Imagine a super food that not only tastes great, but is great for you. Here's the thing I just discovered Quinoa and was looking for a book of recipes when Vesela Tabakova's book came into my life. Imagine that. Now imagine a tiny seed that cooks up like rice and has a mild nutty flavor and a light fluffy texture similar to couscous. The Incas considered quinoa sacred and called it "The Mother Of All Grains." You'll call it a gift from mother
nature when you realize it has been identified as one of the most nutritious foods on the planet; that is gluten free, has a high protein content, and contains all nine essential amino acids.
Quality quinoa prepared in a wide variety of ways that win over even the most hardcore critic.
By Holly Charrier
I was having a hard time getting used to Quinoa until until I found this cookbook. Quinoa is used in so many different ways that it's easy to find several different ways to prepare it to your liking. I'm an avid cook, and also making some healthier changes in my life, so this cookbook helped me cross the bridge between
no way and finally liking the taste, texture and lifestyle benefits with Quinoa. I'm sure even the most picky eater could find several recipes they liked with this book as a guideline.
Wonderful Quinoa Recipe Book
By Kat Leon
Very nice book about a wonderful grain that I didn't know too much about. Finding myself with quinoa on hand and not knowing how to use it,
I purchased this book. Excellent! I now have many delicious recipes I've put on the table. Everyone liked them. I highly recommend this book.