Eat Ting: Lose Weight, Gain Health, Find Yourself - Mpho Tshukudu (Paperback)

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Eat Ting is not a diet book. Rather, it will make you fall in love with timeless African flavours – while also improving your health and wellbeing.
Mpho Tshukudu and Anna Trapido offer healthy eating solutions based on traditional southern African food, and modern versions of time honoured favourites. From gluten-free sorghum flapjacks to salads featuring low-GI, ancient grains, this book is all about great-tasting South African superfoods. Find out how to cook foraged traditional greens and explore new takes on nose-to-tail eating. How about a modernised tshidzimba with oven-roasted tomatoes? Or an updated inhloko with spiced pumpkin salad? Perhaps a comforting bowl of classic mofokotso? It’s all here, plus many more innovative, delicious dishes that are very good for you too.

Product Details

Barcode
9781928209553
Department
Books
Released
19 Jan 2017
Content Source
South African
Supply Source
South Africa

Book

Authors
Mpho Tshukudu
Anna Trapido
Binding
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Quivertree Publications
Language
English
Number of Pages
224
Dimensions
230 x 170 x 15mm (680g)

Summary

Eat Ting is not a diet book. Rather, it will make you fall in love with timeless African flavours - while also improving your health and wellbeing. Mpho Tshukudu and Anna Trapido offer healthy eating solutions based on traditional southern African food, and modern versions of time-honoured favourites. From gluten-free sorghum flapjacks to salads featuring low-GI, ancient grains, this book is all about great-tasting South African superfoods. Find out how to cook foraged traditional greens and explore new takes on nose-to- tail eating. How about a modernised tshidzimba with oven-roasted tomatoes? Or an updated inhloko with spiced pumpkin salad? Perhaps a comforting bowl of classic mofokotso? It’s all here, plus many more innovative, delicious dishes that are very good for you too.

Classification

General Subject
Health/Fitness
BISAC Subject 1
Cooking / Specific Ingredients / Natural Foods
BISAC Subject 2
Cooking / Regional & Ethnic / African
BISAC Subject 3
Health & Fitness / General
BISAC Subject 4
Cooking / Health & Healing / General
BIC Classification 1
Health & wholefood cookery
BIC Classification 2
National & regional cuisine
BIC Classification 3
Popular medicine & health
Dewey Classification
613.25

Author Bio

Mpho Tshukudu is a registered dietitian. She holds a BSc Dietetics and a postgraduate diploma in hospital dietetics from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. She is also a FirstLine Therapy practitioner and trained in Functional Medicine at the Institute for Functional Medicine. In her practice, she uses food and its nutritional compounds, stress management, sleep and exercise to promote optimal health. Anna Trapido is a food anthropologist who has an MA from Cambridge University and a PhD from the University of the Witwatersrand. She is also a trained chef and author of the award-winning book Hunger for Freedom: The Story of Food in the Life of Nelson Mandela.