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I was tempted by this cookery books as it, as had its predecessor (Persiana) been met with great praise. I am a big fan of Yotam Ottolenghi and hoped that this would add to my expanding middle eastern recipes. There are some fabulous looking and inventive salads that I will definitely try, but I preferred Yotam's Plenty. It is a beautifully photographed book and I passed to a friend who seemed very pleased with it, but has yet not cooked from it.
Great looking book but be wary that in a fair few cases the balance of ingredients isn't correct. As and example both the Asparagus dish and the Kale dish have far too much of some ingredients. Preserved Lemon in the first case and Kale in the second. Go with your gut and tweak where needed.
99p on kindle is pretty good value, not sure there’s much in here to get excited about that I would either male regularly or haven’t seen a similar version of before. How many cook books do we really need?