5,001 Mysteries of Liquids & Cooking Secrets: (plus 100 World-class Recipes)

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Friedman/Fairfax Publishers, Apr 1, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 384 pages
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New from respected nutritionist and best-selling author Dr. Myles Bader comes this unique handbook, the first ever devoted solely to liquids. From water to soft drinks and from soups to sauces, this is an encyclopedic guide to the liquids we cook with and consume, and it provides up-to-date information and common sense advice, as well as one hundred world-class recipes for beverages, stocks, stews, and more.

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Contents

Introduction
6
Water Water Everywhere But Is It Safe to Drink?
7
Carbonated and Noncarbonated Beverages
29
All About Brew
53
The Fruit of the Vine
79
All About Liquor
105
Fruit and Veggie Juices
129
Liquid Nutritional Products
150
Sweet Treats
244
LowFat Recipes for Liquids
255
Cold Facts
263
Fats and Oils
271
Condiments
286
Desserts
307
Soups Stews and Sauces
313
Liquid Substitutions
349

Tea
162
Herbal Tea
181
Coffee
198
Hot Chocolate
218
Dairy Products
221
Miscellaneous Liquid Facts
353
Metric Conversion Chart
357
Glossary
358
Index
367
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About the author (2000)

Bader received a doctorate degree and is board certified in Preventive Care. He has practiced in major clinics in California and frequently presents lectures and seminars worldwide.

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