LandMarks Magazine  

January 2004 Table of Contents


Food for Life
By Anna Schultz

“Grains, fruits, nuts, and vegetables constitute the diet chosen for us by our Creator



“Grains, fruits, nuts, and vegetables constitute the diet chosen for us by our Creator.  These foods, prepared in as simple and natural a manner as possible, are the most healthful and nourishing.  They impart a strength, a power of endurance, and a vigor of intellect, that are not afforded by a more complex and stimulating diet.

“But not all foods, wholesome in themselves, are equally suited to our needs under all circumstances.  Care should be taken in the selection of food.  Our diet should be suited to the season, to the climate in which we live, and to the occupation we follow.  Some foods that are adapted for use at one season or in one climate are not suited to another.  So there are different foods best suited for persons in different occupations.  Often food that can be used with benefit by those engaged in hard physical labor is unsuitable for persons who follow sedentary pursuits.  God has given us an ample variety of healthful foods, and each person should choose from it the things that experience and sound judgment prove to be best suited to his own necessities. . . .

“Persons who have accustomed themselves to a rich, highly stimulating diet, have an unnatural taste, and they can not at once relish food that is plain and simple.  It will take time for the taste to become natural, and for the stomach to recover from the abuse it has suffered.  But those who persevere in the use of wholesome food will, after a time, find it palatable.  Its delicate and delicious flavors will be appreciated, and it will be eaten with greater enjoyment than can be derived from unwholesome dainties.  And the stomach, in a healthy condition, neither fevered nor overtaxed, can readily perform its task.”  Life and Health, July 1, 1905.




Green Pea Soup

6 cups boiling water                                   1 1/2 cups water

32 oz package frozen green peas              3/4 cup raw cashews

1 medium onion, finely chopped               1 teaspoon garlic powder

2 teaspoons salt (optional)


Add peas, onion, and seasonings to boiling water.  Return to boiling and cook for 2 minutes.  Blend cashews in 1 1/2 cups water until very smooth.  Blend cooked peas and onion (with water) until creamy.  Stir the blended cashews and pea mixture together.  Serve immediately.


Happy Cooking!


Submitted by
Anna Schultz


A member of the LandMarks editorial staff, Anna Schultz enjoys cooking and trying new recipes in her home near Sedalia, Colorado.  She may be contacted by e-mail at:


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