|A KosherEye Chat with Norene Gilletz|
We are continuing our conversation with Norene Gilletz, author of The New Food Processor Bible: 30th Anniversary Edition.
How many cookbooks have you authored?
It is obvious you must love what you do – so what is your favorite part?
You have been teaching, lecturing and writing for a long time. With your website and your presence on Facebook, you have comfortably made the transition to the internet. How do you enjoy it?
Why did you decide to update your Food Bible cookbook?
The newest edition contains 180 additional recipes compared to the first edition. I’ve also included ingredients that weren’t easily available when Pleasures of your Processor was published in 1980. It’s out of print and is actually considered a collectible edition, so if you own a copy, treasure it!
My readers are thrilled that I’ve added the nutrient analysis for each recipe, with many lower-calorie, lower-fat and lower-sodium options as these facts are appreciated by today’s consumers. I’ve also included the phosphorous content, which is extremely useful for anyone who has kidney concerns – there isn’t much available for people who need this information. Thankfully, most people don’t need it, but it’s essential for those who do. My recipes can be used by people with a wide range of requirements, from cooking for everyday health to cooking for pleasure!
May 11, 2011
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