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Japan Vegetarian Cookbook

Japan Vegetarian Cookbook

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Code: BK-6279

250 delicious, healthy vegetarian Japanese recipes for home cooks.

In this collection of new recipes, Nancy Singleton Hachisu, the most authoritative voice in Japanese home cooking today, showcases Japanese vegetarian dishes, bringing the exquisite flavours of the nation’s elegant cuisine to those who follow a plant-based diet or want to lower the amount of fish and meat they eat.

Recipes are divided by cooking style – dressed, vinegared, deep-fried, simmered, steamed, stir-fried, grilled, pickled, and sweet – alongside which Hachisu shares her expert knowledge of the ingredients, culture, and traditions of this unique culinary style.

Hardback
270 × 180mm Diameter
368 pages

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Nancy Singleton Hachisu is a native Californian who has lived with her Japanese farmer husband in Saitama prefecture since 1988. She is the James Beard Award-winning author of five books, including Japan: The Vegetarian Cookbook and Japan: The Cookbook. Hachisu has written for The Art of Eating, Lucky Peach, Saveur, Food & Wine, Travel & Leisure, National Geographic Food, and BBC Travel, and she participated in the ‘Salt’ episode of the Netflix series Salt Fat Acid Heat.

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