For people concerned with the quality and integrity of the food they eat and who want to take the guesswork out of shopping, The Whole Food Bible provides a ready source of up-to-date information on all varieties of foods. The author details the latest findings on such topics as food irradiation, pesticides, and chemical food additives, enabling consumers to minimize their exposure to the hazards existing in many foods today. The author also provides extensive information on diet and nutrition and the benefits of eating foods that are organically grown and minimally refined. ac New edition of the best-seller. ac First published by Addison-Wesley in 1991, with more than 35, 000 copies sold. ac A handy guide for both the experienced and beginning cook. ac More than 100 simple, healthy, and delicious recipes and a large assortment of tips on how to select and prepare delicious whole foods.Some mild teas may yield as little as 30 or 40 milligrams of caffeine per cup, whereas stronger varieties can yield 70 to 80 milligrams. ... Following are a few of the worlda#39;s most popular teas: Assam Over two million acres of tea are cultivated in the state of Assam in ... Ceylon Now called Sri Lanka, Ceylon is an island south of the Indian mainland famous for its many teas, all of which are called Ceylons. ... Earl Grey tea is a strictly English concoction and has a lovely flavor and aroma.
|Title||:||The Whole Food Bible|
|Author||:||Christopher S. Kilham|
|Publisher||:||Inner Traditions / Bear & Co - 1996-10-01|