This is an unusual cookbook; it not only gives recipes for food, but invites you to an exciting journey through the realm of ancient spiritual culture. The book introduces the traditions that underpin India’s famous vegetarian cuisine; with Vedic cooking techniques that allow you to feed not only the body but also the soul and mind. The first four chapters deal with Vedic philosophy and vegetarianism and how it relates to modern science and life. The next three chapters tell you about the utensils needed for cooking; what dishes are compatible as well as everything else about cooking, serving and enjoying Indian food. Here are 130 well-tested recipes with Hindi food names. 130 recipes: rice, dairy products, dahlias and soups, bread, vegetable dishes, snacks, chutney and smoothies, sweets, drinks.
The book contains colorful pictures.
Pages of the book: 272 pages.