Asian Greens: A Full-Color Guide, Featuring 75 Recipes

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Macmillan, Nov 3, 2001 - Cooking - 112 pages
Finally, a cook's guide to the delicious, nutritious, and slightly mysterious asian produce that crops up in grocery stores and corner markets everywhere--water spinach, chinese broccoli, bok choi, kohlrabi, lemon grass, kaffir lime, and more. Comperhensive, lively, and spanning Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, and other cuisines, this book will become a trusted favorite for everyone who wants to bring these exciting flavors to their kitchen and table.

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This is very good niche cookbook. There's a nicely organized dictionary of asian greens with more common Western substitutes. The recipes are interesting, mostly healthy and can be made authenticly with a visit to an Asian grocery or with some home gardening. Nice photos too. Read full review

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