Review: The Naked Cookbook by Tess Ward

The Naked Cookbook - Tess Ward

Published by:  Teen Speed Press (17th May 2016)


ISBN: 9781607749943


Source: NetGalley


Rating: 4*



A transformative approach to healthy eating that strips back one's diet to simple, clean, and pure foods that cleanse, restore, and nourish the body, featuring 60 recipes and a chapter on detoxing.

In The Naked Diet, author Tess Ward shares her personal prescription for renewal: a collection of deliciously simple yet flavorful recipes composed of the most nutrient-rich and simple foods. This is not a deprivation diet but an achievable lifestyle where food is enjoyed and celebrated in its purest form. Lamb Meatballs with Rhubarb Sauce, Smoked Tofu Panzanella with Figs, Hot and Spicy Seafood Soup with Crispy Shallots, Soba Noodle Salad with Cucumber and Mango--these delicious dishes support and fuel the body while encouraging optimal health.



Clean eating with recipes full of enticing ingredients; this is my kind of cook book.


There's a chapter on detoxing, which is explained really well for those who are first timers, in addition to those who have detoxed previously.



The tempting recipes are written in clear and concise vocabulary, enabling the steps to be easily understood and followed by cooks of all abilities. The recipes themselves comprise lots of staples, with interesting combinations that seen to really work together. I've cooked a couple of the recipes so far, and plan to try some more over the next few months.


I'd recommend The Naked Cookbook to fans of clean reading who love good, delicious food.