Nourishing Dessert Delights

Another busy day and “Nature’s Bounty: A Treasury of Nourishing Dessert Delights” is ready! We’ll share more about the making-of in the coming days while it’s still fresh in mind.

Why another cookbook? This one brings something new to the table:

  • 21 favorite recipes (chosen from > 150), rather than 5 good ones and 95 fillers.
  • Tasty treats made from real fruits, nuts and vegetables, not junk (sugar/artificial sweeteners, milk/cream, alcohol, vegetable oil, additives, gluten/flour).
  • Backed by solid research (about as much as a PhD thesis) instead of fads and opinions.

You’ll find carefully tweaked recipes, precise measurements and useful tips and tricks on food science, nutrition and health. Interested in boosting well-being and getting a head start on tasty desserts?

The EPUB3 e-book version is already available at Smashwords (an online bookstore) and Google Play Books. Soon we’ll also be able to deliver to Apple iBooks, Kobo and others.

Do you have any questions, comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you:

Author: jj

Jan is partly fueled by chocolate. 14 years ago at the age of 18, he realized that moving to university would require another food source. His mother wrote a starter cookbook, leading to many sociable gatherings in the student dorm kitchen. A tasty demo convinced the group to invest in an ice cream maker. Happy years of plentiful frozen desserts, baking, Frisbee, and dancing ensued. After moving out, finishing an algorithm engineering PhD and one too many visits to the dentist, he shifted focus to healthier desserts. A keen interest in nutrition, stoked by hundreds of research articles, led to major changes. Motivated by a desire for continual improvement, Jan tested and tweaked each recipe at weekly cooking get-togethers. He is eager to share the delightful results and hopes to adequately communicate the why and how. Jan is joined in his passion for cooking by his wife Jaya. With a combined 30 years of kitchen experience, they bring together the best of East and West.

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