Cookbook Release – 100 Days of Real Food: On A Budget – Order Today!

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Available NOW!

100 Days of Real Food: On A Budget, with 100 affordable recipes, is available now to order.

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If you’ve ever thought to yourself “real food is too expensive,” this book is for you.

Hi, I’m Lisa Leake, a wife, mother, foodie, blogger and#1 New York Times bestselling author. I began chronicling my family’s journey here on back in 2010 when we decided to seek out the real food in our processed food world. I’ve just released my 3rd cookbook and am here to tell you that…

Real food is more affordable than you think!

Keep reading to see just a few reasons how this book will help you recover your food budget while feeding your family healthy, real meals.
Behind the Scenes at GMA on 100 Days of Real Food

$15 or Less – Shopping lists (with prices) for every single recipe!

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Each recipe is $15 or less for ALL the ingredients you’ll need to purchase in order to make the dish.

Unlike other budget cookbooks that only calculate the cost per serving (have you ever tried to buy just ¼ cup of sour cream?), I’ve decided to give you the exact total cost so that families even on the tightest budget can make the meals work. That’s because if you don’t have the extra money for the rest of the sour cream container, you simply don’t have it!

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$100 Weekly dinner plans (for a family of 4) 

Like my other cookbooks, this one has four seasonal dinner plans for a family of four, but the difference this time is that the shopping lists are shown with prices. The four plans range in total cost from $92 to $114 (all pricing in the book is based on a Publix grocery store in Charlotte, NC).


Testimonials for my new book

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Tons of smart grocery shopping tips

I share all sorts of “on a budget” shopping tips including my personal favorite … a four-page comparison chart that shows how different real food staples compare in price across a variety of stores including everywhere from Whole Foods to Costco to Aldi to Walmart! I have to say the findings were VERY interesting on this one!


Adaptive for special diets and allergies

Here is a summary of how all 100 recipes will stack up! And there is a chart in the back (pictured) to help you find what you need…

75 recipes are (or can easily be) Gluten-Free
49 recipes are (or can easily be) Dairy-Free
67 recipes are (or can easily be) Vegetarian
83 recipes are (or can easily be) Peanut- / Tree Nut-Free


100 Days of Real Food: On A Budget is a must have if you’re tired of overspending on real food

Buying real food doesn’t have to break the bank. You really can reduce your weekly spending, while increasing the healthy food you buy, and I will show you how.

What are you waiting for?