Hazelnuts get a bad rap in America, and I can understand why. They’re often found in cheap,
packaged nut mixes that are years old and, consequently, rancid. This is a shame, because a fresh
hazelnut is a delight to behold.
Someone asked me why we were doing coffees in this book. Truth is, coffee drinkers love their joe, and a little bit of caffeine is good—and energizing—for the brain’s opamine receptors.
Ginger is one of your best friends during chemo, both for its flavor, which can spark even the most jaded
taste buds, and for its tummy-soothing properties.
I know it says bison here, but that lean meat (bison=buffalo) is really just a great excuse to hold
a mushroom-a-palooza while getting a load of brain-boosting B12.