Lifestyle Inventory & Recipe Request
items that apply
1. When it comes to preparing food I am
getting food to taste good
using ingredients of high nutritional quality
I am also concerned about
adjusting to allergies
gaining more energy
I'd like to
teach my children how to cook
prepare cook ahead freezer meals
influence others to consider healthy cooking
fix a guest dinner with tasty & healthy
style is called "Healthy Whole
Foods." In our cookbooks and
publications we attempt to remove as many
obstacles as possible to your success in
transitioning to whole foods e.g. not having to
buy expensive equipment, providing tested
recipes with taste appeal, supplying low cost
menus. Nevertheless, change brings the
challenge of adjustment.
TELL YOUR STORY
Identify the most
important item you checked above.
How many people do you
regularly serve meals to.
How did you find
SueGreggCookbooks? e.g. Searching the internet,
A friend or relative,
Old Schoolhouse Magazine, etc.
current cooking style. e.g. Meat &
Potatoes, Three Square Meals, Vegetarian,
Italian, Mexican, Fend For Yourself, Fast Food,
Pizza, Dine out, etc.
What changes would you like
How do you assess your
spouse's and children's attitudes toward trying
What challenges e.g.
allergies, health conditions, tight food budget,
etc. do you face?
Please write your narrative in the box
NOTE: Changing one's cooking and
eating patterns is not a casual endeavor. The
reality tv show "Jamie Oliver's Food
illustrates the formidable obstacles to change
in the culture. The movie "Super Size
Me" demonstrates the consequences of
the fast food culture promotes.
If you are choosing to go against
the cultural flow, then SueGreggCookbooks is
here to supply you with part of the solution:
Wholesome Whole Foods Recipes.
Take a reality check. If you are unable or
unwilling to articulate an assessment of your
current cooking situation at this time, then you
are probably not ready to take on the challenge
of transitioning to whole foods cooking. If that
it true, we recommend that you go back to the
home page (www.suegregg.com) and research the links that explain
what whole foods cooking is all about.
SELECT A RECIPE
heard it said that "There are no free
lunches." That's true because you
have to make them. We do offer free recipes, but
you have to do the preparation.
We are inviting you to taste test our
introductory recipes. Then you'll know if what
we offer really fits your needs. Some
recipe procedures are quite different from what
most people are accustomed. For example,
making pancake batter in a blender or soaking
We are offering a variety of recipes for you to test: Blender Waffle/Pancakes, Baked Parmesan
Chicken, Yogurt Pie, Almond Coffee Cake, Country Creole Peas 'n Corn,
Cornbread, Taco Chip O'le.
Select the first recipe you would like to
prepare from the list above.
your recipe selection in the box above.
ENTER YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS IN THE BOX ABOVE: (In
this order please.)
City State Zip
Country if outside the USA
send the information you entered into the box
above you will need to copy only what you
entered into the box to your email server and
send to email@example.com. Write
"Recipe Request" in the subject line.
don't want to miss your message!
email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch your email box for recipe printouts.
Rich & Sue Gregg, Publisher/Author
8830 Glencoe Drive
Riverside CA 92503-2135
Information you provide is not shared with or sold to others outside our
organization. Your responses
help us design our research and publications to meet your needs. We will respond with information specifically designed to help you succeed
in whole foods cooking from the very start.
We will send you an occasional recipe email newsletter.
You will not be deluged with promotionals or advertisements from us.
here for Sue Gregg's answers to the questions posed above.
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