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Whole Foods Cooking for The Whole Family    
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K-12 Home School Curriculum
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Starter Recipe Recipe Demonstrations 

     Here are 10 whole foods recipes with step-by-step photo demonstrations to help your family transition to a whole foods lifestyle. Test these recipes before you purchase cookbooks. They will help assure your family that they can adapt to whole foods that satisfy their appetites. Click here for aTaste & Tell Recipe Printout pdf   

Lesson #1 
Blender Waffles
WHOLE GRAIN

Lesson #2
 Parmesan Chicken
MAIN DISH
Lesson #3 
Yogurt Pie
DESSERT
Lesson #4
Almond Coffee Cake

Lesson #5 
Creole Peas 'n Corn


Who are these recipes for?
1. People who want to eat healthier whole foods.
2. Cooks who are tired of serving the same old stuff.
3. Families who want to get away from prepackaged foods with too much sugar, refined carbohydrates, trans & hydrogenated fats.
4. Folks who've had tasteless experiences with "health food."
5. Mothers who want alternatives the whole family can enjoy without having to cook separate dishes for a child with allergies.
6. Families who want to economize using low-cost grains and beans dishes

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Lesson #6
Blender Cornbread
WHOLE GRAIN

Lesson #7
Taco Chip Ole
MAIN DISH

Lesson #8
Blender Muffins
WHOLE GRAIN

Lesson #9
Split Pea Soup
SOUP

Lesson #10
Black Bean Chowder


Who's using these recipes?

1. People struggling with a health crisis that has precipitated the necessity for lifestyle change.
2. Parents who want children to learn hands on healthful cooking.
3. Adults who want nutritionally balanced recipes and menus for sensible weight management.
4. Cooks who want to serve whole foods with proven appetite appeal.
5. Budget conscious families who are not yet ready to invest in expensive processing equipment as a grain mill or bread kneader.

Guest Recipe Demonstrations 

    Ann Chandler 
  German Sweet Sour 

Audrey Kent
Seven Layer Salad

Alex Krutov
Russian Beet Salad

Carol Ahola
Finnish Pancakes

Kailan Dunn Jr.
Waldorf Salad
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Brittany Fuller
Applesauce Muffins
Connor & Rose 
Cheese Ball
Pithy Family Broccoli Cheese Casserole Ingraham Family
Orange Frosty
Mary Lou Duke
Honey Cheese Cake
Meet our guest cooking demonstrators presenting 
some of their own recipes and their interpretations of the
  SueGreggCookbook recipes:  

Ann Chandler, Washington State              Audrey Kent, California 
Alex Krutov, St Petersburg, Russia      The Witek Family, Indiana   
Kailan Dunn Jr., Washington State          Connor & Rose Guingrich, Indiana
The Ingraham Family, Wisconsin               The Pithy Family, Indiana/Turkey

    Brittany Fuller, Washington State
Mary Lou Duke, Russia/Tallinn, Estonia/Colorado 
Carol Ahola, Okinawa/Washington St/Japan 

Witek Family
Peanut Butter Cookies
Special Occasion Recipes
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Waldorf Salad 

Lemon Meringue Pie   DESSERT

Cheese Ball
APPETIZER

Cranberry Mold
SALAD

Persimmon Cookies
DESSERT


Sue says, "A recipe is someone's idea that combines tradition, art, science, and even a bit of fantasy and fashion. For me the challenge is to make it better." 


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