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Download The Joy of Soy: 75 Delicious Ways to Enjoy Nature's Miracle Food epub

by Dana Jacobi

Sumptuous Recipes for Today's Miracle Food!Long a staple of vegetarian diets, soy has emerged as a food of choice for many health-conscious cooks and diners. Soy helps lower cholesterol, prevent heart disease, and ease the discomforts of menopause. At the same time, soy can also be the cornerstone of many delicious recipes. The Joy of Soy proves just how versatile—and flavorful—soyfoods can be. Expert cook Dana Jacobi breaks new ground, offering soy dishes that are delectable, international, and absolutely divine! You'll discover dozens of recipes for cooking soyfoods every meal, every day, such as:·Chocolate Pancakes ·Sun-Dried Tomato Dip ·Red Curried Tofu ·Spinach Pesto ·Miso Mashed Potatoes ·Chocolate Silk Pie ·The Best Tofu Cheesecake in the World ·And more! "I'm impressed with Dana Jacobi's recipes—they bring the soybean to life in mouth-watering, satisfying, delicious combinations."—Ken Hom, author of Asian Vegetarian Feast, Ken Hom's Asian Ingredients, and Ken Hom's Quick & Easy Chinese Cookery"Dana is both a superb cook and an expert on soyfoods. You will love these creative, delicious recipes. This book is inspired."—William Shurtleff, coauthor of The Book of Tofu and founder of the Soyfoods Center
Download The Joy of Soy: 75 Delicious Ways to Enjoy Nature's Miracle Food epub
ISBN: 0761522964
ISBN13: 978-0761522966
Category: Cookbooks
Subcategory: Cooking by Ingredient
Author: Dana Jacobi
Language: English
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles; 1 edition (March 16, 2000)
Pages: 256 pages
ePUB size: 1744 kb
FB2 size: 1721 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 415
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I'm going to have to throw in a dissenting opinion here--I can't recommend this book because most soy foods are NOT REALLY GOOD FOR YOU! The only soy foods that are truly nutritious are the properly fermented ones: tempeh, miso, natto, shoyu and tamari. (A "Joy of Soy" cookbook built around these 5 only would be great!) ALL OTHER SOYFOODS contain numerous anti-nutrients...they just aren't good for you. My advice is to contact the Weston A. Price Foundation ([...]) and get a copy of "The Ploy of Soy," by Sally Fallon.
I found the recipes tasty, but there is no nutritional information for any of the recipes. I will probably not use this book very often because of this.