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Cooking By Color: Recipes for Independence

Stephen testing Cooking by Color recipesOne aspect I really like about Cooking by Color: Recipes for Independence is that recipe portions are for 1 or 2, rather than 4 or 6! It really makes a difference. It can be hard for my daughter to portion out the meal, especially if it's a favorite. It's so easy to eat it all. This makes it much easier for her. I also appreciate your use of literacy principles in the design of recipe. This, too, makes a huge difference for her.

Tena Benson, RN, MPH.
Coordinator of the
Fitness Across the Life Span Project,
Cincinnati Childrens Medical Center,
Past coordinator of the Adult Down Syndrome and Spina Bifida Clinic,
and proud Mother of a young adult with ID/DD



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