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First Minor Change for 2014

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

(The New Year has brought me back to my original host for Menupause, since his provider is more compatible with WordPress, the program I use for Menupause.)

I decided to put the LINKS list (no longer a separate category) in with MY PICS, a new one added to MY BOOKS, since these are links that I like. I removed those that I felt were outdated or repetitious. I may add to this as needed.

Links to Other Sites

This index include websites that I use in my postings. Not all the websites are listed, just those I feel will be the most useful or are featured in Profiles, Reviews, Health Flashes, etc.

www.villagebanking.org – FINCA International (Foundation for International Community Assistance)-Small loans-Big Changes

www.analiese designs.com– A wonderful jewelry website with reasonably priced, unique items that I wear for myself and also give as gifts. Custom made items are available.

www.annieappleseedproject.org. A health-oriented website that I first used in the February 2008 posting on the pigment power in foods.

www.foodand waterwatch.org– A Washington, DC organization that keeps us up-to-date on issues of safety in our food and water supplies. Informative and effective.

www.freshlife.com. One of my favorite websites. It is part of the Freshlife Health Food Store, owned and operated by my dear friend, Barb Jarmoska. You will see this website posted often.

www.glutenfreesugarfreecooking.com. I reviewed Susan O’Brien’s vegan cookbook and here is her link.

www.theheartofthematter.com. Website of Mary Woods (and husband David), who have created postcards and posters emphasizing Love. I reviewed Mary’s ebook, The Heart of the Matter in the February 2008 posting.

www.butterflyworkshops.com– Website of Laurie Handlers, tantric goddess, who I profiled and also reviewed her book, Sex and Happiness: The Ten Tantric Laws of Intimacy in October 2006.

www.jayjacobson.com-Website of Jay Jacobson, artist, musician, singer. His first CD Infinite Man is one of my favorite CDs.Since then he has made several more.

Living Without – This is a website featured in the May 2008 posting. It is a wonderful magazine for those with gluten, dairy, or other sensitivities. It can be found under Profiles because I profile Peggy Wagener, who started the magazine because of her own celiac disease.

www.susansgiftsonline.com A website devoted to gifts of caring for those going through chemotherapy, radiation, or other illnesses. Profile of creators Tracy Wood & Rona Buchbinder can be found in the March 2008 posting.

www.vday.org – Author/Activist Eve Ensler’s V-Day campaign, also to stop violence against women. She is the author of The Vagina Monologues, The Good Body, etc.

www.vrg.org – This is the website for The Vegetarian Resource Group, profiled with its originators, Charles Stahler and Debra Wasserman in October 2008.

www.womenforwomen.org– The Women for Women International organization which helps impoverished women everywhere. I now sponsor a woman from Rwanda (with other women in my family)

PUBLISHED BOOKS BY ME

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

COOKBOOKS

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The Whole Foods Experience: Everybody’s Guide to Better Eating

The Whole Foods Experience (8″  X 10″) contains 168 pages, costs $16.95. It is a comprehensive book on the importance of eating fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and beans, with recipes for every meal, special dietary problems, children’s diets, and more.  Order by clicking on “Add to Cart” below.  (Note: The newer edition has my newer name. This picture has my former name of Spivack.)

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Fresh Whole Foods from A to Z

Fresh Whole Foods from A to Z is an 8 1/2″ X 11″, 13 double-sided booklet with 67 easy recipes and nutritional information, starting with alfalfa sprouts and ending with zucchini.  It costs $9.00 and can be ordered by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button below.

 

Beginner’s Guide to Meatless Casseroles

Beginner’s Guide to Meatless Casseroles (6″ X 9″) is published by Ross Books and available through Amazon.com.  The 48-page book is divided into three sections: noodle casseroles, potato casseroles, and one dish meals with grains & beans.  There are about 28 recipes plus hints on cooking beans and grains, a seven-day menu, and a glossary of terms. The book sells for $5.50. To order, click on the “Add to Cart” button below:


The Johnny Alfalfa Handbook

The Johnny Alfalfa Sprout Handbook came into being as a result of my work with the Maryknoll Sisters who go to third world countries to teach better nutrition.  The book is packed with information about, and instructions and resources for, sprouting seeds, grains, and beans from alfalfa to quinoa. In addition, there are about 34 pages with menus and recipes. This 92-page, 6″ X 8 1/2″ book is available for $12.00 and can be ordered by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button below.

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The Soup to Nuts Coloring Book

The Soup to Nuts Coloring Book (8 1/2″ X 11″) is published by Creative Health Works under my previous last name of Spivack. I wrote the jingles and an artist drew the characters from All-Star Apple to Yummy Yogurt, with fruit, veggie, grains & bean jingles.  This 23 page, double-sided art/rhyme book that teaches about nutrition costs $3.00 and can be ordered by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button below.

 

 

Non-COOKBOOKS

 

A Tale from Tarpiluvka

A Tale from Tarpiluvka is a young adult’s book based on the true story of my great-great-great grandmother and her two young sons (9 & 12)  who were sent away to escape 25 years in the Russian Army. I am putting it on a CD-Rom to keep the cost down, since my first run is almost depleted and I would have to charge too much to make less than 100 books. The book has sketches by my husband’s daughter Penny, who is a professional artist, and there is a glossary of terms for the Yiddish and Hebrew words used in the dialogue. The 5 1/2″ X 8 1/2″ book is 130 pages long and will cost $5.00 when the CD is ready. This book can be ordered by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button below.

 

 

Computer-Ease: A beginner’s Guide to Personal Computing

I wrote Computer-Ease for senior citizens and people whose native tongue is not English. It is super simple and still applicable for PCs unless you have the new Windows 7. The 90-page, 8 1/2″ X 11″ inch, spiral-bound book contains 90 pages with cute graphics of a groundhog. (The name of the press is Groundhog Press because the publisher lived in Punxsutawney, PA, where Groundhog Day takes place every year.)
The book costs $18.00 and can be ordered by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button below.

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