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Wild Rice for All Seasons Cookbook by Jan Anderson Beth Anderson
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Binding Spiral Bound
Release Date Oct 30, 2005
Publisher Nodin Press
ISBN 1932472266 ISBN13 9781932472264
Availability 0 units.
More About Beth Anderson & Jan Anderson
Beth Anderson, CHHC, CNHP, ND, lives in Evansville, Indiana, where she works as a holistic health coach for individuals and groups. Specializing in weight management, fitness, and natural healing methods, she frequently helps clients achieve a variety of other goals, including reducing stress and anxiety in their lives and raising their energy levels.
Anderson is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and Trinity School of Natural Health, and holds certifications as a holistic health coach, natural health professional, and doctor of naturopathy. Her debut book, "The Holistic Diet: Achieve Your Ideal Weight, Be Healthy and Happy for Life", was published in 2012, and her second title, "DIY Health Coaching Kit", in 2014.
In both her coaching and writing endeavors, Anderson strives to help others identify the easiest changes they can make to improve their health and well-being. Her minimally invasive approach has proven to produce fast, dramatic, long-lasting results.
Beth Anderson currently resides in the state of Alabama.
Reviews - What do customers think about Wild Rice for All Seasons Cookbook?
Tasty recipes for the entire year! Oct 4, 2005
Wild Rice is a food that is held in high esteem, especially in Minnesota where I live. It is also one of the most delectable foods in existence. If you have never tasted it, you surely have missed a special treat. It is grown and harvested in several states with Minnesota and California as the primary producers. In the past it was harvested by Native American living in the northern and central states.
In her book Wild Rice For All Seasons Cookbook, Beth Anderson shares the history and lore of wild rice and some of the most delicious recipes for spring, summer, fall and winter, using this food.
Wild Rice Almondine is a personal favorite of mine. It is fast and easy to prepare and the author includes interesting variations the reader may enjoy. The Herbed Wild Rice is wonderful with grilled chicken and a side salad. But the Webster's West Cream of Wild Rice Soup is absolutely mouth-watering! There are so many fabulous recipes in this book, that even someone like me, who avoids cooking, will be drawn to this cookbook. The result of preparing these dishes is worth the time and energy.
Armchair Interviews says: You will be able to enjoy these tasty recipes all year long and that's a good thing.