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Catherine Cebula

Health Is How You MAAKE It Catherine Cebula

As an American-Born Chinese (“ABC”), Catherine’s upbringing blended both worlds. Her culinary foundation is based in the attention to detail characteristic of Chinese cuisine (such as the selection and preparation of ingredients), enhanced by broad cross-cultural influences (including Italian, French, German, Mexican, other Asian, and other cuisines). With an educational background in the health sciences and professional experience as a medical writer, she complements the 75 “Tasty Templates” (guidance)—original ‘recipes’ with 50 “Thoughts On Food” (monographs)—state-of-the-science literature reviews that share evidence-based data as to mechanisms associated with ingredients appearing in the eBook’s “Tasty Templates.”

Rediscover the Lost Art of the Homemade Meal—to control calories, fat, sugar, sodium, and dining time. All of these factors can impact your waistline as well as your wallet. In to-day’s 24/7 world, Catherine recognizes that time is precious, so in “Health Is How You MAAKE It: Modern Asian-American Kitchen Experience” she shares a curated collection of recipes that have been streamlined to fewer steps, and swaps ingredients to healthier contemporary alter-natives.

Learn more about the project Modern Asian-American Kitchen Experience at: Health Is How You MAAKE It Kitchen
Learn more about the eBook “Health Is How You MAAKE It: Modern Asian-American Kitchen Experience,” at: https://www.amazon.com
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