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Power Bowls: 100 Perfectly Balanced Meals in a Bowl


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ISBN: 1454926996 | 2018 | EPUB | 192 Pages | 22 MB

Power up with these 100 delicious, perfectly balanced meals in a bowl-all designed to deliver a targeted blast of energy that will sustain you throughout the day.
Packed with recipes for all-in-one meals, Power Bowls offers easy-to-make, easy-to-serve dishes containing only the most wholesome ingredients. From nutty quinoa porridge for breakfast to Thai green cashew chicken, all these bowls showcase whole grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, high-quality proteins, healthy fats, and natural, unrefined sugars. So whether you're energizing with a carrot cake protein smoothie bowl, lunching on a coconut and lemongrass veggie rice bowl, dining on a Ni?oise kale and salmon bowl, or treating yourself to a yummy rich cocoa chia smoothie bowl, you know you'll be doing your body good!
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