This cookbook has been helpful to me because I was interested in learning about which greens have Vitamin K in them, which I try to eat a vegetable that contains Vitamin K at least once a day. I often fall short of that goal, so I just bought some Vitamin K vitamins to help make up for the days I don't get to eat them.
A lot of the recipes seem kind of complex to me, I think because I am not used to cooking with greens and usually eat them only in salads. It has helped me to understand that a lot of greens are available at Farmer's Markets. I like the recipes will challenge my cooking skills!
There was one part of the book that lists a theory from someone else that used some bad language in it that I would have rather not read. I am thinking of tearing that page out of the book so I will not come across it again because all the rest of the book seems helpful to me.
This book helped show me some more interesting ways to cook greens, especially with meats.
It is full of recipes to help make eating greens more interesting. I hope to try out some of the recipes soon!
My review= 4.5 out of 5 stars
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