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The clink of ice, the fragrance of fresh herbs and the ritual of pouring artisanal spirits into a shaker or glass are all integral to the timeless experience of crafting a sophisticated cocktail.
When we aren’t drinking, whatever the reason may be, we still want to enjoy elegant, thoughtful beverages. This philosophy is at the heart of Craft: The Eat Fit Guide to Zero Proof Cocktails.
Inspired by the talented bar staff of dozens of Eat Fit restaurant partners, these zero proof recipes surpass sugary mocktails and basic soda spritzers, proving that it’s truly possible to create remarkable, elevated drinks that are alcohol free with little or no added sugars.
Featuring more than 50 recipes, guides to barware, bitters, glassware and everything else you need to craft a fully sensorial cocktail, this book is an essential — and beautiful — resource for every home mixologist’s library.
Click here to listen along as Molly Kimball and Ethan Skaggs, along with Craft editor, Melanie Warner Spencer, give a behind-the-scenes account of how Craft: The Guide to Eat Fit Zero Proof Cocktails came to be.
About the author: Registered dietitian Molly Kimball’s approachable wellness philosophy has influenced the lives of thousands through her work with clients, Ochsner Eat Fit™ and Alcohol Free for 40 for more than two decades.
In her second book Craft: The Eat Fit Guide to Zero Proof Cocktails, Molly, alongside bar expert Ethan Skaggs, guides readers in the art and science of building the perfect zero proof cocktail.
Help us support our Eat Fit partners in the most meaningful way. Ochsner’s Eat Fit nonprofit initiative collaborates with restaurants to help make the healthy choice the easy (and delicious) choice! Your generosity supports the nonprofit work we do for our partners and for our community. Thank you for supporting our Eat Fit mission to inspire our community to live their strongest, healthiest lives.