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Culinary Magic at the Regenerative Design Institute Paperback – 2013
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Creating community through food, farm, and permaculture. This visually stunning cookbook describes the culture on a permaculture farm, philosophy about food and community, as well as provides excellent recipes. Written by an Institute of Integrative Nutrition Graduate, Carin McKay. The cookbook also contains essays from Permaculture teacher Penny Livingston-Stark and Ecology of Leadership teacher James Stark. Photography by Michael Rauner of 'Visionary States' and Caroline Wallace. Included in the book are sections talking about herbal first aid, wild food cooking, making mistakes, and cooking in community. There is a significant section about cooking paella on an outdoor fire lit by friction fire. The book is designed to be inspiring, visionary,funny and non-intimidating for any kind of cook. To find out more check out www.culinarymagic.com and www.regenerativedesign.org.
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'Connection' emerges as the underlying theme throughout the book's 190 pages of beautiful photographs, stories and yes, mouthwatering recipes. Connection to ourselves, to one another, and to the earth. McKay's encouraging tone grabs the reader by the hand on her tour through the use of seasonal ingredients, cooking for community and the importance of messing up.
In her words, the main thing to remember is "Be good to yourself and keep cooking."
Nourishing advice that you'll be inspirited to pursue, returning to this book again and again. Buy it!
I had 2 performing artists staying at my house over night and they were VEGAN! (This wondrous cookbook has recipes to satisfy all the Vegan, Vegetarian and Omnivores in your life)
Now I have decent kitchen skills but know nothing on how to cook for a vegan diet. I had recently picked up a copy of Culinary Magic and dove into it to find something that would work. I cooked up a dinner of white chili with a kale side dish and breakfast of Scrambled Tofu. One performer is from New Mexico and as he said "Chili if our State dish". Both meals got big thumbs up and surprised myself with how good they tasted. To top it off I learned that there is a way to cook kale and make it delicious.
Wonderful recipes, healthy, wholesome, inventive and delicious.
Every recipe I have followed comes out perfect and make sure you try the Red Lentil soup - so much fun!