Note to Readers: Why posts; Topics; “About”

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you have probably noticed that the newer posts just give the recipe and a few notes about the ingredients. For the details on the anti-cancer properties of a particular ingredient, the post refers you to a “Why ___ food?” (for example, “Why blueberries?”) post.

Since I did not have these “Why?” posts before, I’m having to create a lot of them now. And to do so, I sometimes have to take content from old posts and move that content to the new “Why?” post. So the content is shifting around.

I do not have time to go back to all the old posts and move all the “why” content to new “Why?” posts right away, but I’ll do that over time as I create new recipes that include the ingredients that I have already discussed in earlier posts.

Also, Dr. Servan-Schreiber has come out with a new edition of his great book, Anti-Cancer, and it has even more research on foods that help to prevent cancer. Starting with the post, “Why blueberries?”, I will quote only from the new edition of his book.  The source attribution found at the end of each quote will tell you which edition of his book, the quote is from. If it says “2009 edition,” then it’s from the new updated edition published at the end of 2009. If it does not say “new edition” the quote comes from the first edition published in 2007.

The “Topics” column of this blog should help you navigate to the recipes you want, as long as you know one of the significant ingredients in that recipe. For example, the new recipe, Monamifood Blueberry Muffins, can be found by clicking on the topic link for blueberries; the recipe for Spinach and Onion Crustless Quiches can be found by clicking on the topic link for “spinach” or “onions.”

Finally, I just want to add that the link “About” in the upper right-hand corner of each page is not clickable. But since it’s a permanent feature of the WordPress blog platform I am using, I cannot get rid of it without causing some problems for the site. But if you want to know more about this blog or about me, you can click on the link, “About Monamifood and Leni Reed Nazare,” that you will find at the top of the page, right under “Monamifood’s Blog”.

I hope that this information helps you to make good use of this site.

Enjoy and be healthy!

~Leni

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