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Spice for Life: Delicious Recipes Using Everyday Healing Spices
     

Spice for Life: Delicious Recipes Using Everyday Healing Spices

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Spices not only add a flavorful kick to meals, they also have some amazing benefits to improve certain ailments and improve overall health. Rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, spices and herbs like turmeric, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, ginger, garlic, cloves, coriander, and sage can fight inflammation, protect against chronic conditions, and can even help with

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Spices not only add a flavorful kick to meals, they also have some amazing benefits to improve certain ailments and improve overall health. Rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, spices and herbs like turmeric, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, ginger, garlic, cloves, coriander, and sage can fight inflammation, protect against chronic conditions, and can even help with losing weight.

Featuring dozens of recipes for meals and beauty remedies, Spice for Life is a great tool for anyone looking to add more flavor to their diet and cut out unhealthy seasonings like salt, sugar, and fatty oils. You’ll find great recipes like:

• Chickpea and carrot tangine
• Sweet potato and coconut soup
• Probiotic ginger beer
• Chicken tikka masala with turmeric rice
• Lemon-garlic sorbet
• Cayenne toasts
• Orange, fig, and sage chutney
• Mexican hot chocolate cupcakes
• And much more

There are also remedies for burns, problem skin and hair, losing your voice, toothaches, and a guide detailing the benefits of each spice and herb. Spice for Life is the ultimate compendium for anyone wishing to cook with healthier seasonings.

Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781510703964
Publisher:
Skyhorse Publishing
Publication date:
06/07/2016
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
218,002
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.40(d)

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Anonymous 16 days ago
{I would like to dedicate this story, despite being six parts in. This is to 'The Notes,' the little group of NOOK writers that I get together to chat with. To my cousin, Thalia "Chime" Newt. To my life-long best friend, D, and to Amy, Emily, Henry, and Brooke, for being awesome and being there for me. And to every author that has inspired me to keep writing, published or written on NOOK reviews.}<p>I have to bite my tongue to keep from screaming. Even then, it's hard to hide all other evidence of fear and shock and pure terror.<p>This is the fate my father met.<p>The fate that I might meet if I say no.<p>I am done staring into my father's empty, soulless eyes.<p>"Fine! Fine! I give in. I'll tell you what I know."<p>My mother enters the room, and I gulp back.<p>"Not you."<p>She sighs, turning to beckon Myles in.<p>As soon as she exits and we're left alone, I whisper, "exactly what information does my mother want from me?"<p>"Just what this Mark is, what it means, why only a few of us have it, and any other additional information you think might be relevant to us," he says, his voice flat and even.<p>I have a choice. Tell the truth and risk this happening to everyone with the Mark, or lie and risk worse for me.<p>"The Mark represents the link between some of us and people... people from the future. Travelers. Only a few of us are related to the Travelers and therefore have the Mark."<p>I regret saying it as soon as the first word passes through my mouth, but there was no going back. Either I risk everyone's suffering or I risk suffering alone.<p>"Is this all you know?"<p>"No. There's this novel. In the public records building. The Travelers. It's written under the name I.M. Thyme. It has a jade green cover with gold embossment imitating the Mark. It's written fictionally, but it connects to actual Traveler history. That is all I know."<p>He nods, slowly working to unbind me.<p>"You will show me the whereabouts of this book, and then you will be free to go home and live your life. Just don't ever mention this to anyone."<p>"Why is this information so important, though?"<p>He stares me down, trying to decide whether or not to tell me why they were seeking this information.<p>"Ms. Amaryllis believes that people with this Mark are a threat to society."<p>~-~<p>I could gather that nobody knew that 'Ms. Amaryllis' was my mother, which, I suppose, was for the better. They wouldn't have reason to pity me or fear for me, and I was supposedly off the hook except for Mom keeping a close eye on me.<p>But the fact that she believes those with the Mark were a threat to society... this alone is enough to scare the wits out of me.<p>I had always worn the gloves, always, but the day that I don't happens to be this very day?<p>Does it even matter to Mom that I'm her daughter? Or that she murdered her husband? Is Marta aware of this?<p>I hand the book to Myles, the thoughts spinning through my head in the most dizzying way possible.<p>He leans in quickly, whispering "I'm sorry about your father."<p>Then he turns curtly and walks away.<p>~-~<p>Run.<p>That is my first instinct.<p>Run like there is a mad person behind me and the only way to avoid them is by running and keeping a steady pace.<p>The Tortoise Effect.<p>But I need to stop at home first.<p>Would that even be safe, stopping home to grab a few essential items? A hat, a pair of gloves, a small bag to fill with food...<p>Would it even be worth it?<p>I make up my mind and dash into my house.