This is the perfect book to read at the beginning of the year. The recipes seem so innovative, creative and new and the text that goes along with them only deepens the reading experience. Having said this, there are some ingredients that will not seem familiar. In my opinion, many of these recipes call for an open, inquisitive and adventurous home chef. I may not be the cook who experiences all of these recipes firsthand in my kitchen but I am someone who would like to be. This book, for me, is like a waking dream. I can imagine myself, surrounded by friends in the kitchen….stirring, inhaling, anticipating. So if this book is more of a piece of fiction than a work that will become part of my autobiography, it will still feed me.
When you first flick through a cookbook and your mouth starts watering, you know you have to have the book. Well set out, with explanations of ingredients and flavours, it set out to educate that being vegan is not that hard or uninspiring, but is tasty and healthy. The recipes are easy to follow and don’t require hours of prep, the photographs just jump out and say “eat me”. What a wonderful way to live – I think I am converted to add more vegan dishes to my diet.
- Title: Cooking for the Senses: Vegan Neurogastronomy
- Autor: Gregor Law
- Publisher (Publication Date): Singing Dragon (February 21, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: | 1848193009
- ISBN-13: | 978-1848193000
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