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The Enlightened Kitchen: Fresh Vegetable Dishes from the Temples of Japan by Mari Fujii

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  • ISBN 10 4770024932
  • ISBN 13 9784770024930
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  • Published Jan 01 2006
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 112
  • Language English
  • Countries Japan, United States
  • Publisher Kodansha Europe Ltd
  • Imprint Kodansha International Ltd

Publishers Text

Brimming over with delicious recipes based on the centuries-old vegetarian cuisine of Japan's Buddhist temples, this book is a must for vegetarians, vegans, and anyone with an interest in healthy eating. In addition to mouthwatering recipes for soups, salads, tofu, beans, vegetables, rice, and desserts, the author teaches us the physical and spiritual benefits of using seasonal ingredients and following the flow of nature. In an age when processed, additive-laden foods are everywhere, readers will be surprised to find just how delicious the natural flavors of fresh vegetables can be.

Lavish full-color photographs, easy-to-follow instructions, and a wealth of information about the ingredients make it easy to bring the magic of Japan's temple cuisine into your own kitchen.

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