Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day [EPUB]

Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day [EPUB]
Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Baking Revolution Continues with 90 New, Delicious and Easy Recipes Made with Gluten-Free Flours by Jeff Hertzberg, Zoë François
2014 | EPUB | 20.21MB

The bestselling authors of the groundbreaking Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day bring you a new cookbook with 90 delicious, entirely gluten-free bread recipes made from easy-to-find ingredients.

With more than half a million copies of their books in print, Jeff Hertzberg, MD and Zoë François have proven that people want to bake their own bread, so long as they can do it quickly and easily. But what about people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity? They want to eat well too, but gluten is everywhere: in cakes, pastas, desserts, gravy―even in beer and Scotch whiskey. But the thing they miss most? Bread.

Based on overwhelming requests from their readers, Jeff Hertzberg and Zoë François have returned to their test kitchens to create an entirely gluten-free bread cookbook―most of the recipes that readers loved in Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day appear here in a gluten-free version. In just five minutes a day of active preparation time, you can create delectable, gluten-free Sandwich loaves. European Peasant Bread, 100% Whole Grain Loaves, French Baguettes, Crock Pot Bread, Caraway "Rye" Bread, Challah, and even fabulous dessert breads like Brioche, Doughnuts, and Sticky Pecan Caramel Rolls.

Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day extends their revolutionary stored-dough method to yeasted and unleavened breads made without wheat, barley, or rye. With 90 recipes―plus 100 black-and-white instructional photos and 40 gorgeous color images―the authors adopt the rich palette of world breads to their unique method. With this revolutionary approach, you CAN have mouthwatering gluten-free artisan bread in just five minutes a day!

The Future of Post-Human Culinary Art [PDF]

The Future of Post-Human Culinary Art [PDF]
The Future of Post-Human Culinary Art: Towards a New Theory of Ingredients and Techniques by Peter Baofu
2012 | PDF | 4.27MB

Is culinary art really so exact that, as Delia Smith once wrote, “cooking is an exact art and not some casual game”? (BQ 2012) This exact view of cooking can be contrasted with an opposing observation by Tom Jaine, when he argued that, “if cooking becomes an art form rather than a means of providing a reasonable diet, then something is clearly wrong.” (BQ 2012a)

Contrary to these opposing views (and other ones as will be discussed in the book), culinary art, in relation to both ingredients and techniques, is neither possible or impossible, nor desirable or undesirable, to the extent that the respective ideologues on different sides would like us to believe.

Needless to say, this challenge to the opposing views of cooking does not mean that culinary art has no practical value, or that those interdisciplinary fields (related to culinary art) like food science, nutritional economics, food chemistry, food aesthetics, the ethics of killing for food, molecular gastronomy, food rheology, food photography, Shechita, the science of aphrodisiacs, and so on, are unimportant. Of course, neither of these extreme views is reasonable.

Rather, this book offers an alternative, better way to understand the future of culinary art, especially in the dialectic context of ingredients and techniques—while learning from different approaches in the literature but without favoring any one of them or integrating them, since they are not necessarily compatible with each other. More specifically, this book offers a new theory (that is, the inquisitive theory of culinary art) to go beyond the existing approaches in a novel way.

If successful, this seminal project is to fundamentally change the way that we think about culinary art in relation to ingredients and techniques from the combined perspectives of the mind, nature, society, and culture, with enormous implications for the human future and what the author originally called its “post-human” fate.

Vegetarian Comfort Foods [EPUB]

Vegetarian Comfort Foods [EPUB]
Vegetarian Comfort Foods: The Happy Healthy Gut Guide to Delicious Plant-Based Cooking by Jennifer Browne
2015 | EPUB | 22.23MB

The Happy Healthy Gut Guide to Delicious Plant-Based Cooking

More than seventy-five recipes to nourish your body and soul

Food is the mind and body’s single-most important form of nourishment. Our bodies’ capacity for growth and repair directly correlates to the fuel we put into it, and food is that fuel. By eating mindfully, we can not only steer the course of our health to reach its peak, but enjoy the ride along the way. After a decade-long struggle with IBS, Jennifer Brown discovered that the path to health is no further than the walk to the refrigerator. Vegetarian Comfort Foods couples the healing power of whole, plant-based, mindfully-chosen food with creative recipes to please our palates and diminish our ailments. Starting with the necessary kitchen tools, pantry prerequisites, and cleansing instructions, the foundation is set for more than seventy-five recipes, such as:

  • Berry-Rhubarb Smoothie
  • Banana Walnut Pancakes
  • Roasted Squash with Apple and Eggplant
  • Warm Steamed Green Salad
  • Tangy Lentil Salad
  • Thai Red Curry
  • Sweet & Sour Tofu Stir-Fry
  • Pink Salt Brownies
  • Chocolate Chia Pudding
  • And many more!
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