Forks Over Knives Family Cookbook Review

It’s been five years since the Fork Over Knives Documentary came out. Since then they have release Forks Over Knives: The Plant-Based Way to Health, Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook, The Forks Over Knives Plan and now their latest book- Forks Over Knives Family Book, by the husband and wife doctor team Matthew Lederman, M.D. and Alona Pulde, M.D.This is a comprehensive book for anyone wanting to start, transition or expand their knowledge about the lifestyle.


(I borrowed Forks Over Knives photo)

Part 1- The Forks Over Knives Family Guide, introduction to why Forks Over Knives? Topics also include- You’re having a baby, baby’s first year, beyond the first year, how to help your family transition, on the road. I always love reading how to stay on track when you are traveling, or eating out, especially when it comes to eating at family or friends. How do you deal with kids parties?

There’s also other people’s stories through out to inspire you. It’s not as hard as some people make this lifestyle out to be.

Part 2- The Forks Over Knives family recipes. There’s more than 125 kid-friendly recipes by Forks Over Knives culinary projects manager Darshana Thacker. No oil, minimal salt yet delicious you won’t miss the empty calories oil provides. Darshana covers everything from breakfast to supper to special treats. With easy to read recipes that calls for real ingredients makes this the book to use before, during, and after transitioning. Even people who have been on the plant based journey will find this resource useful.

Touchstone sent me out a copy to review and will send out a copy to one lucky winner. Please click here to enter our giveaway.

I’m going to leave you the link back to their recipes. Good luck everyone! I know who ever wins this will be thrilled! This could end the meal time battles.

12 thoughts on “Forks Over Knives Family Cookbook Review

  1. We OWN the documentary and show it to anyone willing to watch! So powerful. 🙂 We don’t own any of their cookbooks but have checked them out from the library to try some of the recipes. Would love to own this one–thanks so much for the chance to win!

  2. I’ve had my eye on this book! All of the older books by the FOK folks are good. I have the cookbook that came out a couple years ago, and I also have Esselstyn’s Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, but the book I use the most from the FOK gang is My Beef with Meat. I just made the faux lentil taco meat for my brother last weekend. He is a meat eater and he loved it. Would be great to have the new book with more kid-friendly recipes so that I could whip up things that my niecelets would enjoy, too.

  3. I have two of the Fork Over Knives cookbooks and have watched the video. All are life changing.

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