Book Reviews of Grains of Truth, Using Whole Grains the Easy Way

Grains of Truth, Using Whole Grains the Easy Way
Grains of Truth Using Whole Grains the Easy Way
Author: Donna G. Spann
ISBN-13: 9780971794009
ISBN-10: 0971794006
Publication Date: 5/2002
Pages: 184
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Today's Family Matters Publications
Book Type: Paperback
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Mrs. Spann provides a wealth of nutritional and historical information about twelve different grains (and grain substitutes). This information is fascinating and wonderful for a fuller understanding of grains. The author's writing style is very down-to-earth and personable. Unfortunately, I did not find the book to be a practical guide to "using whole grains," as the subtitle promises. It was not as comprehensive as I would have liked, omitting at least three of the grains/substitutes I'm aware of (quinoa, teff, and milo/sorghum). In addition, although recipes are given at the end of each chapter, I did not view them as adequate treatment of the use of these grains: they would not enable the average home cook to experiment with a variety of grains. Many of the recipes which are included are copied (with permission!) from cookbooks I already own. Some readers will also want to know that the book is written from a distinctly Christian perspective.