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From Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM, the author of the New York Times bestseller How Not to Die, comes a four-color, fully illustrated cookbook that shares the science of long-term weight-loss success. Dr. Michael Greger founded the viral website Nutritionfacts.org with the aim to educate the public about what healthy eating looks like and connect them with a community through From Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM, the author of the New York Times bestseller How Not to Die, comes a four-color, fully illustrated cookbook that shares the science of long-term weight-loss success. Dr. Michael Greger founded the viral website Nutritionfacts.org with the aim to educate the public about what healthy eating looks like and connect them with a community through food-related podcasts, videos, and blogs. Since then, Nutritionfacts.org has grown and so has Dr. Greger's platform. How Not to Die and The How Not to Die Cookbook were instant hits, and now he's back with a new book about mindful dieting—how to eat well, lose, and keep unwanted weight off in a healthy, accessible way that's not so much a diet as it is a lifestyle. Greger offers readers delicious yet healthy options that allow them to ditch the idea of "dieting" altogether. As outlined in his book How Not to Diet, Greger believes that identifying the twenty-one weight-loss accelerators in our bodies and incorporating new, cutting-edge medical discoveries are integral in putting an end to the all-consuming activity of counting calories and getting involved in expensive juice cleanses and Weight Watchers schemes. The How Not to Diet Cookbook is primed to be a revolutionary new addition to the cookbook industry: incredibly effective and designed for everyone looking to make changes to their dietary habits to improve their quality of life, weight loss notwithstanding.


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From Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM, the author of the New York Times bestseller How Not to Die, comes a four-color, fully illustrated cookbook that shares the science of long-term weight-loss success. Dr. Michael Greger founded the viral website Nutritionfacts.org with the aim to educate the public about what healthy eating looks like and connect them with a community through From Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM, the author of the New York Times bestseller How Not to Die, comes a four-color, fully illustrated cookbook that shares the science of long-term weight-loss success. Dr. Michael Greger founded the viral website Nutritionfacts.org with the aim to educate the public about what healthy eating looks like and connect them with a community through food-related podcasts, videos, and blogs. Since then, Nutritionfacts.org has grown and so has Dr. Greger's platform. How Not to Die and The How Not to Die Cookbook were instant hits, and now he's back with a new book about mindful dieting—how to eat well, lose, and keep unwanted weight off in a healthy, accessible way that's not so much a diet as it is a lifestyle. Greger offers readers delicious yet healthy options that allow them to ditch the idea of "dieting" altogether. As outlined in his book How Not to Diet, Greger believes that identifying the twenty-one weight-loss accelerators in our bodies and incorporating new, cutting-edge medical discoveries are integral in putting an end to the all-consuming activity of counting calories and getting involved in expensive juice cleanses and Weight Watchers schemes. The How Not to Diet Cookbook is primed to be a revolutionary new addition to the cookbook industry: incredibly effective and designed for everyone looking to make changes to their dietary habits to improve their quality of life, weight loss notwithstanding.

30 review for The How Not to Diet Cookbook: 100+ Recipes for Healthy, Permanent Weight Loss

  1. 4 out of 5

    midnightfaerie

    I've been reading How not to Diet, and to lose 200 lbs, I've decided to try a more plant based diet. It's been 55 days with no meat, eggs, and very little dairy. It's been a huge change for me. Being that I'm morbidly obese, I've allowed myself to eat anything I've wanted for years, so this is very difficult for me. I've lost over 30 lbs so far and cemented quite a few habits, such as regular exercise and no coke, the crack of my choice. But trying to find meals for me and my family that taste g I've been reading How not to Diet, and to lose 200 lbs, I've decided to try a more plant based diet. It's been 55 days with no meat, eggs, and very little dairy. It's been a huge change for me. Being that I'm morbidly obese, I've allowed myself to eat anything I've wanted for years, so this is very difficult for me. I've lost over 30 lbs so far and cemented quite a few habits, such as regular exercise and no coke, the crack of my choice. But trying to find meals for me and my family that taste good, don't take hours to prepare, and don't have meat, eggs, or dairy in them, is difficult. I'm learning there's a whole new world of whole foods I've never known about and have even started a youtube channel, The Fat Vegan (the girl who loves steak), and I couldn't have done it without this cookbook. While I haven't tried every single recipe, I've tried quite a few and have even made my own hummus. Every single recipe I tried was delicious. Totally and completely different from anything I've ever tried before, and it's been quite a learning curve learning about new ingredients such as "nutritional yeast" and "tahini". For someone who is used to eating out several times a week, this book was a life saver. The only bad thing I can say about it, is if you're not ready to make a commitment to eating this way, the recipe's will be difficult to make, as you'll be needing things not already in your kitchen. If you're already a plant eater, or a whole foods guru, then none of these ingredients will be new to you, and you're in for a yummy treat. Highly recommended. Update as of 7/5 - I'm down over 100 lbs now and feel totally different. And it's not just because of the weight, it's because of the food. All my numbers (LDLs, blood sugar, etc.) are now completely fine and some almost too low. I'm about 95% plant based/vegan and splurge once in a while. Mostly on cheese and coke which are big weaknesses for me. Other than that, my life has changed a lot. I went down 3 sizes in clothes and don't like to wear anything. I don't feel comfortable in anything and everything fits weird. Skin is starting to hang, and that will only get worse. I look in the mirror and know I've changed but still see the fat me. If I don't look in the mirror, I feel amazing and have so much more energy. I walk 1-3 miles and bike 4-8 miles at a time whereas last year I couldn't walk 100 ft without being out of breath. Someone hacked my youtube channel and I just decided to end it because it was taking too much time and I already spend enough time in front of the computer. Life isn't perfect, I'm still getting used to this new body. And there are times when I go weeks without any changes and I feel like I'm failing. It's an ongoing struggle, but I'm pretty sure this is a permanent life change for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kevin

    Dr. Greger is a national treasure! Unsure on many of these recipes but love the way I feel since I’ve been following his Daily Dozen app. Quick summary: Eat more vegetables, more fruit especially berries, more beans, some nuts and seeds and more whole grains. Life changing for me! I had a heart attack seven years ago and since following Dr Greger’s Counsel I’ve reduced my LDL to under 50, blood pressure is 110/70, I’ve lost 10 pounds and I feel so much better! For more from Dr Greger read “How No Dr. Greger is a national treasure! Unsure on many of these recipes but love the way I feel since I’ve been following his Daily Dozen app. Quick summary: Eat more vegetables, more fruit especially berries, more beans, some nuts and seeds and more whole grains. Life changing for me! I had a heart attack seven years ago and since following Dr Greger’s Counsel I’ve reduced my LDL to under 50, blood pressure is 110/70, I’ve lost 10 pounds and I feel so much better! For more from Dr Greger read “How Not to Die” or go to nutrition facts.org

  3. 5 out of 5

    Deanne

    Excellent information at the front of the book. Beautiful pictures of each recipe. However, a great many of the recipes call for something unusual; escarole, green papaya, moong dal... It is frustrating to see an enticing recipe and get excited to make it, only to find that I can't get these special ingredients locally or only very expensively online. It is hard to rate the quality of the true recipes when I'm constantly having to figure out substitutions. Also, almost all of the savory recipes Excellent information at the front of the book. Beautiful pictures of each recipe. However, a great many of the recipes call for something unusual; escarole, green papaya, moong dal... It is frustrating to see an enticing recipe and get excited to make it, only to find that I can't get these special ingredients locally or only very expensively online. It is hard to rate the quality of the true recipes when I'm constantly having to figure out substitutions. Also, almost all of the savory recipes call for miso paste and nutritional yeast as a base. That gets tiresome - especially if your family is not fond of miso paste and nutritional yeast. I'm not sure whose standards are being used to rate the difficulty level, but to me, peeling, cubing and roasting a sweet potato for 30 minutes (turning each piece halfway through) in addition to grating and/or chopping 5 other vegetables, then spending about 20 minutes standing at the stove cooking is not an "Easy" recipe. Plus, you need to make the multi-ingredient Umami sauce ahead of time. This book is probably great for experienced vegan foodies who can get all the weird ingredients and for those who enjoy the craft of cooking, but for someone new to this lifestyle or for people who don't enjoy/have time for lengthy cooking processes, I think there are more user-friendly books out there.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laura Ralston

    After reading and loving How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease, How Not to Diet, and the How Not to Die Cookbook, I had to buy this one too. The introduction starts with a summary of How Not to Diet: The Groundbreaking Science of Healthy, Permanent Weight Loss, which is great refresher of the key points. If you don't enjoy in-depth scientific explanations and you're willing to take Dr. Greger's word for it, you can save yourself about 25 hours by After reading and loving How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease, How Not to Diet, and the How Not to Die Cookbook, I had to buy this one too. The introduction starts with a summary of How Not to Diet: The Groundbreaking Science of Healthy, Permanent Weight Loss, which is great refresher of the key points. If you don't enjoy in-depth scientific explanations and you're willing to take Dr. Greger's word for it, you can save yourself about 25 hours by skipping HNTDiet and just reading this. It teaches you easy lifestyle changes that benefit your health and boost weight loss, then gives you the tools to actually implement them in your cooking. If you’re unfamiliar with whole food plant-based eating, this will have a lot of new terms & ingredients (apparently "groats" are the healthiest form of oats...who knew? lol). Don't let that intimidate you—many like grains, beans, greens are easily swapped, and plenty of the recipes stick to standard pantry staples. I love these cookbooks because I'm confident anything I make will be healthy and nutritionally balanced. I've had issues with the instructions in The How Not to Die Cookbook: 100+ Recipes to Help Prevent and Reverse Disease. The treatment of certain ingredients and some cook times are confusingly off. An example: one recipe recommends first boiling cauliflower for 8", then roasting it in the oven while also steaming it in a pan full of water for 40". If you've ever cooked cauliflower, you know that's 3 different cooking methods for a cauliflower that only needed 1. I tested cutting the boiling time in half and not roasting for the full recommended time, and it still disintegrated. The weird cooking directions don't bother me because I rarely follow them. I love these cookbooks for the nutrition, so I use the ingredient lists, adjust to our liking, and cook according to my best ability, even if that means not boiling or steaming the cauliflower before we roast it. So many of these look delicious, I've flagged about half the recipes to test and will update my review with cooking-related notes sometime in the future.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Primrosebarks

    Wow wow wow! Robin Robertson did it again! My favorite vegan cook (I have 4 of her cookbooks), I wondered what magic she could weave for vegan meals for weight loss. I am so, so glad to have finally received this new, adventurous cookbook. Some of the recipes are the same as in How Not To Die Cookbook. For me, that was welcome news and I was happy to know that these delicious recipes fit within a lower calorie gastronomic lifestyle. (Yes, I love to cook. The kitchen is my happy place.) (I gave a Wow wow wow! Robin Robertson did it again! My favorite vegan cook (I have 4 of her cookbooks), I wondered what magic she could weave for vegan meals for weight loss. I am so, so glad to have finally received this new, adventurous cookbook. Some of the recipes are the same as in How Not To Die Cookbook. For me, that was welcome news and I was happy to know that these delicious recipes fit within a lower calorie gastronomic lifestyle. (Yes, I love to cook. The kitchen is my happy place.) (I gave a loud cheer when tahini was still included in some of these menus. Humus without tahini simply isn't humus. Sorry, Plant Strong.) Some of the recipes from How To Die have been restructured. For instance, chocolate oatmeal in How Not to Die Cookbook has been transformed into Chocolate-Covered Cherry Brol. A few other recipes have been presented untouched, and IMO deserve being presented once more. This is especially present in the "Kitchen Staples" section. This is a cookbook worth adding to any cookbook library. (Yes, I have a library in my kitchen.) It is helpful to understand some of the claims being made in this book are explained in detail in Dr. Greger's How Not to Diet. Aside from that, this cookbook offers so many delicious foods it is well worth having. I am so grateful to find such a treasure. I am reluctant to include this book as my final book to achieve my Goodreads Book Challenge for the nightmare known as 2020. I will never make such a heavy challenge (50 books!) again! But despite the crappy hooks I read to simply meet this stupid challenge, I am so very proud and happy to recommend such a great book. So much great food, so many reasons to rethink our relationship with food and our health.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chantal

    I think the recipes in this book are tastier than in ‘the how not to die cookbook’ and there are more recipes that appeal to my whole family, though I do like that cookbook as well. The only thing that lost this book a star (it almost lost it 2 stars) is that it is missing the ‘daily dozen food’ legend for each recipe. I don’t understand why they got rid of it. Is this not what this cookbook is all about? It was so helpful in the last book and made it very easy to follow Dr. Michael Greger’s sug I think the recipes in this book are tastier than in ‘the how not to die cookbook’ and there are more recipes that appeal to my whole family, though I do like that cookbook as well. The only thing that lost this book a star (it almost lost it 2 stars) is that it is missing the ‘daily dozen food’ legend for each recipe. I don’t understand why they got rid of it. Is this not what this cookbook is all about? It was so helpful in the last book and made it very easy to follow Dr. Michael Greger’s suggestion. When this book arrived in the mail, it made me feel ripped off. I will keep the book and use the recipes, but I was really looking forward to an easy way of making sure I follow the daily dozen and 21 tweaks. I tried so many recipes I would have not tired in the last book because I was trying to find a dinner that would help me fill in my missing check marks for the day. It made meal planning so easy. I’m really upset by this. Probably more that I should be. But I am the kind of person who gets confused easily and over thinks things, so it was nice to have a book where I did not have to think to follow the plan. I really hope they fix this.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Angie

    Well written book which lays out clearly one of the best ways to lose weight - a wholefood healthy diet. In the first part of the book Michael uncovers why many people are so unhealthy and overweight or obese. Then he presents the answer - and shows that eating a wholefood diet means that if you choose good nutritious food you can eat more, not less. He introduces 21 weight loss accelerators & tweaks. to help you. The tone of the book is one that sympathises and understands why you may be struggli Well written book which lays out clearly one of the best ways to lose weight - a wholefood healthy diet. In the first part of the book Michael uncovers why many people are so unhealthy and overweight or obese. Then he presents the answer - and shows that eating a wholefood diet means that if you choose good nutritious food you can eat more, not less. He introduces 21 weight loss accelerators & tweaks. to help you. The tone of the book is one that sympathises and understands why you may be struggling with weight, (hint: it's not your fault, many of us live in an obesogenic environment; although we can become enlightened about the triggers and choose to change).. If you have weight to lose and would like to eat a more plant-based and healthy diet, this would be a good book to read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jo-Ann Houde

    3 1/2 stars. I'm a huge fan of Dr. Greger and his science-based advice on nutrition and healthy eating. After reading his previous "How Not to Die" and accompanying cookbook, we as a family incorporated lifestyle changes that have eliminated the meds my husband was taking for high triglycerides and has helped to keep his leukemia in remission. This book shares more ideas on how to incorporate whole foods into a healthy lifestyle. While I may not follow the recipes exactly, I've taken away a lot o 3 1/2 stars. I'm a huge fan of Dr. Greger and his science-based advice on nutrition and healthy eating. After reading his previous "How Not to Die" and accompanying cookbook, we as a family incorporated lifestyle changes that have eliminated the meds my husband was taking for high triglycerides and has helped to keep his leukemia in remission. This book shares more ideas on how to incorporate whole foods into a healthy lifestyle. While I may not follow the recipes exactly, I've taken away a lot of good ideas and new foods to try.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jaime

    Originally got this from the library, but I’ll definitely be buying a copy!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tim

    Fantastic plant-based cookbook. Managed to cook a few of the recipes over the holidays. The vegan scramble has already become a household staple. :)

  11. 4 out of 5

    Christiane Esteinou

    Some recommendations are simply far too lofty to be realistic, such as: 3 cups of green tea between meals 90 mins moderately intense activity a day Prediabetics and diabetics should start exercising 30 mins after the first bite of food If tilting your bed to sleep upside down makes you dizzy upon waking, drink water 30 minutes before you get up. In a world where being totally compliant to a 100% oil-free plant-based diet is inherently challenging, these recommendations make me question the author's a Some recommendations are simply far too lofty to be realistic, such as: 3 cups of green tea between meals 90 mins moderately intense activity a day Prediabetics and diabetics should start exercising 30 mins after the first bite of food If tilting your bed to sleep upside down makes you dizzy upon waking, drink water 30 minutes before you get up. In a world where being totally compliant to a 100% oil-free plant-based diet is inherently challenging, these recommendations make me question the author's ability to bridge scientific info to realistic action. I do appreciate some of the recipes, however.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Stacey Adams

    This is basically a plant based diet cookbook. Eating plant based can cure diabetes and heart disease. Dr. Michael Gregor knows about this subject and has written other books about it. He gives lists that are easy to follow showing you what to eat, when to eat it and how much to eat. It's a check mark system so you don't feel like you didn't do well if you don't eat everything....you just check off what you did eat that's on the list and can feel like you're doing it. The more check marks the be This is basically a plant based diet cookbook. Eating plant based can cure diabetes and heart disease. Dr. Michael Gregor knows about this subject and has written other books about it. He gives lists that are easy to follow showing you what to eat, when to eat it and how much to eat. It's a check mark system so you don't feel like you didn't do well if you don't eat everything....you just check off what you did eat that's on the list and can feel like you're doing it. The more check marks the better you're doing. It's a diet that will improve your health in many ways ....plus you can lose weight too....so plus plus. The recipes, unfortunately, looked a bit complicated and time heavy for me. The recipes are creative....using a lot of the same ingredients in different combinations. They do sound tasty but I don't see myself trying them. I thought the introduction was the most worthwhile part of the book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    Rating 3.5 Stars The How Not to Diet Cookbook is divided into 9 chapters: - Soups - Salads - Pasta - Mainly Vegetables - Beans - Grains - Breakfast - Fruit - Kitchen Staples The introduction suggests foods you should eat every day. Some appear odd such as incorporating vinegar with each meal or sensible such as drink water before each meal or having some ground ginger, nigella seeds, garlic powder each day. The recipes themselves are in both metric and imperial measurements. It lets you know how many portio Rating 3.5 Stars The How Not to Diet Cookbook is divided into 9 chapters: - Soups - Salads - Pasta - Mainly Vegetables - Beans - Grains - Breakfast - Fruit - Kitchen Staples The introduction suggests foods you should eat every day. Some appear odd such as incorporating vinegar with each meal or sensible such as drink water before each meal or having some ground ginger, nigella seeds, garlic powder each day. The recipes themselves are in both metric and imperial measurements. It lets you know how many portions it is going to make and what level of difficulty it is to create. It does not contain the nutritional information alongside the recipes which surprised me. Overall it's an interesting book of recipes to follow if you like meat-free eating. I received this book from Netgalley in return for an honest review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    So disappointing. To call this book ‘How Not to Diet’ is rather misleading. It’s all about diet: Ridiculously low caloric intake, don’t eat this, don’t eat that, don’t eat at this time. It’s the epitome of diet culture. It makes me question the credibility of anything else he says in his books. I borrowed them from the library and am very glad I didn’t spend money on someone who pushes diet culture mentality. It’s too bad because I enjoy the recipes.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Faith Flaherty

    Why I chose this book. First, the title attracted me, “The How Not to Diet Cookbook.” Second, the author, Dr. Michael Greger lists the daily ingredients he wants us to eat and he gets complaints that it’s too much food and not enough calories. Isn’t that a dieter’s dream? Too much food/not enough calorie! What do you think? page xiv Dr. Greger explains that any long-term eating plan must be nutritionally complete, containing all essential vitamins and minerals. The healthiest diet is the most eff Why I chose this book. First, the title attracted me, “The How Not to Diet Cookbook.” Second, the author, Dr. Michael Greger lists the daily ingredients he wants us to eat and he gets complaints that it’s too much food and not enough calories. Isn’t that a dieter’s dream? Too much food/not enough calorie! What do you think? page xiv Dr. Greger explains that any long-term eating plan must be nutritionally complete, containing all essential vitamins and minerals. The healthiest diet is the most effective. A whole food, plant based diet is the single most effective weight loss intervention ever published. This was proven in a random control trial with no protein control, no calorie counting and no exercise component. (Although you’ll see he does list exercise on his daily list.) After I finished the book, I realized that he doesn’t have any meat at all. Also, no eggs, nor milk. What he posits is probably true but it’s impractical for me. My husband has gout and can’t eat a lot of beans and greens. So take what I say, and what he proposes in mind when you plan your meals. A lot of things he mentions, I forgot or have forgotten. So this book got me back on track. Not all calories are the same. Calories have different impacts on your body. 100 calories of chickpeas impacts you differently than 100 calories of chicken, depending on your bodies’ absorption, appetite, and microbiome. It’s not WHAT we eat but HOW and WHEN. This is the whole plant food lifestyle. It’s got to be a way of life. It’s safe, inexpensive, and healthy. BTW, Dr. Greger donates 100% of his profits to charity. To decide how healthy a food is, he checks off how many attributes it has. The more checkmarks a food gets, the healthier it is. At each meal, Dr. Greger recommends to preload with water. Add apple cider vinegar to the water with your meal. Eat an apple before each meal, or a salad, or soup, or some other negative calorie food. The point is to fill yourself up before the meal, with good food. Use what you can. I certainly am not going to go all plant-based meals. My husband can’t. Most of these recipes use chia seeds. Some others use flaxseed and miso paste. I don’t know what those are so certainly I’m not buying, nor using them. This book reminded me of the apple vinegar in the water trick. Eat soup and salad first. He has a salt substitute that uses yeast, so I added yeast and cumin to my own salt-free seasoning. What do you think of plant based meals? These recipes look good. I made the sweet potato fries and used the recommended seasoning. They were delicious. I bet the other food is too.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    I really like Dr. Greger. His books have been informative and his videos are useful. But the recipes are most definitely not my style of food. Definitely healthy, but they don't sound very appetizing. I really like Dr. Greger. His books have been informative and his videos are useful. But the recipes are most definitely not my style of food. Definitely healthy, but they don't sound very appetizing.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Paawan

    Best weight loss book If you want to loose weight with tasty food to eat all the time without any dieting go for this book

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mari

    Waiting to give a review until I actually try the recipes, but I’m excited! Not crazy about “dieting”, but also happy to try tasty, healthy plant-based meals.

  19. 5 out of 5

    M. Lia

    I want to make everything!! Already made the Three Sister Stew and Dr Greger's spice blend. Excellent!! I want to make everything!! Already made the Three Sister Stew and Dr Greger's spice blend. Excellent!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kate Merriman

    Great recipes and gorgeous photos !

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    Great book by Dr Gregor. A follow up book to his first book How Not to Die Cookbook. Full of healthful information and recipes. Also a follow up on his list of Daily Dozen and 21 Tweaks.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sentimentsbydenise

    So many great recipes that I can't wait to make! Lots of quick and simple dishes too! So many great recipes that I can't wait to make! Lots of quick and simple dishes too!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    I love that the first several pages are basically a summary or highlight of Dr. Greger’s book, How Not to Diet. The pictures of each recipe are nice. I’m excited to try some of them.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Angie Carter

    If you eat a whole food, plant based, no oil, no dairy, no added sugar, this is your book. Interesting spice blends and combinations.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nick Salenga

    This is a great book that promotes idea of dumping dieting for lifestyle change, offering not just recipes but 21 natural weight-loss accelerators.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    This converted me to a plant based diet!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ariste Egan

    Excellent healthful recipes --

  28. 4 out of 5

    Noelle Merritt

    A great resource for healthy cooking/eating! Many thanks to my good friend who sent this as a gift (xoxo)!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lacey Marie

    Way more exotic, hard-to-find, and expensive ingredients than the first.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Delicious recipes! And you feel so much better when you eat real food not junk. I had no real idea how to use nutritional yeast before reading and using these recipes

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