Mason Jar Lunches 50 Pretty, Portable Packed Lunches (Including) Delicious Soups, Salads, Pastas and More

Cooking and Diets

Jessica Harlan, “Mason Jar Lunches: 50 Pretty, Portable Packed Lunches (Including) Delicious Soups, Salads, Pastas and More”
Optimizing the Process for Establishing the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: The Selection Process by Engineering, and Medicine National Academies of Sciences
The Women’s Health Fitness Fix: Quick HIIT Workouts, Easy Recipes, & Stress-Free Strategies for Managing a Healthy Life by Jen Ator CSCS, Editors of Women’s Health
Lesley Jacobs Solmonson, “Gin: A Global History”
Gary Allen, “Herbs: A Global History”

Jessica Harlan, “Mason Jar Lunches: 50 Pretty, Portable Packed Lunches (Including) Delicious Soups, Salads, Pastas and More”

English | ISBN: 1612437591 | 2017 | EPUB | 160 pages | 23,8 MB

DELICIOUS GRAB-AND-GO LUNCHES!
Discover the coolest way to pack a healthy, on-the-go meal! With tasty recipes and full-color photos, Mason Jar Lunches will show you how to combine fresh produce and whole foods into fun meals packed in adorable jars, including:
• lasagna in a jar
• poke sushi bowl
• buffalo chicken salad
• layered yogurt parfait
• farro and roasted vegetable bowl
• ramen with egg and broccoli
• miso udon soup
• charcuterie stack
• burrito jar

Optimizing the Process for Establishing the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: The Selection Process by Engineering, and Medicine National Academies of Sciences

English | Dec. 16, 2017 | ISBN: 0309453607 | 137 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

Federal guidance on nutrition and diet is intended to reflect the state of the science and deliver the most reliable recommendations possible according to the best available evidence. This guidance, updated and presented every 5 years in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA), serves as the basis for all federal nutrition policies and nutrition assistance programs, as well as nutrition education programs. Despite the use of the guidelines over the past 30 years, recent challenges prompted Congress to question the process by which food and nutrition guidance is developed.
This report assesses the process used to develop the guidelines; it does not evaluate the substance or use of the guidelines. As part of an overall, comprehensive review of the process to update the DGA, this first report seeks to discover how the advisory committee selection process can be improved to provide more transparency, eliminate bias, and include committee members with a range of viewpoints for the purpose of informing the 2020 cycle.

The Women’s Health Fitness Fix: Quick HIIT Workouts, Easy Recipes, & Stress-Free Strategies for Managing a Healthy Life by Jen Ator CSCS, Editors of Women’s Health

English | November 28th, 2017 | ASIN: B06Y2GSL8K, ISBN: 163565016X | 384 Pages | EPUB | 16.42 MB

It’s time to rethink your relationship with food and exercise! The Women’s Health Fitness Fix is a refreshing, realistic guide for anyone who wants a better body. You’ll find all the tools you need for successful and lasting weight loss–no rigid, inflexible diet rules or demanding, time-consuming workout programs.
These easy-to-follow strategies are practiced by the US’s leading fitness experts, tested by the world’s top researchers, and proven by everyday busy people across the US.
Whether you’re a beginner or a longtime fitness fanatic, this must-have manual offers hundreds of tips to get you the results you’ve always wanted–in just minutes a day.
Inside, you’ll find:
• More than 30 exclusive total-body workouts from America’s top trainers, including genius 5-minute routines you can do whenever you’re in a hurry and stack together when you have time for a serious calorie-blasting sweat session.
• Practical solutions for managing your motivation, busting through fitness and weight-loss plateaus, and overcoming the most common diet obstacles and exercise excuses.
• Beginner-friendly techniques for healthier cooking at home and meal prep made simple, along with hundreds of fast-and-easy recipe ideas and calorie-saving food swaps.
• More than 145 research-based “Quick Tips” for improving everything from your goal setting and grocery shopping list to your sleep habits and stress-management skills.
The Women’s Health Fitness Fix is more than a diet book: It’s the long-term solution you’ve been searching for and offers the tools and motivation you need to improve your relationship with food and exercise, transform your body, and finally make your healthy lifestyle feel effortless!

Lesley Jacobs Solmonson, “Gin: A Global History”

2012 | ISBN: 1861899246 | 167 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Mother’s Milk, Mother’s Ruin, and Ladies’ Delight. Dutch Courage and Cuckold’s Comfort. These evocative nicknames for gin hint that it has a far livelier history than the simple and classic martini would lead you to believe. In this book, Lesley Jacobs Solmonson journeys into gin’s past, revealing that this spirit has played the role of both hero and villain throughout history.
Taking us back to gin’s origins as a medicine derived from the aromatic juniper berry, Solmonson describes how the Dutch recognized the berry’s alcoholic possibilities and distilled it into the whiskey-like genever. She then follows the drink to Britain, where cheap imitations laced with turpentine and other caustic fillers made it the drink of choice for poor eighteenth-century Londoners. Eventually replaced by the sweetened Old Tom style and later by London Dry gin, its popularity spread along with the British Empire. As people today once again embrace classic cocktails like the gimlet and the negroni, gin has reclaimed its place in the world of mixology. Featuring many enticing recipes, Gin is the perfect gift for cocktail aficionados and anyone who wants to know whether it should be shaken or stirred.

Gary Allen, “Herbs: A Global History”

2012 | ISBN: 1861899254 | 128 pages | PDF | 2 MB

From ancient medicines to the savoury dishes of today, there is hardly a culture in the world that does not know and make use of herbs. Despite often being little more than weeds, various cultures have found hundreds of uses for these plants, culinary, medicinal or otherwise. Indeed, many books have been written on their various purposes – with much information on cooking and healing with herbs – while little has been written about the history of the plants themselves, and of the incredible journeys they have made. In Herbs Gary Allen tells the story of these oft-overlooked plants, which have become such a staple in our lives. He describes how, unlike spices that quickly made their way to cultures throughout the world, herbs were often hoarded by their cultivators and used to make distinctive regional dishes. Allen’s truly global history examines herbs in a way never seen before. The first history of herbs around the world, this will be an essential read for any self-proclaimed foodie, as well as anyone with an interest in these delectable additions to our cuisine. With many beautiful illustrations and delicious recipes, no kitchen library is complete without Herbs: A Global History.

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