Puur Eten Pascale Naessens + New Year's resolutions
As published on Culinessa.com on 05/01/2015
Happy new year to you all and today we talk resolutions. I normally am not a fan of new years resolutions, why? Because thats literally what it stays normally, a resolution. I wanted it to be different this year. Instead of making new years resolutions, I am actually going to do it, but then my way. Yess, because I noticed a few things last year: I’ve been reading about detoxing for years now, even bought some books, but have never done it. Another thing that passed my thoughts frequently was “what does eating healthier mean exactly”? Its not like I eat at MacD or Burger King every day or add kroketten and fries to my menu every week. No, I am conscious as to what it is that I eat, but I am far from being a fit girl. So I’ve come up with the following method. I will stay close to myself, my intuition and common sense. I wrote a little piece about it on the V&D site talking about this topic. I wouldn’t mind getting inspired by others, like Pascale Naessens who wrote a book about Pure eating and still be happy doing so.
I reviewed the book “Puur eten” that’s written in Dutch, so couldn’t really decide what to write about it here as I know you guys won’t be able to buy it and understand it. It took me quite some time to figure it out, but now I know that I do want to tell you guys about the message that the books trying to spread and share a recipe.
I love the fact that one of the first lines I read was: Pure food that makes you happy. Really got to me and made me curious. OK I wanted to know more about this cook book.
I received the book and took the time to sit down an afternoon and read it from front to back, checking all recipes and sipping on some tea while eating a piece of salted caramel chocolate. We are talking about food that makes you happy right ;) Just kidding, it was good nonetheless.