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The everything guide to macrobiotics : a practical introduction to the macrobiotic lifestyle - and how it can work for you

by:Ong, Julie S.

From the Publisher: Heal yourself naturally with balanced and nourishing foods. Lose weight and boost energy levels. Prevent and treat disease. Enhance psychological health. You can gain all this and more by following a macrobiotic diet! Macrobiotics is based on the benefits of eating seasonal, locally grown, and energetically balanced foods. In this guide, you'll discover how to adapt this lifestyle to fit your own needs. Create 150 delectable recipes to achieve inner and outer healing, including: Forbidden Rice with Edamame and Orange Zest; Mochi Waffles with Berry Lemon Sauce; Kale, Green Beans, and Carrots with Roasted Pumpkin Seeds; Garbanzo Beans in Mushroom Gravy; Roasted Squash and Sweet Potato Sauce; Poached Pears in Apple Cider. This guide also features tips on incorporating changes into your lifestyle that reduce stress while enhancing balance and harmony. The benefits of a macrobiotic lifestyle are only a few delicious recipes away.

Editions:6  Date:2010 - 2011  Genre(s):Recipes, Cookbooks, Cookbooks


Rodale's basic natural foods cookbook

This is the enyclopedic, all-purpose cookbook natural foods enthusiasts have been waiting for. Readers can choose from hundreds of sugar-free desserts; over 100 whole grain breads; appetizing new ideas for soups & stews; main-course salads of meat, poultry, fish, & vegetables. 1,500 salt-free recipes in all!

Editions:3  Date:1984  Genre(s):Recipes


The 10 things you need to eat : and more than 100 easy and delicious ways to prepare them

by:Lieberman, Dave, 1980-

With so many different health products, superfoods, and diets all vying for your attention these days, how do you know what you should really be eating?

Editions:3  Date:2009 - 2010  Genre(s):Cookbooks


The diet Principal

by:Principal, Victoria

Presents three complete easy-to-follow diet plans designed to accommodate today's fast-paced life-styles.

Editions:7  Date:1987 - 1989  Genre(s):Recipes


The organic family cookbook : growing, greening, and cooking together

by:Daulter, Anni

This inspiring cookbook answers the call for healthy recipes for family-friendly organic meals--snacks, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, and extras. Sidebars and tips throughout promote green living--family-specific gardening ideas and inspiration for community building and sustainable living. Recipes are wholesome and kid-and family-tested and approved.

Editions:2  Date:2011  Genre(s):Cookbooks, Cookbooks


Nikki & David Goldbeck's American wholefoods cuisine : over 1300 meatless, wholesome recipes, from short order to gourmet

by:Goldbeck, Nikki

Editions:5  Date:1983 - 1984  Genre(s):Cookbooks, Cookbooks


Plenty : good, uncomplicated food for the sustainable kitchen

by:Henry, Diana

Our attitude towards food is changing. Soon it won't simply be considered sensible to care about how and what we cook and how much we waste, it will be unacceptable not to. Henry shares her philosophy and her recipes for using the earth's bounty in a thoughtful and healthy way.

Editions:3  Date:2010 - 2017  Genre(s):Cookbooks, Cookbooks


The complete idiot's guide to eating clean

by:Welland, Diane A.

Ditch the processed foods and get your fill of nutritious, all-natural foods. If paying attention to nutrition, ditching convenience foods, and preparing healthful meals sounds like more work than you'd like to handle, this guide shows you how easy-- and delicious-- eating clean can be.

Editions:6  Date:2009 - 2010


How to cook your life : a cooking class with Zen priest and chef Edward Espe Brown

Renowned Chef and Zen Master Edward Espe Brown guides students through the mastery of cooking and the importance of how we treat our food.

Editions:29  Date:2007 - 2008  Rating:MPAA rating: PG-13; for brief strong language.  Genre(s):Documentary films, Instructional films, Instructional films


Eater's guide : nutrition basics for busy people

by:Cumming, Candy

Physical and mental well-being depend on the individual's eating a moderate amount of a wide variety of food. Food should provide nutrients for body building, regulation, and fuel. Increased use of refined and processed foods that are nutrient-poor causes weight control and bodily disorders problems. Recommended dietary goals: 1) calorie consumption to achieve and maintain ideal weight; 2) eating less fat; 3) eating less saturated fat; 4) eating less cholesterol;5) eating more starchy foods and fruits; 6) eating less sugar; and 7) eating less salt are discussed. Suggestions are given for weight control patterns, restaurant eating, and nutrient sources. Recipes rate nutrient composition of the foods.

Editions:4  Date:1979 - 1981


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