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Thug Kitchen

Thug Kitchen

Cookbook expert, Naomi Bussin, wants you to look past the purposefully salty language and focus on the funky vegan recipes in this new book from these acclaimed California bloggers.

November 2014
Toronto Cooks

Toronto Cooks

Tired of waiting in line to eat at your favourite local restaurant? Try making your favourite dishes at home with the help of this great new cookbook. Reviewer, Naomi Bussin, tested several recipes and will give you the scoop on whether "Toronto Cooks" should be part of your library.

October 2014
Whole Grain Mornings:

Whole Grain Mornings:

Cookbook reviewer Naomi Bussin sinks her teeth into recipes oriented to the morningtime. According to her Wholegrain Mornings is filled with wholesome delicious breakfasts.

September 2014
Juice: Recipes for Juicing, Cleansing & Living Well

Juice: Recipes for Juicing, Cleansing & Living Well

Tonic cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin, has reviewed this fantastic juicing recipe book from the owners of Pressed Juicery in California. Find out how to get your family into juice.

Summer 2014
The New "Vegetarian Cooking For Everyone"

The New "Vegetarian Cooking For Everyone"

Like many parents cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin is trying to introduce more plant-based meals into her family's repetoire. She peruses a recent update to a classic vegetarian cookbook. See why it should be included in your library.

June 2014
The a.o.c. Cookbook

The a.o.c. Cookbook

Naomi Bussin reviews the newest cookbook from Los Angeles restauranteur, Suzanne Goin. The recipes are complex but the results are worth the effort.

May 2014
The Green Whey...

The Green Whey...

April 2014
"Find Your Self-Culture"

"Find Your Self-Culture"

Victoria Lorient-Faibish's new book explores methods on finding your "self".

December 2013
Meghan Telpner's Undiet

Meghan Telpner's Undiet

Filled with recipes and tips this health book will get you feeling right.

May 2013
Finally...Food I Can Eat

Finally...Food I Can Eat

Shirley Plant refreshes our palate by introducing an infinite variety of new and old healthy foods with lots of innovative ways on how to create alternatively delicious, allergy-free recipes.

February 2013
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