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Brady, who follows a strict diet of 80 per cent vegetables, is publishing a $270 AUD cookbook, or ‘living document’ as he calls it, filled with 89 ‘seasonally inspired recipes’. And it has already sold out.
The hardwood covered TB12 Nutrition Manual is described as containing ‘living philosophies’ and ‘core information’ about Brady’s TB12 nutrition plan.
The Quarterback for the New England Patriots and his Brazillian wife of seven years revealed their strict diet back in January.
"I never had any coffee or anything like that. I just never tried it," Brady told People Magazine.
The couple also don't eat white sugar, fungus, MSG, caffeine, white flour dairy, and 'nightshades' (tomatoes, eggplant, peppers and mushrooms). Brady has also called Coca-Cola 'poison', yet says he sometimes does give in to his diet and 'eat burgers or ice cream', two products you certainly won't find in his cookbook.
Brady announced on Wednesday that he would be releasing a cookbook. He posted a status to his public Facebook page and wrote, "The recipe for #AvocadoIceCream is available in the new #TB12 Nutrition Manual: a limited-edition "living document" containing information about our nutritional philosophies and a library of 89 seasonally-inspired recipes."
Along with the avocado ice cream, carrot cake and sweet potato gnocchi with escarole are the only others to have been released.
Brady is just one of a number of famous faces to have released a cookbook in recent years. He follows the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Cameron Diaz and Chrissy Teigen, with his 'living document'.
The cookbook, which will be available from June 7, has already sold out. So if you've got a spare $270, you'll have to hope Brady re-stocks soon.
Want to try something that certainly won't be in the book? Try PHOODIE's creme egg fudge, you can see the recipe in the video below.