Create a Naked Kitchen, Plus 4 Healthy Recipes

Boost your healthy lifestyle by eating natural meals from additive-free whole foods. Start a "naked" kitchen by stocking a healthy fridge and a "naked" pantry.

| March 2013

The Naked Foods Cookbook

Written by Margaret Floyd, author of “Eat Naked,” and chef to the stars James Barry, “The Naked Foods Cookbook” includes more than 150 gluten-free recipes for simple dishes that bring out the natural flavors and nutrients of fresh, whole foods. The benefits of eating naked are lifelong, and you can start seeing results within the week. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to enjoy the naked foods your body craves.

Cover Courtesy New Harbinger Publications

Eating “naked” foods—nutrient-dense, additive-free whole foods— helps you lose weight and improve the way you look and feel. The Naked Foods Cookbook (New Harbinger Publications, 2012), by Margaret Floyd and James Barry, makes it even easier to prepare naturally tasty naked meals you can feel good about. This excerpt from the chapter “In the Naked Kitchen” will teach you how to set up your "naked" kitchen—from stocking a healthy fridge to self-grinding spices. Also included are four healthy, additive-free whole food recipes.

You can buy this book from the Mother Earth Living store: The Naked Foods Cookbook.

Healthy, Additive-Free Whole Food Recipes

• Vanilla Hemp Milk recipe
• Grain-Free Granola recipe
• Sweet Potato Pancakes recipe
• Mediterranean Veggie Pizza recipe

Make Your Kitchen Come Alive

If you’re like us, then you know: If it’s in the kitchen, you’ll eat it. Take a look at your kitchen in its current state. Open the cupboards. What do you see? Are there rows of cans, packaged foods, bags of chips, soda pop? Now open the refrigerator and freezer. Are there microwave dinners, cartons of skim milk, margarine?

Now imagine your kitchen naked. A naked kitchen isn’t bare or boring — it’s alive. A bowl of fresh fruit on the table, nuts soaking in glass jars on the counter, a pot of broth brewing on the stove. There’s a window box with fresh herbs growing in it, ready to be trimmed and added to your naked meals.

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