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The Yogurt Bible (...Bible (Robert Rose)) Paperback – July 22, 2010
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One of the most concise and useful bibles I've read. (Julian Armstrong Montreal Gazette 2010-09-15)
Here was the book with the kind of detail that could have saved me a week's worth of culinary aggravation. And if you are really interested in learning how to make yogurt properly, this is the manual you need. (Wendy Burke Winnipeg Free Press 2011-03-23)
About the Author
Pat Crocker is a culinary herbalist, a professional home economist and the author of seven cookbooks and three herb books. She lives in Neustadt, Ontario.
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The Yogurt Bible includes a section on healthy body systems that breaks down what each body system does (cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine, immune, musculoskeletal, nervous and respiratory). It tells you what you what disorders affect each system and what the best and worst foods are for each system. This chapter even explains what stress management techniques work best and what exercises you should focus on. There is a chart in each section that tells you the top 10 best bets for each and what foods protect each system and why. I love this section. I have it bookmarked for frequent reference.
Equally fantastic is the chapter on whole foods that explains why whole foods are necessary for good health and then details a huge list of whole foods, what they help with, how they work to provide good health, how you can buy and store them and their culinary uses. It includes a variety of fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole and ancient grains, nuts and seeds, sea vegetables and even herbs!
The final section of the book includes recipes you can make using yogurt. You'll be amazed at the selection which includes Dips, Spreads, Snacks and Starters; Soups; Salads and Dressings; Mains; Sauces; Desserts and Frozen Yogurts; and Beverages. I love the recipe selection!
I made Strawberry Yogurt from some of our homemade strawberry jam and it was amazing!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this cook book, informative as well as good reading material.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer A big fan
Book went right along with my new yogurt machine. Love the tasty foods.Published 16 months ago by Everyday
My family is enjoying the homemade yogurt! The recipes are easy to follow and delicious. The book also includes healthy guidelines for taking care of the systems of our bodies.Published 23 months ago by Wild and Wonderful Wanda
Honestly, I didn't get very much use out of this book. The yogurt making venture (for me) was a complete mess, ending up with a product that tasted WAY to tart. Read morePublished on December 22, 2013 by Mixel Flick
I bought this based of the fact it was wrote by world renowned yogurt aficionado Pat crocker (Betty's husband). Wish it had more recipes for making yogurt.Published on October 18, 2013 by clownshoes
this is exciting.
my son in an accident an has since become accustom to takin meds with yogurt. Read more
Full of great information for the beginning yogurt maker and wonderful recipes for experienced makers. From starters to finishers all the way through it's even a good read.Published on February 26, 2013 by IreneCov