The Tao of food

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Sterling Pub., 1999 - Cooking - 128 pages
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Take the key principles from the 3,000-year-old philosophy of Taoism. Combine them with more than 70 delectable recipes, including soups, salads, meat dishes, rice dishes, vegetables, and desserts. Add complete ingredients lists, instructions, cooking times, and "best season to serve" advice. The result: a recipe for better living. As you turn mealtime into a mind-enlightening experience, you will also discover the significant benefits that come from a healthier and more balanced way of being. The Tao of Food is one cookbook that may just change your life!

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
7
Healing Foods
22
Cooking and Karma
39
The Tao of Eating
52
The Tao of Meat and Poultry
65
The Tao of Rice
84
The Tao of Puddings and Desserts
110
Drinks
124
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About the author (1999)

Richard Craze is the author of a number of books on feng shui including Feng Shui Made Easy and Feng Shui for Beginners. Roni Jay is a professional writer with an interest in spiritual matters. She is the author of Feng Shui for Cats as well as Mystic Cats, Sacred Flowers, Gardens of the Spirit and Teach Yourself Mythology. Roni is a passioniate gardener and has recently restored an ancient walled garden at her home in Devon; both authors live in the United Kingdom.

Roni Jay is a freelance writer who has written many articles and texts for books and videos. Her previous titles include "Mystic Cats," "Feng Shui for Cats" and "Mythology," She lives in Devon, England.

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