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Table Of Contents

What’s in this Book
The Inspiration that Led to Cook for Good
The Results: Saving Money Leads to other Savings
A Way of Life, not Just an Experiment
Easy to Do; Hard to Figure Out
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Up to 3 Extra Days
Shopping Lists
Thrifty Shopping List
Green Shopping List
Cooking Plan
, Beautiful Beans!
Cooking Dried Beans and Peas
Bean Burritos
Enchilada Sauce
Bean and Tomato Stew with Rice
Cuban Black Beans and Black Bean Soup
Hoppin’ John
Hummus
Red Bean Chili
Spicy Black-Eyed Peas
Stoup
Good Whisk Bread
Whisk Sandwich Bread
Garlic Toast
Sweet Raisin Flatbread (breakfast focaccia)
Pizza
No-Knead Pizza Dough
Pizza Sauce
Pizza Toppings
Pizza: Putting it All Together
Potato Main Dishes
Potato Peanut Curry
Potato Pudding
Yogurt
Homemade Yogurt
Flavoring Yogurt
Yogurt Starter
Making a Yogurt Nest
Vegetables
Glazed Carrots
Tossed Salad
Vinaigrette (Vinegar and Oil Salad Dressing)
Pasta and Pasta Sauces
Rotini Noodles in Very Little Water
Noodles in Spicy Peanut Sauce with Winter Vegetables
Parsley Pesto
Tomato Sauce with Collards and Onions
Tomato Sauce with Green Peppers and Onions
Desserts
Ginger-Glazed Carrot Cake
Oatmeal-Raisin Cookies
Chocolate Pudding
Vanilla Pudding
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Cook for Good Basics: Save Money, Eat Well, Do Good Cookbook

Cook for Good Basics: Save Money, Eat Well, Do Good Cookbook

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Published by Linda Watson
Cook for Good if you want to save money by cooking and eating delicious food. You'll be doing good, too: good for your health, good for your family, and good for your community and your planet.

This cookbook shows you how to eat well on an average of $1.16 a meal for the regular plan and only $1.67 for the "green" plan which uses mostly organic or sustainably raised ingredients (prices from April 2009). You'll find the shopping lists, menu plans, and recipes here that make it all come together. Plus, you'll find the way to put time on your side, cooking several dishes at once and cutting back on dirty dishes by half.

Buy Cook for Good Basics and start saving money, eating well, and doing good today! This ebook gives you the basics to do the whole program of cooking on a budget. The plan is vegetarian but gives tips for including meat.

You'll start experiencing the Seven Lively Savings:
* Save money – Eat well even on a food-stamp budget.
* Save time – Cook for Good in about the same amount of time as you'd spend eating out and less time than with typical, loosely planned cooking.
* Save your mind – Get rid of the daily stress of “what’s for dinner?” and gain confidence from learning to cook on a budget.
* Save your family – Create good memories for your kids by filling your home with the delicious smells of baking and cooking.
* Save your community – Have enough food to join celebrations. Support your local farmers, too.
* Save the planet – Cut back on your use of oil by cutting back on the transportation costs of your food, the amount of meat you eat, and packaging you buy.
* Savor your food – The meals are simply delicious. Enjoy!

Cook for Good Basics has sections for beans, bread, main dishes, side dishes, and desserts, including many recipes not available online at cookforgood.com:

* Whisk Sandwich Bread, no-knead bread with the nutrition of whole wheat
* No-Knead Pizza Dough
* Sweet Raisin Flatbread
* Parsley Pesto
* Ginger-Glazed Carrot Cake

Get 90 pages of useful information with no fluff. (No pictures, either. Just the basics.) It's formatted for regular printer paper (8.5 x 11 inches), so you can easily print a copy to keep with you in the kitchen.

Subscribe to the free newsletter at http://www.cookforgood.com. Get a free recipe and tips about saving money while eating delicious food.

As featured in the Mark Bittman's blog in the New York Times, on Chow.com, and on Lifehacker.com
Cook for Good if you want to save money by cooking and eating delicious food. You'll be doing good, too: good for your health, good for your family, and good for your community and your planet.

This cookbook shows you how to eat well on an average of $1.16 a meal for the regular plan and only $1.67 for the "green" plan which uses mostly organic or sustainably raised ingredients (prices from April 2009). You'll find the shopping lists, menu plans, and recipes here that make it all come together. Plus, you'll find the way to put time on your side, cooking several dishes at once and cutting back on dirty dishes by half.

Buy Cook for Good Basics and start saving money, eating well, and doing good today! This ebook gives you the basics to do the whole program of cooking on a budget. The plan is vegetarian but gives tips for including meat.

You'll start experiencing the Seven Lively Savings:
* Save money – Eat well even on a food-stamp budget.
* Save time – Cook for Good in about the same amount of time as you'd spend eating out and less time than with typical, loosely planned cooking.
* Save your mind – Get rid of the daily stress of “what’s for dinner?” and gain confidence from learning to cook on a budget.
* Save your family – Create good memories for your kids by filling your home with the delicious smells of baking and cooking.
* Save your community – Have enough food to join celebrations. Support your local farmers, too.
* Save the planet – Cut back on your use of oil by cutting back on the transportation costs of your food, the amount of meat you eat, and packaging you buy.
* Savor your food – The meals are simply delicious. Enjoy!

Cook for Good Basics has sections for beans, bread, main dishes, side dishes, and desserts, including many recipes not available online at cookforgood.com:

* Whisk Sandwich Bread, no-knead bread with the nutrition of whole wheat
* No-Knead Pizza Dough
* Sweet Raisin Flatbread
* Parsley Pesto
* Ginger-Glazed Carrot Cake

Get 90 pages of useful information with no fluff. (No pictures, either. Just the basics.) It's formatted for regular printer paper (8.5 x 11 inches), so you can easily print a copy to keep with you in the kitchen.

Subscribe to the free newsletter at http://www.cookforgood.com. Get a free recipe and tips about saving money while eating delicious food.

As featured in the Mark Bittman's blog in the New York Times, on Chow.com, and on Lifehacker.com

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