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SPREADING THE WORD ... CHEMICALS IN FOOD IS ABSURD! More and more families want to know what is in our foods? They want assurances that the purchases they make are free from harmful chemicals and the convenience of supermarket shopping isn't effecting their families overall health and wellbeing. However, reading labels in a busy supermarket aisle now requires a science degree and a magnifying glass! Eating additive and preservative free pre-packaged foods is becoming increasingly difficult with misleading packaging and confusing labels. Cut the Chemicals Cookbook helps you cut chemicals from your families diet when you don't know where to begin. No label reading required - I've done all the hard work for you! This cookbook details the foods to avoid, why to avoid them and lists the safe basic pantry items every Australian home should have. The real gem is the full Shopping Guide listing all the safe pre-packaged foods that you can buy from your supermarket today. Now with over 90 adaptable recipes I can help you create satisfying additive and preservative free meals and snacks for better health, wellbeing and behaviour! No more unsafe colours, flavours or preservatives! Follow the 12 step how to guide and use the printable's and Shopping Guide to help you plan your weekly menu. At Cut the Chemicals www.cutthechemicalscookbook.com we are spreading the word ... chemicals in food is absurd!
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Rebecca Taylor grew up in rural Victoria, Australia and studied Politics and History at Monash University. After a career working for politicians in Federal Politics, Rebecca re-studied at Monash to become a Secondary School History Teacher and now resides in Mt Eliza, Victoria with her husband Jason and their four children. Rebecca’s first book was written for the young teen audience and is a historical fiction called Shipwrecked: the Saving of Eva Carmichael. A story about a real life historical character and event in a fictional circumstance, that helped educate about the treacherous nature of Australian colonial immigration. The Cut the Chemicals Cookbook was her next journey into authorship. After experiencing the effects of food intolerance with her own children, Rebecca decided to learn more about diet modification for better health and behavior. Through a lot of research Rebecca was able to make changes that suit the lifestyle of a busy modern family, while ensuring her children didn’t feel like they were missing out or were different to their friends. A mum, a wife, a teacher and now blogger and cookbook writer, Rebecca brings to Cut the Chemicals the energy and research expertise to make sure that other families out there don't have to suffer through food intolerance and can have a fun time with real food too!
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Book Description ASJ Publishing, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M099259829X
Book Description ASJ Publishing, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11099259829X