The Long Table Cookbook: Plant-based Recipes for Optimal Health by Amy SymingtonThe Long Table Cookbook: Plant-based Recipes for Optimal Health by Amy Symington

The Long Table Cookbook: Plant-based Recipes for Optimal Health

byAmy Symington

Paperback | October 5, 2019

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A nutritious diet is key to both the prevention and management of chronic illness, but to make us feel wonderful, it must also taste wonderful—and a meal shared with family and friends is even better. Grounded in this perspective, The Long Table Cookbookmakes the transition to a health-optimizing plant-based diet simple and satisfying, featuring over seventy-five recipes along with the latest evidence-based nutritional advice, meal planning suggestions and tips for hosting community gatherings.

Chef Amy Symington and The Long Table Cookbook team have put a gourmet spin on healthy ingredients with recipes that are made to share. Readers won’t be able to resist flavourful dishes like Watermelon, Mint, Tofu Feta & Arugula Salad, Caramelized Fennel, Sweet Potato & Pine Nut Cheese Pizza and Strawberry & Hazelnut Streusel Cake with Maple Vanilla Glaze. And while the recipes are satisfying and simple to prepare, they are also crafted to offer a balanced, nutrient-rich menu of whole foods.

Whether cooking for four or twenty-four people, the vibrant recipes and beautiful photographs in The Long Table Cookbook will inspire readers to come together to enjoy their best health.

Amy Symington is a nutrition professor, research associate and plant-based chef at George Brown College. She is also the culinary nutrition program coordinator at Gilda's Club Greater Toronto, a not-for-profit group that provides social support for those who have been touched by cancer, to which she will be donating all royalties from ...
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Title:The Long Table Cookbook: Plant-based Recipes for Optimal HealthFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:256 pages, 12 × 9 × 0.69 inShipping dimensions:12 × 9 × 0.69 inPublished:October 5, 2019Publisher:Douglas And McIntyre (2013) Ltd.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:177162227X

ISBN - 13:9781771622271

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A nutritious diet is key to both the prevention and management of chronic illness, but to make us feel wonderful, it must also taste wonderful—and a meal shared with family and friends is even better. Grounded in this perspective, The Long Table Cookbookmakes the transition to a health-optimizing plant-based diet simple and satisfying, featuring over seventy-five recipes along with the latest evidence-based nutritional advice, meal planning suggestions and tips for hosting community gatherings.Chef Amy Symington and The Long Table Cookbook team have put a gourmet spin on healthy ingredients with recipes that are made to share. Readers won’t be able to resist flavourful dishes like Watermelon, Mint, Tofu Feta & Arugula Salad, Caramelized Fennel, Sweet Potato & Pine Nut Cheese Pizza and Strawberry & Hazelnut Streusel Cake with Maple Vanilla Glaze. And while the recipes are satisfying and simple to prepare, they are also crafted to offer a balanced, nutrient-rich menu of whole foods.Whether cooking for four or twenty-four people, the vibrant recipes and beautiful photographs in The Long Table Cookbook will inspire readers to come together to enjoy their best health.

Editorial Reviews

“Helping individuals shift towards a healthy plant-based eating pattern is enormously important. Plant foods have a major role in preventing chronic disease... over time healthy plant-based diets can have significant effects that few drugs can have on overall health. Chef Amy’s cookbook is a creative guide to plant-based eating and an elegant example of collaboration between nutritional sciences and culinary expertise. The current scientific evidence all points towards plant-based eating, not only for our own health but for our planet’s health and all the species we share it with.” - Dr. David J.A. Jenkins, MD, D.ScsC, Ph.D