The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
Re: Vital Living Center Cookbook
Posted By: A Scotsman
Date: March-29, 1998 at 14:33:30
I, too would want a sample or two before that kind of investment. How many total recipes? Does it have recipes for the "new" foods we are eating now according to blood type; but don't have a clue how to fix? Tpe O examples: Jerusalem artichokes (sun chokes), pumpkin (not as dessert), chard and collards? Vinegar substitutes? I am not trying to discourage anyone, but don't want to buy unless it helps to solve the problems I am now having. I did find an oldie in the library by Dr. Crook & Marjorie Hurt Jones called YEAST CONNECTION COOKBOOK. I've had some great salad dressings so far. Thanks, Ed...hope you can get permission to share a few.
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A Scotsman -- Sunday, 29 March 1998, at 2:33 p.m.
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