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The China Study Quick & Easy Cookbook by Del Sroufe and LeAnne Campbell

The China Study Quick & Easy Cookbook provides a large collection of recipes that are plant-based (no meat) and utilize a variety of whole foods. Although the word “China” is in the title, it’s not an Asian food cookbook. Rather, … Continue reading

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JJ Virgin’s Sugar Impact Diet Cookbook

Although JJ Virgin’s Cookbook is a companion to her Sugar Impact Diet book, one need not have read the diet book first. Most of the diet plan’s crutial information is condensed in the beginning of the cook book and so … Continue reading

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More Mexican Everyday by Rick Bayless

With the word “more” in the title, readers may assume this is a cook stretching the topic into crazier versions of recipes that somewhat resemble Mexican. But I found this to be excellent even without the taco and burrito variations … Continue reading

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A Modern Way to Eat by Anna Jones

A Modern Way to Eat is a diverse and interesting set of recipes using vegetarian ingredients. The book is beautiful presented with copious amounts of photographs and fairly easy-to-follow directions. The focus is on flavorsome and wholesome ingredients – and … Continue reading

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Mug Meals by Dina Cheney

Mug meals ended up being very different from what I originally thought: what seemed like a book for students or those with busy schedules is actually more useful to me as a means of controlling/refreshing leftovers as well as portion … Continue reading

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The Adrenal Reset Diet by Alan Christianson

The Adrenal Reset Diet takes a very different but also very intelligent stance on obesity: that processed foods, pollutants, and stress/pressures in life have caused our adrenal glands to kick into survival mode: their ‘switch’ is turned permanently toward converting … Continue reading

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