Eating Clean in Costa Rica is a celebration of food and the tradition of providing nutritious and delicious farm-to-table meals daily.
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Eating is essential. We do it every day. Additionally, eating clean is easy, simple, and tasty. But to eat well, that’s the challenge. At Blue Osa, eating is a ritual of the senses. With locally sourced ingredients, we have married the culinary prowess of French-inspired flavors with the wholesome simplicity of a healthy diet.
Over the years, our head chef Marie curated a menu that is both simple to make and delicious to experience. Using the bounty of Costa Rica, Marie crafts a range of meals that surprise the palate and nourish the soul. Her recipes for Blue Osa are made from simple, well-known ingredients that are widely accessible. You will enjoy preparing her easy to follow meals, and even cater to unique diets with gluten-free and low-fat options.
Eating Clean in Costa Rica features 108 farm-to-table recipes that showcase the abundance of Costa Rica through beautiful French cuisine and other delicious finds from around the world.
Bring home simple and easy recipes from the kitchen of Blue Osa and Chef Marie.