Let’s Fix Lunch: Enjoy Delicious, Planet-Friendly Meals at Work, School, or On the Go by Kat Nouri

Lunch is one meal I struggle with the most preparing and finding ideas for, so when I saw this cookbook to review, I decided to give it a try. The focus here is easy lunches on the go that are good for you and for the planet. We may not be on the go as much as we used to be, however, we are still as busy as ever. I find having all my family working from home, I need to be more organized now. I found Let’s Fix Lunch a well organized and helpful cookbook for those quick, easy lunches for my family.

“An inspiring guide for anyone who wants to do their small part to save the earth, Let’s Fix Lunch! makes it simple to create a sustainable, waste-free home.”

The recipes focus on plant-friendly meals; however, they are some that are not so friendly and contain meat. The recipes include recipes for sandwiches, salads, soups and snacks—all my favourite things to eat.

Some recipes are
Apple Streusel Bars
Everything Bagel Chips
Kale Salad with Apples, Lentils, Feta & Seeds
Italian Tomato-Bread Soup
Pesto Chicken Sandwich
and many more

Not only are the recipes useful it is a great one to read with all those added features to it. I found the 50 tips for reducing waste a helpful reminder to take those steps for our planet. There is a guide to buying in bulk, meal prepping and planning and food storage. The photos are bright and very appealing to look at and enticing. It’s a fun and useful cookbook to read and get you organized for those busy times.

I received a copy from the publisher on Edelweiss

8 thoughts on “Let’s Fix Lunch: Enjoy Delicious, Planet-Friendly Meals at Work, School, or On the Go by Kat Nouri”

  1. Hi, Brenda!… Loving the cookbook book reviews! I know we are likely to spend most of our reading time deep in the fiction/nonfiction stacks. But, I also know how happy it makes me to simply cozy up with a beautiful cookbook to read too! Not only are the recipes and photos so tantalizing… It is the accompanying stories shared by the author or the “inside secret tips” that are the true treasures that connect us to nurturing an intent to prepare food in a simple, beautiful and meaningful way.

    The 50 tips for reducing waste and the recipes you highlight just sound wonderful! Thanks so much for introducing us to this delightful book!

    … Denise ✨😎✨

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    1. Hi Denise! Yes, that is so wonderful to do. Thank you for commenting! Your comment has made me feel good. I am going to keep up with these cookbook reviews and also adds some recipes and meal ideas!

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  2. I am thrilled to see you reviewing cook books!! Not only because it’s definitely something you are passionate about. So you have the expertise. But aren’t cook books just so beautiful, like a picture book for us grown ups. With a loaded benefit 🙂 I love to see the cook book reviews! Personal fav. It’s not nice to have too many of these on your kitchen shelf so it helps us get a inside scoop on those we should really go out and get! ❤️

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    1. I am so glad to see that T! I love how you said they are like picture books for grown-up! I look forward to posting more cookbook reviews!


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