• Mat, myt, vetenskap

    by Frida Duell
    'You become what you eat' is an old saying we know all too well. But how exactly is it and who is right and wrong in the health & food jungle? So many health enthusiasts claim to know the truth about life prolonging diets and write about it freel ...
    Published August 2017
  • Maten bakom resultaten

    by Linda Bakkman
    Training doesn't start the minute you walk into the gym or start the music for a long run. It starts hours before with the right meal. The same goes after you have trained, what you eat then has an enormous effect on the quality of the training just ...
    Published August 2017
  • Mammaboost!

    by Marita Karlson
    Mamma Boost is the book for all health aware mothers, an energy kick for the new come parents with recipes and inspiration to a greener and likely more joyful parenthood. The dishes are full of those superfoods needed after sleepless nights and rough ...
    Published August 2017
  • Barnens kockskola

    by Sara Begner
    Let the kitchen fun begin! This is the perfect cook book for any food curious child, who not only wishes to cook or make snacks for itself or the family but also wants to learn to put together a sufficient shopping list, as well as do the shopping, l ...
    Published August 2017
  • Bondens skafferi

    by Niklas Kämpargård
    Here comes the sequel to the popular and gorgeous Lev som en bonde / Live Like A Farmer that came out last year furthering the reader with tips to become more self-sufficient. For hundreds of years farmers have cooked with seasonal produce, refining, ...
    Published August 2017
  • Beautyfood

    by Maria Ahlgren
    Can you really change your appearance, make your skin glow and improve your nails from what's on your plate? By using ordinary produce simply put a 'stop' towards wrinkles, whiteheads and grey hairs? Oh yes! Beauty and health editor Maria Ahlgren be ...
    Published May 2017
  • New Nordic Kitchen

    by Margareta Schildt Landgren
    Nordic cooking has emerged as one of the most celebrated food trends in recent years. Nordic chefs have won numerous medals in Bocuse d’Or and Noma in Copenhagen has been voted the best restaurant in the world. This book is a celebration of the New ...
    Published September 2014
  • Det goda gröna

    by Karoline Jönsson
    This delightful cook book is going to hit the spot for many the conscious consumer. More than many have had enough of fast-food and generously pestified produce and are seeking to find alternative ways to combine busy days with good healthy food, ide ...
    Published February 2017
  • Nyfiken grön

    by Cecilia Blankens, Kristin Johansson
    It’s no news that most of us should to cut down on our consumption of meat – both for the sake of the environment and our own health. But it’s not always easy to find new routes in the kitchen when you have grown up on a diet of Sunday roasts, BBQ fe ...
    Published August 2016
  • Hjärtvänlig mat

    by Gun-Marie Nachtnebel, Annika Tidehorn
    The facts are undisputable – heart disease is the biggest killer in Western society. There are many ways towards a healthy heart and a good diet is one of the most important ones. This book gives extensive insights into the latest research from renow ...
    Published August 2016
  • Frukt o Grönt

    by Lotta Kühlhorn
    That special holiday feeling when you botanize among the stalls of a market or enter a well-stocked food hall. How all senses explode from the colours and smells from the wonderfully fragrant fruits and vegetables; the sight of the well-organized, hi ...
    Published May 2016
  • Gourmetpizza

    by Håkan Johansson
    Who doesn't love pizza? A pizza cooked with simple but tasty ingredients – a perfect dough topped with ripe tomatoes, mozzarella, olive oil, freshly ground pepper and some sea salt– can be heaven. A pizza cooked without love can be hell. Embrace your ...
    Published May 2016
  • Somriga sallader

    by Mia Gahne
    This is the book for all lovers of summer and the fresh ingredients that the sunniest season has on offer. The scene is set with an abundance of flowers, buzzing bees and perhaps the smell from a BBQ wafting through the evening air. This inspirationa ...
    Published April 2016
  • Fermentera

    by Jenny Neikell
    Fermentation is an age-old method of preserving food, but also a way to enhance flavours and textures. The added nutritional benefits are undisputed. Many everyday staple ingredients have been through a fermentation pro- cess before they land in our ...
    Published April 2016
  • Rå matglädje - veganskt, lyxigt och jäkligt gott

    by Erika Frost
    Join the fun and come on a sparkling journey to a new world of vegetarian food. Cooking vegetarian raw food may seem like a challenge but this book does not preach austerity in the kitchen or any strict rules. No, here you will learn to focus on the ...
    Published March 2016
  • En god morgon

    by Anja Forsnor
    Breakfast is the undisputed foundation on which to build a healthy diet and a good, productive day. At the same time most of us are stuck in our ways and have probably eaten the same breakfast for years. Tiredness, stress and a lack of imagination st ...
    Published March 2016