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That Damn Dialysis

by Nancy Tamburello

Although literary scholars might not think it makes the cut the target audience—those with chronic kidney disease—will find certain benefit and quality of life improvement. [i]I want to tell my story so that people will have a better... Read More

Book Review

The Stevia Cookbook

by Nancy Tamburello

Is there a healthy substitute for sugar that has zero-calories, is diabetic-friendly, safe for children and does not cause cavities? Yes. It is stevia, a shrub native to South America, and now being grown in China and Japan. Nature has... Read More

Book Review

From the Redwood Forest

by Nancy Tamburello

From the Redwood Forest: Ancient Trees and the Bottom Line—A Headwaters Journey is the most intimate, well researched book on deforestation in the Northern California region that has been written to-date. Dunning brings her personal,... Read More

Book Review

Running North A Yukon Adventure

by Nancy Tamburello

Running North, A Yukon Adventure is a modernized version of Jack London’s Call of the Wild, which coincidentally was part of the initial spark for Cook to author her true life story. While the Iditarod is more well known, the Yukon... Read More

Book Review

101 Medicinal Herbs

by Nancy Tamburello

If there was ever a subject matter with an overabundance of books in print-herbology is it. But author Steven Foster’s newest edition is, by far, the best. 101 Medicinal Herbs is an awe-inspiring color guide with only the most basic... Read More

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Crust & Crumb

by Nancy Tamburello

Reinhart has provided not only a cookbook with delicious recipes, but a book that takes you, as a student, on a journey through the art and background history of breadmaking. He inspires and motivates throughout, and keeps the process... Read More

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