Recommended

Welcome to my collection of tried and true recommended products, services, and companies! These are my top recommendations, items, and programs that have earned the Taste of Good seal of approval. Favorite things to help you live a cleaner, healthier, simpler life. I include my favorite books and programs to encourage you and help you grow your knowledge, and empower yourself. And, of course, favorite foods and kitchen gadgets to help you make cooking time more enriching and fun. I have taken great care to examine, try and test each of these and am so excited to share them with you.

Is there a kitchen item, company, book, or course that you think belongs on this list? Please, don’t hesitate to contact me and let me know! I am always looking for new organizations and companies to support.

Recent Recommendations

In Defense Of Food – Book Review

In Defense Of Food – Book Review

A quick intro and review of Michael Pollan’s book In Defense of Food. Read a little about the book and see if it would be a good addition to your bookshelf.

Farmacology – Book Review

Farmacology – Book Review

Farmacology is full of wonderful stories and insights. Daphne Miller takes you on a journey connecting nature and health in a completely new and refreshing way.

Gut – Book Review

Gut – Book Review

Book review of Gut by author Giulia Enders. Do you want to have your mind blown while laughing your butt off and getting to know your gut? Then this is the book for you. Knowledge and good laughs in one book? Sign me up.

The Complete Low FODMAP Diet – Book Review

The Complete Low FODMAP Diet – Book Review

The Complete Low FODMAP Diet by Sue Shepherd and Peter Gibson – Book Review. this book is about FODMAPs, their role in IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). It has tons of elimination diet information and support.

The Book of Awakening – Book Review

The Book of Awakening – Book Review

Are you looking for a daily dose of inspiration? To encourage deep meaningful conversations with loved ones? Check out the book of Awakening by Mark Nepo.