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She attended the Glasgow School of Art, where she won a scholarship to study in Rome. But was withdrawn when she became engaged to Gordon Grant, whom she met through their mutual interest in music and married in In Doris Grant became ill with a severe rheumatic condition which would not respond to orthodox Born Doris Margaret Louise Cruikshank, she was educated at Banff Academy. In Doris Grant became ill with a severe rheumatic condition which would not respond to orthodox treatment.
Only after taking up Dr. Hay suggested that she write a book for the British market, and this was published in After the outbreak of war, Doris Grant wrote Feeding the Family in Wartime , which emphasised the importance of a balanced diet in a time of severe restrictions, and offered a selection of recipes. Two years later she published Your Daily Bread, the first of her bestsellers.
In addition to supplying recipes, this cited a wide variety of evidence about how beri-beri became prevalent in such places as Norway, Labrador and Java after white flour and other "civilised" foods became fashionable. Refined white bread, from which wheat germ had been removed, was a "murdered food", she concluded. Her groundbreaking book, Food Combining for Life, written with Jean Joice, has sold over a million copies and has been translated into 15 languages.
One of her most celebrated achievements was the "Grant Loaf". To produce three of these loaves required 3 lb of stone-ground wholewheat flour; two pints of water; two teaspoons of salt; three teaspoons of Barbados sugar or, alternatively, a tablespoonful of honey ; and three teaspoon measures of dried yeast.
But the key element in the Grant Loaf was the result of an error which she made when she started to make her own bread: after several months Doris Grant realised that she had forgotten to knead her dough. She then conducted an experiment, using kneaded and unkneaded dough, in which her friends confirmed that the latter tasted best.
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