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Who's it for? And for anyone who is looking for healthful, economical and reasonable strategies for eating well and being a respectful human being on planet earth--without all the stress and added sodium. Who Are We? A veterinarian and a lawyer-turned-writer walk into a kitchen…why us? We each bring our unique, experienced take on fashioning and balancing a life—replete with parental responsibilities and challenges. We met in college, moved into our first apartment together and began to figure all of this out.
We went our separate ways and each amassed diverse experiences that have brought us back together. At fifty, we have a lot to share with our own young-adult children and you and yours as well. The Anti-Cookbook is a great treatise on cooking even from my point of view as a chef. Their no-nonsense approach to cooking makes their book the perfect guide for our children as they leave the nest.
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