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Living Shojin Ryori

Author : Danny Chu
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Simple, healthful and vegetarian, shojin ryori originated from Japanese Zen temples and is beloved today for its exquisite flavours, creativity and regard for ingredient, provenance and beauty. Following the success of his previous book, Shojin Ryori: The Art of Japanese Vegetarian Cuisine, chef Danny Chu of Enso Kitchen demonstrates once again the versatility and sophistication of the cuisine. With clearly written step-by-step instructions and insightful cooking tips, he brings the bounties of each season to the home kitchen and shows how satisfying, everyday meals can be made with ease, elegance and pleasure.

Living Shojin Ryori

Author : Danny Chu
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Simple, healthful and vegetarian, shojin ryori originated from Japanese Zen temples and is beloved today for its exquisite flavors, creativity and regard for ingredient provenance and beauty. Following the success of his previous book, Shojin Ryori: The Art of Japanese Vegetarian Cuisine, chef Danny Chu of Enso Kitchen demonstrates once again the versatility and sophistication of the cuisine. With clearly written step-by-step instructions and insightful cooking tips, he brings the bounties of each season to the home kitchen and shows how satisfying, everyday meals can be made with ease, elegance and pleasure.

Shojin Ryori A Japanese Vegetarian Cookbook

Author : Danny Chu
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Shojin ryori is the art of Japanese vegetarian cuisine that originated from the Japanese Zen temples, but is today widely popular all over the world for its healthful and well-balanced meals prepared without meat, fish, eggs or dairy products. With clearly written step-by-step instructions and insightful cooking tips, chef Danny Chu of Enso Kitchen will show you how to transform simple, readily available ingredients into creative, flavourful and satisfying shojin ryori meals in your home kitchen.

Grandma s Shojin Ryori

Author : iori Akemi&Satsuki
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Shojin cooking is a meal that has been passed down by Japanese monks. It mainly uses vegetables and grains and does not use meat, seafood, gokun (five acrid or strong smelling vegetables, including onion, scallion, chives and garlic) nor alcohol. The spirit of Shojin cooking lies in the Zen mind of ahimsa (no killing) and appreciation of the food rather than a strict vegetarian diet. This book will show you fun, cheerful and simple recipes made by grandmas, including traditional breakfast, lunch, dinner, special meals for gathering, rice bowl dishes, ramen noodles and desserts. Even beginners can enjoy the rich and flavorful meals as they allow using infertile eggs, milk and sugar. We made this book by collecting the recipes they teach during their Shojin cooking lessons. If you want to enjoy mealtime and learn healthy Japanese cooking, this is the book for you. Don’t hesitate to try these recipes; anyone can make delicious food easily with this book.

Simply Natural Health

Author : Juliet Kelly- Wong
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Whether it’s the common cold, allergies or a persistent skin condition, natural therapist Juliet Kelly-Wong opens us to the world of natural alternative treatments that have changed her life, with the ultimate goal to restore the natural balance inside all of us and set us on the path to good health. Combining wisdom and remedies from East and West in the forms of acupressure, aromatherapy, foods as medicine and the Bach flower remedies, this book is a comprehensive guide to alternative sources of healing and treatments. These simple and effective methods have helped humankind fight common ailments for centuries.

Veggiyana

Author : Sandra Garson
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Describes inspiring methods for preparing and serving wholesome vegetarian meals while incorporating uplifting wisdom that can inform a culinary practice, in a volume of 108 simple recipes from around the world that includes advice about the strategic application of herbs and spices. Original.

Kansha

Author : Elizabeth Andoh
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Presents an introduction to Japanese vegetarian cooking, focusing on how to include fresh in-season produce in recipes, make use of scraps for environmental benefits, and create healthful, nutritious dishes.

Look Japan

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Shanghai in 12 Dishes

Author : Leanne Kitchen
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So many places to visit, so many delicious things to eat. Where to start, in a strange, new city? These nifty guides take visitors through the potentially bewildering process of finding authentic eats, across a variety of destinations. With a focus on what to eat, as much as where to eat, IN 12 DISHES will appeal to food-centric travellers who desire meaningful dining experiences across the gamut. The core assumption is that travellers want to plunge headfirst into local staples - iconic dishes that define a place. They want pad thai in Bangkok, bun cha in Hanoi, pao mo in Xi'an, shojin ryori in Kyoto and assam laksa in Penang. But ... where to find the best? Highlighting12 must-eat dishes, with meaty information on where to find them, there's more than enough to give travellers the food heads-up. Depending on the city, there will also be features on cooking schools, regional restaurants, great cafes, food markets, day trips, walking tours and local eating etiquette. Gorgeously photographed and written in a snappy, engaging style, in 12 dishes is the indispensable guide for food-obsessed travellers. Shanghai dazzling modernity. Enduring customs. Futuristic architecture. Art deco edifices. Cutting-edge couture. Traditional Chinese values. Ramshackle back streets. Blingy retail. Pre-dawn tai-chi. All night night-life. Michelin-starred chefs. Centuries-old food-ways. If one city has it all, it's Shanghai, the engine-room of China's super-star economy. Walk just a few blocks and you'll see everything from chi-chi young things shopping for the latest designer threads, to street-food vendors hawking rustic fare from humble mobile carts. Shanghai is exhilarating, dynamic and endlessly fascinating. But, when you're hungry, where do you start in a city with so much on its menu? Let Shanghai in 12 dishes be your essential dining primer, profiling twelve essential dishes, and a raft of places to find them. Plus, you'll get the heads-up on some world-class cafes, a day-trip itinerary, how to graze through iconic food streets, the low-down on the legandary hairy crab and much more besides. There's even a recipe or two. Welcome to eating like a local, Shanghai style!

Information Bulletin

Author : Japan. Gaimushō. Jōhō Bunkakyoku
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Nipponia

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EastWest

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Old Kyoto

Author : Diane Durston
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A travelogue-cum-guidebook, useful for the traveller seeking to find the 'real Kyoto'. It focuses on the family establishments that have been active for generations. In the old shops and inns that continue to thrive on the narrow backstreets, the visitor may glimpse the old way of life. There are also dozens of maps and photographs. Kyoto is recognised as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is also the repository of traditional Japanese culture: still very much alive here. Now, completely updated and revised, this lovingly written

Kyoto Machiya Restaurant Guide

Author : Judith Clancy
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Machiya, or townhouses, are traditional wooden dwellings in Kyoto that evoke the elegance and culture of Japan's old capital with their architectural details, beautiful gardens, and intimate rooms. Many have been converted into restaurants to create unforgettable dining experiences. Enjoying healthy food in a historic, traditional Kyoto environment is a rare pleasure. Here are some 130 restaurant listings (food, decor, hours, addresses, prices, maps, and index) and a photographic guide to machiya architecture, culture, and aesthetics. Judith Clancy has lived in Japan since 1970 and is the author of Exploring Kyoto. Ben Simmons is a Japan-based photographer.

Peopled Azimuth

Author : Sandip Tagore
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The Author Stayed In Japan For Over Three Decades And Belongs To The Tagore House And Shares With Readers His Interesting, Quaint And Unforgetable Experiences Of His Stay There. Divided Into 30 Small Chapters- Contains 55 Photos, Sketches, Portraits By The Author And Cartoons. Without Dustjacket.

Zen for Cats

Author : Henry Beard
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Presents a complete guide to Buddhism feline style, covering such topics as Horigami, the art of messing up important papers by sitting on them, and Shojin Ryori, macrobiotic food for cats

Japan Quarterly

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Third International Food Congress

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Author : 田中好夫
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Frommer s Japan

Author : Beth Reiber
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Frommer's Japan is the premier guide to this fascinating destination, offering an authoritative introduction to the nations culture and history, accompanied by a wealth of logistical advice, etiquette tips, and detailed color maps to help travelers find their way. This new edition provides detailed walking directions to every sight mentioned and a user-friendly glossary of Japanese phrasesaccompanied by a Japanese character guide that helps readers recognize establishment names. In addition to reviewing the top business hotels and expense-account restaurants, our author has rounded up the best affordable and moderately priced hotels and restaurants throughout the country, so there are choices galore for any budget. Frommers is there every step of the way to help travelers discover the scenic wonders, intriguing cultural experiences, and dazzling cities of the Land of the Rising Sun.