Research indicates that individuals in days gone by lived a healthier lifestyle than in today’s modern society. They
were not as plagued with such life-threatening diseases as AIDS, cancers, or diabetes. Some believe the primary
reason these people experienced superior health was in the way they planned their diets.
The Garden Of Eating: A Produce-Dominated Diet & Cookbook explores the concept of how pre-agricultural
people lived on a diet of mostly meat and fresh vegetables. It gives a fascinating history lesson that reveals how
diet can be one of the most beneficial ways to help prevent life threatening illnesses.
The Garden Of Eating: A Produce-Dominated Diet & Cookbook offers a wealth of knowledge and expert advice.
It shows how to incorporate organic fruits, vegetables, and grass-fed animal products into your diet without
sacrificing any of the tastes your palette craves.
What sets this book above similar titles is that it provides a generous supply of over 250 mouth watering recipes.
Some of my favorites that I have tried include: Chestnut-Chocolate Mousse, Moroccan-Spiced Jerky, and Grilled Onion
Rings. In addition, the book lists four weeks of menus that make the change to healthier food so much simpler.
The Garden Of Eating: A Produce-Dominated Diet & Cookbook is jam-packed with historic facts, wonderful
recipes, menus and helpful advice that makes it a sure winner in any cook’s kitchen. Very highly recommended.