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Tao Of Food

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Published December 1st 1999 by Sterling Publishing (NY) (first published June 1st 1999)
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Apr 14, 2008 Jeanette rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: people into chinese philosophy, ,meat eaters looking for a meaty but "healthy" diet
Another book i picked up from the library hoping that it would give me more info on eating in the raw. it was interesting, but unfortunately more based on a well rounded, diary, meat eating diet. the basic philosophy is that there are two kinds of food- yang (meat, eggs, dairy) and yin (fruits, veggies, sugars, some dairy) and a person needs to balance out each. i of course disagree- i dont want any meat or dairy. it does have a few good recipes i will use though. just funny that the library ...more
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Before being a publisher Richard was a full time writer with over 60 books published on a wide range of subjects including business, astrology, alternative medicine, Chinese culture, sex and humour (not all in any one book though). Before being a writer - although that was what he always wanted to do - he did many jobs including being a casino general manger, business consultant, cave guide and ...more
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