A New Way to Food

100 Recipes to Encourage a Healthy Relationship with Food, Nourish Your Beautiful Body, and Celebrate Real Wellness for Life
Discover a body-positive approach to food through nourishing recipes, heart-opening stories, and helpful lessons on creating a healthy relationship with food. Maggie Battista struggled with eating and dieting her whole life, until she discovered the foods and recipes that made her finally see herself as worthy of good health. In this kind and generous cookbook she shares the more than 100 mostly wholesome, mainly dairy-free, plant-based, and always refined sugar–free recipes that helped her find her way to good health, lose 70 pounds, and rid herself of years of chronic aches and pains. With stories that chronicle her struggles, victories, and lessons from finally reconciling her relationship with food; tips and advice on changing your own approach to food; and recipes for every time of day and occasion; A New Way to Food is the playbook for seeing yourself with kinder eyes and enjoying every meal along the way.


Author Bio
Maggie BattistaMaggie Battista is the founder and director of Eat Boutique, an award-winning online boutique and story-driven recipe site. She has built a business and life as a tastemaker, excelling in bringing people together (both online and in real life) and inspiring them through her own recipes (including her cookbook, Food Gift Love); collections of hand chosen, small-batch food from the very best food and drink makers; one-of-a-kind events and pop-up markets for 20,000+ guests; and speaking engagements where she shares her insights on food, technology, and social marketing. She's currently working on opening her first permanent Eat Boutique, a food retail concept space that provides a new way to food in Boston and then beyond.
Imprint: Roost
ISBN: 9781611806175
Publication Date: 
Page Count: 304
Size: 8 x 10

"Maggie tells her story in such an honest and approachable way, and the plant-based plan she offers is both doable and delicious! This is the way I like to eat and she has so many great recipe ideas that I will be using." —Erin Gleeson, author of The Forest Feast

"We are taken by how Maggie, through health and weight struggles, has proven we are all capable of change. Her beautiful new book is a full take on how to create a positive relationship with food and we are certain it will inspire many on their own journeys." —David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl, authors of Green Kitchen Stories

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