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Recipes are very easy to find, online and in traditional cook books. I provide an in-depth look at how to use them efficiently, and how to tailor them to your own particular tastes.

My approach to cooking is unconventional. I believe that recipes are essential, and that they are intended to be tinkered with. The I’d-Rather-Not Cook Book, an [ E-Book](http://www.eatefficiently.com/buy-now/) delivered in PDF format, is focused on the strategies and techniques I’ve developed over three decades: it’s a book about cooking.

If you want to eat well on a day-in, day-out basis, but have too many other things to do besides cook, you’ve found the right book!

Are you a new college graduate? Are you newly on your own, or suddenly self-reliant? Just setting up your very first house or apartment? Think you can’t afford to eat nutritious foods? Do you eat fast food most days, but wish you didn’t? Would you like to eat a healthy diet, but can’t even guess what food to buy or imagine how it might be appetizing? Would an accessible nutrition framework be helpful? Think you don’t have time to cook? Are you and your entire family maxed out, over-scheduled, and over-stressed? Is dinner something you forget about, until you suddenly realize you’re hungry and there’s nothing in the house to eat?

Are you too tired to cook at the end of the day? Do you have a one-hour window for eating dinner? Wish you didn’t have to cook, or that the chore was less complex and demanding? Would you like to learn a realistic and practical approach to cooking for yourself or your family?

You’re not alone!
Never before in our lifetime have money and time been such scarce and critical resources. Our current real estate and employment collapse, and the recession that followed, represent the most far-reaching decline in the average consumer’s security since the Great Depression. Many of us who are fortunate enough to have a job have taken pay cuts, or are working harder and longer hours — just to keep the job! Spending has been reeled in, and “disposable” income has become a luxury. An unfortunate byproduct of this downturn is that quick and inexpensive to-go meals seem even more compelling. Americans have forgotten how to cook. Generations “X” (now in their 30’s and 40’s) and “Y” (now in their 20’s) haven’t learned how to cook, because their parents didn’t cook at home (they didn’t have the time) and it’s not taught in schools (they never had the money). TV cooking shows are very entertaining, but most are unrealistic (if not misleading) and tend to feature complex, exotic, or expensive recipes.
And, in this context…
More than half the U.S. population is overweight, and our obesity rate is among the highest in the world. In the last 20 years, the deterioration of American eating habits has been compounded by the advertised allure of drive-through gratification. Cheap, mass-produced burgers, sugary drinks, and franchise eateries are ubiquitous: a four-to-a-block density of “convenience” food locations is common in many areas nationwide. In contrast, grocery stores are inaccessible for many U.S. residents, because the closest one just isn’t close enough to be a practical option.

Want easy, nutritious, tasty, inexpensive meals, and be able to “cook” just once a week?

The I’d-Rather-Not Cook Book
will help you furnish your kitchen according to my professional Bachelor(ette) Culinary Science equipment checklist. Then it will help you choose deliciously nutritious foods for your fridge, freezer, and pantry; instruct you how and where to buy them, and teach you how to prepare and assemble them with an eye toward maximum efficiency.


I’m uniquely qualified](http://www.eatefficiently.com/about-the-author/) as an “eat efficiently” expert, from the culmination of three lifelong influences.

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