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Cannabis Cuisine <bR>Whipping Up Some Weed <bR>By: William Steele
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-297-9
Edition: Paperback, 189 Pages
Publication Date: May 24, 2011
Here is a cookbook filled with many recipes and information about a misunderstood plant... Cannabis. My hope is to shine a little light on the subject to open eye’s to the fact that cannabis is truly a great plant.
Vampires Beware <bR>We Have Garlic <BR>By: William Steele
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-156-9
Edition: Paperback, 99 Pages
Publication Date: April 9, 2010
Vampires Beware is a collection of recipes and a few home remedies featuring garlic as a key ingredient. Garlic has been used in many cultures throughout the world’s history as a healing medicine and natural vitamin. Even today, it is believed to have antibacterial and antifungal properties similar to a weak penicillin. Health benefits aside, garlic adds wonderful flavor to many foods. These simple recipes will reward you with not only delicious food, but help protect you from vampires and other dark creatures...
You Likie The Sauce <BR>By: William Steele
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-103-3
Edition: Paperback, 150 Pages
Publication Date: October 14, 2009
You Likie The Sauce is a collection of recipes for Asian dishes with three things in common – they are all easy to prepare, delicious to eat, and feature soy sauce as an important ingredient. Soy sauce comes in a great many varieties and colors and has been used for centuries to add a distinctive flavor to dishes. It is time for you to discover the many ways that You Likie The Sauce...
That's My Food! - Down Home American-Asian Cooking <BR>By: William Steele
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-039-5
Edition: Paperback, 93 Pages
Publication Date: June 2, 2009
That’s My Food! is a collection of easy recipes for making delicious Asian food in the typical American kitchen. Written in a casual style, it is perfect for the person who loves to eat Asian food – but has always been a little afraid of trying to cook it. Overcome your fear and learn how easy it is to make great Asian food!
The Perfected Diet <BR>How to Eat Organic Gourmet On $8 a Day <bR>By: Eve Anderson
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-867-8
Edition: Paperback, 176 Pages
Publication Date: July 11, 2008
Eve Anderson as a certified nutritionist and health researcher uses her background to educate and enlighten consumers. Her love for food and passion for cooking shows in her gourmet recipes and menus. An easy to follow plan, complete with a shopping list, menus and secret tips. With the average family spending 20% – 30% of their income on food; we need this book. With alarming amounts of genetic junk and animal to human diseases; we need this book.

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Food You Can Eat! <BR>When Food is Your Enemy <BR>By: Judy Delgado Noderer
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ISBN: 1-59824-373-X
Edition: Paperback, 155 Pages
Publication Date: October 23, 2006
FOOD YOU CAN EAT recipes provide the cook control over exactly what ingredients are used to make the dish. With these recipes the cook can prepare allergy free, safe and nutritious meals for themselves, friends and family who are “food afflicted”. Recipes are detailed, some with pictures, and ingredients can be purchased at local grocery or health food stores. They are simple and easy to use. Written, tested and eaten by the author (and her non allergic lab rat husband), who was diagnosed with allergies to soy, corn, milk, casein, and egg whites at age 59. At a loss to find foods to eat–the 5th generation American of Hispanic ancestry, born and raised in west side San Antonio, Texas, learned how to make her own safe and nutritious meals. Recipes in FOOD YOU CAN EAT: Breads, Carob, Condiments, Desserts, Food for the Terminally Ill; Herbs, Spices and Rubs, Mexican Traditional Favorites, Seitan (The “Wheat” Meat); Snacks, Dips, and Comfort Foods, and What is Tofu? This isn’t a vegetarian cookbook and it’s not the usual food cookbook. It is unique in that is both. Recipes can be adapted to be egg free, sugar free, meat or no meat, tofu or not, Seitan or not, dairy free or not, it’s all up to the cook. The author highly recommends the Egg Free, (R)ice Milk Custard. She made 20 batches before she came up with this (R)ice cream recipe. No one should have to give up eating ice cream; it’s not a dessert, it’s medicinal!