The Cochin Jewish Book Of Rice & Breads

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Rice is a vital part of life; embedded in the consciousness of the Cochin Jews, with its spiritual and religious connotations and its association with life cycle events. The grain is kosher and not forbidden for Cochinis (as they are called in Israel) even during Passover, under a religious dispensation! The grain takes many incarnations in Cochini kitchens throughout the day - at every meal. More

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Words: 15,970
Language: Canadian English
ISBN: 9780991915767
About Dr Essie Sassoon

Retired Gynaecologist. Born in the erstwhile Kingdom of Cochin in Kerala; was Specialist Associate Professor at Calicut Medical College, when she volunteered for duty in Israel during the Yom Kippur War, serving at Telashomer Hospital in Ramat Gan; Later became Deputy Head of Department at Barzilai Medical Centre in Ashkelon, where she now lives. Twice honoured for meritorious service, Dr. Sassoon now devotes her time to her hobbies - cooking, sports and folk dancing.

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Review by: DSandy on May 20, 2016 :
Rice and bread - staples on our planet - in our diet.
Now I know what to do to spice up my diet in these areas instead on staring blankly at them and wondering what I should do.
There is a wealth of recipes to attempt, with easy to follow instructions with great pictures.
An explanation of ingredients and a neat history is included.
Keep up the good work.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)

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