[eBook] Free - Eat Green Get Lean: 100 Recipes/Wholesome Cook Companion/Favorite Holiday Recipes - Amazon AU/US

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Posting from Central Perk having a coffee. Then thought of making a post for Ozbargain after seeing the unhealthy food in here! ;-)

Some more lovely freebies to give you ideas for great tasting and healthy food. All books are highly rated and free at the time of posting.

The Wholesome Cook Companion: https://www.amazon.com.au/Wholesome-Cook-Companion-Martyna-A...

Favorite Holiday Recipes: From the Authors of Love, Christmas 2: https://www.amazon.com.au/Favorite-Holiday-Recipes-Authors-C...

US Links:

Eat Green Get Lean: 100 Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes for Building Muscle, Getting Lean and Staying Healthy: https://www.amazon.com/Eat-Green-Get-Lean-Vegetarian-ebook/d...

The Wholesome Cook Companion: https://www.amazon.com/Wholesome-Cook-Companion-Martyna-Ange...

Favorite Holiday Recipes: From the Authors of Love, Christmas 2: https://www.amazon.com/Favorite-Holiday-Recipes-Authors-Chri...

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    I ate green in a lot of food and I put on stacks of weight

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      Moderate avocado intake is recommended.

      • +1 vote

        I didn’t have any. Just cannabis

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    @Lysander
    "Posting from Central Perk having a coffee." … Did Ross, Rachel et al put your up to this? Hey, I'm hip to late 20th century and contemporary popular kultcha Bro! Not just stuck in pre BCE (Before Christian Era) classic lit. :p

  • -3 votes

    No food is unhealthy. Too much food is unhealthy.

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      No food at all can be fatal.

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        Long term fasting is healthy, actually. Certainly not indefinitely but autophagy is an extremely beneficial process.

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      Same as sex really.

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    It doesn’t matter what colour food you eat.
    What matters is- chewing, quantity and balanced diet with moderate body exercise 3-4 days a week.

  • -1 vote

    'Eat green' does mean 'get lean'. Look at the cow and lamb.