PAUL BRAGG'S HEALTH COOKBOOK by Paul Bragg

PAUL BRAGG'S HEALTH COOKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The initial market for this newest of cookbooks is that clientele of the Health Food shops and cafeterias the country over. Next for those who have become very nutrition conscious, for those on special bland diets, for those reducing- or trying to gain. The secondary -- and more important market- are those who will find out, on skimming its pages, that the book has lots of sound ideas on good food that's imaginative and health- building as well. There are basic principles of food, values, proper eating habits, effects of cooking processes, flavor in foods, marketing wisely. The recipe section- 3/4 of the book- has enough and not too many recipes for salads, soups, vegetables, meat, fish, poultry, entrees, cheese dishes, eggs, cereals, breads, pies, cakes, deserts -- and special diet foods. Excellent section on herbs and their use and their growing -- yes, even in your kitchen.

Pub Date: Oct. 23rd, 1947
Publisher: Knopf