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Ayurvedic Cooking for Self-Healing Paperback – 2010
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"...an invaluable book for a healthy life style." --Sheela Bhojwani, East and West Series, Sep. 2007
"The book is much morethan just an Ayurvedic cook book and is a wonderful guide written in simple English facilitating easy understanding." --K. Gayathri
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The authors of Ayurvedic Cooking for Self-Healing are Usha Lad and Vasant Lad. Usha Lad was born in Khandala and developed an interest in cooking while watching her mother cook. at her nursing school, she learnt how to incorporate Ayurvedic principles into cooking. Vasant Lad is an experienced authority on Ayurveda, who has travelled all over the world, sharing his knowledge about it.
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The print is too small and dull dull to read even with my eye glasses I was straining terribly. Some notes at the bottom of the page are like tiny ants that I need a magnifying glass to read. I can’t read more than 2 pages at a time.
As for the content, hard for a layperson to understand. Recipes are mostly easy Indian recipes.
The only disappointing thing is the quality of paper and print. MLBD needs to improve on that as such valuable books shouldn't be printed shabbily.
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