Feed the Beloved Soul

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About the author:

Kumud Gokani is the popular host of the long-running show Cooking with Kumud. She is passionate about vegetarian cooking and, most importantly, about preparing dishes with the magic ingredient of love. She has traveled the world and been fortunate enough to learn how to cook from her grandmothers, mother, mother-in-law, sisters, and many other dear friends who have imbued her with a sense of love, joy, and creativity in the kitchen.

Originally from India, Gokani has also spent many years in the United Kingdom and Kenya. She currently lives in Ashland, Oregon, with her husband and granddaughters.


Feed the Beloved Soul
 

Ayurvedic Vegetarian Cookbook

Authored by Kumud Gokani

Today’s busy lives need food that is balanced, healthy, beneficial to our bodies—and, of course, sublimely delicious.

Enter Feed the Beloved Soul with Ayurvedic Cooking: Indian Vegetarian Cuisine.

Author Kumud Gokani follows her extremely popular first book, Cooking with Kumud, with this extraordinary collection of authentic Indian family recipes. Prepared by vegetarian Indians every day, each dish is based on the health-giving and healing properties of Ayurveda.

In this lighthearted and easy-to-follow cookbook, Gokani discusses a variety of common Indian spices, the proper use of ingredients, and more, with a special emphasis on the most important component of all—love. She passes along years of cooking passion and knowledge to provide a relaxed means of learning how to cook the way real Indian families do, with recipes that include both vegan and gluten-free options.

Sprinkled with heartfelt anecdotes from the author’s life while living in a traditional Indian family, as well as in the West, this guide is the perfect addition to the kitchen of anyone who loves simple and delicious cuisine.




Publication Date:
2015-10-25
ISBN/EAN13:
1484855043 / 9781484855041
LCCN:
2015904811
Page Count:
314
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8" x 10"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White with Bleed
Related Categories:
Cooking / Regional & Ethnic / Indian & South Asian




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