Eat Fresh, Stay Healthy

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Macmillan USA, 1997 - Cooking - 500 pages
Eat Fresh, Stay Healthy is the most complete guide to fruits and vegetables ever produced, organized in an easy-to-use, A-to-Z format. TV and radio personality Tony Tantillo has filled this book with everything you've ever wanted to know about fruits and vegetables: When is the best time of year to buy asparagus? How can you tell if a papaya is ripe? How should you clean mushrooms? What's the best way to eat a pomegranate? And much more. Coauthor Sam Gugino has created more than 200 delicious, healthy recipes for cooking with fruits and vegetables, from soups, salads, sauces, and side dishes to main-course dinners.

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Contents

Artichokes
3
Asparagus
15
Beans
23
Beets
33
Broccoli
41
Cabbage
49
4
59
Cauliflower
67
Rhubarb
227
Root Vegetables
238
Spinach
245
Squash
253
Tomatoes
267
Preface xi
xi
EXPANSION AND CHANGE 2
12
The Reservation and the Destruction
19

Celery
75
Chicory
82
Corn
89
Cucumbers
97
Eggplant
105
Fennel
115
Green Beans
121
Greens Salad
129
Greens Cooked
141
Jerusalem Artichokes
151
Mushrooms
159
Okra
171
Onions
179
Peas
193
Peppers
201
Potatoes
211
Radishes
221
Crime and Punishment 70
71
PARTJI THE CHALLENGES OF DIVERSITY 86
86
Immigration and Cultural Conflict 102
103
African American Migration 120
121
THE TENSIONS OF PROSPERITY 134
134
Mexican Americans in the Southwest 154
155
DEPRESSION AND WAR 186
186
Work Relief in the Great Depression 200
201
The Home Front During World War II 216
217
The Gl Bill of Rights 232
232
PARTV AFFLUENCE AND ITS DISCONTENTS 244
244
The Struggle for Civil Rights 280
281
The Counterculture
302
Vietnamand After
321
Culture War
333
Copyright

About the author (1997)

Gugino is an award-winning food journalist and frequent guest on radio food shows.

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