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Book Review: WomenHeart’s All Heart Family Cookbook by Kathy Kastan and Suzanne Banfield — 14 Comments

  1. I read your review and then went over to my library’s online catalogue and reserved this book. I like the idea of educating myself on the correlation between food and women’s heart-health. The recipes will just be a bonus. Thanks, Joy, for highlighting these healthy cookbooks.

  2. I like the sound of this, and I particularly like your take on gumbo – about not worrying about that one special meal. That’s how I feel about a number of things – maybe too many in number. :<) Homemade french fries, brownies, cake. But I figure the rest of my diet is full of good things and no meat fat so I'm not gonna worry about the 'fun' foods. Great review.

    • It really is mostly encouraging since there’s so many things that can be done. Some of the 40 foods were dark chocolate, berries, and yogurt — not too much disturbing about getting more of those into my life!

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  4. The cookbook sounds great! We always have to remember that health is very important.
    However we have to also remember that eating healthy does not mean that you cannot enjoy your food. There are so many recipes and food that are healthy and taste delicious!!

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