My Thoughts on: A Modern Way to Cook



Author: Anna Jones

Product: A Modern Way to Cook



Let me start by saying that I have an addiction to books, any kind of book and have been for as long as I can remember. I love reading, but I also love handling books and having them on display on a shelf. I have recently been obsessed with cook books and I am building quite a nice library of healthy cookbooks.

My recent addition was the Modern Way to Cook and I fell in love with this book as soon as I browsed through it.


Basic Book Information

This book has over 150 recipes all vegetarian based and a split into the time it takes to prepare said recipe. The main sections are; 10-15 minutes,  20 minutes, 30 minutes, 40 minutes and investment cooking which contains recipes that you can prepare and use later on such as nut butters and breads. It also has a section called super-fast breakfasts which is awesome for wholesome breakfasts in the morning.


Why I love it?

I love the way this book is split as it makes it easier to identify which recipes will suit your lifestyle / week and work around them , so there are no excuses for not serving wholesome food on the table.

I love when recipe books have sections with tips for quick and easy cooking, meal prep tips and basic equipment and ingredients that the cook suggests for quick and simple cooking and this book has it all!


You should know that

At the time of writing this post I have not yet tried any of the recipes as I have literally received it a couple of days ago but I was so impressed with it I wanted to give my first impressions. Having said so, I have already bookmarked a breakfast recipe for tomorrow morning!



Highlights of the book

  1. Basic Cooking Equipment Information
  2. Basic Ingredients Information
  3. Recipe sections split with time it takes to prepare the full recipe
  4. Super Fast Breakfast Section
  5. Vegan and Gluten Free Index which list all the recipes that are vegan or gluten free or which can be with a simple twist


Final Verdict:

I would recommend this book to anyone who want a repertoire of healthy recipes that can be done in no time at all, and also for anyone who wants to add more vegetable based dishes to their daily meals. Each recipe is supported by a beautiful photo of how the recipe will look like, which is something I look for in every recipe book.


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