Jessica Seinfeld cookbook controversy

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One assumes Jessica Seinfeld's recently released cookbook was called Deceptively Delicious in reference to the pureed vegetables hidden in each recipe.

However, claims that several of Seinfeld's recipes bear a striking resemblance to those found in Missy Chase Lapine's The Sneaky Chef published six months prior, puts a less than savory slant to the name of Seinfeld's featured-on-Oprah bestseller.

Lapine and Seinfeld's books both have recipes that add spinach to brownies, hide sweet potatoes in grilled cheese sandwiches and mix avocados with chocolate pudding to boost the nutrition level.

Jessica is no stranger to controversy. Her history includes leaving a first husband immediately after their honeymoon to date (and eventually marry) Jerry Seinfeld in 1999. The couple has three children, daughter Sascha and two sons, Julian and Shepherd.

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