Living Without Books: Clean and Simple
It ought to be easier to find foods with no additives, growth hormones or pesticides. Now you can turn to Clean Food, a Seasonal Guide to Eating Close to the Source by Terry Walters (Sterling Publishing Co.) for help. Starting with basic cooking instructions for grains, legumes, vegetables and fruit, Walters then serves up delicious recipes, season by season, using the most restorative, re-vitalizing ingredients available. If you’re nut intolerant, bypass the few recipes with cashews. If you’re wheat free, ignore the handful that use seitan ("wheat meat" made from wheat gluten)—and you're left with about 200 exciting, creative recipes sure to bring cleaner, healthier meals to your table. Good taste, fresh ingredients, easy instructions make this cookbook a winning recipe for better eating and living.