For example, Day One breakfast of Cocoa Crispies calls for unsweetened almond milk, stevia, erythitol and puffed brown rice which were not on the shopping list.And Wrap with Shrimp & Tomato Salad calls for psylium husk flakes and egg white powder which were not onl the shopping list. I agree with others that the photos are AWFUL and fail to give any idea of what the finished dishes are supposed to look like.
Like the last reviewer, the pictures in the kindle edition are a orange/red hue And look very unappetizing. (Baby food prunes, gluten free, reduced sodium tamari, monk fruit crystals, shirataki rice and noodles...etc) Over the past few years, Rocco has been part of a healthy eating initiative that has helped changed the way my wife and I think about and cook food.
We have purchased several of his books in an effort to become healthier and found that we truly love the recipes.
I was so excited to get this book but it is very disappointing, As previous reviewers have stated, all of the photos are pink.
If this is on purpose it is a really stupid concept. I am calling Amazon today to tell them that this book is defective.
I have not yet been able to try any of the recipes because I do not have or cannot find the ingredients required.
But each of them is so full of odd ingredients that I am not sure I will ever be able to try them out. We think your recipe ideas are great, but the photos of the visual outcomes (printed in shades of pink, presumably to save printing costs) do not match the quality and thought that seems to have been put into everything else.