The Oxford Book of Health Foods

The Oxford Book of Health Foods

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An illustrated reference work covers a selection of over one hundred foods associated with good health and looks at the claims associated with each food, as well as the scientifically proven reality behind each claim.... and South Africa, buckwheat is not a cereal plant, but bears small black or grey seeds that resemble cereal grains. ... The flour does not contain gluten and therefore cannot be used on its own to make a leavened bread. It is usually eaten as porridge, pancakes, pasta, dumplings, and biscuits, often mixed with cereals. ... Today it is still used as a staple food in countries in South America, i.e. Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Columbia, Equador, and Brazil. ... way to rice or bulgar wheat.

Title:The Oxford Book of Health Foods
Author:J.G. Vaughan, P.A. Judd
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2006-04-13


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