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It's All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes that Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great Hardcover – 4 Apr 2013


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Gwyneth Paltrow, Academy-Award winning actress and bestselling cookbook author, returns with recipes for the food she eats when she wants to lose weight, look good, and feel more energetic.

About the Author

Gwyneth Paltrow is an Oscar winner and author of the New York Times bestselling cookbook, My Father's Daughter. She is a mother and an actress, splitting her time between London and New York. Her website, www.goop.com, covers food, crafts, fashion and fitness.

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly good! 14 January 2015
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I'll admit I was skeptical when I got this. However, I have now made five of the dishes from this book and each one has been better than the last: the Spicy Brussels Sprouts (yummy), the Risotto with Peas and Greens (very creamy despite using no dairy), the Chickpea and Tuna Salad (fresh and delicious), the Turkey Meatballs (savory), and the Crazy Good Fish Tacos (amazing). What I love about these dishes, besides the fact that they are very clean, is that they are very easy to modify. For example, the Chickpea and Tuna salad calls for arugula, and we didn't have any in the fridge, so I substituted spinach. Delicious. And the Spicy Brussels Sprouts-- Gwyneth's recipe calls for fish sauce, which my husband hates. So I left it out. No problem, still yummy. I also tried adding pine nuts to the risotto, and it was excellent. So instead of using this book verbatim, I'm using it more as a guideline of how to combine ingredients in new and creative ways. It's working for my husband and me. The only downside of this book is that the descriptions of the dishes are pretty pretentious (e.g. she calls arborio rice a "beautiful grain", but it's tolerable as long as the food comes out well). I'm posting photos of the fish tacos, and the garbanzo/tuna salad and also risotto and peas.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Yummy! 20 August 2015
By Margaret W - Published on Amazon.com
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I kinda love this book. The recipes that I have tried so far are pretty simple, but have flavor profiles much different from what I usually cook. I also love the way the book is organized, that many of the recipes don't have a ton of ingredients, and that she even thought to include a kid-friendly section. I love the roasted cauliflower and chickpeas, the Mediterranean turkey burger, and the pumpkin pie shake!

My criticism is that some of the elimination diet-friendly recipes do in fact contain un-"friendly" ingredients, such as corn, red pepper flakes, and miso (even if it is made with barley, it doesn't mean that soy is not the first ingredient!).
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't hate 3 October 2013
By 1008 - Published on Amazon.com
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Oh please, so she tells you how to hard-boil an egg. Most people actually don't know how to do this without the yolk turning green. She tells you how to boil an egg and preserve the lovely interior color. Lots of people enjoy brushing up or being reminded of interesting, useful, basic techniques.

However, I love this cookbook for the delicious recipes. While I agree some of the writing is very conversational in tone (I like that style, but this gets a little silly). My review is about the actual recipes here and they are great! This book has really become a go-to for me along side Plenty- Ottolenghi's, the book Perfect Vegetables from the folks at America's Test Kitchen/Cook's Magazine and other classics from Jaques Pepin, Julia Child, etc. While I own many, many, many cookbooks (Simply Natural, several Raw cookbooks, The Silver Palate, ones from Phaidon, etc- I love to cook and I am nutritionally focused), I deeply appreciate that this book contains excellent, interesting flavor combinations with easy to prepare, healthy recipes that fit into the largely vegan (sometimes fish when I have guests or when I travel), whole grain food I embrace. I suppose I fall into the flexitarian/pescetarian category. GPs approach is that her foundation is more about great food that falls into an anti-inflammatory, vegan, GF type of lifestyle with a heavy emphasis on nutrition is what appeals to me. There are also meat and fish recipes here because she cooks these for friends, family ,etc. In the end, it's the delicious recipes I love. The grilled fish is outstanding (sometimes I use more iIalian flavors, sometimes asian), so are the two beet soups, I particularly love the beet greens soup as well as the eggplant recipe with the date/tahini sauce. Some of her "classics" are here too with the cucumber avocado soup and her carrot dressing.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy, healthy recipes 29 May 2015
By seablue - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is exactly what I needed to motivate me to return to eating healthy, as I did many years ago. The recipes are simple and don't require many ingredients. Although, you will need to shop at the oriental market or a specialty store for some of the ingredients (such as white miso paste, fish sauce, and Thai chilies). My favorite recipe is the Carrot-Ginger Dressing. It really does taste just like the dressing from your local sushi restaurant! This book taught me to try new things, such as grape seed oil, coconut water, Spanish hot pimenton (I put it on everything now) and Kale. I would have NEVER tried Kale had it not been for this book. I learned to buy gluten-free items and I eat less items made with white flour. The book contains different menus: A Body Builder Week, A Detox Week, A Family-Friendly Week, and A Vegan Week. I still enjoy a good steak, a great cup of coffee, and "real" ice cream. I'll just enjoy those things once in a while.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Overall a good addition to the cookbook shelf, but wish it had more photos. 27 August 2016
By Brian H - Published on Amazon.com
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Overall, this is a good book for inspiration in clean eating. I wish it had more pictures. I would estimate that maybe 20-25% of the recipes has photos. Then there are the montages of Gwyn in front of a barn, or Gwen on a scooter, or Gwen having a picnic. You get the point.

Despite the lack of recipe photos, I find the recipes to be fairly simple, but also delicious. Most of them don't call for too many of those exotic ingredients that nobody has in their pantry. There is also a section of kid-friendly recipes, and my kids approve.

While not my favorite, I think the book makes a great addition to the cookbook shelf, and I go to it often.