No index: Why? I don't understand why they wouldn't include an index in the back of the book so you can actually search for specific drinks by name or ingredient. The 7-day eating guide I mentioned above lists specific drinks for each day, and if there's no index I guess you're just supposed to flip around till you find them? At least on the kindle you can search the actual content of the book for key words and phrases, but still. I really don't understand why they would omit such a simple tool to make using this book so much easier and more functional.

And the last issue I have isn't specific to just this book, but I find it really frustrating when books that list nutrition info and clearly have a focus on healthy living and/or weight management (I know this isn't a diet book, but I do think it's conscious of weight loss and/or maintenance based on the content) don't list recipe ingredients by weight. I know not everyone uses a food scale, and I don't think authors should completely do away with listing cups/teaspoons/etc, but I wish they'd also include grams/milligrams/ml/ounces/whatever alongside those measurements. One person's idea of half a cup of spinach might be totally different than another's (is it packed? is it chopped or are the leaves whole? etc)...for something like spinach that's not calorically dense it doesn't matter that much (other than how it might affect the taste of the finished recipe...which I guess in a recipe book IS quite important after all), but when a recipe lists "half an avocado" and then gives definitive nutrition info, I think it's misleading. It might seem like it shouldn't matter, but for people who really need to watch their intake, the extra (or missed) calories add up quickly.

Overall I'm glad I purchased the book and I like a lot of the recipes, I just wish the issues above had been resolved before it was published.
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