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An Indian Sense of Salad: Eat Raw, Eat More Paperback – 29 January 2018
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- Publisher : Penguin eBury Press (29 January 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 232 pages
- ISBN-10 : 014344025X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0143440253
- Item Weight : 544 g
- Dimensions : 17.53 x 1.27 x 22.61 cm
- Country of Origin : India
- Best Sellers Rank: #43,201 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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When I placed the order, I was expecting that this book will let me make salads with every day Indian ingredients. I was expecting some magic by which the mundane stuff that we buy from the local vegetable vendor can be turned into exotic salads.
But when I received the book and I started browsing through the recipes, I was feeling depressed seeing that most of the items required one or two ingredients that were alien to me. It did not appear to me that I could start making all those salads, right away.
But after a few days of trying out different things, with whatever ingredients I could find, I have finally reached the 'plain of reasoning'. I do now appreciate the book for many things :
- The author has sincerely attempted to fuse Indian ingredients into unique recipes that are really interesting.
- This book does inspire you to 'eat raw and eat more' as the title claims.
- It's OK if you do not have some of those exotic ingredients - just experiment with what you have, use the recipes as an outline and try variations - I wasn't disappointed.
- It was about time that someone introduced Indian vegetables and spices to salads - Indian cuisine does lack variety when it comes to Salads.
Overall - I do not regret the decision to buy this book. It did nudge me to make salads with local items, and it gave me more courage to experiment with unusual ingredients, and finally, we did increase the quantity of raw food that we consume on an average day.
I would love it if a 'volume 2' comes out with more of such recipes! :-)
By Subrat on 18 January 2021