Well Fed eBook (PDF)

[one_half_last]Get ready! You’re about to download 175 pages of deliciousness, with no grains, sugar, legumes, soy, dairy, or alcohol.

Bonus! You get two versions of the book: a 2-page layout that looks exactly like the print vesion and a 1-page format that works better on iPad and for printing.

Here’s what’s going to happen:

  • Click the ‘Add to Cart’ link.
  • You’ll get an alert to enter your payment info. We’d prefer that you pay with Google Checkout, but you can also pay with Paypal if you prefer.In a flash, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to download the PDF! So exciting… ’cause then you can start cooking!
  • NOTE to iPad, iPhone and tablet users: Please see this page for step-by-step instructions on how to get ‘Well Fed’ onto your device BEFORE you begin your purchase.
  • We’re donating $1 from every PDF sale to Common Threads. Get details on Common Threads below.
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About Common Threads

With 26 programs in cities like Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., Common Threads teaches low-income kids how to cook wholesome, affordable meals in free, after-school, hands-on cooking classes taught by local chefs.

Our mission is to educate children on the importance of nutrition and physical well-being, and to foster an appreciation of cultural diversity through cooking. We help bridge cultural boundaries and strengthen our global family by teaching children about their similarities and differences in the warm comfort of the kitchen: Through the simple process of preparing and sharing a nutritious meal, children who participate in our programs learn to connect with their bodies, their neighbors, and their world in bite-sized lessons.

The first step in eating well is learning to cook, so I love the idea that Common Threads is nurturing our next generation of real food chefs and teaching kids how to respect their bodies and each other.

For more on Common Threads, check out Executive Director Linda Novick O’Keefe’s bio and contributions to The Huffington Post. You can also follow Common Threads on Twitter.