You have probably heard concepts like blue zones kitchen or blue zones diets circling about but if you haven’t—these are special cooking and nutrition recipes that center the desire for long and healthy life. Blue Zones are identified as regions of the world where a higher than a usual number of people live much longer than the average. The term was first coined by Dan Buettner in a 2005 National Geographic article and in late 2019, that same author launched a book called “The Blue Zones Kitchen: 100 Recipes to Live to 100.”
The contents of the cookbook build on decades of research and includes dishes like the Sardinian Herbed Lentil Minestrone, the Costa Rican Hearts of Palm Ceviche, the Cornmeal Waffles from Loma Linda, California, and Okinawan Sweet Potatoes. In addition, the book is complete with “mouthwatering photography” and lifestyle tips.
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