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Dishes are to complicated.
March 27, 2011
Our church is doing the Daniel fast until passover starts. My wife and I were looking for some help with dishes that would be easy, practical and delicious. I am sure the dishes in this book are delicious, but that is all. They are complicated and contain ingredients that are not easily available for us. I do not understand why many contain pumpkin, leeks, lintels, Asian, African, Eastern foods and other things not common for us. To me the book just discourages us from the fast, instead of encouraging us with simple and delicious foods.
I was thrilled to see this book. Our church does a Daniel Fast every January and I've seen the changes it makes in people. My own pastor's wife started the Fast last January and just kept going with it. She says that through it God helped her deal with some real bondage issues with food in general and by July she was like a different person (1/2 the person she was before). It is amazing to see! This cookbook is designed for someone that already knows what the Daniel Fast is all about and what it consists of. This is just to help you with some wonderful variety while you do it. They actually have ways to help you make this a lifestyle instead of just a 21, 30 or 40 day thing. I think that is great. They have found ways to make vegetables yummy, and delicious. In fact some of you have probably not even heard of some of these vegetables (I was thrilled to see an eggplant parmesan recipe in there!). I see this book as a must have companion to making the Daniel Fast successful in your life.
For anyone who is concerned about their health-this is a great resource tool. In addition, for anyone embarking on a fast any where from 3 days to 40 days, this recipie book is invaluable. The recipies are easy to follow and make. I have tried several recipies already and day are delicious. I would love to see this played on a cooking network.