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Title: Nutrilicious: Food for Thought and Whole Health – Natural Whole Vegetarian Kosher Cuisine

Title: Nutrilicious: Food for Thought and Whole Health – Natural Whole Vegetarian Kosher Cuisine

Author: Edith Rothschild
Publisher: Feldheim

 

         Vegans and anyone on a diet will appreciate Edith Rothschild’s appealing paperback sized as an 8-inch by 11-inch workbook.

 

         The author elicits her first giggles when readers notice her medical disclaimer on the first pages of the cookbook: “The author assumes no responsibility for the side effects that may occur when embarking on a healthier lifestyle, such as a feeling of buoyancy, a sense of being in control of your life” and other empowering consequences.

 

         Readers new to or still learning about nutritional cooking will appreciate the diagrams, color-coded charts and other suggestions presented throughout the easily turned pages. This self-service cookbook covers tables with good food and lots of insight. Stories, poems and jokes abound to add insight to the vegetarian take on life. You won’t go hungry after you take this book into the kitchen. The Pesach Without Panic chapter alone deserves to become a classic in even the homes of carnivorous Jews.

 

         The Chida’s prayer for health has the last word in this text, underscoring the benefits of Nutrilicious: Food for Thought and Whole Health – Natural Whole Vegetarian Kosher Cuisine. Buy this innovative cookbook for your school, seminary, yeshiva, restaurant and home. Diners will be glad you did.

 

 


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