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Meniere Man In The Kitchen. Book 2. Recipes That Helped Me Get Over Meniere's.: Delicious Low Salt Recipes From Our Family Kitchen

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"The miracle of getting over Meniere’s, is in the body’s own ability to heal. A low salt diet combined with nutritional healing foods is a must,” the Author says.”

250 pages. More than 200 delicious low-sodium recipes. An essential cookbook for everyone who loves to cook and eat. Real life low salt food for everyday and special occasion meals.

This extra-ordinary cookbook is a celebration of good health and great taste. You’ll be able to cook the same low salt, health-giving family recipes that Meniere Man’s cooks in his own kitchen. Foods and flavors so delicious, you won’t even miss the salt.

Throw away the salt shaker and can-opener! Prepare to cook low-salt meals in a delicious new way, using fresh produce and healthy ingredients.

A treasury of low-salt recipes: No Salt Mozzarella and Low Salt Ricotta Cheese, Low Salt Classic Italian Sausages, Bouquet Garni, Spice Island Blend, Deli-Style Rubs and more, Beau’s Secret Blackened Spices For Barbeques, Delicious ideas for Breakfast. Pastas. Rice. Soups and Stocks. Salsas. Vegetables. Salads. Fish. Meat. Poultry. Healthy Snacks. Mouth-watering Desserts. Our Most Secret Muesli, Angel In The Morning, Swiss Muesli, Quinoa Berry Porridge, Tomato And Saffron Soup, Spinach And Ginger Soup, Chicken Chowder, Noah’s Two Of Everything Soup, Soup Au Pistou, Pumpkin And Coconut Soup, Tomato And Mint Salad, Spinach Tart, Lemon Garlic Mushrooms, Mint Orzo Salad, Spinach And Quinoa Salad, Spicy Couscous, Coconut Jasmine Rice, Fish In Grape Sauce, Noosa Beach Garlic Prawns, Fresh Fish With Lime Mayonnaise, Zoe’s Beer Batter For Fish, Palm Beach Prawn Salad, Poached Salmon Nicoise, Tahitian Kokoda, Beau’s Blackened Spices, Salmon Orange Avocado Salad, Pork With Prunes, Pork And Veal Sausages, Sweet And Sour Lamb Casserole, Marinated Butterflied Lamb, Jean’s French Country Chicken Stew, Lime Marinated Chicken, Chicken And Peach Salad, Baked Honey Lemon Chicken, Hanoi Chicken Noodle Salad, Sydney Fruit Salad, Lemon Pudding, Apricot And Walnut Muffins, Earl Grey Tea Cake, Apple Slice.

“Every life-changing event happens for a reason. If "Meniere Man In The Kitchen" finds you on the same Meniere's journey, there are two essential ingredients I'd like to add here. HOPE and my heartfelt and sincere BEST WISHES for a full recovery very soon. If I can do it, then so will you."

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  • PDF | 240 pages
  • Meniere Man(Author)
  • Page Addie Press (April 14, 2014)
  • English
  • 8
  • Cookbooks, Food & Wine

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  • By Franklin Deverell on June 19, 2014

    Like most people I had no idea what Menier's is. It's when you have episodes of vertigo or dizziness due to problems your inner ear. The Mayo Clinic says the causes are pretty much unknown, however there are a variety of treatments that seem to work. One treatment that seems to be effective is a low salt diet. The 10 Low Salt Cooking Tips are fantastic.I don't have Menier's, however I do have high blood pressure, and we know that low salt is good for keeping blood pressure in check too. When I get home from work, the first thing I do is open up a bag of salty chips and start scarfing away with a salty dip, cheesy, or salsa, or hummus. Then I stand there not knowing what to make for dinner. I don't have ideas, and this book solved that problem for me. I keep it on my Kindle and on my Kindle Fire. I just prop it up in the kitchen and scroll through the table of contents and I know what I want to make for dinner.Menier Man in the Kitchen 2 is loaded with recipes that are easy and fast. I'm not an expert in the kitchen and I don't have a lot of time to cook. The book covers meals, side dishes, snacks and desserts. Menier Man In The Kitchen 2 has about 200 salt free or friendly recipes and techniques. And all of them are so easy that I would recommend this book to ANYONE who is out on their own for the first time.If you are a young person you'll want to know at least the basics of how to make pancakes or French Toast, tomato pasta sauce or soups, hash brown potatoes, basic types of salads, etc. Although you can buy these pre-packaged, this book shows you how to save money and eat healthier. Everyone (including me) should know the herb and spice blends that best go with Italian, French, Moroccan, Chicken, Pork, Fish, and Menier Man's book gives you those short and simple lists.My favorite section is called "What Goes With What," worth the price of the book. My biggest cooking challenge is knowing what spices or herbs should be used with meat, fish, vegetables and so on. This is what makes a great chef, even a good home cook. Grandma knows what fennel goes with, what lemon goes with, when to use honey, and so on. Here you'll find a complete list of key ingredients and what they pair with.To give you an idea of how handy this book can be, you get smoothie recipes and granola recipes too. So instead of doing a search on your computer and running back and forth to the kitchen, just go to Menier Man's list, pull up the basic smoothie recipe and switch in your own favorite fruit or whatever. For granola, I spent weeks experimenting, only to find my the basic recipe right here in this book. I use my own choices of adding coconut or different types of nuts or dried cherries instead of cranberries anyway.After each recipe there is a brief note on the benefits of one of the ingredients used. So you don't have to read a nutrition book, but as you make food, you learn about nutrition in an easy way.I highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to lower salt and also have a flavorful life of eating. Again, I stress that anyone new to cooking should also have this handy book because of the simplicity of each recipe, and the wide variety of standard dishes.

  • By Amanda Felix on March 19, 2018

    My Husband has Menieres while I do have an understanding of it, this book delves into it a bit further. Most people with this disease walk a fine line between healthy eating and great tasting food that is healthy for you. As the salt intake is a major cause that sets off this illness, this book explains why and how best to flavor your foods so that the loss of the salt, and it will be a shock at the bland taste of food without it, is not a bad.This of course is the crux of the book. How to flavor your foods so that you don't feel the loss of that addicitive white granule. It gives you so many recipes that will help mask the taste or loss there of, of the salt. He goes into his own story about how difficult it was to adjust since most resturants and 'healthy' prepared foods are loaded with the stuff that kills. But it is soooo good. How can you give it up? the recipes in this book will help as it help my husband. I can now cook our meals without salt using the Italian herbs, Southwestern Herbs, and other classical well known herbs and spices for the any recipe.It is not an easy thing living with this disease but the Meniere man helps with the book of recipes. It has help us tremendously, so much so that I've now gotten my son and his family to learn to eat and cook without salt. And truthfully, salt is an addiction that can cause a flare up of the disease but is also the culprit for other health troubles like heart disease and high blood pressure. Living without salt has not only helped my husband control the disease it has also taught me to cook a much healtheir meal that benifits both of us. This book is a must not only for people suffering from Menieres but for people that need to cut down on their salt intake for a healther life.

  • By TS on February 6, 2014

    Save your money and get a really good low sodium cookbook, such as those by Dick Logue (which, at the time I ordered them, were each the same price as this one) or the American Heart Association. This book - really a booklet if you took out the extra text and used a standard font size - was very disappointing.

  • By Clive Lilwall on November 7, 2013

    This book contains a detailed explanation of Meniere's Disease and how the symptoms can be reduced by limiting salt intake. Processed foods contain large amounts of salt, and the recipes in this book provide delicious alternatives to conventional diets that use processed foods. In addition, there is a list of organizations in the worldwide Meniere Support Network."Meniere Man in the Kitchen" will benefit not only those with Meniere's Disease but also those who want to live the healthier life that comes with reduced salt intake.

  • By Alex on December 16, 2014

    Having enjoyed the author’s other recipe books (Meniere Man In The Kitchen, Meniere Man In The Himalayas. LOW SALT CURRIES. Low Salt Cooking in the Kitchens of India.) I was looking forward to more great ideas and recipes. As a cook who creates by sense and feel I do not usually read many recipe books. But this one got my attention and I found it to be well organized and helpful with plenty of tips and clear, concise descriptions. My compliments to the author.There are a wide variety of recipes covering many international dishes therefore one could say ‘something for everyone’ whether it be Asian, European or middle eastern.There was a nice balance between the snacks, main course recipes and the desserts / cakes.There is no doubt that it would take a long time to be able to try and test every recipe in this book and at this time I have not had the benefit of time to do so. The recipes I did try were mouth watering and had me wanting more. Taking into account that the key of these recipes is low salt, one couldn't ask for better. I have been a salt consumer most of my life but due to high levels had to find ways to reduce it for the long term benefit to my lifespan. Thank you for presenting this book which gives me just that.

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