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Gwyneth Paltrow’s New Cookbook For Rich People – $300 a Day to Feed a Family
Gwyneth Paltrow has further demonstrated she really has no clue how the “average” person lives, with her new cookbook, It’s All Good.
It’s All Good hit store shelves this week and is being criticized for making eating good seem like something only the super wealthy can afford.
Based on Paltrow’s recipes it could cost $300 a DAY to feed a family according to a breakdown done by Yahoo!
An egg white omelet made Paltrow’s way – with duck eggs, will cost you $30 to make, her fish fingers recipe for kids is a pricey $71.50 and don’t even think about making tuna salad unless you have an extra $120 sitting around. She suggests adding Manuka honey, which averages about $25 a jar. And I thought I was special buying canned tuna when it wasn’t on sale.
The reviews for “It’s All Good” are not very good – at all, with most of them pointing out that the book comes from a rich person “fearlessly boasting about her life of privilege.”
Gwyneth has been taking a lot of heat lately about how she feeds her kids, as well. With no sugar and no carbs, sometimes leaving her children hungry when they go to bed.
What are your thoughts on it costing $300 a day to feed a family.