By Mercé Passola, Edgard Viladevall
Uncooked cooking is a kind of consuming nutrients lively and food, which includes beautiful flavors, aromas, and textures so one can satisfaction our 5 senses, quite our palate.
With culinary suggestions that preserve and maximize the foodstuff teams of end result, greens, nuts, seeds and grains, seaweeds, mushrooms, and highly spiced and fragrant herbs, artistic uncooked Cooking deals an international of hazard with a purpose to get pleasure from consuming whereas additionally being health-conscious.
The result's dishes that permit us to benefit from the purity and the nuances of every element. during this ebook, you'll find:
Lists of easy uncooked ingredients
How to arrange your kitchen with the required tools
How to press, minimize, macerate, develop, ferment, and dry the ingredients
How so as to add your personal contact to the dishes
And greater than one hundred twenty recipes for all tastes: lotions and soups, salads, sauces, breads, cheeses, crackers, goodies, shakes, and extra!
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