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Cookbook:Turkish Salads Recipes (Healthy Vegan  recipes Book 1) (English Edition) von [Rylee, Bryan]
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turkish food, among the top three best cuisines,
Alongside the French and the Chinese, offers true culinary experience that will be more than just good food, because like most ancient cosines, Turkish Cuisines showcase a depth of history and culture.
If you are looking to delve into the experience of Turkish cooking,
This book is the best place to start.
Focusing on salads recipe, where most amazing meals begin, you uncover secrets that will color and flavor to your life.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 443 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 76 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1517787645
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  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Quirky but instructional 25. Februar 2014
Von Moonstalker - Veröffentlicht auf
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It's kind of weird - the part about conquering Turkish cuisine (or should I say cosine?) reminded me of the conquest of Istanbul, and the author's not exactly a paragon of English spelling and grammar. But... it's $0.99, and it's salads. Plus, weird can be entertaining. I appreciated the lengthy section on eggplant/aubergines, and I suppose it does deliver on 'everything that is right about onion', although I have yet to muster up the courage to 'splurge on the goodness of lamb brain'.,
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Love this book! 2. Juli 2013
Von AmyVegara - Veröffentlicht auf
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Before this book, I had never tried Turkish food. I've recently become a foodie and I'm enjoying trying foods from different countries and cultures. 'Irresistible Turkish Salas Recipes' has quickly become one of my favorite cookbooks. I feel like I'm eating healthier AND enjoying new cuisines at the same time. It helps that I love a great salad! The salads in this book are amazing. Very tasty and healthy for you. Add this cookbook to your collection.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Recipes 2. Juli 2013
Von CarlaSims - Veröffentlicht auf
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I absolutely LOVE this book. I love making different types of salads, especially in the summer time. This book is full of one delicious dish after another. I never knew Turkish food could be so good. I had a party last weekend and all of my friends complimented every dish I made from the book! This book is a great addition to any cook book collection.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen very poorly written 21. Januar 2014
Von J. Zartman - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book needs some serious work on English basics. The author sometimes capitalizes words at the beginning of phrases within his sentence, making them look like new sentences or bad poetry. For example: “No part of this book
May be used or reproduced in any matter
Whatsoever without permission in writing from
The author except in the case of brief quotations
Embodied in critical articles or review.”

The author also sprinkles misspelled words throughout the book, though sometimes he employed an overactive spell-checker and ended up with “cosines” for cuisines, and “skilled” for skillet. Sometimes he left out words entirely like “you uncover secrets that will color and flavor to your life.” The first chapter reads like a poorly written advertisement, and gushes on and on. “Every spoonful you take, you will be experiencing paradise…” That’s only if the reader can make heads or tails out of the recipes, as some of the instructions don’t quite make sense. “Place ground bulgur in a bowl and boil it until the bulgur grains are soaked.” One usually doesn’t place something in a bowl to boil it nor is soaking the usual result of boiling. The last instruction in another recipe is: “Now get the remaining red cabbage, keep it with the vinegar water so that it does not spoil and then wait until it is good and ready to be used.” How do we know when it’s “good and ready?”

I found his lack of explanation of terms disconcerting as well. The first recipe calls for rocket leaves and gem lettuce, which gave me mental images of sleek rockets taking off for outer space in a shower of metallic leaves and lettuce made of emeralds. I had to look to the internet for edible explanations. Another recipe says, “Slice the onions, rubbing them with onions---rinse and dry after.” I’ve never rubbed onions with onions. Do you use whole onions to do the rubbing, or do you rub the onion slices together? Or is this a misprint like the cosines and skilled skillet?

“Salad with Lamb Brain” calls for 4 pcs lamb brain, 1.4 rocket lettuce, 2 pcs tomato, and 2 pcs egg, among other things. How much is 1.4 rocket lettuce? And how much is a “pcs” of lamb brain, tomato or egg? Where do you even find lamb brain?

I also have no idea of where to look for other exotic items like sumac seasoning, watermelon radish, or pomegranate paste. Suggestions on where to look would help, and when a recipe includes something unusual like a “meringue nest” it would be nice if the recipe for that item were included.

I love the adventure of eating food from other cultures, so I may fling caution to the wind and try some of these recipes, though I lack any sort of confidence in a positive outcome.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good eating. 1. August 2014
Von Lindah - Veröffentlicht auf
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Do you get tired of the same old salads every day. This little book has some delicious sounding recipes that have ingredients that we can obtain locally. Since it is hot and we don't like to cook then we will trying many of them.
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