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Episode 241: Anna Jones, “A Modern Way To Eat”: On todays episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Anna Jones, a cook, writer, stylist, and vegetarian, only meant to cut out meat for a 6 week trial. Seven years later, shes still at it, and inspiring other to join in. In her cookbook, A Modern Way To Eat, Anna uses he

Episode 241: Anna Jones, “A Modern Way To Eat”: On todays episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Anna Jones, a cook, writer, stylist, and vegetarian, only meant to cut out meat for a 6 week trial. Seven years later, shes still at it, and inspiring other to join in. In her cookbook, A Modern Way To Eat, Anna uses he

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Episode 241: Anna Jones, “A Modern Way To Eat”: On todays episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Anna Jones, a cook, writer, stylist, and vegetarian, only meant to cut out meat for a 6 week trial. Seven years later, shes still at it, and inspiring other to join in. In her cookbook, A Modern Way To Eat, Anna uses he

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39 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jun 16, 2015
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Episodio podcast

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On todays episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Anna Jones, a cook, writer, stylist, and vegetarian, only meant to cut out meat for a 6 week trial. Seven years later, shes still at it, and inspiring other to join in. In her cookbook, A Modern Way To Eat, Anna uses her many years in London with Jamie Oliver as a chef and creative, as well as working with Yotam Ottolenghi, Sophie Dahl, the Fabulous Baker Brothers and more, to guide us through a vegetable based cuisine that can still be indulgent and delicious, make you feel and look good, leave you feeling light yet satisfied, help lighten the footprint on the planet, thats quick and was and wont cost the earth, and still impress your family and friends. From the Really Hungry Burger, which finally offers us a worthy veggie patty, to a more worldly approach with Turkish fried eggs, Dosa-spiced potato cakes, and Indonesian gado gado, Anna provides us with tutorials on how to make a great salad, variations on soups from the base up, all while elevating vegetable underdogs like turnips, chard, and rutabagas. You too may never turn back to your past eating habits. This program was brought to you by Bonnie Plants.
Pubblicato:
Jun 16, 2015
Formato:
Episodio podcast