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Book Review: I Can't Chew Cookbook
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I Can't Chew Cookbook: Delicious Soft-Diet Recipes for People with Chewing, Swallowing and Dry-Mouth Disorders
J. Randy Wilson

Book Details:
Published: 2007
Format: Softcover
Pages: 240
Paper Back: $16.95
Spiral: $22.95
Where to buy: Hunter House Publishers

A unique resource for flavorful soft-diet recipes is the I-Can’t-Chew Cookbook, by J. Randy Wilson (Hunter House Publishing). This is not just a liquid or blender recipe book; it contains more than 200 mouth-watering, soft foods. It includes casseroles, quiches, soups, and ethnic recipes. Readers will also find main dishes using crab, salmon, chicken, and other meats, plus fresh vegetables that are chopped, not pureed.

Don’t forget the dessert! This cookbook features 32 cakes, pies, puddings, mousses, custards, and iced desserts to delight your palate. This is real food for real people – even when entertaining. Many vegetarian recipes, or recipes that may be easily adapted for a vegetarian, have been included as well.

The book also contains a section on good nutrition, written by a dietician. Each recipe has a complete nutritional analysis, so you can monitor fat content, sodium, fiber, protein, and calories.
- Susan Courtney, MSSA The Motivator

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