Eat Clean

Eat Clean

Wok Yourself to Health : A Revolutionary East-West Approach to Eating Well

Book - 2015
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Wok cooking is easy, speedy, nutritional, inexpensive and delicious. Forget your saucepan and roasting tin, Ching-He Huang's beautiful new recipe book shows you how you can Eat Clean and wok yourself to health

If you want to eat nutritional, tasty food but can never find the time, then this is the perfect cookery book for you. Drawing on her belief of the age-old principle of Yin and Yang, TV chef Ching-He Huang creates delicious fare for each mealtime which is specifically balanced in all these ways: food which is hassle free, good for you and which you'll enjoy!

With over 100 diverse recipes which are not only practical for every day but cater for every season, you'll find eating healthily is definitely no impediment to choice. From Honey Cinnamon Granola to Five Spiced Duck Breast with Orange and Pomegranate and Spiced Kaffir Pork Larb, you'll soon be cooking up nutritional dishes bursting with flavour for breakfast lunch and dinner.

For the time starved and health conscious who don't want to sacrifice on taste, you can now satisfy your hunger with Ching's revolutionary new book.

Publisher: London :, Thorsons, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers,, 2015, ©2015.
ISBN: 9780007426294
Branch Call Number: 641. 774 HUA
Characteristics: 207 pages : colour illustrations ; 23 cm

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MartinDani
Jul 24, 2018

One of the topics of the book could have been an interesting one: Healthy Chinese or East-Asian food recipes (stir-fry and wok cooking specifically). However I do think the author misses this particular topic somewhat. One example would be the spice listing in her "top 20 essential everyday ingredients to help eat clean": While she explicitly mentions turmeric and cumin, the book provides no recipes using the mentioned spices at all. At other places she talks generically about healthy ancient Chinese food traditions without really explaining anything. There are a few western "healthy" recipes in the book as well. But I find these recipes much better covered in other cooking books. On the positive side of things, the book does provide a few (wok) recipes that feel worthwhile to cook.

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