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    • ISBN:9781472138712
    • Publication date:31 May 2018

The Healthy Lebanese Family Cookbook

Using authentic Lebanese superfoods in your everyday cooking

By Mona Hamadeh

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Lebanese food will help your family to maintain a healthier lifestyle.

'As Mona Hamadeh's two previous books are already a staple in our house, I have been waiting eagerly for the release of her new title and I was not disappointed. This new book is a beautiful continuation of the author's previous achievements, a loving tribute to Lebanese cuisine, culture and lifestyle . . . a must for everyone who strives to bring more life, joy and flavour into their kitchen'
Elena

Lebanese food has the reputation of being amongst the healthiest in the world. It combines the staple ingredients of Mediterranean diet with an abundance of fresh vegetables and super foods and includes whole grains, pulses, herbs and spices, fruit and nuts, olive oil, together with protein sources, such as poultry, fish and dairy.

This book will ensure you make great tasting food that is healthy and nutritious for the whole family.

Biographical Notes

Mona Hamadeh grew up in Lebanon. She spent her school holidays in the beautiful mountains where she was born, and where she developed a love of cooking from her grandmother, her mother and aunts. Her passion for Lebanese food and cooking remained with her when she came to the UK as a young woman. She raised her own large family on a healthy Lebanese diet and now she passes it on to her grandchildren, who also recognise the importance of sharing and taking part in food preparation. This is Mona's third book where she shares again, not only her continuing passion for the delicious flavours that exemplify Lebanese food, but also the healthy properties of the superfoods that are a natural part of the diet that the Lebanese have enjoyed for generations.

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  • Publication date: 31 May 2018
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