The Gayelord Hauser Cookbook


by Gayelord Hauser, Faber & Faber, 1955. Hardback with DJ, 335 pages. Hauser was a nutritonist of some note and an early champion of eating non-processed "real" foods. He warned readers about the evils of white sugar and white unrefined flour. He also was one of the first to call for cooking vegetables quickly, with little water added (it amounted to a steaming technique). Subtitled "Good Food, Good Health, Good Looks." A lot of veggie recipes (some look very modern, and possibly tasty), but this is not a vegetarian cookbook. Book shows aging and wear; DJ shows wear at extremities. G/G.

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