Cheat It All: A Young-Eater's Guide to Good Food and More

Paper Type: Art Paper (Matt) | Size: 214 x 172 mm
All colour; 101 photographs; 240 pages; Flexiback
ISBN-10: 9385285424 | ISBN-13: 978-93-85285-42-4

 795 |  20 |  12.99

Eat. Sleep. Work. Repeat. A teenager’s life, in short. Health. Who cares? Junk Food. Oh, yes! One of the many problems faced by today’s teenagers is choosing between junk food, what they call “comfort food”, and a healthier lifestyle. Interestingly, youngsters today are more health conscious than ever before. However, health comes at a hefty price—compromise on taste buds! What if you can enjoy the best of both worlds? Awesome! Isn’t it? Think no more. Cheat It All is the ultimate cheat guide for all those unwilling to give up on those amazingly delicious, drool-worthy favourites, the very mention of which makes your mouth water. With more than 75 cheat recipes of sinful delicacies like the blue cheese burger, spicy hotdog, classic American cheesecake or the Oreo milkshake, you will never have to think twice before you indulge. Still need motivation to eat healthy? Look up the INSPIRE section to get your spirits boosted by the words of famous celebrities from the film, sports and culinary industries. Written by a teenager, for youngsters who are ready to experiment and try their hand at cooking, this book, with its easy language and simple recipes, is the perfect start. Pantry stocks. Check. Cups and spoons. Check. What are you waiting for? Pick up the book and cook up a storm in the kitchen. It’s that easy.

Vedant Bahri
Vedant Bahri

Born and brought up in Delhi, seventeen-year-old foodie and fitness freak Vedant Bahri’s life so far has weaved around his passion for food… and a lot of time spent in the kitchen. On the verge of finishing school, Vedant hopes to pursue a career in Culinary Entrepreneurship. He has been blogging since he was fourteen, sharing his recipes, restaurant reviews and has become quite popular amongst his friends and family as the “Ultimate Food Guru”, advising them on the restaurants they should visit and the food they should try there. Besides his passion for food, nutrition, acting, reading, cycling, he also believes in community service, volunteering for his mother’s NGO for young artists. Vedant hopes someday, he can make his dream a reality to be the biggest “foodie” ever.