|Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig|
|Saturday, 01 January 2000 21:06|
A Thumbs Up Book Review
Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats
Here's what the critics said about the First Edition:
I have to recommend . . . Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. The first chapter of her book is so right on target that I feel a little guilty for taking her ideas. But what she pointed out is that independent producers of food--such as people who present us with meat, poultry, eggs and butter--provide the lowest profit margin in the industry. People who put out junk food . . . have an incredible return on invested capital because they are putting out low-cost items and making a very high profit.
Nourishing Traditions is more than a cookbook--it's an education that will lead you to "cook with pride," as you will know that you are giving your family the proper nourishment for a lifetime of vigorous good health. Now that is the real "joy of cooking!"
Nourishing Traditions . . . is a work of genius . . . richly encyclopedic. . . . Run, don't walk to the nearest phone and order Nourishing Traditions.
This cookbook is unique. . . . Nourishing Traditions throws down the gauntlet to challenge the "Diet Dictocrats."
As a convinced vegetarian of some 25 years, I opened Sally Fallon's book to her many meat recipes and immediately closed it again. But then I figured that there must be more to it than that. There is. . . . I was surprised at the wealth of information to help me (even as a vegetarian) make better food choices and prepare the ones I have chosen to get the most nourishment from them.
To order contact www.newtrendspublishing.com, or click on the graphic above to buy it on Amazon.com.
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