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Healthy Recipes

Healthy Recipes



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Published by CR Larson
A new compilation of whole wheat, honey, fruits and vegetables, whole grains and pasta, with olive oil or butter. Simple, healthy, and delicious!
A new compilation of whole wheat, honey, fruits and vegetables, whole grains and pasta, with olive oil or butter. Simple, healthy, and delicious!

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Published by: CR Larson on May 18, 2011
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Whole WheatButter andHoneyRecipes & Mixes
May 2011
(Compiled by E. Jones, CR Larson, and E. Dewegeli)
“I have given you every herb bearing seed upon the earth, and all trees that have in themselves of their own kind, to be your meat.” (Gen. 1:29) “And to every beast of the earth... we will give them every green herb for meat...” (Abr. 4:10)“And I God, said unto man: Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree in the which shall be the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.” (Moses 2:29)“Butter and honey shall he eat, that he may know to refuse the evil, and choose the good.” (Isa. 7:15)“And the Lord spake unto Moses.. saying... these are the beasts which ye shall eat... Whatsoever parteth the hoof, and isclovenfooted, and cheweth the cud.” The unclean meats were those which did not have divided hoofs (camel, coney, hare,swine). “These shall ye eat of all that are in the waters: whatsoever hath fins and scales in the waters.. them shall ye eat.”The unclean fish were those that had not fins and scales. Among the fowls, the unclean were the eagle, ospray, vultures,ravens, owls, swan, pelicans, storks, heron, lapwings and bats. And all fowls that creep, going about on all fours were anabomination, but the locust, beetle and grasshopper were approved. Those who ate of unclean meat were considered unclean before the Lord. (Leviticus 11:1-47).“All grain is good for the food of man, as also the fruit of the vine; that which yieldeth fruit... Nevertheless, wheat for man...and all saints who remember to keep and do these sayings, walking in obedience to the commandments, shall receive healthin their navel and marrow to their bones; and shall find wisdom and great treasures of knowledge, even hidden treasures;and shall run and not be weary, and shall walk and not faint.”(D&C89:16-20)“For the Lord hath redeemed Jacob, and ransomed him from the hand of him that was stronger than he. Therefore theyshall come and sing in the height of Zion, and shall flow together to the goodness of the Lord, for wheat, and for wine, and  for oil, and for the young of the flock, and of the herd: and their soul shall be as a watered garden; and they shall not sorrow any more at all.” (Jer. 31:11-12)
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Why write another cookbook? Because we are about to go back to the place our pioneer relatives were. If we’ve forgottenhow to make food delicious with simple ingredients, then it is time to try our hand at it again. When I was young, we had ahuge garden, and our very large family ate food from it and the adjoining orchards and fields everyday of our young lives.We were used to the taste of whole and simple foods. But today, for many families, it’s store-bought or fast food fordinner five out of seven nights a week, and store-bought cereals for breakfast and government institution prepared food forlunch. Many of us have forgotten how to make delicious, simple meals from whole grains, vegetables, and all natural oils,milk, and herbs.My mother, who is an herbalist and a wonderful gardener, spear-headed this project, and my sister, who is a wonderfulcook (among other tremendous talents), contributed hundreds of delicious, natural recipes for me to check out. The projecthas been in the making for years, but has finally found fruition in this book.Hopefully, those who have made the switch to wholesome foods won’t be unhappy with the use of home-grown, home-raised, and home-canned goods as a major theme. Today many people rush to the health-food store to get their preferredhealthy foods. But what will they do when those stores are unavailable? These recipes are for those who are trying toswitch to homemade everything.We expect that for a while many will be able to purchase many of the things needed to make the recipes. When that is nolonger available, try simple substitutes to see how the recipe turns out. Try different cheeses, different types of milk, anddifferent meats, as well as vegetables, and even different butters, and sweet sources. I think after a while you will discovermany of the recipes are delicious even when altered to what is in the house at the time.Here is an example: for dinner last night I decided to try an egg dish. Using what was in the house, and looking overseveral of these recipes I came up with a 10 minute wholesome eggs, spinach, sliced mushrooms, and corn tortilla omelet-type of meal that my husband loved. That’s what I had in mind when writing this book. Forget strict rules, try changingthe recipes to adjust to what you have and how you like it to taste. Have fun, and learn along the way.A word about using whole wheat. Some families have used white flour for so long they have a hard time adjusting tocompletely using whole wheat. If multiple B-vitamins are supplied it helps with digestion, try adding nutritional yeast(which is high in B-vitamins) to baked goods to make it more digestible. Also, when we switched, I used half n’ half for awhile, until we used to the texture and taste of whole grain foods. Now I’m always substituting part of the whole wheat forbrown rice, oat, teff or rye flour. Its fun to discover the different flavors and textures of goods with different flours, soexperiment - and if the end-product doesn’t turn out perfect, try adding a creamy sauce or topping to help it be morepalatable – at least it always works in our house.Also you will notice that pork and pork products were not included in this cookbook. Originally the children of Israel weretold not to eat swine (Lev. 1-47) but it thought that is okay to eat it today. I did some research on the processing of pork,and discovered that it is loaded with worms, parasites, and other critters, so we eliminated it from our home. But that was apersonal choice - that today is up to each family to decide for themselves. The recipes that call for chicken and turkey andeven many of the sausage and beef recipes will be delicious with pork, but you will have to discover this for yourself. Iwould give you a word of caution to never serve it until it has been very thoroughly cooked for each use. Generally, thatapplies to all meat products as well. And it doesn’t hurt to serve the family wormwood or other purgative twice a year justto be sure the exposure to the problem is minimum, but that’s another subject.As a general recommendation for healthy eating, use a lot of vegetables year-round, and add more protein during the wintermonths for warmth. Add fruit to breakfast meals, and for in-between meal snacks. Increase whole-grain products andreduce stripped grains from the diet. And when eating bread, make sure there is plenty of fiber. Of course, if you want toknow more details about super foods and nutritional content of various food items, you can consult the other book I wroteabout health: The Comforter’s System.Good luck and Happy Cooking!
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Table Of Contents
Bread Recipes 14
Breakfast Recipes 46
Cakes, Cookies & Candy 62
Cakes 65
Cookies & Bars 86
Candy 99
Recipes for Beef, Venison, 114
Recipes for Chicken 149
Recipes for Fish 184
Recipes For Potatoes 195
Recipes for Salads 209
Recipes for Soups 229
Recipes for Lunch, Snack, 296
Recipes for Party Desserts 331
Recipes for Pies 336
Recipes for Canning 357
Recipes and Mixes 366

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