FULL PLATE: ONE MEAL FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

FULL PLATE: ONE MEAL FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

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Full Plate is a cookbook that is a go-to guide for tackling fussy eaters, allergies, and the daily struggle of what to cook.

In this cookbook, you will find stress-free, budget-friendly and downright delicious recipes that cater to the diverse tastes and dietary needs of family members.

With practical tips steeped in medical science, creative substitutions, and a passion for making every meal a joy, Full Plate was written to be a culinary lifesaver for families seeking harmony, health and happiness around the dinner table.

Inside you’ll find:

  • Allergies and intolerances unpacked and explained
  • Vital questions answered, such as when to start solids and when to introduce potential allergy foods.

This cookbook was written by Dr Preeya Alexander. Dr Preeya Alexander is a practising GP (General Practitioner) in Melbourne, mother of two and author of Eat, Sleep, Play, Love and the children’s book Rainbow Plate. She has motivated many to get cooking at home by sharing simple, adaptable, veggie-packed recipes on her social media platform and blog. Preeya is a TV presenter; she has hosted two Catalyst episodes on the ABC and co-hosted two seasons of Good Chef Bad Chef where she was able to combine practical health tips with a solid dose of humour.

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This information was provided to Allergy Life Australia by Dr Preeya Alexander. This Page was last updated on 10th May 2024.

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