Heather Thomas

The Mindful Kitchen

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An environmental foodie on a holistic path, Heather Thomas is committed to creating change, encouraging a healthier relationship with nature, and transforming the way we eat. Part practical, part meditative, The Mindful Kitchen introduces you to a delicious feast of simple, nature-related rituals and recipes, bound to make your time in the kitchen more positive, focused, and mindful of the natural world around you.
Offering over 100 seasonal recipes, this healthy vegetarian cookbook encourages you to think about the effects your eating habits have on nature, and teaches you how to put more love and thought into how and what you eat every day.
A tasty beginner's guide to making more conscious food choices, bite-size philosophical notes, meaningful questions, joyful rituals and an abundant offering of vegetarian recipes are mindfully stirred together in this stunning new-wave recipe book.
With flavoursome dishes to tempt the curious and empowering rituals to add inspiration and awareness to your cooking routine, this is a must have staple for every kitchen library.
Ranging from a classic bubble and squeak, to a refreshing elderflower champagne, nourishing seasonal recipes include: Leek and Hazelnut RisottoPumpkin Coconut SoupPreserved PizzaZero Waste Veggie StockRhubarb and Lentil CurryOatmeal Honey BreadApple Cake Lasagne
… and many more!
Introducing fresh takes on old favourites, and new dishes to tickle the taste buds, there’s a recipe to help you connect with nature all year round
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Enjoyed this book? You might also be interested in Silo: The Zero Waste Blueprint and Mindful Thoughts for Cooks…
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240 printed pages
Original publication
2019

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