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Back to Eden Cookbook

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This book is a golden treasury of recipes and priceless information on natural foods for health and healing. The Kloss family selected 240 tempting recipes using simple, economical foods with taste appeal and proven balanced nutrition without any artificial or refined ingredients.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 1st 1981 by Lotus Press (WI) (first published September 1977)
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Aug 02, 2012 rated it really liked it
I truly enjoy all the from scratch recipes in this book. It is great to know how to make your own meat substitutes as well as alternative egg and milk products.
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Jul 08, 2017 rated it liked it
I've been natural for 20 years now. There isn't much I haven't already seen. Takes a lot to wow me. This might be nice for newbies. ...more
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Dec 12, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: 1970s, cookbooks
The soup and salad recipe actually sound pretty good.

The loaf and "cheese" recipe sound ghastly, but I'll leave the food out of the review because I haven't actually had time to try it.

1) Too much soy.

2) Too little science. This appears to have been written on the authority of Victorian-era family nutritional lore rather than much actual modern research (there are no citations at all). Some of the advice is sound, but a lot of it is somewhere between questionable and utterly nonsensical. I gues
Aug 27, 2010 is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
I've already read quite a few pieces in it and it's wonderful! My friend bought this for me and it just got here last night. I read quite a bit of it this morning and I definitely recommend this to others. It's not just a cookbook, it actually explains the benefits of eating a healthy diet and how to make the most of your fruits and veggies. ...more
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Best known for his best-selling herbal Back to Eden, Jethro Kloss was one of America's earliest and most creative soyfoods pioneers.

In 1935, while living in Takoma Park, Washington, D.C., after several decades of studying and writing, Kloss published the first edition of what was to become his magnum opus, Back to Eden. A revised and geatly expanded edition was published in 1939. This edition bec

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