Cultivating Joy in the kitchen

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About the author:

Cathy Vogt is a professionally trained chef and culinary translator who is dedicated to teaching people about health-supportive foods.

A certified integrative nutrition coach, eating psychology coach, and breathing normalization specialist, she is also accredited by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, with additional certification from Columbia University, and has studied with the world’s leading health and nutrition experts, including Joshua Rosenthal, David Wolfe, and Dr. Annemarie Colbin.

In 1996, Vogt started A Natural Chef, offering clients personal chef services plus health and nutrition coaching programs; she also currently works as a professional recipe developer for an international cookware company.

Happily married, Vogt is the busy mom of two daughters. In her free time she enjoys hiking in the Hudson Valley, reading cooking and nutrition books, spending time with friends, gardening, and biking around the community.

Cultivating Joy in the kitchen

Plant Forward Recipes & Soulful Nourishment

Authored by Cathy Vogt
Edition: 1

Despite the trendiness of cooking shows, few people actually cook their own meals. What’s the disconnect?

In her years of working with various clients, author and chef Cathy Vogt has recognized several obstacles that keep people from getting started. This guide will empower you to make peace with the kitchen and bravely embark on your own cooking adventure to a healthier and more holistic life.

Cultivating Joy in the Kitchen begins by addressing the very real challenges of today’s busy lifestyle, illustrating them with personal stories and teaching you how to change your thought patterns and food habits through simple practices.

Next is the cooking section, complete with gluten-free and soy-free vegan recipes, which also includes a pantry guide and kitchen essentials checklist. Another bonus is the pairing guide, which helps you combine recipes to create coordinated meals and suggests how you can incorporate dairy and other protein sources to accommodate people with different diets.

Why watch someone else cook when you can create your own kitchen masterpiece? Have fun and eat healthy by learning how to cultivate your own nutritious culinary skills.

Publication Date:
1517415624 / 9781517415624
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Cooking / Health & Healing / General

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