Indonesia , Malaysia , and the Philippines Since cuisines are born on the land and grow within its climate, contours, topography, and geography, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines have bred sister cuisines that find similarities as well in Thailand , Vietnam , Laos , Cambodia , and Brunei Darussalam. It is thus possible to speak of Southeast Asian cuisine even while acknowledging the regional differences that come from history, society, and culture. Indonesia, for example, with its fifteen thousand islands, covers a large portion of Southeast Asia , and in the early twenty-first century its population Although the islands vary greatly in size, climate, and soil and thus in cuisine, it is possible to speak of pan-Indonesian culinary traditions, to set them in their regional contexts, and to invite comparisons with their neighbors.
The Practical Encyclopedia of Asian Cooking
The Practical Encyclopedia of Asian Cooking by Sallie Morris
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The practical encyclopedia of Asian cooking
Drawing on my many years of vegetarian cooking, catering, and teaching, in this book I explain how to create flavorful meals with seasonal ingredients by applying Ayurvedic principles. With food combinations, methods of preparation, and healing spices customized for individual needs, this is an inspirational guide to achieving optimal health through a personalized way of living and eating. This beautiful volume features recipes for breakfasts, soups, salads, main dishes, one-pot meals, treats, and beverages in three seasonal-based chapters.
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