The What Would Jesus Eat Cookbook

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Thomas Nelson, Oct 30, 2011 - Cooking - 224 pages

In the What Would Jesus Eat Cookbook, you’ll discover an enormously effective?and delicious?way of eating based on Biblical principles. You’ll find that you can lose weight, prevent disease, enjoy more balanced meals, and attain vibrant health by changing the way you eat. A companion to the bestselling What Would Jesus Eat?, this cookbook offers inspired ideas for good eating and good living.

Modeled on Jesus' example, The What Would Jesus Eat Cookbook emphasizes whole foods that are low in fat, salt, and sugar and high in nutrients and satisfying flavor. This modern approach to an ancient way of eating offers a healthy alternative to today's fast food culture.

 

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User Review  - Lisa Schreier - Christianbook.com

This cook book is not historically accurate, and that was what I was looking for. It is a nice little book, but once again not accurate and not what I was hoping for. Read full review

User Review  - Tricia Everett - Christianbook.com

I really like this cookbook and know that I will benefit from the many healthy choices I now have in front of me. I particularly enjoyed reading the book, What Would Jesus Eat, before receiving the cookbook. Read full review

Contents

APPETIZERS SAUCES
1
SOUPS SALADS
27
BREAD RICE PASTA
57
MEAT DISHES
89
VEGETABLES
145
FRUIT OTHER SWEET TREATS
179
COOKING TIPS
195
STEVIA INFORMATION AND CONVERSION CHART
202
INDEX
204
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
211
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Dr. Don Colbert graduated from ORU medical school in 1984 and practices medicine in Central Florida. He is certified in Family Practrice and practices anti-aging and integrative medicine. He is also a New York Times Best Selling author with title's such as: Dr. Colbert's Fat-Burning Diet: What Your Doctor Is Not Telling You about Weight Loss. He has also been featured on the Dr. Oz Show and ABC World News.

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