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Vegetarian Vol. 5 (Recipes for Home & Restaurant)

Vegetarian Vol. 5 (Recipes for Home & Restaurant)

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Lunghezza: 72 pagine17 minuti

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Vegetable only cooking is very interesting, as well as an exciting way to stretch our creative thinking.
When I talk to my vegetables, they talk back to me. Often they tell me how they would like to be prepared; so they can deliver maximum flavour and nutrition back to me.

For example, my granny would cook, or simmer, her vegetables in boiling water for more than an hour. She would then strain the nutrients down the drain and dish up the pulp! In my opinion, dead vegetables have no place on the dinner-room table.

Raw is always better, but not possible with some varieties. In these cases, I lightly roast, bake, boil or stir-fry my veggies. Of course you can use the microwave - but again this is just a faster way to send your veggies to heaven! Microwaves tend to deplete the veggies of the essential nutrients that keep us energised and alive.

If you need a quick twist to your potatoes, I suggest you try my Creamy Mustard & Fennel Potatoes.

In any event, have fun in your kitchen and enjoy the short spurts of quality time you have with your vegetables.

All the best for now.

Nadine Lloyd
(Recipes for Home & Restaurant)

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Vegetarian Vol. 5 (Recipes for Home & Restaurant)

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Inizia a leggere

Informazioni sul libro

Vegetarian Vol. 5 (Recipes for Home & Restaurant)

Lunghezza: 72 pagine17 minuti

Descrizione

Vegetable only cooking is very interesting, as well as an exciting way to stretch our creative thinking.
When I talk to my vegetables, they talk back to me. Often they tell me how they would like to be prepared; so they can deliver maximum flavour and nutrition back to me.

For example, my granny would cook, or simmer, her vegetables in boiling water for more than an hour. She would then strain the nutrients down the drain and dish up the pulp! In my opinion, dead vegetables have no place on the dinner-room table.

Raw is always better, but not possible with some varieties. In these cases, I lightly roast, bake, boil or stir-fry my veggies. Of course you can use the microwave - but again this is just a faster way to send your veggies to heaven! Microwaves tend to deplete the veggies of the essential nutrients that keep us energised and alive.

If you need a quick twist to your potatoes, I suggest you try my Creamy Mustard & Fennel Potatoes.

In any event, have fun in your kitchen and enjoy the short spurts of quality time you have with your vegetables.

All the best for now.

Nadine Lloyd
(Recipes for Home & Restaurant)

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