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Good and Cheap, Eat Well on $4/Day by Leanne Brown

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Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Good and Cheap by Leanne Brown. A perfect and irresistible idea: A cookbook filled with delicious, healthful recipes created for everyone on a tight budget—and a cookbook with a strong charitable component: With every copy of Good and Cheap purchased, a second copy will be given to a person or family in need.

In addition to creating nutritious recipes that maximize every ingredient and use economical cooking methods, Ms. Brown gives tips on shopping; on creating pantry basics; on mastering certain staples—pizza dough, flour tortillas—and saucy extras that make everything taste better, like spice oil and tzatziki; and how to make fundamentally smart, healthful food choices. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Good and Cheap , please sign up. Shannon I would say one person. She puts the prices per serving and for the whole meal. It's designed to help families living on food stamps, but I use it because I'm a grad student with very limited income, and I love it. She really put a lot of attention into making the food not only cheap, but healthy and delicious.

There's a free pdf available if you want to look at it before buying it or if you can't buy it for whatever reason. See 2 questions about Good and Cheap…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 01, karen rated it really liked it Shelves: review-projects , eats.

MASHED BEETS salt: already on hand beets: see note above butter: already on hand garlic: already on hand chicken broth: already on hand pepper: already on hand this recipe was my first true failure. View all 82 comments. View all 52 comments. I love getting cookbooks from Netgalley. I get to check them out and if I end up loving them I can decide to order an hard copy of it. This book gets that status of me buying it. And I'm cheap. I'm cheap by necessity. I won't go into great detail but my husband and I both work and have semi-decent paying jobs.

I have a chunk of my paycheck that has to go to something so well.. I have to be the one to lay down the hammer sometimes on spending. This book is made for people that receive snap benefit I love getting cookbooks from Netgalley.

This book is made for people that receive snap benefits. We don't qualify for that and honestly it scares me to think that we could be there. Anyone could be there. I have friends that do. So don't judge. Living on SNAP benefits means dividing your food money allotment and most times it ends up that you have to feed your family on about 4.

Yes, four bucks. This book works for my family also. I don't like processed foods. I rarely cave in and get them. This book makes simple cooking taste good. I've got tons of cookbooks on whole food cooking but they can get very pricey. Don't believe me? Check the prices of grass fed beef in your area. It will make your mama scream. This book breaks down the dish, by cost to make and cost per serving. Pretty cool. I want it because it has some very simple ways to make dishes with ingredients I choose to use.

Mexican street corn, Potato and Leek Pizzas, and Cauliflower cheese are some that I can't wait to dig in to. This would be a perfect book for newlyweds and college students too. ETA: I looked up this author because I liked this book so much. For every cookbook she sells she is doing a kickstarter to give a copy to someone that is in need of it.

She just became even more awesome. View all 42 comments. Mar 30, Erica rated it liked it Recommends it for: college students, newlyweds, people on a tight budget who want to eat better.

Shelves: inspiring , non-fiction , cookery. This is going to be a long, ranting ramble so for those of you who hate those, here's the gist of my review: The recipes are good some need tweaking for added flavorfulness, but that's all personal taste. Literally The pictures are lovely which is incredibly important for cookbooks. Unfortunately, I don't feel this book succeeded in its goal. It's a good start but much more is needed.

Buy copies, keep one and give the others to all the college students, newlyweds, and tightly-budgeted folk you know This is going to be a long, ranting ramble so for those of you who hate those, here's the gist of my review: The recipes are good some need tweaking for added flavorfulness, but that's all personal taste.

Buy copies, keep one and give the others to all the college students, newlyweds, and tightly-budgeted folk you know so that it can pick up steam and get revised to become a useful resource for low-income families who want to get past some of the obstacles between them and their family's nutrition. Now the long version : I backed this on Kickstarter last year because I felt strongly about the concept behind the book.

I want to support this like crazy: I created this cookbook as the capstone project for my master's degree in Food Studies at NYU. I wanted to make something that not only summed up the work I had done during my studies, but also had a useful life outside of academia.

It bothered me that so many ideas for fixing the food system leave out the poor: it seemed like they didn't have a voice in the food movement. I wanted to create a resource that would promote the joy of cooking and show just how delicious and inspiring a cheap meal can be if you cook it yourself.

Even though Food Stamps help millions of people across the United States every day, benefits were reduced in November despite rising food prices. It's more important than ever to make the most of what you have with savvy shopping techniques and skillful cooking.

That's Good and Cheap. I don't know the ins and outs of the program nor how easy or not it is to receive assistance but I do understand that it is difficult to make the assistance stretch far enough to feed a family.

To make it successful, it's often necessary to also receive support from church groups or other institutions that will help supplement the larder when SNAP has already been stretched to the monthly limit.

Before I get really revved up, I'm going to share some sites I found during a quick search on the magical interwebs. I was looking for my state's education to poverty ratio and while I can't find the particular. First, what is SNAP? It's the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the new food stamps. Second, who is eligible to receive SNAP? Most households must meet both the gross and net income tests, but a household with an elderly person or a person who is receiving certain types of disability payments only has to meet the net income test.

Households, except those noted, that have income over the amounts listed below cannot get SNAP benefits. That's not the guaranteed amount, that's the maximum amount.

Good And Cheap: Eat Well On $4/Day

Process that for a moment. How well can you eat on less than a dollar per meal? We went hunting and found five cookbooks geared toward making healthy, attractive meals on a budget that are beautiful, inspiring and treat food with the love and dignity every family deserves. Cheap food can be beautiful. Because she is passionate about people being able to eat well, Brown originally provided Good and Cheap as a free PDF, but its popularity prompted her to start a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign for its first printing. The book is now in its second edition.

Leave a comment. I am indebted to other cooks whose recipes have guided me, and all those friends, professors, and classmates who supported me. If you are looking to cut their grocery bill you couldn't ask for a better cookbook. A couple months ago, the PDF hit it big on Reddit, racking up almost , downloads in a couple of weeks and well over , by now. By showing that kitchen skill, and not budget, is the key to great food, Good and Cheap will help you eat well—really well—on the strictest of budgets. Saved by Leanne Brown.


Good and Cheap is a gorgeous cookbook for people with limited income, particularly on a $4/day food stamps budget. The PDF is free and has been.


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What started as a master's project has become Leanne Brown's life work — and this success is just the start of it. Photo courtesy Leanne Brown. The book became her project for her master's in Food Studies at New York University, and she offered it as a free PDF for anyone who wanted to download it.

Lucinda Segar. Coming up with inspired, delicious, and affordable things to feed your children and yourself! Oatmeal, grilled cheese, and buttered pasta start to feel unbearably plain by about Wednesday night. Sometimes, as you gaze into your smelly fridge or open your wilting produce drawer, you just want to give up and order a pizza.

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  1. Courtland L.

    Leanne Brown's incredible resource of photographs, text, recipes and life advice captured in this download-friendly recipe book is truly a gift to all of us who are trying to make filling meals with the least amount of money possible.

  2. Aubrey M.

    To download a free PDF or buy a print copy, visit katcompany.org Brown, Leanne. Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day. ISBN:

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