Claudia Nicole brings you into her home and reveals and reveals in this memoir how she and her husband attempt a plant-based diet. Through her compelling personal journey, she shows how learning how to eat healthy can be confusing and challenging, yet rewarding. An advocate of keeping a journal, she provides journalling tips for others following a new diet. 26 Days is also a witty narrative that is not just her own story, but also features personal stories and wisdom of others, from Anthony Bourdain, CNN’s host of Parts Unknown; Martin Lindstrom, a leading consultant to major corporations on marketing strategies; and Dr.T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., the scientist behind the documentary, Forks Over Knives and author of The China Study, also a compelling argument for a plant based diet. Claudia Nicole shares 45 easy-to-follow recipes throughout this book, which builds an inspiring case for keeping life simple while staying healthy.
This concise book written by a 20 year wine industry veteran gives wine enthusiasts an inside look into the industry that creates the product they enjoy. It gives them this inside perspective from the outside of the package, the wine’s label. All required and non-required items that appear on US wine labels are explained to further the casual to serious wine drinkers enjoyment and understanding.
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Plan Simple Meals is a “textbook” for healthy families. It is designed to help all moms streamline their time in the kitchen so they can create good food with lots of joy!
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Step back in time and dine on the family recipes of Leo Tolstoy, one of the world’s preeminent vegetarians and the author of War and Peace and Anna Karenina.
Learn the recipes of one of history’s most famous writers and vegetarians in Leo Tolstoy: A Vegetarian’s Tale . Featuring the writer’s original recipes as interpreted by renowned modern-day chef, this book is guaranteed to provide you with some of the best-tasting meat-free meals you’ve ever cooked!
Leo Tolstoy was a trendsetter. He was one of the most important and prolific writers of his time—his novels, like Anna Karenina and War and Peace , are still being taught in schools and adapted for the screen. But he was also one of the first widely known vegetarians. Though a meat-eater early in his life, by the time he turned 50 he’d decided it was immoral for someone to kill on his behalf just so he could enjoy a slab of beef for lunch. He became an ovo-lacto vegetarian, but because of the time in which he lived it was up to him (and particularly his lovely wife, Sofia) to create vegan and vegetarian recipes that would both taste good and keep him healthy.
Now, for the first time ever, Tolstoy’s mouth-watering, meat-free meals have been collected in Leo Tolstoy: A Vegetarian’s Tale . This book features vegan and vegetarian recipes from Tolstoy’s wife. Sophia Tolstoy’s 1874 “Cookery Book”, which was compiled for her by her brother from her diaries, provides a rich tapestry of the Tolstoy family’s dining habits.
The recipes range from homemade Macaroni and Cheese to Potatoes a la Maître D’Hôtel, with plenty of tasty options in between (including family specialties you can’t find anywhere else, such as Tolstoy’s Herbal Liqueur). Many of the original versions of the recipes lacked exact descriptions of ingredients and cooking times, but the recipes were edited by chef de cuisine at some of Moscow’s best fine-dining restaurants to insert the missing elements to make the meals you prepare as delicious as possible. So whether you’re looking for a modern revision on a classic or the original recipe right from the 1800’s, you’re guaranteed to find a meal you’ll love.
The book contains not only original recipes from Tolstoy and his family; it also includes diary entries written by his wife Sofia, his children, and others who stayed at his estate. These fascinating passages help illuminate the famous writer’s day-to-day life.
If you’re a Tolstoy fan, then this book is a revealing must-have that sheds new light on this timeless writer’s life. Whether you are a vegetarian, vegan, foodie, literary major, or Tolstoy fan, you will enjoy reading and creating these recipes for yourself, friends and family.
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