Review of "The long table cookbook: Plant-based recipes for optimal health—nourishing food for small and large gatherings."
Keywords:cookbook, review, vegan, health, experiential, collaborative, plant-based, distance, community, intergenerational
The Long Table Cookbook is a book on plant-based recipes for optimal health that offers recipes for small and large gatherings. Arriving, as it did, at the dawn of the pandemic era, presented obstacles and opportunities for the review of the book and its recipes. Applying principles of community, collaboration and experiential exploration, the authors of this review--a researcher, a young vegan and a tween--offer a narrative review of the process and sometimes surprising taste test adventures.
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