Cooking can be an act of mindfulness, but that’s especially so when you’re not anxiously flailing around in the kitchen. Daniel Holzman and Matt Rodbard are here to help you figure out what you’re doing so you can calm down and enjoy it. "Food IQ" overflows with so many useful tips that it’s hard to believe they packed them into just over 300 pages. Sections include: “Should I feel embarrassed to cook with canned beans?” “When is it okay to cook with frozen vegetables?” “What is the best way to wash greens and dry lettuce?” “What do I do with all these ugly squashes in the supermarket?” Chances are that if you’ve wondered about it, Rodbard and Holzman are ready to provide you with an answer.
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