Nourish your mind and body with more than 125 recipes that make everyday meals a more intentional self-care experience, whether you’re an omnivore or you follow a plant-based, keto, or low-carb diet.
The Goodful philosophy is simple: use a foundation of wholesome, fresh ingredients, eat when hungry, and ultimately do what you need to do to feel good.
Holistic lifestyles touted in the media can be expensive, time-consuming, or out of reach. Goodful breaks this mold by lending a helping hand to those interested in living well without pretension, judgment, or breaking the bank. We know that nutrition means something different to everyone. All of our recipes indicate if they are vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, or dairy-free. We encourage readers to tailor anything and everything to their personal definition of mindfulness that will best suit themselves and their loved ones.
The Goodful Cookbook offers more than 125 recipes along with 50 beautiful photos, illustrations, inspirational tips, useful charts, and guides for bringing wellness into your whole life such as a “what’s in season?” chart, foods for your mood, a section on meal prep to help manage stress through the week, and a food storage guide. We wrote this book for you and your intentions. The Goodful Cookbook shows how anyone (yes, even you!) can enjoy a mindful, nutritious, and sustainable lifestyle. Half of the recipes are fan favorites and star performers from our videos and the other half are new and never before seen.
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The editors of Goodful, the wellness-focused division of Buzzfeed, share more than 125 inventive recipes that "help balance nutrition." In addition to listing nutritional information for each recipe, the editors also indicate whether each is vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, or dairy-free. Some standout examples include paleo almond coconut pancakes with date syrup; lentil and walnut Bolognese; and pumpkin and sage barley risotto. The "Prepare for the Best" chapter is devoted to dishes that last throughout the week, such as honey-mustard chicken thighs with roasted garden veggies. To avoid flavor fatigue, "Meal-Prep Twists" appear at the end of recipes and offer tips on ways to enjoy leftovers, like adding the chicken and veggies to whole-wheat couscous with sliced almonds or adding the same chicken and veggies to croutons for a panzanella salad. Notable sweets include hazelnut-crusted brie-and-pear tart and a fudgy dairy-free chocolate cake (it uses full-fat coconut milk and almond milk), and the beverage recipes, such as classic matcha latte and probiotic berry smoothies, are a bonus. This is a solid collection of recipes for readers looking to eat a healthier diet without sacrificing time or flavor.