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Gefilte Fish: Authentic Recipe in Pictures (Gefilte Fish for Neshama) [Kindle Edition]

Anna Shvets
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Book Description

Gefilte Fish, a popular subject for jokes among American Jews, has taken on a new spin with Gefilte Fish for Neshama — a book written and designed by Anna Shvets. Anna introduces us to a rare Litvak version of the authentic Gefilte Fish — a culinary delight, which she believes is capable of making its way to the heart of the toughest food critic, not to mention an average American Jew. We can witness a culinary journey of one Israeli carp leading to its dramatic metamorphosis into an appetizing Gefilte Fish dish, all in the backdrop of the beautiful landscapes of Holy Land. The book inspires us to revive the culinary tradition and to become fearless Gefilte Fish converts in this day and age.
Gefilte Fish for Neshama is going to be available on Amazon.com, in Barnes & Noble (US), and Chapters (Canada) starting October 2012.
Gefilte Fish: Authentic Recipe in Pictures is a preview — a bite size sample of Gefilte Fish for Neshama that includes the entire Litvak style recipe — available now exclusively on Amazon Kindle.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1409 KB
  • Print Length: 29 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Neshama Books; Kindle Edition edition (September 9, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0098FO62Q
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,448,188 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars An authentic fish recipe September 10, 2012
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As someone who enjoys fishing it's great to buy an authentic fish recipe that's rooted in tradition and reflects an appreciation of nature and quality ingredients. Well written, great photography too.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Something is Very Fishy About This Book September 10, 2012
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Even though I don't cook, I loved this book! It is very informative and features gorgeous photographs of Israel and some very fishy photographs as well (which you can see on the cover).But this book is not only about fish- it also about tradition. It is the inspiring story of how a recipe for Gefilte Fish was passed on in one family through a generation of women.There is nothing fishy about that!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Recipes, Traditions, and Great Photos January 1, 2014
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This book is more than just a recipe book. The author talks about her family's traditions surrounding gefilte fish. This book is worth buying just for the photography...
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More About the Author

"Every blade of grass has its angel that bends over it and whispers, 'Grow,Grow.'"
-The Talmud

Born in Kaliningrad, Russia, Anna Shvets -- the creator of Gefilte Fish for Neshama and the owner of Neshama Books -- moved to Israel at the tender age of fifteen. Anna, along with other then-teens from the Baltic regions of the former Soviet Union, was warmly received by the members of Gan Shmuel, a kibbutz where she finished her high school education. Shortly after graduation, Anna became a citizen of Israel and joined the IDF as a youth educator. Upon completion of her military service, Anna went on to study science and biotechnology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

In 2003, Anna moved to a new continent to satisfy her lifelong, intense desire to immerse herself in an English-speaking culture. In Canada, she continued her studies at both the University of Toronto and the School of Life. Anna currently resides in Vancouver, BC and enjoys frequent family visits to Israel. She helps new and established authors design and self-publish their books. Anna also photographs food, scenes of life, landscapes, and everything that makes her tick. In her spare time, she enjoys riding a bicycle in hilly Vancouver, hiking in beautiful British Columbia or in Galilee, Israel, wandering the streets of Vancouver, Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, or any small town in France with her camera, cooking with (and for) her beloved family and friends, and learning edible gardening. Anna loves to read, dance, photograph, and explore various cultures through travel, people, languages, and food. She is fluent in Russian, Hebrew, English, and is an aspiring student of French.

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