Anti-Cookbook Review: The One Thing Every Female Millennial Needs In Her Kitchen, Especially If You’re On A New York Minute

I’m not much of a chef. Maybe it’s my creative side, maybe it’s my short attention span, but I would much rather experiment with dishes than follow a checklist of what to do when.

In fact, I could straight up burn water and had no idea what I was doing in regards to cooking until three years ago, when I decided to attempt to impress my now husband by cooking him dinner. Thanks to Google and my best friend, it wasn’t a complete disaster and that was the beginning of my foray into trying to make food for myself and my loved ones.

The one thing that really gets in my way now that I can kind of find my way around the kitchen is time, since I own and run businesses and don’t have a lot of that to simply devote towards cooking every night. The one thing I really love about The Anti-Cookbook: Easy, Thrifty Recipes for Food-Smart Living is it’s made for every girl on a New York Minute.

It’s less than 100 pages long, so you can quickly read and digest everything inside the pages. It swiftly gets you up to speed on a variety of kitchen and cooking topics, and really tries to make it all fast and easy, which I appreciate to no end. All the advice in here is short, sweet, and to the point, and every girl on the go can appreciate this.

The Anti-Cookbook: Easy, Thrifty Recipes for Food-Smart Living is also here to change the uninspiring task of trying to prepare food for yourself, and it’s the one thing every female millennial needs in her kitchen. This book is more of an approach to a lifestyle and a way of thinking, in that the authors aim to take what you think you know about food and cooking and turn it upside down, in a good way!

This book is kind of like your Mom and your best friend all in one, here to help you adult and eat well without sending you in a tailspin or making you feel overwhelmed.

This book will also teach you exactly how to make amazing recipes that won’t eat up a lot of your time or money, so if you’re trying to climb the corporate ladder or not spend all your income on eating out, this is so for you.

The Anti-Cookbook tackles meal prepping and how you can easily achieve making a week’s worth of meals for lunch and dinner, which I previously thought was an art form I wouldn’t quite ever be able to achieve on my own.

This book also introduces you to ethical eating. It will teach you how to make dessert recipes that aren’t so sugar packed. It will help you out with eating on the go in a healthy way. It will give you the guide to what you should always keep stocked in your kitchen so you can whip things up quickly at the end of a crazy work day.

Pick it up here, you won’t be sorry you did!

Bre is a female millennial go getter residing in New York. One part entrepreneur, one part geek, she obtained her degree in Textile/Surface Design from The Fashion Institute of Technology.

She has held some exciting roles in both fashion as a designer working for brands like Victoria’s Secret and Henri Bendel, as well as in ad tech working for publishers like Ziff Davis.

Today she operates her own luxury label and is also the Chief Chick at Chipchick.com which reaches millions of women each month.

Bre is passionate about keeping women informed of the latest technology trends and products to improve their lifestyle and believes in providing real, useful information and advice to her readers.

Chip Chick was provided with this product for free, in exchange for our honest feedback. All thoughts and opinions expressed are our own and not influenced by the company and/or its affiliates in any way.