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In Great Taste: Fresh, Simple Recipes for…
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In Great Taste: Fresh, Simple Recipes for Eating and Living Well

by Evelyn Lauder

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Wonderfully ahead of it's time, with a gaggle of smoothies, several recipes with quinoa, and flavor combinations that I am seeing in many newly released cookbooks! That being said, it just has not taken very well, among a rural population in Virginia.

Recipes to try include Apricot Souffle, Almond Bread, Honey-Spelt Scones and an Eggplant Curry with Quinoa. Those that I was struck dumb by included a Borscht gelatin ring (looks exactly how it sounds and completely blew my mind! whaat?) and Beet Pizza.

The recipes are divided into Morning, Noon and Night sections, and the colorful photographs look appetizing.

Pros - wide variety of ingredients are used.
Cons - has more sweeteners than I would expect in a 'healthy' cookbook.

It is a very interesting book, and worth a read. ( )
  Critterbee | Apr 16, 2018 |
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A volume of over one hundred recipes draws on the advice of doctors and nutritionists, as well as the author's own eating philosophy.

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