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Living the Mediterranean Diet

Proven Principles and Modern Recipes for Staying Healthy

Nick Nigro, Bay Ewald

Hardcover

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A FULL-COLOR GUIDE TO THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET FEATURING WEIGHT-LOSS TECHNIQUES, LIFESTYLE CHANGES AND TASTY RECIPES

Living the Mediterranean Diet creates an approachable way to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle and includes a bounty of traditional Mediterranean recipes presented with a California flair. With the fresh and nutritious recipes in this book, you can enjoy creative dishes to stay healthy and fit:

• Butternut Squash-Pomegranate Hummus
• Eggplant and Kalamata Rolls
• Heirloom Tomato and Kale Pizza
• Barley Risotto with Mushroom, Fig and Arugula
• Wild Salmon with Dill-Yogurt Sauce
• Tuscan Tomato and Cannellini Soup with Kale
• Seared Scallops over Spinach
• Whole Roasted Apple-Rosemary Chicken
• Farfalle Pasta with Sunflower Seed Pesto
• Quinoa Kale Salad with Roasted Squash


Hearty whole grains; crisp, farmers’ market vegetables; luscious, garden-grown fruits; freshly caught fish—the Mediterranean Diet has proven itself as one of the most sustainable programs for improving health and achieving your ideal weight.

Ulysses Press, 9781612434315, 212pp.

Publication Date: November 29, 2016



About the Author

Nick Nigro and Bay Ewald are cofounders of comewecreate, a boutique culinary artscompany that focuses on all things imaginative within the realm of food. You can try theirunique and healthy menu items (including variations of the Watermelon Gazpacho, CapreseBoats, and Beet Carpaccio from this book) at Avatar Cafe in Long Beach, California. Nick and Bay recently moved from Orange County, California, to Portland, Oregon, where aside frombeing passionate foodies, they are also in-progress novel writers, creative filmmakers, anddevout nature wanderers. Follow their adventures on Instagram @comewecreate or visit their website at comewecreate.com. 

Nick Nigro and Bay Ewald are cofounders of comewecreate, a boutique culinary artscompany that focuses on all things imaginative within the realm of food. You can try theirunique and healthy menu items (including variations of the Watermelon Gazpacho, CapreseBoats, and Beet Carpaccio from this book) at Avatar Cafe in Long Beach, California. Nick and Bay recently moved from Orange County, California, to Portland, Oregon, where aside frombeing passionate foodies, they are also in-progress novel writers, creative filmmakers, anddevout nature wanderers. Follow their adventures on Instagram @comewecreate or visit their website at comewecreate.com.