Laura B. Russell Rebecca Katz
Brassicas: Cooking the World's Healthiest Vegetables: Kale, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts and More
- Title: Brassicas: Cooking the World's Healthiest Vegetables: Kale, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts and More
- Author: Laura B. Russell Rebecca Katz
- ISBN: 9781607745716
- Page: 118
- Format: Hardcover
A cookbook showcasing 80 recipes for the most popular of the world s healthiest vegetables kale, cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, leafy greens, and tailored to accommodate special diets such as gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, and vegan.The eighty inventive, flavorful recipes presented in Brassicas play to each vegetable s strengths, favoring teA cookbook showcasing 80 recipes for the most popular of the world s healthiest vegetables kale, cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, leafy greens, and tailored to accommodate special diets such as gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, and vegan.The eighty inventive, flavorful recipes presented in Brassicas play to each vegetable s strengths, favoring techniques that celebrate their intrinsic flavors instead of masking them by blanketing under layers of cheese or boiling Think of the inherent sweetness that can be coaxed from perfectly roasted Brussels sprouts, or the bright, peppery punch of a watercress and arugula salad Straightforward cooking methods like roasting, saut ing, pickling, and wilting transform brassicas into satisfying dishes, such as Cauliflower Hummus, Spicy Kale Fried Rice, Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Parmesan Crust, and Broccoli and Pepper Jack Frittata These recipes also maintain the vegetables stellar nutritional properties High in vitamins and minerals, fiber, phytochemicals, and glucosinolates, brassicas have been shown to act as antioxidants, anticarcinogenics, anti inflammatories, and liver detoxifiers, and have many other health benefits The beauty of these superfoods is on full display in Brassicas exquisite photographs of brassica varieties in their raw forms roots, stems, leaves, flowers, and buds can be found throughout, helping you identify Lacinato kale from curly kale or mustard greens from collard greens at the farmers market or grocery store For those who observe certain dietary restrictions, author Laura B Russell provides alternatives and tips to accommodate gluten free, soy free, vegetarian, and vegan diets Equipped with complete selection, storage, washing, and prepping instructions, you can enjoy of these nutritional powerhouses from the commonplace kale to the adventurous bok choy or mizuna in your everyday meals.
Recent Comments "Brassicas: Cooking the World's Healthiest Vegetables: Kale, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts and More"
I don't think I learned a ton from this - I have a lot of the basic recipes in my head already, and some of the more new-to-me ones I could tell wouldn't be to my taste. But i love the way it is organized, with each veggie getting a small variety of preparations and each one being easily adaptable for tastes and available ingredients. Everything is gluten-free and there are plenty of options for other food restrictions, so it's definitely worth picking up if you need a veggie dish that will work [...]
I will be honest. I have always loved my vegetables. Whether they are raw, sautéed, baked, or fried, I can eat them any time, any day. So when I had the opportunity to preview Brassicas Cooking the World's Healthiest Vegetables: Kale, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts and More I was excited.There are so many recipes. Some that are variations on recipes that I already make and then there are others that I would have never thought to make. Each of the recipes are clear and easy to follow. T [...]
This book is fabulous if you want to learn about and cook brassicas. I've tried many of the recipes, and they range from soups to salads to side dishes,appetizers, and main dishes. Many of the recipes are unique such as roasted cauliflower with pickled peppers and fresh mint or kale egg muffins, Italian chinese cabbage soupIn addition to fine recipes, the book contains detailed nutritional analysis on each item and recommendations for storage. In today's -- eat your kale world-- this book is ess [...]
My new favorite cookbook.
Super healthy easily prepared recipes for cancer fighting greens!It's hard to think of leafy greens as sexy or romantic and broccoli and cauliflower - forget it! But you'll quickly change your opinion of these vegetables when you begin to read Laura B. Russell's amazing cookbook, Brassicas. Now, I cheated a bit with that statement as how could le petit chou - or Brussels Sprouts not seem a bit sexy when given its French name (also an affectionate appellation). But in truth, this family of vegeta [...]
I'm a health-oriented, plant-based cook. Too many of these recipes were meaty and high-fat for me.
I’m thankful for a review copy of a book that allowed me to learn about Brassicas veggies and change my view of vegetable altogether. This author has opened up a whole new world of veggies to me and my family that are wonderful for your body, and with a few techniques and knowledge under my belt, will become frequent visitors to my dinner table.The author explains, Brassicas belong to the family of plants known as Brassacaenearly every part of the plant within this sprawling botanical clan is [...]
Early this year I was researching what the different traits of various fruits and veggies. This project took a few days and I ended up with vast list of foods that and the associated nutrients and also which foods were considered "cleansing foods". Top on the list for cleansing foods were cruciferous veggies - that is what brassicas are. Doing a quick online search I discovered that cruciferous vegetables are vegetables from the family named brassicaceae. What types of veggies are considered bra [...]
Raise your hand if you're 100% certain that you have more than enough greens in your diet.Yeah, me neither.Brassicas: Cooking the World's Healthiest Vegetables, the new cookbook from Oregonian Food Day writer Laura B. Russell, is on a mission to change your answer to that question. It just might change mine.I tried a couple of recipes, and am eager to tackle others. The Kale & Sweet Potato Saute on page 27 required serious patience in the first step (slow cooking 1/2" cubes of sweet potato,) [...]
For ethical and health reasons, my wife and I eat vegetarian/pescatarian. We’re always looking for new cookbooks—especially those that can help us turn simple greens into multi-flavored deliverers of deliciousness. Whether or not you’re working your way to a vegetarian diet, Laura B. Russell’s Brassicas is a great cookbook to place on your shelf of basic cooking references.Brassicas is actually more than a cookbook. It’s a reference guide to a wide range of vegetables packed with nutri [...]
I wish there were more main dish recipes here.
Brassicas are any plant within the mustard family including broccoli, cauliflower, cabbages and Brussels sprouts. "Ounce for ounce brassicas contain more healing properties than any other branch of food." This cookbook delivers tasty ways to serve up these nutritionally packed foods.In the introduction there are a variety of cooking tips for plants in this family, including which plants have mild, bold or peppery tastes, how to pair them with other ingredients and how to prepare them for cooking [...]
Title: Brassicas Cooking the World's Healthiest Vegetables - Kale, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts and More Author: Laura B Russell Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 4-8-2014 ISBN: 9781607745716 E-Book: B00FUZR08K Pages: 176 Genre: Food & Wine Tags: Cookbooks, Special Diets, Gluten Free, Vegetables & Vegetarian Overall Rating: Great Reviewed For: NetGalley Reviewer: DelAnneAs most of my family will tell you I do enjoy a great steak, fried chicken, even a juicy pork chop, but [...]
I'll admit, what first drew me to this book was the amazing photography. It was just so pretty! Thankfully, the content of the book matched up perfectly with the quality of the pictures. This is a fantastic cookbook of leafy greens (ie brassicas). There are eighty recipes on how to cook the world's healthiest vegetables as well as short essays from renowned doctors and nutritionists on the importance of these veggies. There are also great summaries on the preparation, cutting, cleaning, and cook [...]
I was so excited when I saw Laura B. Russell's Brassicas because I have often wondered about different ways to cook cabbage, collards, and kale, and I love to shake things up and try new recipes. As a southerner, we usually cook our brassicas with pork, and throughout my weight loss journey, I have been on the hunt for delicious healthy recipes. One of my favorite aspects of the book was the inclusion of the flavor profile of each brassica which range from mild to pungent. I tried out a few reci [...]
i think it's better to think of this as a love poem to brassicas than it is to think of it as a cookbook. for the most part, the recipes aren't wowing me at every turn, but there is a lot of great information (basic, but thorough) about brassicas of all kinds, lovely photos, and fine writing. the recipes aren't overly simple or overly complicated and there's something there for everyone, but the introduction to the book makes it seem as though the author is trying to promote brassicas to an unle [...]
4.5 StarsA great cookbook for anyone wanting to introduce more green vegetables to a diet! This book is easy follow and not only includes some pictures but also simple but tasty recipes. The author has very informative sections on how to select the vegetables, the best way to prepare and store them, and includes substitutions as well. There's even a table of the recipes that let's the reader know whether the recipe is vegan, vegetarian, and if it's okay for specific food allergies. I have tried [...]
Kale is the new kale. This book is full of inspiration to integrate kale, broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage into more of your recipes. The brassicas have all sorts of benefits, they are high in vitamins including A and K and are low in calories. However on their own they aren't always the tastiest. Overcooked and over seasoned they can be gloppy, funky, and highly dreadable. Laura Russell peps up the brassicas with all sorts of modern tricks from savory granola to grilling and plenty of heat. T [...]
A cookbook showcasing 80 recipes for the most popular of the world's healthiest vegetables--kale, cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, leafy greens, and more. Brassicas by Laura B. Russell is worthy of any kitchen!Cooking the World's Healthiest Vegetables: Kale, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts and MoreWritten byI am into healthy eating and found this book to be not only full of recipes but also information which I really found quite helpful!
YUM!!! My new favorite cookbook. A must for anyone with a CSA box that keeps throwing greens, turnips, etc. at you. Recipes are delicious, fairly easy, and are generally dairy/gluten free--a plus in this day and age of entertaining folks with myriad dietary concerns. Book design is gorgeous, organization is great.
I'm a big fan of brassicas-I tend to roast them and eat them alone as a meal. I found some recipes like that here along with the simplest sautes and then I enjoyed the one-upping variation recipes which I found intriguing. Delicious and complementary for the particular vegetable being showcased. Excellent cookbook for those who want to explore more vegetables
Uh, it's a book about cooking things like brussels sprouts from a woman named Laura B. Russell! The woman has "Brussell" in her name! It must be good. Now, if only I could cook! I think it involves the placing of water in some sort of metal container and finding a heat source and there may or may not be stirring involved but, after that, I get confused.
Not to toot my own horn, but I'm pretty good at cooking brassicas already, so I didn't find any new information in this book. Nonetheless, a decent cookbook and introduction to people who want to learn about cooking kale, broccoli, brussels sprouts, etc.
B Arranged by type of brassica, some nice recipes, good for beginners and a nice starter cookbook.
I'm a fan of brassicas but tend to repeat the same, boring and minimalist preparations over and over now I'm hyped to try nearly every recipe in the book!
looking forward to trying kohlrabi curry next summer!
not too much new here, but who doesn't love their broccoli.
I love canola
As a new vegetarian but die-hard foodie I enjoyed this book. It includes recipes for soups, salads and entrees.
Cooking and nutrition. Eat your cruciferous vegetables!
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