The countdown has begun. My second cookbook comes out next week!
If you’ve had Inspiralize Everything sitting in your shopping cart on Barnes & Noble, Apple, Indiebound, or Amazon, well, I’m here today sharing more about the book – and hopefully you’ll place your order!
Seriously, time flies. I feel like it was just yesterday that I was writing the recipes for this book on a blank Word document and NOW, it’s an actual gorgeous, printed cookbook. When I first received the cookbook in the mail, I waited to open it with all of you on Facebook Live. I wanted to tear the package open so badly, but I was patient because I wanted to share the reveal with you all. If you missed it, you can watch it here:
For those of you who have pre-ordered (or are pre-ordering today), first let me say: THANK YOU. I can’t wait until August 16th when you all have my cookbook in your hands and you get to cook through it with me – this journey with Inspiralized has only been possible because of all of you, I really mean that. You push me to work harder every day!
Now, let’s dig a bit deeper into Inspiralize Everything!
How is Inspiralize Everything different than the first cookbook, Inspiralized?
- All of the recipes are 100% brand-new. They aren’t recipes that have been on the blog before, they’re all completely new!
- The cookbook is organized by vegetable, A to Z, Apples to Zucchini. That’s why it’s named the “Encyclopedia of Spiralizing”. For example, if you have a Kohlrabi in your CSA box and have no idea what to do with it, you can flip to the Kohlrabi Chapter and find all of my recipes using Kohlrabi. However, like with the first cookbook, there is a tip box with every recipe that recommends other spiralized veggies you could use as well, called “Also Works Well With”.
- The book has new tips and tricks that I didn’t include in the first cookbook, as well as an updated recommended list for a healthy pantry and kitchen tools for the healthy cook. For example, I’ve included information on how to get your spiralizer to make angel hair noodles, if it doesn’t have that blade setting!
- I saved some new spiralized creations for this book that you haven’t yet seen, like my Spiralized Raviolis!
- We’ve added more categories to fit your everyday needs! Also, there’s an Index in the back of the book that lists all of the recipes and their categories for easy reading. The categories are:
- One Pot
- Saves Well
- No Cook
- There’s a new veggie being spiralized that wasn’t used in the first cookbook: BELL PEPPER.
- Lu’s in two recipe photos! He’s ready to be famous.
I follow a particular diet – is this book for me?
Yes! My recipes are versatile and can be easily adapted to fit your dietary preferences. That’s actually why I added the “Dairy-Free/optional” category: if a recipe has dairy but that dairy isn’t necessary, it can be taken out! For example, my “Potato-Wrapped Roasted Carrots with Moroccan Black Lentils and Feta” has a sprinkling of feta on top, but if the feta was omitted, the recipe would still be stellar! Thus, it’s “Dairy Optional.” For your information, here’s a breakdown of the recipes by diet:
PRE-ORDER INSPIRALIZE EVERYTHING
Where can you order Inspiralize Everything? From these fine retailers:
PRE-ORDER BONUS PACKET
Once you pre-order, you can immediately download your pre-order pack which is a PDF packet that comes with the following:
- My 7 Tips For Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle
- Sauces & Dressings Pairings Guide for Spiralized Vegetables
- 3 Recipes from Inspiralize Everything
- 3 Ways to Make Spiralized Pizza (with two bonus recipes with photos!)
- 20% off coupon code to use on the Inspiralizer