Recipes for a Small Planet

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Random House, Aug 1, 1983 - Cooking - 384 pages
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n Ewald was an inspiration for France's Moore Lappe's successful nutrition regimen, outlined in DIET FOR A SMALL PLANET. Now, here is Ms. Ewald's long-awaited cookbook, basic and complete, containing hundreds of delicious, body- and planet-conscious recipes for better health, ecology, and above all, better eating.

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User Review  - Nancy Noyes-ward - Goodreads

This was one of my earliest cookbooks from a book sale in the '80s. Complementary protein cooking can taste better, surely? It is interesting to look through. Read full review

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User Review  - GG - Goodreads

Alas, I no longer have a copy of this and gather that the "complementary proteins" theory behind the cooking style isn't regarded as gospel anymore, but between 1980 and 1983 I cooked almost every recipe in the book and so had to include it on my list. The lentil soup is still good! Read full review

Contents

What Is Protein Complementarity?
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But Eating All of Those Beans and Grains
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Complementarity Simplified
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