My favorite cookbook is the old Joy of Cooking. While this is not necessarily listed as a whole food cookbook it does have recipes using real food rather than processed items. I use it like an encyclopedia. When I come across something I don't know, I look in there. That said, I have been mostly using spark recipes. If it is made with mushroom soup I don't even look at it. I know that may seem snarky but I am really trying to stick with the real stuff. I will be checking out the websites listed below. Thanks for sharing.
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I did purchase the rodale Whole Foods Cookbook, because it is much more than just a cookbook. It's a learning experience as well. There is a wealth of info on the foods in general, and all about whole foods. The recipes look and sound amazing. Mainly I just wanted fresh, clean foods without the extras, and I've been making up my own experiments just eating from foods on hand. I finally realized we are eating whole foods about 70% of the time, and I would like to increase that, and learn more about it too. I believe I've found the right resource.
Dear Lord, set my sights on You and Your great attributes. Help me to live in Your presence, dependent on Your guidance each day. In Jesusï¿½ name, Amen.
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