Sober Kitchen: Recipes and Advice for a Lifetime of Sobriety

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Harvard Common Press, Aug 5, 2003 - Cooking - 496 pages
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People in the early stages of alcoholism recovery are often sugar-addicted and nutritionally deficient. Trained chef and recovering alcoholic Liz Scott tackles these issues head on in a cookbook that pursues lifelong sobriety through building a healthy lifestyle around food.

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great recipes n tips

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This is a great cookbook and a valuable tool for those who are in all stages of recovery. Great tips for taking care of yourself understanding certain ingredients and how they may affect sobriety and awesome cooking tips. This is a GREAT cookbook. The recovery aspect isjust icing on the cake! Read full review


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Many people recovering from alcohol or drug addiction need extra nutrition, particularly the B vitamins. Alcoholics may have additional difficulty because many foods are prepared with wine. Despite ... Read full review


Addiction Recovery and the Role of Food
Saving Your Life and Staying Sober
Beverages A Whole New World of Refreshment
When the Craving Hits Snacks Sugar and Feeding the Chocolate Monster
The Serenity of Soup Remedies That Nourish the Body Mind and Spirit
Supportive Sides Vegetables and Complements
Cozy Conclusions Desserts to Live For
Enhancing Your Health and Becoming a Sober Gourmet
Salad The Mainstay of a Healthy Diet
Vegetarian Cooking Expanding Your Culinary Horizons
When Food Is Your Preventive Medicine Discovering the Functionality of Cooking and Eating
Softer Makeovers A New Look at Some Old Devils

Keeping It Simple Satisfying Suppertime Solutions
Getting Comfortable and Feeding Your Inner Child
Weekend Breakfasts and Brunches Welcoming Starts to Leisurely Days
OldFashioned Entrees That Feed the Soul

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