The Complete Idiot's Guide to Good Food from the Good Book: Heaven-Sent Recipes for Healthy Bible-Based Eating

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Penguin, Mar 4, 2008 - Cooking - 336 pages

Holy is healthy!

Learn to transform the natural, simple, tasty foods mentioned in the Bible into superb, easy-to- make dishes-everything from appetizers to main courses, side dishes, and desserts. Each meal features only those ingredients mentioned in scripture or the closest modern equivalent. Including explanations about the "Kosher" rules found in Leviticus and Deuteronomy, this guide will help you to eat healthily and deliciously-the Biblical way.
* Written by an expert master chef and baker
* Over 100 delicious recipes, including nutritional components
* Dozens of scripture quotes and interesting historical food facts


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Leslie Bilderback (Los Angeles, CA) is a chef in the Los Angeles Unified School District's Nutrition Network Program, where she delivers messages about nutrition to children throughout southern California, emphasizing whole grain, vegetable, and water consumption. A culinary instructor and executive chef at the California School of Culinary Arts, she is the author of several books.

Sandra K. Nissenberg, MS, RD (Buffalo Grove, IL), is a registered dietician and nutrition consultant specializing in child nutrition. Nissenberg is the author of ten books, including The Everything(r) Kids Cookbook, How Should I Feed My Child?, and Quick Meals for Healthy Kids and Busy Parents.

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