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God's Cook Book: Tracing the Culinary…

God's Cook Book: Tracing the Culinary Traditions of the Levant

by Jamie d'Antioc

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0982563728, Hardcover)

A fascinating mixture of history, religion and recipes,

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Today, significant changes in farming and food processing have dramatically altered our diet from that of our ancestors. Intensive farming and processed foods, loaded with artificial sweeteners and flavors, preservatives and other additives are affecting our physical, mental, and indeed our spiritual health. With this dietary demise have come diet-related illnesses, such as heart attacks, clinical obesity and diabetes. In recent times, this decline is being challenged. Hippocrates' concept of letting our food be our medicine and medicine our food seems increasingly relevant, as the healing powers of certain foods are being rediscovered. There is a growing movement today for simplicity, quality, nurturing and caring for the earth, and sustainability, which is the theme of God's Cook Book.… (more)

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