The raw food diet is the most natural method you can use to get healthy.
Some experts say you shouldn't eat anything that your grandparents wouldn't recognize as food. This cookbook will help you achieve that goal. Included within are one hundred and fifty recipes which are seafood based contributed from personal recipes. All are from rural areas, mainly Midwestern though women from all over have happily added their versions of these traditional and not-so-traditional recipes. This book is dedicated to all those "old" ladies out there who contributed to this book. Willingly or otherwise and whether they know it or not.Included are recipes for tuna, crab, shrimp, snapper, mackerel, scallops, frog legs, oysters, clams, crawfish, salmon, trout, swordfish and more!
A drawing journal for food lovers, this guided sketchbook invites users to draw - and thereby appreciate - delicious and wholesome food every season of the year. The first half of Drawing Food provides budding artists with accessible instruction in a wide range of drawing techniques and media, to be put to use for sketching anything and everything in the kitchen, from fruits and vegetables to meats, sweets, and utensils.
Kendall Tremaine is content with her life. Sure, she is still haunted by the ghosts of a dark past, still searching for redemption from selfish actions. But she wakes each morning, hoping it is just around the corner. Until a trip to Spain turns her life upside down. She is sold as a sex slave. To a devastatingly handsome-and dangerous-billionaire. A billionaire who is more monster than man. But it is the man's tenderness that threatens to destroy her...not the monster's cruelty. Kace Ramos loves the sight of women knotted in his ropes. He enjoys their whimpers of pain. He craves their screams of terror. He never has a shortage of beautiful women in his dungeon. Some quietly submissive, some openly defiant, he strips them raw and then sends them home, broken and bruised. But the unbreakable Kendall does something no slave has ever done. Her cries of pleasure shatter his barriers, making him feel things he's never felt before...things he thought he could never feel. Even before their time is up, he knows he'll never get her out of his mind...or his heart. The man will do whatever it takes to make her his. But the monster won't be satisfied until he has torn her to pieces.
We realize now that diets don't work. Following diet rules is dysfunctional because it doesn't require a true change from within, what scripture calls transformation by the renewing of the mind. True change occurs from the inside out, through freedom from strongholds and emotional baggage that keep us chained to destructive eating patterns. If you are ready to be free to feel the full peace of God and stop using food for fulfillment, you need Soul Food. This book doesn't teach diet rules. Instead, it helps you identify destructive eating patterns that have formed strongholds in your mind, will and emotions. Through careful study and application of scriptural truths and recent scientific discoveries about the brain, registered dietitian Terri Lykins has created a program that teaches transformation and healing from a Biblical perspective. For so many Americans, weight issues are a symptom of a deeper hunger - a soul hunger that only God can satisfy. This book will show you, step by step, how to change from within, to be free from destructive eating patterns that keep you from advancing God's kingdom. With each new diet, I would lose weight, but soon found myself back in the same rut because I never learned how to deal with the emotional or spiritual side of it. Soul Food has helped me to develop a way of living that allows me to control my feelings and thoughts toward food, and be content in God instead of eating for emotional release -Donna D., ITS Account Clerk Soul Food really helped me to see how I have used food to try to fill a void within. Through Soul Food I have learned to recognize strongholds, they are falling away, and I am becoming free. I have already lost 10 lbs. in thelast two months -Teresa B., Mental Health Professional
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