Uncooked.

Hannah van Didden’s Uncooked is fresh out of the dehydrator – and it will set you back less dollars than the average cup of Perth coffee!
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Uncooked features popular recipes from A Foodly Affair’s uncooking classes.

Published: 16 October 2014.
Guide price: $2.99 (USD).
Available on: Tomely (compatible with iBooks, Nook, Readmill & more), Amazon and Kobo.

About the book:
Uncooked is for anyone who has hit a mental block when trying to be healthy and creative at mealtimes. It is for anyone who wants a starting point for raw food or easy-to-follow wholesome recipes. It’s for anyone who has been to an A Foodly Affair uncooking class and lost their recipe sheets.

This ebook features over 60 raw food recipes that have been tried and tested in A Foodly Affair’s most popular classes over the last 5 years—from juices and smoothies, to spreads, main meals and decadent desserts—-all with a focus on wellness, mindful eating and sustainability.

Reviews: Coming soon!

Love Thy Food.

We are proud to introduce our first ebook – Love Thy Food by Hannah Sforcina.

Love Thy Food is the start of a foodie’s journey into mindful eating.
Published: 10 December 2012. Guide price: $9.99 (USD).
Available on Tomely, Amazon, Kobo, the iBookstore, and other great ebook etailers.

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About the book:
Harbouring a hankering for lemon tart, an intoxicated tomato or a wormy salad? Or perhaps a decadent chocolate cheesecake, uncooked and dairy-free, is more to your liking? Whatever titillates your tastebuds, you are more than likely to find a thing or three to inspire salivation within the pages of this scrumptiously quirky book.

Be entertained by short stories and other tender morsels as you are tempted into the kitchen by over 50 eclectic recipe and menu ideas. Within these 231-ish pages, you will find a conscious approach to deliciously empowered eating through easy-yet-impressive cooked and raw recipes that can be adapted to just about any diet.

Love Thy Food is more alive than your average cookbook. This is a tasty introduction to mindful eating from a self-healed foodie who asks a lot of questions in the process of loving her food.

Reviews:

“I must say the combination here of writer and chef has filled these pages with love. Love of food. Love of family. Love of the written word. Love of health. This cookbook is interspersed with musings, poems and short stories which ooze passion about food. My only problem with this book was being paralysed with indecision over what recipe to make first. My kids adore the smoodgy coconut balls and green juice and I am rather partial to a slice of the blueberry (not) cheesecake. I poured over the section regarding feeding children – scouring for tips and tricks. Most of the time my kids are great but its awesome to read another Mothers perspective on what works. This book is a must buy for anyone dabbling into the areas of healthier eating, raw food or who are feeding little ones. A cookbook that will love you as much as you love it :)”
– from The Yogic Housewife, via Amazon

“Love Thy Food…is a little piece of heaven without feeling guilty. From her delicious green smoothie recipe, through to her scrumptious Raw Blueberry (not) Cheesecake, Hannah takes her avid food lovers on a journey into mindful eating of healthy food made delicious for all ages. There are helpful tips from a mother’s perspective in dealing with her toddler’s apatite, through to the more sophisticated palate of the adult world. I believe this is a must purchase for all food lovers, and those who are sceptical that healthy food can be delicious!”
– from L. Giorgio, via Amazon

“This is an excellent book particularly because it will help those who love variety and wish to extend their options beyond conventional cooking. The recipes are very appetising and healthy. I got this book for my spouse and she loves it as well. Nice title.”
– R. Johnson, via Amazon