Why It's Perfectly Acceptable to Eat Dessert for Breakfast

Why It's Perfectly Acceptable to Eat Dessert for Breakfast

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By (author) Nicole Joy

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  • Publisher: Publicious Self-Publishing
  • Format: Paperback | 122 pages
  • Dimensions: 198mm x 252mm x 10mm | 280g
  • Publication date: 21 January 2014
  • ISBN 10: 0992375304
  • ISBN 13: 9780992375300
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 60,226

Product description

Nicole Joy had always had a sweet tooth. But over time, her culinary indulgences got the better of her, compromising her relationship with herself and her body. Then, with guidance from a personal friend and yoga teacher, Nicole started learning to listen to what her body and soul needed. She embraced the world of natural ingredients and discovered the wholesome goodness of desserts made without any of the traditional nasties - mouthwatering desserts that were guilt-free! Now, Nicole relates her inspiring story in a charming way, sharing her simple and delicious recipes- all easily made with just a food processor and a blender! Sweetened with inspirational quotes, and exquisite photography, Why it's perfectly acceptable to eat dessert for breakfast includes: . 40 gluten-, dairy- and refined sugar-free recipes . Tips and tricks to ensure your guilt-free desserts are a success . Kid-friendly treats You need not ever feel guilty for eating dessert again!"

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By Sophia Wee 20 Jun 2014 1

I just received this book and was appalled at the quality of the binding and printing. The pages seem to be printed by a home printer(possible smudging in the future?) photographs were pixelated and the pages were cut off badly so much so that I can see the crop lines at the top and page numbers were chopped off at the bottom. I understand that this is a self publishing book, but I'm in the design industry and this is not a good reason for the book to be so badly done, especially when I'm paying this much for a printed book! With that being said the recipes in this book seem easy to follow, perfect for a beginner like me. I wish I'd known of the shoddy printing earlier, I would have bought the ebook instead.