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Flipping through the pages

I remember how difficult it was in the beginning; making food look good on photos, learning ingredient names in English, just writing a text like this. Every little step took us hours. But it was fun. We learned.

It still takes time. We still often struggle to find the right words. I desperately try to locate good photo light during the dark winters. We put a lot more effort into every recipe, so they take days to develop. This thing doesn’t come easy for us. But looking from where we started, there have definitely been some improvements.

That is what I love most about this book. I flip through it and remember how difficult we thought it was to make, and how stunned we are by the result. All the sleepless nights, our many arguments, recipe failures, flat tires, emails back and forth with our editor, that rye bread that I threw at the wall in anger (don’t ask …) – they all make sense somehow. A long trip. A difficult process. A beautiful book.

The advance copy finally landed at our door step yesterday – hot off the presses. It’s not easy to describe how proud and happy we are over it. It looks so much better than we could ever imagine. We have put up a separate book site with more info about the recipes and a few photos from it, but this really is something you should see and feel in real life. The book stands out somehow. Larger and thicker than we expected. And printed on lovely matte paper.

As you know, English is not our first language. So writing a whole book in it felt a tad frightening. But as we read through it now, it all feels very honest. Naked in a way. The introduction tells the story about how we met, fell in love and started cooking. And how we feel and think about food, vegetarianism and health. There are short stories between the chapters that capture special moments in our everyday life. Our hope is that you will feel like you know us after having read it. And that you will be inspired to start cooking natural wholesome food in your own kitchen.

The book is filled with 100 recipes from our everyday life. Most of them are written solely for this books, but we have also included our favorites from this blog (with new photos and some slight improvements).

Since we are launching both in UK/Australia and US, the two editions have different names and covers, but inside it looks the same (and has the same recipes). You can find more information about it on our book site.



The Green Kitchen, UK/Australian edition (European/Australian measurements). Available 1 April, 2013. Click here to pre-order on Amazon. And if you are Australian you can pre-order it on Booktopia.
Read more about it on Hardie Grant’s website.


Vegetarian Everyday, US edition (American measurements). Available April 30, 2013. Click here to pre-order.
Read more about it on Rizzoli’s website.


My sister has taken all the photos so we could focus on recipes and styling. We are so pleased with how they turned out. Full of color, simple and inspiring. Thank you Johanna for everything!






  1. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 16:48 | #

    Are the recipes different in the two versions???

    • Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 17:23 | #

      Hi Maria, the recipes are the same in the two editions, but the measurements and ingredient names are adjusted to the different markets (cups/ml, grams/oz eggplant/aubergine etc…).

  2. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 16:48 | #

    BEYOOOOOND exciting!!! Congratulations!

  3. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 17:13 | #

    Fantastic, congratulations! Interesting with the difference in the two covers. I prefer the UK edition, do you have a favourite?

    • Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:24 | #

      Well if we did, it would be unfair to our publishers to tell you which

  4. Darla
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 17:27 | #

    Love the covers- just wish the US publisher had let you keep the titles the same- Vegetarian Everyday doesn’t convey the feeling I get from visiting your website and the enjoyment I get from your stories and recipes…Best of Luck!

  5. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 17:29 | #

    Can’t wait to buy it! I prefer both name and cover of the uk version and i’m european, so i guess you made a good choice! :)
    Congratulations on the fabulous work!
    You should feel really proud!

  6. Maraka Sampford
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 17:41 | #

    I have only just discovered your site but love it already. Congratulations on your book, I have just been onto amazon.co.uk and pre-ordered a copy.

  7. Kelli
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 17:43 | #

    congrats!!! Will it be availabele on Kindle?

  8. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 17:45 | #

    Oh, how thrilled I am for you! Congratulations on finishing your first book (I’m sure there will be more)

  9. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:10 | #

    This is so exciting! The covers are gorgeous and I can’t wait to see inside!

  10. Liz B
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:19 | #

    I am SO excited for this book! I have been following your blog for a few years now, and I just love it completely, and I am so, so excited for the arrival of the book! It looks beautiful! And the thoughts for the UK and US version is very kind, and so very you!
    I’ve ordered the UK edition, as I’m natively English, but live in Portugal. 1st April is also the due date for handing in my Ph.D. thesis, so it feels very fitting to celebrate with this book order!
    Thank you and Congratulations!!

    • Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:26 | #

      Congrats on handing in your thesis! And thank you for ordering the book. It sounds like it will arrive just in the right moment!

  11. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:28 | #

    I’m so excited to order a copy – it looks really really beautiful.

  12. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:35 | #

    How amazingly exciting! It looks beautiful, what a labor of love. Cannot wait to get my copy.

  13. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:35 | #

    A gorgeous book, and obviously, congratulations! I am writing a book myself (though not related to cooking or food) and it feels like a labor of love, however much you struggle with all the research.
    You can count me among the very first readers. :)

  14. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:44 | #

    Brilliant, congratulations! Looks absolutely stunning!
    Can’t wait to pick this up.

  15. Nicole
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:46 | #

    So excited to see your book come to fruition. I love your posts and recipes and can’t wait to get the book…I’ve preordered on Amazon! Congratulations!

  16. Claudia H.
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:48 | #

    Congratulations to you both! How very exciting it must feel, I am looking forward to checking it out.

  17. gourmet goddess
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:52 | #

    looking forward to buying this book – however why do publishers not allow the same cover and title on different continents ??? yours is not the first book i have come across with this conundrum ????? i have tp be honest and say i cannot warm up to the USA version – and that is the one i will have to purchase !!!


  18. tona
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 18:52 | #

    preordered your book. cant wait. love from berlin

  19. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 19:08 | #

    I’m sooo happy for you guys, congratulations!

  20. Sini
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 19:27 | #

    Wow! Congrats! I especially love the UK cover and the fact that it is printed on matte paper. Oh and don’t let us forget the surely amazing pictures, stories and recipes. Can’t wait.

  21. Mona
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 19:46 | #

    Tillykke med den nye “baby” i familien.
    Vi glæææder os til at se den :-)))

  22. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 20:14 | #

    Can’t wait to get my hands on this book! Congratulations you two!

  23. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 20:51 | #

    Congratulations! What an achievment. I will definitely get it. And keep on dreaming about making my own cooking book = )

  24. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 21:06 | #

    Now go go to Mexico for your deserved holiday and come back with even more delicious recipes and inspiration. In the meantime I’m going there to the post again and click “pre-order now”

  25. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 21:07 | #

    Does the book include new recipes not published in the blog?

  26. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 21:08 | #

    wauw! It must feel so wonderful to finally have the book in your hands, something you worked so hard for and put so much effort and love in. I’m glad I’ll get the UK edition, because I like the cover a bit more ;-). There aren’t many books I really can’t wait to have and buy them immediately after they come out, but this one I will.

  27. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 21:16 | #

    Congrats!! It is a shame that you didn’t use the same cover art for both additions. I much prefer the UK one but would be confused by the measurements, I suppose.

    • Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:31 | #

      Hi Sandra, we noticed just now that the UK edition actually has both European and US measurements. So if you prefer that one it would be possible for you to order it instead.

  28. Agnes
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 21:24 | #

    WOW! Congratulations! can’t wait to read it and try the recipes! bdw: love the UK cover better!

  29. Lisen
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:11 | #

    Congratulations! :) So happy for you, I will certainly get at least one copy. (Hope it’s not too expensive so I can buy it for lots of friends and family too.)

  30. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:20 | #

    Hoooray! Stort grattis & I’m dying to get my hands on a copy.

  31. Hanna
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:27 | #

    Stooort grattis och sååå grymt jobbat, boken verkar helt fantastisk. Garanterad succé!

  32. Vicky
    Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:36 | #

    congratulations! can’t wait to have it in my hands! keep up the awesome work! i really love the photos and the styling (and the recipes too!) and how you talk about your choices lifestyle-wise and the little bits of personal life that you include here! your blog is a real inspiration to eat healthy and beautiful food everyday!

  33. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:46 | #

    If the recipes and photos are as good as they are here (which looks like they are!) I HAVE to get a copy!!

  34. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:47 | #

    I can’t wait for this! I pre-ordered mine today!

  35. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:48 | #

    Congratulations! And that´s true, it´s difficult to take good pics of food but you have succeeded very well:-)

  36. Posted 20 Feb ’13 at 22:53 | #

    Congratulations luise, David and elsa, the book looks truly stunning. I hope we can it down in New Zealand sometime soon.

  37. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 00:21 | #

    you guys!!!! It looks so stunning. I can’t wait to hold it. I resonated so much with your feelings of the process. Glad you are happy with it. Congratulations, it’s going to do SO well.

  38. Y
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 00:56 | #

    Congratulations! It looks delicious :)

  39. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 01:43 | #

    Congratulations! Very happy and excited for you and super excited for the moment when I can have it at home, flip through the pages and pick which recipes to try first :) Beautiful, great job!

  40. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 02:45 | #


  41. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 02:48 | #

    “All the sleepless nights, our many arguments, recipe failures, flat tires, emails back and forth with our editor, that rye bread that I threw at the wall in anger (don’t ask …) – they all make sense somehow. A long trip. A difficult process. A beautiful book.”

    It’s so interesting, getting a quick peak into the stress and strain that was a part of creating your beautiful book. As a longtime follower of GKS, the process has seemed so peaceful and fulfilling from the outside. Knowing how many different emotions–from happiness to frustration to anger–were a part of its creation, the work seems even more human and whole than I’d have imagined.

    Congratulations. So excited for all three of you :)

  42. Catherine
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 02:55 | #

    Hello from Australia.What can I say but congrats, you both have created a truly wonderful website that is such a gift. I am so excited that your book is now complete and have ordered 2 copies already. My husband and daughter, Stella who is 21 months old, enjoy every meal we cook from your site. You have bought such inspiration to our home. Keep up the wonderful work and if your travels ever bring you to Australia our door is open and kitchen will welcome you all.

  43. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 02:58 | #

    The inside and the photography look beautiful; I like the UK cover better, though; interesting how the title is different for the US version.

  44. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 03:10 | #

    I am doing the happy dance right now because I just pre-ordered your book and cannot wait to receive it by May 3 here in the US. CONGRATULATIONS to you Luise, David & Elsa!!! What an amazing cooking adventure for you all. I am sure you must be beyond excited, happy and proud to finally be holding your beautiful book in your hands now. Enjoy the ripples of your dedicated work, passion and love. Bravo again and big hug to you three. :-)

  45. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 03:14 | #

    Beautiful! I had to laugh at your bread throwing comment though, I was right there last week with my gf sourdough trials :-) I can’t wait to get my copy, well done guys. You should be so proud!

  46. Yasmin
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 03:29 | #

    Hi there,
    I cannot tell you how excited I am, by your cookbook coming out!! I have been counting down since your very first mention… I love the way you cook, the amazing flavours and combinations. I try not to buy too many cookbooks as I often feel that there isn’t enough vegetarian recipes in most cookbooks to justify the purchase, especially interesting, thoughtful vegetarian recipes!! (My only exception to this is Ottolenghi – Plenty that I love like a child!!) I use the GK app all the time so I am so looking forward to having a hard copy in my hot little hands!! Have a fantastic time in Mexico and relax, knowing all the hard work that you have put in. Congratulations again, you should be so very proud!

  47. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 03:29 | #

    Congrats you guys! Just looking at the little preview you’ve given us it’s evident how much love and passion went into creating the book. I cannot wait to get my hands on a copy and lovingly pour through it’s pages. Be proud, what a great achievement!

  48. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 04:14 | #

    This is a really touching post – you must be so proud of your achievements.

  49. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 04:34 | #

    I will definitely be buying a US copy as I adore your website (though I must admit I much prefer the UK cover art as well… maybe they thought it would be confused with the going green movement here? )

  50. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 05:31 | #

    Looks great, can’t wait to buy this!

  51. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 05:41 | #

    What a labor of love! It looks so incredibly gorgeous! Congratulations!

  52. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 06:47 | #

    You and your family are amazing and have taught me so much about success through persistence (amoungst many delightful other things in food and photography!)….thank you! I shall definitely be purchasing your book!

  53. Laura
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 08:09 | #

    Awesome, it’s finally here! I have been patiently waiting for a long time for this :)
    I have preordered today and I really can’t wait to receive it. It looks so special. I’m very interested in the pancake berry cake!

    Well done and I hope you have time to relax now!

  54. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 08:21 | #

    Just pre-ordered it, can’t wait! Hurra for bok og gratulerer!

  55. Blanka
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 08:33 | #

    Looks beautiful, congratulations! I will buy it as a gift for my boyfriend, who is only starting with vegetarian meals through me as I am cooking mostly that way. I hope he will get inspired from all nice photos and tasty recipes inside. Thanks!

  56. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 09:23 | #

    It looks gorgeous, i can’t wait to devour it. Congratulations!

  57. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 10:11 | #

    I can’t wait to add this to my growing collection of inspiring cookbooks! Congratulations on all of your hard work paying off so beautifully..Thank you for sharing your stories, recipes and honesty with all of your devoted readers! Enjoy!

  58. MJ
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 10:32 | #

    So great to see the book is ready :) Will it be available in PDF format by any chance? It would be great to have it on iPad. iBook versions of cookbooks are not so great. Love the images :)

    • Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 22:51 | #

      Hi MJ, we are not sure yet which other formats the book might be available in. As soon as we have any news on that we will put it up on our book site.

  59. Alex
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 11:29 | #

    Hey guys!
    I was just wondering which version contains cups/mls etc?

    • Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 22:49 | #

      Hi Alex, the US edition has cups, ounces, lbs, tbsp and all the measurements that they normally use in America.
      The UK edition actually has both cups and ml, grams and ounces, lbs and kg etc …
      So if you live in America, the US edition should cover all your needs. And for the rest of the world, the UK edition would probably be the best choice.

    • Sonje
      Posted 25 Feb ’13 at 19:47 | #

      The UK/Australian edition would be best for us in Canada, as we use primarily metric measurements, but also some imperial. Alas, we are being offered (through Amazon.ca) only the American edition, with no access to the other. This is certainly not your fault and it happens all the time. But it’s extremely frustrating – I am constantly having to perform conversions while cooking or baking.

  60. Aleksandra Peyrer-Na
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 11:32 | #

    Congratulations to you both!!! I am sure your labour of love is going to be a great success. Can’t wait to have a copy to add to my collection. I have enjoyed all your recipes and am especially inspired by your unusual and creative approach to cooking. Thanks for sharing!

  61. Riley
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 16:09 | #

    Ordered! I have never commented on the blog but am a long time fan! I cannot wait to have this book in my hands and read it cover to cover (hopefully cook a thing or two as well!). Congratulations on the massive achievement!

  62. Linda
    Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 17:17 | #

    Hi and congratulations to the fabulous result of all your hard work! I’ve been following your blog for quite a time now and I love your creativity and the personal note you put into all your blog entries. The book looks just great – I pre-orderd it directly ;-) and can’t wait to read it! Linda

  63. Posted 21 Feb ’13 at 21:44 | #

    It’s great news! The book must be fabulous. I really like yours recipies and photos. I can’t wait to read it. Congratulations!

  64. therese Balagna
    Posted 22 Feb ’13 at 01:04 | #

    amazing!!! how from a cooking spree in a kitchen, it became a grandiose feast shared by hundreds of people, and now a delicious book..

  65. Darby
    Posted 22 Feb ’13 at 04:04 | #

    looking forward to purchasing your beautiful book! I have been a fan of your blog for some time and find it a source of inspiration for living a more healthful life. along with many of the above comments I do prefer the UK cover and title, just saying.

  66. Julie
    Posted 22 Feb ’13 at 08:35 | #

    Uh, kommer den på dansk også?

  67. Emma
    Posted 22 Feb ’13 at 09:29 | #

    For those of us living far away (Australia) the book can be bought through Bookdepository, they have free worldwide shipping. http://www.bookdepository.com/Green-Kitchen-David-Frenkiel/9781742705583
    I just made the lemon coconut cake, great taste but I think I kept it in the oven for too long, from your photo it looks like the top layer should be a bit sticky?

  68. celine konwinski
    Posted 22 Feb ’13 at 14:47 | #

    I have been using your website for a month now as I was looking for some ideas for vegeterian food. Although I am not one, I feel the need to eat less meat now. The recipes are fantastic and the photos simply beautiful.
    Like Emma the post above, I made the lemon and coconut bars but yes the top was too cooked. I suppose it depends on one’s oven. I baked it again and only left the top 8 minutes in the oven and it really nice.
    The book looks beautiful and I will surely get it. Best of luck for it.

  69. Tess
    Posted 22 Feb ’13 at 15:06 | #

    I just found this blog and your book seems great! Will you print a Swedish version too? I have a few English cook books but I rarely use them because finding the right ingredients are so much more complicated. However, I guess you are cooking with ingredients you can find in Stockholm?

  70. Posted 22 Feb ’13 at 16:24 | #

    I pre-ordered mine yesterday! Can’t wait to see it :))

  71. Posted 22 Feb ’13 at 16:49 | #

    Hello and congrats from Germany!! From what I just read and saw about your cookbook (incl that it is printed on matte paper) I almost can’t wait till April. Be sure that I will write then also about your book on my blog… maybe at that time already in English :)… right now I just write my recipes bilingual (English/German) as I’m still on my way to get a routine in writing English. But your post also encourage that with the time it will probably run smoother and smoother :)
    Wish you all the best, Eva

  72. Giulia
    Posted 22 Feb ’13 at 17:41 | #

    Hey! I’m definitely going to order this wonderful book! However, I’m still undecided between the UK and US version.. I live in Europe so theoretically my measurements are ml and grams.. However, I prefer cooking by cups by now.. but I’ve got no idea about oz.. umm real problem here, I know haha.. are all measurements in the uk version in ml? no cups at all? I wish there were a hybrid version or something :)

  73. Birgit
    Posted 24 Feb ’13 at 14:21 | #

    Your blog and recipes are wonderful!! I get informed by the german magazine “freundin”. Is your book also available in Stockholms book stores? We will be there in May :-) By the way, could you suggest there good restaurants cooking the way you are :-) greetings from Frankfurt / Germany

  74. Posted 25 Feb ’13 at 01:53 | #

    Beautiful! Congratulations. I cannot wait to get my hands on it.

  75. Posted 25 Feb ’13 at 06:19 | #

    An early copy has just landed on my doorstep. I so look forward to recreating your recipes at home! The book is simply gorgeous, such a job well done xx

  76. Posted 25 Feb ’13 at 08:07 | #

    Congratulations! the book, or actually both of them, look really beautiful! can’t wait for my own copy :)

  77. Posted 25 Feb ’13 at 11:43 | #

    Can’t wait to get my hands on this! Pre-ordered the UK version a few days ago, it looks so inviting on the cover.

  78. isabell
    Posted 25 Feb ’13 at 12:05 | #

    Is any of you fantastic books published in swedish?

    • Posted 25 Feb ’13 at 22:21 | #

      Dear Isabell, not yet…

    • Posted 27 Feb ’13 at 20:45 | #

      Hi Isabell, our book might come out in Sweden but nothing is signed yet. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we know more.

  79. Jackie
    Posted 26 Feb ’13 at 23:02 | #

    The book looks amazing. Can’t wait to buy it. I’m a loyal follower and I love your recipes.

    Just wondering, is your blog a customized version of Autofocus?


    • Posted 27 Feb ’13 at 20:40 | #

      Yes you are right Jackie, it is a customized version of Autofocus.

  80. Becca
    Posted 27 Feb ’13 at 04:23 | #

    Hi GK Stories! Very excited for the book. Checked out Razzi’s website to learn more about the US version (I’m Canadian so that’s where I’ll be getting my copy). While reading about the book, however, I became confused when I read “When David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl got MARRIED, they decided to make a concerted effort to cook truly healthy food in their home together”. Also in the bio: “David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl fell in love in Rome and returned to Stockholm where they MARRIED and had their daughter, Elsa.” …but if I recall correctly (and after checking this post: http://www.greenkitchenstories.com/crunchy-august-salad/) I didn’t think you guys were married? What’s up with Razzi’s bio?

    Anywho, congrats on your “twins” (and by twins I mean the two books).

    • Posted 27 Feb ’13 at 20:37 | #

      Hi Becca, yes you are absolutely right. On Rizzoli’s site it says that we are married even though we are not. We have pointed this out to them and they have promised to change it, but so far they haven’t. I have no idea where they got the idea that we are married from, perhaps they believe that it will sell more books ;-)
      No, but seriously, thanks for pointing it out. We will remind them to change it.
      Btw, if you are Canadian and want both imperial and metric measurements I suppose the UK edition would be better, since it has both. But I don’t know if it is possible for you to order it? We’ll try to look it up.

  81. Amani
    Posted 27 Feb ’13 at 09:41 | #

    How strange, I was wondering how the book was coming along moments before typing your website url into my search bar, and ta-dah! A whole post dedicated to it was awaiting upon my arrival. Congratulations, both copies look absolutely wonderful, and I cannot wait to get my hands one one! x

  82. ida
    Posted 27 Feb ’13 at 21:36 | #

    Ååå vad jag hoppas att den kommer ut i Sverige!

  83. Posted 3 Mar ’13 at 01:56 | #

    Congratulations to you both! Your book looks absolutely beautiful (as I knew it would) and I cannot wait to get a copy of my own.

  84. Posted 10 Mar ’13 at 04:51 | #

    Congratulations!!! Both books look great! I can’t wait to flip through the pages. :)

  85. Posted 19 Mar ’13 at 06:57 | #

    Yeaaahhh, I’ve got it!!! Yesterday I could hardly contain myself and not to embrace my postman. From now on I’m a very very proud owner of “The Green Kitchen”. It’s a great book, can’t stop flipping through and can’t decide where to start cooking. Could be the “Chorizo”. Don’t get me wrong: I never never missed the original, but your chorizo’s recipe augurs to be a great surprise. Thanks for this wonderful book – it’s more than worth to become translated into other languages.

  86. Posted 19 Mar ’13 at 16:35 | #

    So excited for the book! Looks beautiful, I love the Green Kitchen title wished they would have kept it more prominent.

  87. Laura
    Posted 23 Mar ’13 at 15:41 | #

    I’ve just discovered your blog a week ago and already tried a few of your recipes. I am so enthusiastic now that I have already pre-ordered your book as well! You guys are amazing!

  88. Siobhan
    Posted 24 Mar ’13 at 06:24 | #

    My copy of The Green Kitchen has just arrived on my doorstep across the other end of the world in New Zealand!! I am so thrilled – it is absolutely gorgeous, and I don’t know where to start (considering starting at the beginning and cooking everything until I reach the end!!). Your blog has been inspiring and delighting me for over a year now, and I am so excited to now have your book in my hands! Thank you for sharing your delicious, nourishing recipes, gorgeous photos & stories – congratulations and I hope that the book is a huge success!

  89. Maja
    Posted 3 Apr ’13 at 14:35 | #

    Congrats’ guys! I really like your blog, keep up with the good work! I just went on Amazon to order your book but they don’t sell it in Kidle version (I really prefer my cookbooks in digital format). So are you planning to have it in digital or your mobile application is kind of it?
    Thank you!

  90. Arlette
    Posted 27 May ’13 at 21:39 | #

    I love your recipes/blog/apps and book – all so creative, beautiful and inspiring. Pity the US version changed the name – it just sounds boring and fails completely to convey your originality, what was the publisher thinking of!!!

  91. Posted 4 Nov ’13 at 22:31 | #

    Great book! I love it! Thank you!

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