Martine Wittop Koning

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Martine Diederik Wittop Koning (1870–1963) was a Dutch nutrition expert and writer of cook books.[1] She was born in Goch, Germany and died in Huizen, The Netherlands.[2] She taught French as a young woman, but later started writing cook books and became a rather successful writer. Titles include Big vegetarian cook book (Dutch: Groot vegetarisch kookboek), The vegetarian dinner (Dutch:Het vegetarisch middagmaal), Vegetable salad recipes (Dutch: Rauwkost recepten), Our twelve o'clock lunch hour (Dutch:Ons twaalfuurtje), Food in children's homes (Dutch:Voeding in kindertehuizen) and In search of mushrooms (Dutch: Paddestoelen zoeken). She lived a long healthy life, spanning 93 years.[3]

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  1. ^ "Koning, Martina Diederik Wittop" (in Dutch). Huygens ING. Retrieved 16 November 2016.
  2. ^ "Elseviers top-50 van vrouwen die de twintigste eeuw maakten" (in Dutch). Alles op een rij . nl. 2008. Archived from the original on April 7, 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-26.
  3. ^ Toorn-Van Dam, Martine van den (1970). "De waarheid over het vegetarisme" (in Dutch) (3rd ed.). Emmen (Netherlands): Stichting De Ark (published 1974).