Today’s diet and health landscape is more complicated than ever before. With the abundance of fad diets, conflicting advice about what’s really best for our health, and the growing rampancy of food intolerances and allergens, making good dietary decisions has become an overwhelming undertaking for those looking to nourish their bodies simply but effectively.
Enter Diana Keuilian, AKA the “Recipe Hacker.” In her long-awaited follow-up book to The Recipe Hacker, The Recipe Hacker Confidential, Diana focuses on creating healthy, accessible dishes that are free from grains, gluten, dairy, soy, or cane sugar—some of the worst offenders when it comes to food allergens. She “hacks” traditional comfort food recipes to be free of these often toxic components without compromising on flavor. She has garnered a sizable following creating healthy alternatives to popular dishes for years on her blog, RealHealthyRecipes.com, and in her first cookbook.
The Recipe Hacker Confidential is already getting some buzz, recently securing this positive review from Foreword Reviews:
Her new cookbook contains more than 120 recipes that are free of the worst toxic offenders: gluten, grains, dairy, soy, and refined sugar. They are, however, full of flavor and nutrition and readily counter anyone’s belief that healthy food can’t be scrumptious. … inspirational (but not preachy) suggestions for achieving another step toward a healthier lifestyle.
We are thrilled to be publishing The Recipe Hacker Confidential, a book that aims to simplify healthy eating, and eagerly await its December 27 pub date!