By Adiraja dasa. This high quality publication includes explanations about vegetarianism, spices, suggested menus, and culinary aspects of bhakti-yoga.
Hard color cover, 40 color plates, 318 pp., 133 recipes, appendices, glossary, and index.
The recipes are so easy to prepare that you'll wonder how they could
taste so good. Once you try some, you'll know why the have become
worldwide favorites of the friends and guests of the Hare Krishna
You can read about the advantages of vegetarianism and the arts of
eating, serving, and combining dishes to get the most pleasure and most
nutrition from your meals. And, for the spiritually curious, there is
an introduction to Krishna Consciousness, the world's oldest philosophy.
Whatever you're looking for in a cookbook - a few new recipes, a healthier diet, or a new outlook on life - The Hare Krishna Book of Vegetarian Cooking will fulfill your desire with the magic touch of Old India.