Daniel Fast Cookbook – $8.95
by Susan Gregory on December 18, 2007
The Daniel Fast Cookbook – $8.95
This is an eBook available for immediate download.
Everything is here in this 76-page e-cookbook for you to plan and prepare all the meals and snacks for a 21-day Daniel Fast. More than 50
delicious and nutritious recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks – all made within the Daniel Fast Guidelines. Included in the cookbook is:
- The Daniel Fast Food List
- Whole Grain Recipes
- tasty Breakfasts
- Savory Soups and Stews
- Satisfying Casseroles
- Hearty Salads
- Fulfilling Snacks
- 21-day Meal Plan
- Menu Planning Worksheet
- BONUS: All buyers will become an immediate member of our friendly “Daniel Fast Cookbook Community” where we share recipes, tips and praise reports about our experiences on the Daniel Fast. During the months of December and January, you will receive several emails each week with new recipes, news about the Daniel Fast, and tips and hints for being successful on the fast.
Your purchase of The Daniel Fast Cookbook – Version I is also a way you can support this site and join all those wanting to get the word out about consecrating ourselves to the Lord with prayer and fasting.
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The foods allowed on the Daniel Fast are all plant-based, so no fish or seafood.
Be blessed on your fast.
Hello.. I’m struggling with the do not but limited on fish or seafood.. Can you please explain this to me.. We can’t eat it or we can eat it but limited amount.. Thanks!!
Here is the link to learn more and register for what you desire: https://faithdrivenlife.lpages.co/df-daniel-fast-resources-2018/
Would like to join 2018 Daniel’s fast. I started today 7 January 2018. Would like to learn how to focus on God, have revelations and hear from God.
No, the Daniel Fast is totally plant-based. Vegetarian chili that is free of chemicals and sweeteners is allowed.
Can you eat turkey chilli on Daniel Fast
It all depends on the ingredients. Read the list of ingredients on the package (not the nutritional analysis). If the mustard is free of sweeteners and chemicals then it is okay.
Store bought mustard?