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One Bite at a Time: Nourishing Recipes for Cancer Survivors and Their Friends Paperback – October 1, 2004
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" Rebecca creates with the intention of nourishing people with cancer, survivors and their caregivers." -- Healing Lifestyles & Spa Magazine
"...Tantalizing recipes that should appeal to just about anybody with taste buds...plenty of useful information and interesting anecdotes." -- Hous Beautiful: Kitchen And Bath Magazine March,2005.
"A cookbook... with a difference. It educates the reader on how to cook in a healthful manner without sacrificing flavor." -- Knight Ridder/Tribune Book Review, March 07, 2005.
"A gem, especially if you in the diffcult position of caring for a relative or friend who is ill." -- The Baltimore Sun January 14, 2005.
From the Publisher
* A full-color cookbook for cancer patients and their loved ones with 150 recipes, nutritional information, and anecdotes from cancer survivors.
* Studies show that up to 80 percent of cancer patients are malnourished.
* Featuring specific information of Pantry and Refrigerator Rehabilitation, Waking up Your Taste Buds, What Foods Are Best during Different Stages of Cancer Treatment, and How Friends Can Help.
Top customer reviews
After much online ordering of whatever ingredients I could find online and then simmering, baking, and pureeing for hours my mom's reaction was to ask if I could add some meat to the soup, so I added some sausage and she was much happier.
I do appreciate that this forced me to try several other new recipes I found online to use up the unusual ingredients I had to stock. But if your "patient" is more of a red meat eater you may have problems. This also tilts towards an Asian flavor profile, which mom didn't appreciate.
Another recommendation would be to cross index in both directions. The Yukon Potato Leek Soup did refer to the Mineral Broth recipe as the base BUT it would have helped to have listed under the Mineral Broth the other recipes that used that as a base. Same for other base recipes such as pesto.
I did find the other information helpful. But actually, the first time we went to the cancer center they gave us a beautiful free cookbook - also with a lot of other info in it, and it seems more to our liking.