Mareya Ibrahim Releases a Cookbook


(Aliso Viejo, CA) Mareya Ibrahim is affectionately nicknamed, “The Fit Foodie.”  Coincidentally, the previous nickname, is also, the name of her food column.  The food column, The Fit Foodie, is published in Edible Orange County Magazine.  However; as a chef, The Fit Foodie, focuses on lifestyle, fitness and food.  For lifestyle; Mareya Ibrahim focuses on whether or not you are feeling overwhelmed, frustrated or don’t have enough time.  For fitness, the focus is exercise, as if, it was playtime.  For food, the focus is food as fuel for life.  Additionally, this fuel becomes embedded with one’s DNA, and, it is the source of magical stuff.  Fortunately and for everything that is the aforementioned, and according to The Fit Foodie, there is a recipe for that.  Recently, The Fit Foodie announced that; she continues to believe that the notions lifestyle, fitness and food are essential to cooking.  Specifically, chef Mareya Ibrahim revealed that, she has released a cookbook.  The cookbook is entitled, Eat Like You Give a Fork:  The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive.  In, Eat Like You Give a Fork:  The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive; Ms./Mrs. Ibrahim explores the re-thinking of paleo, keto and whole 30 food recipes.
Mareya Ibrahim
             The food recipes, which attempt to re-think paleo, keto and whole 30 also highlight the author’s culinary background.  The culinary background of chef Mareya Ibrahim is made up of appearances on Recipe Rehab, appearances on the Food Network and being a nutrition coach.  In, Eat Like You Give a Fork:  The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive, the previously mentioned background is accentuated.  Additional information, on Ms./Mrs. Ibrahim’s background can be obtained by visiting this website, www.mareyaibrahim.com.  Coincidentally, the aforementioned cookbook is published by, St. Martin’s Griffin.
            However and returning to, the recipes of, Eat Like You Give a Fork:  The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive.  The latter, attempts a casual conversational tone, with the reader.  Additionally, Mareya Ibrahim does offer tips, tricks and help.  The purpose of the tips, tricks and help is to assist the reader; in cleaning up his or her eating habits.  The cleaning up of eating habits, is also, aided by the following eight core strategies.  These eight core strategies, are also and in turn, the concepts for the actual food recipes.  The eight core strategies are; Reset Your Taste Buds, Stock Your Real Kitchen, Get Up on Greens, Take a Vegan Fast Break, Go Gluten-Free Super Grains, Fill in with Good Fat, Become Real Dense and Live the 90/10 Rule.  For the previously mentioned eight core strategies, the following dishes are highlighted; You Glow Smoothie, Spaghetti Squash Pad Thai, Grilled Bison Kofta Burgers, Overstuffed Sweet Potatoes with Chipotle Lime Yogurt, Kaniwa and Fresh Herb Tabbouli, Marbled Tahini Fudge Bars and The Best Kinda’ Date Balls. 
            To end, chef Mareya Ibrahim did release a press statement.  Through a press statement, Ms./Mrs. Ibrahim said the following.  “I start by helping you retrain your taste buds to crave the foods that boost metabolism, build muscle mass and yes, lose weight—although vibrant health is the real goal.”  chef Mareya Ibrahim also said.  “You don’t have to cut out whole food groups like paleo, keto and whole 30 diets.  People have gotten so focused on what to take out versus what to eat, but there are certain nutrients essential to survival.  Each strategy in the book is supported with nutritionally-balanced recipes that already have the 8 essential amino acids adults need every day to thrive baked in.”  As previously stated, The Fit Foodie recently announced that; she continues to believe that the notions lifestyle, fitness and food are essential to cooking.  Specifically, chef Mareya Ibrahim revealed that, she has released a cookbook.  The cookbook is entitled, Eat Like You Give a Fork:  The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive.  In, Eat Like You Give a Fork:  The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive; Ms./Mrs. Ibrahim explores the re-thinking of paleo, keto and whole 30 food recipes.  These recipes also accentuate, the author’s culinary background.  Lastly, the aforementioned cookbook is published by, St. Martin’s Griffin

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06/26/2019

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