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From: Dr. Doug Graham (
Subject:         Re: clarification
Date: May 28, 2014 at 3:31 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: clarification posted by Feather Smith on May 28, 2014 at 9:45 am:

Thanks for the clarity.

DG: You are welcome.

So the the new ebooks are for celebrations and gatherings.

DG: I would say that the recipes are for special occasions, yes.

Some of the recipes require dehydrating and freezing so you would not eat these kind of foods weekly or even monthly, but for special events. Is this what you are saying?

DG: I keep my diet very simple, as that makes me happiest and works best for me, Feather. Some folks enjoy making food fancy more often than I do. But I do make a salad practically every night.

Dehydrated mulberries, dehydrated banana, frozen

DG: Oh my! Is this really that big of a deal to you?

Also I understood mango and the sweet tropical
fruits to be eaten separate from the nuts.

DG: Mango is a sub-acid fruit, with the exception of the varieties that are acid fruits. They combine quite well with fatty foods for most people, unless you have digestive troubles that make such a combination unacceptable to you.

In the pineapple tarts she list mango as an ingredient that can also be used.

DG: We did not mix sweet tropicals with fats.

It's also my understanding the coconut, especially dried is really hard to digest. I remember Rosilan on a video talking about coconut being extremely difficult to digest. Please help clarify.

DG: Many people do not do well with coconut at all, and avoid all dried coconut. IF that's you, then don't eat the dried coconut. If you love dried coconut, and handle it well, enjoy it in the Simply Delicious dishes where it appears. Not every recipe in the book is for every person.

In Gratitude,

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