About Pressure Cooker Cookbook: 2 in 1 Box Set – 200 Mouth-Watering and Healthy Pressure Cooker Recipes for Stove Top and Electric Pressure Cookers (Pressure Cooker Recipes, Pressure Cooker Book 3) by Vanessa Olsen:
Imagine a world where the healthiest meals to make were also the quickest and easiest meals to make… a world where you never had to resort to ordering in pizza after a long day… and a world where you looked and felt better than ever before – effortlessly.
If this world sounds too good to be true, the world of pressure cooking will absolutely blow your mind. Let’s get you started, shall we?
Introducing Pressure Cooker Cookbook – 2 in 1 Box Set – 200 Mouth-Watering and Healthy Pressure Cooker Recipes for Stove Top and Electric Pressure CookersPressure cooking has been changing the lives of people stuck in unhealthy cooking ruts for ages, but finding the proper information needed to get started has always seemed few and far between.
And so, I decided to take matters into my own hands to give the general public the low-down on pressure cooking, from its past to the delicious recipes the lifestyle offers. I currently have two pressure cooking cookbooks on the market, but thought I’d make the experience even more convenient by putting them together as an economical 2 in 1 box set.
In our fast paced world, it’s seemingly impossible to be able to keep up with a healthy diet and lifestyle. The pressure cooker, however, is the secret to being able to do it all. I don’t want your health and well-being to fall victim to a busy office job or looking after the kids. With a pressure cooker, you can turn the cheapest, gangliest cuts of meat into tender, juicy masterpieces with laziness you wouldn’t believe.
Dishes loaded with healthy grains, fruit, and veggies can be thrown together within minutes, as the pressure cooker does all of the hard work for you.
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Meet Vanessa Olsen, proud author residing in Waterloo, Ontario with her affectionate cat, Nellie. She graduated from Ryerson’s prestigious School of Nursing in the spring of 2010 and now works as a sports nutritionist. As a child, Vanessa was known in her hometown of Gilford, Ontario for growing her own veggies in the backyard and captaining many different sports teams. It is no wonder she grew up to be the health nut she is while helping others with her health nut knowledge.
Her job requires patience and a lot of research. Every work day, Vanessa educates athletes on different areas of diet, nutrition, and exercise. Each athlete is very unique, having distinct lifestyles, eating habits, training schedules, medications and supplements. All these elements need to be taken into consideration before an applicable action plan can be put together to better their health and performance. In a typical work week, Vanessa works with up to 30 different athletic clients.
When Vanessa isn’t teaching athletes how to up their game, she can be found at the gym upping her own. Her protein powder collection is impressive – it’s usually the first thing she shows off when guests come to visit. This goes without saying that her favorite room in the house is the kitchen. She has a passion for creating and preparing her very own home-grown, nutritious recipes – many of which can be found throughout her books!