Sensational Soy: Recipes for a Healthy Diet: Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-249

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Storey Publishing, Aug 1, 2000 - Cooking - 32 pages
Sensational Recipes for Nature's Perfect Food

Did you know that soy has been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease? It's true! In fact, soy not only benefits the heart but also:
  • Reduces the risk of stroke and breast, colon, and prostate cancer
  • Decreases the symptoms of menopause and osteoporosis
  • Slows the progression of arteriosclerosis
  • Protects your kidneys
  • Is a complete protein, offering all eight of the amino acids essential to human health

In Sensational Soy, Miriam Jacobs offers taste-tantalizing recipes using soy in all its myriad forms, including tofu, tempeh, miso, soy milk, and soy beans. Whether you're a vegetarian looking for alternatives to meat and dairy products or a health-conscious consumer seeking ways to strengthen your body, you'll find what you need in these sensational recipes for soy-based snacks, salads, soups, main dishes, and desserts. Enjoy!
 
 

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Author Miriam Jacobs is a food columnist for Homestyle magazine and writes for other publications in the New England area. She is the editor of Best Recipes of Berkshire Chefs, and her articles and columns have been published in The Berkshire Eagle and The Independent. She has developed and tested recipes for The Red Lion Inn Cookbook, which is also a famous site in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. Miriam was also a recipe developer for the Vermont Butter & Cheese Company, and 200 of her "tantalizing recipes" are showcased in her Storey book, The 10% Low-Fat Cookbook.

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