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Eating for the Seasons

by Janella Purcell

Janella Purcell is passionate about good food and feeling great. And she wants to share her knowledge.

Drawing inspiration from Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as the Japanese macrobiotic diet, Janella’s recipes encompass what we should be eating in each season and the sorts of foods our bodies need to remain healthy and strong. Just as importantly, Janella’s food is simply delicious.

Open the book and enjoy the range of beautiful and easy recipes that take you from breakfast through to dessert with yummy, healthy drinks and snacks for any hour. Dedicated to a core philosophy of food as medicine and focusing on gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and vegetarian options, Eating for the Seasons is a refreshing and entirely delicious approach to food and flavours that might just change your outlook, your health and your life.

 

‘Janella challenges our perception of food and the part it plays in our everyday lives. But hey, it works and her recipes are delicious. I never considered that red quinoa, tamari, silken tofu & kombu would ever be part of my cooking repertoire but now I can’t live without them! Thanks Janella!’  Gary Mehigan


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01 May, 2011

About Janella Purcell

Janella Purcell is a qualified naturopath, nutritionist, herbalist and iridologist. She's also a vivacious and entertaining chef who has appeared regularly on Australian and overseas television for the past ten years, most recently co-hosting Good Chef, Bad Chef. Her first book was the award-winning Janella Purcell's Elixir (2004) and her best-selling recipe book, Eating for the Seasons, was published in 2011. Her second recipe book, Janella's Wholefood Kitchen, was published in 2012. Janella lives between Sydney and the Byron Bay hinterlands. She has a private practice in both places where she educates clients on living healthier, more sustainable and happier lives. Janella also writes regularly for many magazines and newspapers.



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