Home Cooking and Diets

How to Eat Brilliantly Every Day


DOWNLOAD READ ONLINE NOW

English | ISBN: 1785035797 | 2017 | EPUB | 272 Pages | 51 MB

All you need to make stunning dishes everyday is the very best raw ingredients. So open up, celebrate flavour, cook more (and more simply), have fun and eat brilliantly!

If you love eating with the seasons, reducing food waste and whipping up creative, but simple to cook, dishes packed with flavour, this cookbook is for you!

Who knew that a celeriac could be made into the lightest fluffiest cous cous? Or that leafy carrot tops make a delicious herby dressing? And not forgetting sweet treats, watermelons make the most delicious thirst-quenching mojito ice-lollies, and dates and cinnamon are the perfect guilt-free combo in Spiced Gingerbread truffles.

Abel & Cole's recipes always find the fun in food, creating twists on classics dishes and making the most of seasonal bounty, from Asparagus and Egg Fried Quinoa, to Hake Burgers with Roast Garlic Mayo, Strawberry & Prosecco Jam, Broccoli Walnut Rarebit and Parsnip & Butterscotch Pudding - and plenty more in between!
DOWNLOAD READ ONLINE NOW

NEWER EBOOKS

Related Cooking and Diets Ebooks And Managines :

ADVERTISEMENT:

Blackwell Publishing | ISBN: 0632064781 | 2004-11-01 | 448 pages | PDF | 5 Mb This single-source reference draws together the current knowledge of the vitamins' biological properties in the context of human nutrition. Vitamins are co-enzymes, antioxidants or precursors of hormones and are therefore involved in a great many biochemical and physiological processes. They play a vital role in the maintenance of health, and there is evidence that dietary sources of vitamins have beneficial effects in the prevention of heart-related diseases, bone diseases and possibly cancer. Following introductory chapters on historical and nutritional aspects of vitamins, the next four chapters cover relevant and detailed aspects of physiology and functional anatomy, biochemistry, immunology and the regulation of protein synthesis by nuclear hormone receptors. These background chapters, supported by a glossary of terms, provide the scientific principles upon which vitamin functions are based. The following thirteen chapters deal with each vitamin in turn. Subject areas include chemical structure, intestinal absorption, transport, metabolism, biochemical and physiological actions, immunoregulatory properties, deficiency-related diseases and potential toxicity. An extensive bibliography refers the reader to the original research literature. Vitamins is aimed at nutritionists, biochemists, physiologists and physicians whether they be researchers, teachers or students. Food scientists, food technologists and many others working in the health professions will also find much of use and interest in the book. The inclusion of the theoretical principles in the background chapters makes the book an ideal starting point for those working outside the area who need a solid overview of the subject.




Copyright Disclaimer |Policy | Email Contact: info@NewFreeEbook.com