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Genesis Diet Cookbook

By Dennis and Barbara Kendall

Contrary to the opinion of many, a vegan diet does not have to be bland and unimaginative. In actuality, becoming a vegetarian can be an adventuresome experience. The authors have gone to great lengths to bring you tasty, as well as healthful, vegetarian cuisine. Whether you’re a veteran or a novice, this cookbook is for you!

If you are wondering why you should become a vegetarian, there are many good reasons to make the switch. The increase in communicable diseases in livestock, such as salmonella, E. Coli, cancers and tumors, and mad cow disease, to name a few, should be enough to convince anyone that meat and dairy product consumption carries many dangers. Then to be considered are the antibiotics and steroids administered to commercially raised animals, as well as unsanitary mean-processing meat procedures, and inadequate inspection of both facilities and meat.

Anatomically, humans were created as vegetarians. And to this day, humanity still flourishes on this diet that God originally provided in the first book of the Bible: His Basic Four Good Groups, consisting of fruits, vegetables, grains, and nuts and seeds. That is why the name, The Genesis Diet Cookbook was chosen. This is not just another cookbook, but a blending of Scriptural diet principles with those foos that will best help to attain and maintain maximum health and fitness.

Why not give vegetarianism a try? You have nothing to lose, except perhaps some excess pounds and some unwanted health problems. You have everything to gain, including extra strength and energy, a sense of well-being, and maybe a new lease on life. Enjoy!

These recipes contain no cholesterol, no excitotoxins, no animal products, no refines fats, grans, or sugars.

Wire bound for convenience, 8.5 x 11 format, paper, 160 pages.

      Recipe Section:
            1. Breads and Crackers
            2. Breakfasts
            3. Dairy Product Substitutions
            4. Desserts
            5. International Entrees (Chinese, Italian, Mexican)
            6. Main Dishes
            7. Salad Dressings, Dips, Gravies, and Sauces
            8. Salad Ideas
            9. Sandwich Ideas
            10. Soups
            11. Supper (or Breakfast) Ideas
            12. Vegetables

      Information Section:
            13. Difinition of Terms
            14. Sprouting
            15. Cooking Dried Beans and Whole Grains
            16. Ingredient Substitutions
            17. Menu Planning Tips
            18. Quick Reference Guide for Nutrition
           19. Time-saving Tips


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