The Living Kitchen: Organic Vegetarian Cooking for Family and Friends Hardcover – 20 Sep 2012
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'this book delivers countless inventive options for non-meat eaters in a charming and uncomplicated way.' -- Choice Magazine 'This is a very beautiful book and its author a wonderfully imaginative and artistic soul ... This book is about food, it is also about life and how we relate to the world. Amongst the many recipes there are stories of her childhood, of adult experiences about her understanding of life and about the way plants and nutrition should be understood. She is a devotee of biodynamic food and is able to explain in clear and accessible language the nature of a threefold plant and why it is important to prepare a meal in such a way that a balance of root, leaf and flower/seed is always included ... Most recipe books sit on the shelf till they are needed. This one can be read through almost like a novel. It is an excellent read for anyone wishing to bring new life and interest to the magic of cooking and food preparation.' -- Bernard Jarman, former Executive Director of the Biodynamic Agricultural Association 'I would recommend the book to existing Moosewood and whole-food fans, plus anyone who receives an organic fruit and vegetable box or grows their own fruit and veg.' -- We Don't Eat Anything With a Face blog 'The Living Kitchen is Jutka Harstein's celebration of good health and deliciousness, overflowing with easy-to-follow recipes: a bountiful resource for your kitchen.' -- OM Yoga
About the Author
Jutka (Judith) Harstein Cohn was born a Hungarian in Transylvania (Romania). She emigrated to Israel in 1974 at the age of twenty-one, and taught English in high schools. After discovering anthroposophy, she moved to Forest Row in England where learned more about Rudolf Steiner and cooked for people with disabilities. Since her return to Israel, she has managed the organic, vegetarian restaurant at Kibbutz Harduf, and she lectures on nutrition in Waldorf schools.
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The recipes are pretty fine too !