Cooking Sous Vide Richer Flavors – Bolder Colors – Better Nutrition

Cooking and Diets

Cooking Sous Vide: Richer Flavors – Bolder Colors – Better Nutrition by Thomas N. England
My Zero-Waste Kitchen: Easy Ways to Eat Waste Free by Kate Turner
The Little Book of Brunch by Caroline Craig, Sophie Missing
Food Can Fix It: The Superfood Switch to Fight Fat, Defy Ageing and Eat Your Way to Vibrant Health (UK Edition) by Dr. Mehmet Oz
Scandinavian Christmas by Trine Hahnemann

Cooking Sous Vide: Richer Flavors – Bolder Colors – Better Nutrition by Thomas N. England

English | October 11th, 2016 | ISBN: 1465453490, 9781465453495 | 194 pages | True PDF | 33.57 MB
Cooking Sous Vide is an approachable guide to the techniques involved in cooking sous vide. Sous Vide (which is French for “under vacuum”) is the process of cooking foods, like meats and vegetables, in sealed bags submerged in a water bath that is maintained at a constant temperature.
The result is food that is cooked nearly perfectly because of precise temperature control that virtually eliminates the possibility of over- or under-cooking food. The slow, controlled method of sous vide results in meats and vegetables that have a much more delicate texture than if being cooked at high temperatures.
Cooking Sous Vide covers the basics of how sous vide works, buying the right equipment, how to season sous vide foods, and how to cook sous vide safely while achieving optimum results. Over 70 recipes, many with beautiful color photos of the finished dish, will be featured throughout.

My Zero-Waste Kitchen: Easy Ways to Eat Waste Free by Kate Turner

English | February 7th 2017 | ISBN: 1465462295, 9781465462299 | 74 pages | True PDF | 21.26 MB
Learn how to reduce food waste with quick tips and simple solutions in My Zero-waste Kitchen.
Live sustainably and embrace the three R’s: reduce, reuse, and recycle. In My Zero-waste Kitchen, find creative and unexpected ways to eliminate trash, save money, and give leftovers a new life. Plus, learn to grow your own vegetables and herbs from scraps, and nourish your plants with compost.
With 15 nutritious and versatile recipes in which nothing goes to waste, this guide shares the secrets to smart shopping, meal planning, and the nutritional value of often-discarded food products. Turn beetroot peelings into delicious falafel, pesto, or a melt-in-your-mouth cake. Revive produce nearing the end of its shelf life with “flexi” recipes-for risotto, stir-fry, smoothies, and more.
The tips and tricks in My Zero-waste Kitchen show how easy it is to live more sustainably without making a complete lifestyle change.

The Little Book of Brunch by Caroline Craig, Sophie Missing

English | April 13th, 2017 | ASIN: B01DTQYXDQ, ISBN: 1910931446 | 94 pages | EPUB | 42.46 MB
Eggs, avocado, bacon, bagels – the roll-call of delicious ingredients shows why brunch is by far the best meal of the day.
The Little Book of Brunch features a selection of the world’s best ever brunch recipes, ranging from Middle Eastern Shakshuka to traditional English Savouries, from simple Baked Eggs to indulgent Brioche French Toast. Whether you’re in the mood to make something sweet or savoury, speedy or slow, these easy and adaptable recipes are everything a meal should be, whatever the time of day.

Food Can Fix It: The Superfood Switch to Fight Fat, Defy Ageing and Eat Your Way to Vibrant Health (UK Edition) by Dr. Mehmet Oz

English | 26 Sept. 2017 | ISBN: 1788170199 | EPUB | 368 pages | 69.8 MB
What if you had an effortless way to improve your mood, heal your body, lose weight and feel fantastic? What if a cure for everything from fatigue to stress to chronic pain lay at your fingertips? In his ground-breaking new book, Dr Oz reveals how, with every meal, snack and bite, we hold the solution to our health problems.
In a world of endless choices, determining what to eat and when to eat it can seem overwhelming. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way. In Food Can Fix It, Dr Oz lays out a simple, easy-to-follow 28-day blueprint for harnessing the healing power of food. Through simple modifications and a meal plan filled with nutrient-rich superfoods, readers will kickstart weight loss, improve their energy, decrease inflammation and prevent or alleviate a host of other common conditions all without medication.
Loaded with quick tips on everything from when to pour that first cup of coffee to choosing the right mid-day snack, Food Can Fix It is the ultimate field guide to eating in a modern lifestyle, and the ticket to living your best life, starting today.

Scandinavian Christmas by Trine Hahnemann

English | September 21, 2017 | ISBN: 1787130916 | EPUB | 144 pages | 11.7 MB
In Scandinavia the whole period of Christmas, from the first Sunday in Advent to New Year’s Day, is marked by festivals and celebrated in traditional but beautifully contemporary style. Hygge, the Danish word for cosiness, is about being inside with candles, great comfort food and lots of cakes and sweets. The first week of December is baking week – enough has to be made to last the whole Christmas period. Jars of decorated cookies, gingerbread houses and clogs filled with little presents rub shoulders with simple wreaths, trees and tables decorated with white candles and fresh greenery.
Brunches, cocktail and tea parties, lunches and dinners are celebrated with a mixture of traditional goodies and delicious modern recipes. Duck and pork rule on Christmas Eve, fish, ham and seasonal vegetables on Christmas Day. Sweets, biscuits, puddings and other treats abound – all washed down with gluwein and fruity cocktails. In this glorious book, illustrated with evocative photographs, Trine Hahnemann provides a cornucopia of 70 Christmas recipes showing us how we, too, can decorate our homes and make delicious dishes to celebrate Christmas the Scandinavian way.

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