People may have spiritual, moral, humanitarian or health reasons for adopting a vegetarian diet. As vegetarianism becomes more popular throughout the modern world, more and more people realize that the diet can be just as varied and satisfying as any other.
It is thought by many that a meatless diet does not fulfil our protein requirement. This is not correct. Vegetarian foods are nutritious, and a well-balanced vegetarian diet contains all the elements required for a healthy life. It is also common knowledge that a vegetarian diet is advocated in cases of high-stress diseases, such as blood pressure, heart conditions and different type of cancer.
Look at the cookbook shelf in any household and there will be books from all traditions, countries and cultures. Whether a busy mum, a newly married spouse, a student enjoying the first taste of independence, a host or hostess who enjoys feeding his or her friends- can one ever have enough new recipes?
This lacto-vegetarian cookbook range of simple international recipes reflecting today’s multi-cultural societies. The book was prepared in Hong Kong and blends the traditions of Indian cooking with influences from China, Japan and the west. A few recipes may contain oriental ingredients that are not available to every reader. The imaginative cook will no doubt substitute his or her own ingredients, while others may choose to acquire them on their travels or through family and friends.
Permissions to reprint this book, which was originally published commercially in Hong Kong, has been generously given to Radha Somi Satsang Beas by the author.
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