From Nina Simonds, a best-selling authority on Chinese cooking, comes this groundbreaking cookbook based on the Asian philosophy of food as health-giving.
The 200 delectable recipes in A Spoonful of Ginger not only taste superb but also have specific healing properties. It’s a question of balance: countering yin, or cooling, foods, with yang, or hot, foods, and neutralizers like rice and noodles.
From the exotic to the earthy, Simonds will convince you that you can enjoy marvelous food every day, relishing its good taste and knowing it is good for you.
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