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I recommend this book to anyone interested in a healthier diet.
This is an excellent, thoroughly researched book, with reference sections, helpful tables, and many variations provided, both for preparation methods and recipes.
I have used a lot of the recipes and they are great, easy to do and very tasty.
I've tried several recipes so far, and both have been winners. The faro salad is delicious and easy, and I have made it several times now with either asparagus, as written, or... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Amer
Of the whole grain cookbooks published in the last few years, I consider this the absolute best. It's the most authoritative and informative, the most thoughtful, basically just... Read morePublished 4 months ago by L.S.F
This book seems to have it all. Contains just about every grain I have wanted to look up. Tells you how to prepare and store grains. Tells you how to make dishes sweet or savory. Read morePublished 8 months ago by P. Green
This book is just what I was looking for to help me use whole grains in my cooking. The book is in excellent condition and I am very pleased.Published 14 months ago by Nancy A. Kaib
We've gotten interested in grains at home, and I've not had much experience in cooking them. So, I grabbed hold of as many cookbooks from the library as I could find. Read morePublished 18 months ago by I Do the Speed Limit
This book is perfect for adding more whole grains into your diet. It has great directions for a lot of good recipes. I wish that nutritional values were included though.Published 20 months ago by Allison
I love finding recipes and information about many different grains. I was looking for recipes for spelt, amaranth, and kamut and found them here! Thanks!Published 21 months ago by Penny
This is a fine book. My only reservation is that I expected much more information about pressure cooking grains, because Lorna Sass is the author of many excellent books on... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Scientist
excellent book, have made several recipes from it already...I wanted to learn more about grains and grinding my own grains, making my own flour, etc. this book met all my goals.Published on September 28, 2012 by Isabel