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Finn's World - Do What You Love Love What You Eat - cover

Finn's World - Do What You Love Love What You Eat

Finn Ní Fhaoláin

Publisher: Gill Books

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Summary

Most of us begin our day with a commute and a coffee. Finn Ní Fhaoláin starts hers with a surf and a smoothie. 
Enter Finn's World and you'll discover over 100 delicious and nourishing recipes, as well as her philosophy for how to be a healthy, happy human. 
Recipes include Moroccan Surfer's Breakfast, Disco Barbie Beetroot Soup, I Can't Believe it's Not Cardboard Thick Crust Pizza, and Elderflower and Redcurrant Muffins – all gluten-free. 
From where you live to what you do; from how you exercise to what you eat – Finn has discovered that it's all about balance and choosing the life that you want to lead. So get ready to join the lifestyle revolution. Do what you love. Love what you eat. 
'This is one savvy, sassy gal. Glad I found her!' Susan Jane White 
'Finn's fun and refreshing recipes reflect her love of nature and the outdoors.' Katie Sanderson

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