once a famous sculptor said about his art: "to create a great sculpture I take a piece of rough stone and I remove all the unwanted parts from it..." being a vegetarian is not as simple as being a great sculptor: you can not take the meal and remove all the meat from it. it does not work this way. it is not as simple. you should change you mentality and the way you look at food.
with sculptures you can always break the final art piece that did not turn out ina good way and start a new one. with sculpturing your body vegetarian way there are many lessons to learn. when you start your journey please take advises from the wise ones, use the recipes that will help you. finally even if you eat gold, grass or flesh you food will be organically turned in your body into what it wants: blue or grey eyes, dark or golden hair or no hair at all, it will be turned magically into your blood and muscles, into your brains and into your heart. what matters is how well this food "flows" in your body and happily it is absorbed. there is no difference between any living form. it does not matter what you consume: everything IS LIVING CREATURES, not only sheep and cows, but carrots and cabbage also know everything and even more than you. well, if you were more approachable they would eat you instead of you eating them. but let's come back to our veggies and cooking the vegan way. The book I have in front of me is written by Aine Carlin and she cooks it right! the book contains not only cooking recipes but the bath milk recipes, foot, facial and body scrubs and exfoliators (cruelty free beauty which i personally adore), very simple to make deserts, salads, baking, mains, snacks and sauces, soups, sandwiches and pastas, juices and smoothies, even the pickles find its place it the book; steps, tips and ingredients are all there as well ad some absolutely awesome photography... well the book is dangerous as if you open it up you will run to your kitchen and start cooking. I counted more than 90 recipes ready for me to continue changing my way of looking on food...
Thanking sincerely Simon & Schuster and the author Aine Carlin for this meat-free expedition!
follow Aine: http://www.peasoupeats.com/
buy the book: http://books.simonandschuster.com.au/…/Aine-C…/9780857833082
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