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Famous Seaweed Soup

Author : Antoinette Truglio Martin
ISBN : 0807522643
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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On a visit with her family to the shore, Sara gathers water, seaweed, snails, and smelly stuff to make her famous seaweed soup.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Rainbow Fish Seaweed Soup

Author : Jodi Huelin
ISBN : 069452591X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In the seaweed soup contest Pearl tries to win by telling her sister that her soup needs more salt, but her teacher becomes suspicious.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Seaweed Soup

Author : Jodi Huelin
ISBN : OCLC:1195036772
Genre : Fishes
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The team that makes the best pot of seaweed soup will win gold shells. Rosie wants to win more than any other fish. But does she want to win badly enough to spoil her sister's soup?
Category: Fishes

Rainbow Fish

Author : Jodi Huelin
ISBN : 0606299203
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In the seaweed soup contest Pearl tries to win by telling her sister that her soup needs more salt, but her teacher becomes suspicious.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Seaweed

Author : Kaori O'Connor
ISBN : 9781780237992
Genre : Cooking
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Some might be put off by its texture, aroma, or murky origins, but the fact of the matter is seaweed is one of the oldest human foods on earth. And prepared the right way, it can be absolutely delicious. Long a staple in Asian cuisines, seaweed has emerged on the global market as one of our new superfoods, a natural product that is highly sustainable and extraordinarily nutritious. Illuminating seaweed’s many benefits through a fascinating history of its culinary past, Kaori O’Connor tells a unique story that stretches along coastlines the world over. O’Connor introduces readers to some of the 10,000 kinds of seaweed that grow on our planet, demonstrating how seaweed is both one of the world’s last great renewable resources and a culinary treasure ready for discovery. Many of us think of seaweed as a forage food for the poor, but various kinds were often highly prized in ancient times as a delicacy reserved for kings and princes. And they ought to be prized: there are seaweeds that are twice as nutritious as kale and taste just like bacon—superfood, indeed. Offering recipes that range from the traditional to the contemporary—taking us from Asia to Europe to the Americas—O’Connor shows that sushi is just the beginning of the possibilities for this unique plant.
Category: Cooking

Seaweed Soup

Author : Stuart J. Murphy
ISBN : 9780064467360
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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It's slimy. It's smelly. Its green and it's gooey. It's seaweed soup -- and its Turtle's favorite lunch! Turtle has made enough seaweed soup for everyone. But it looks awful and smells worse! Nobody wants to even taste it. How can they tell Turtle without hurting his feelings? As Turtle serves lunch to his reluctant guests, young readers can learn about matching sets (also called one-to-one correspondence) by keeping track of all the different bowls, cups, spoons, and napkins on the table. Lighthearted art and a surprise ending make this a story readers will eat up.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Seaweed In The Soup

Author : Stanley Evans
ISBN : 9781926971308
Genre : Fiction
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Silas Seaweed is back on the beat as the street-smart Coast Salish cop. A gardener is found dead and the prime suspects are two young local party girls. Silas is handed the case that soon takes a bloodier turn when a policeman’s wife is killed. Silas begins to suspect that these murders and other events are related to the recent tide of gang-related crimes that has been sweeping British Columbia. Just as he draws closer to finding concrete evidence, Silas finds his own reputation in danger and is suspended from the police force. His quest to clear his name and find the killers leads him from Victoria’s loud and steamy nightclubs and bars to the remote and quiet islands of Desolation Sound. The fifth mystery in this popular series, Seaweed in the Soup is a thrilling and suspenseful tale that skilfully combines a hard-boiled mystery narrative with the mythology of the Coast Salish. PRAISE FOR SEAWEED ON THE ROCKS (BOOK FOUR) “This series just keeps getting better and better. Rich descriptors evoke colour and emotion . . . In places the high energy feels like a hundred-yard dash.”—Hamilton Spectator “As clever and sparkly as the first three. Evans’ combination of light mystery and Salish mythology is fun.”— Globe and Mail
Category: Fiction

Cooking With Seaweeds 101 Ways

Author : Marcus Harrison
ISBN : 9781326447342
Genre : Health & Fitness
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For a Limited time only - A Special Early-Bird launch discount price. For many people the nearest they get to seaweed as a food is the crispy fried side-dish served in Chinese eateries. However, that menu item is usually made from fried green cabbage or kale, and is about as far removed from the true vegetables of the sea and sea life as one could possibly get. Cooking with Seaweed is a cookery book designed for anyone wanting to explore the world of edible seaweeds - mainly in northern temperate Europe. Over one hundred recipes and ways of preparing edible seaweed are covered; ranging from the inclusion of seaweed in soups and salads, to meat dishes and breads.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Seaweed Collector S Handbook

Author : Miek Zwamborn
ISBN : 9781782837190
Genre : Nature
File Size : 55.73 MB
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Seaweed is so familiar and yet its names - pepper dulse, sea lettuce, bladderwrack - are largely unknown to us. In this short, exquisitely illustrated portrait, the Dutch poet and artist Miek Zwamborn shares her discoveries of its history, culture and use, from the Neolithic people of the Orkney Islands to sushi artisans in modern Japan. Seaweed troubled Columbus on his voyages across the Atlantic, intrigued von Humboldt in the Sargasso Sea and inspired artists from Hokusai to Matisse. Covering seaweed's collection by Victorians, its adoption into fashion and dance and its potential for combating climate change, and with a fabulous series of recipes based around the 'truffles of the sea', this is a wonderful gift for every nature lover's home.
Category: Nature

Seaweed And Shamans

Author : Brenda Paik Sunoo
ISBN : 8991913032
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Literary Nonfiction. Asian American Studies. Memoir. "Heartfelt and at times heart-rending, SEAWEED AND SHAMANS details Brenda Paik Sunoo's journey through grief into solace. Written with courage and generosity, her collection of essays traverses personal memory and Korean-American history, as well as the thoughts and drawings garnered from diary entries of the child she lost. A testimony to the endurance of faith and art, life and love. SEAWEED AND SHAMANS is a gift of healing"--Nora Okja Keller, author of Comfort Woman and Fox Girl.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

An Exaltation Of Soups

Author : Patricia Solley
ISBN : 9780307523136
Genre : Cooking
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Throughout history and around the world, soup has been used to bring comfort, warmth, and good health. A bowl of soup can symbolize so much—celebrations, major life passages, and the everyday. Inspired by Patricia Solley’s website, SoupSong.com, and organized according to function—soups to heal the sick, recover from childbirth, soothe a hangover, entice the object of your affection, and mark special occasions and holidays—An Exaltation of Soups showcases more than a hundred of the best soup recipes of all time, including: • Festive Wedding Soup with Meatballs from Italy • Egyptian Fava Bean Soup, made to give strength to convalescents • Creamy Fennel Soup with Shallots and Orange Spice from Catalonia—perfect for wooing a lover • Hungarian “Night Owl” Soup, designed to chase a hangover • Spicy Pumpkin and Split Pea Soup from Morocco, served to celebrate Rosh Hashanah • Tanzanian Creamy Coconut-Banana Soup for Kwanzaa Spiced with soup riddles, soup proverbs, soup poetry, and informative sidebars about the lore and legends of soup through the ages, An Exaltation of Soups is a steaming bowl of goodness that is sure to satisfy. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Cooking

Extreme Food What To Eat When Your Life Depends On It

Author : Bear Grylls
ISBN : 9781473509641
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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“There’s no getting away from it; I’ve eaten some pretty extreme things in my time – live tarantulas, raw goat testicles, elephant dung, you name it. In a situation when your life depends on it, you need to put your prejudices aside to keep your stomach filled and your strength up. Whether it’s mastering the art of foraging and cooking up a tasty feast around the campfire or learning about the more extreme end of wild food (ever tried a scorpion kebab?), there’s a lot to learn when it comes to dinner time in the wild. This book will teach you all the necessary skills and techniques to get your teeth into meals you might never have thought of as food in the first place – and, crucially, how to recognize plants and animals that might end up doing you more harm than good. In today’s world, we rarely need to venture beyond the local supermarket and we turn our noses up at the thought of snacking on bugs and grubs. But out in the wild, Mother Nature has provided us with a plentiful supply of nutritious – if not always delicious – food for the taking. And when needs must, we just have to know where to look. Some of it might take you out of your comfort zone. Some of it might turn your stomach. But it’s saved my life more than once. And one day, it might save yours . . .”
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Deerholme Mushroom Book

Author : Bill Jones
ISBN : 9781771510042
Genre : Cooking
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Expand your culinary knowledge of wild and cultivated mushrooms with this comprehensive cookbook by award-winning writer and chef Bill Jones. Learn from an acknowledged expert in the field of wild foods how to source mushrooms through foraging, shopping, and growing, and get a thorough overview of the common types of wild and cultivated fungi. Gain insight into the medicinal and cultural uses of mushrooms, and reap the health benefits of simple, unprocessed food. Delicious recipes for basic pantry preparations, soups, salads, meats, seafood, and vegetable dishes, all featuring mushrooms, include: Truffle Potato Croquettes; Mushroom Pate; Porcini Naan; Semolina Mushroom Cake; Beef Tenderloin and Oyster Mushroom Carpaccio; Curried Mushroom and Coconut Bisque. The Deerholme Mushroom Book is every chef’s essential guide to edible mushrooms.
Category: Cooking

Step By Step Cooking Korean

Author : Lee Min Jung
ISBN : 9789814435178
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 76.13 MB
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From spicy and nourishing soups and stews such as Spicy Fish Stew and Chicken Ginseng Stew, to light and refreshing vegetables and salads such as Seasoned Spinach and Stuffed Cucumber Kimchi, and hearty staples of rice and noodles such as Pumpkin Porridge and Fried Rice Cake with Spicy Sauce, Korean cooking instructor Lee MinJung shows how these dishes can be prepared quickly and easily in simple step-by-step fashion.
Category: Cooking

Longevity Now

Author : David Wolfe
ISBN : 9781583946312
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 42.18 MB
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Lose weight, boost your immunity, cleanse your blood and organs, and live longer and happier with this comprehensive five-part approach created by leading nutrition and raw food authority David Wolfe. In Longevity Now, Wolfe exposes the number-one cause of all degenerative illness and aging: calcification. Caused by an excess of calcium and the presence of nanobacteria, calcification can be found in some degree in virtually every adult and even some children. It leads to a plethora of illnesses and manifests as achy joints, hardened arteries, cellulite, cysts, kidney stones, gallstones, dental plaque, cataracts, and bone spurs, among many other health problems. By breaking down calcification and removing parasites, heavy metals, and other "unwanted guests" from your system, you can reverse the aging process and eliminate the prospect of degenerative disease from your future. Part 1 of the Longevity Now Program focuses on supplements to dissolve the buildup of calcium in your system, leading to freer movement, a clearer head, and a lighter step. Part 2 focuses on boosting your immunity, using a variety of supplements to make your body as resilient as possible. Part 3 focuses on rejuvenating each and every cell of your body with nutrient-packed supplements and superfoods. Part 4 focuses on using special electromagnetic grounding technologies to eliminate parasites and reconnect you with the rhythmic cycles of Earth's energy field. Part 5 focuses on deep-tissue bodywork and yoga, so that you can move blocked energy around and break up stagnation in typically unaccessed parts of the body. In addition to all this, Wolfe offers abundant additional information to help you more fully live the Longevity Now lifestyle, such as foods to avoid, healthful alternative sweeteners, delicious recipes, and more tips and tricks to keep you on the path of rejuvenation, radiant health, and full-throttle vitality. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Health & Fitness

Seaweed And Eat It

Author : Fiona Houston
ISBN : 9781448132560
Genre : Cooking
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Seaweed And Eat It is the foodie's answer to The Dangerous Book for Boys, and a nostalgic journey of rediscovery for the whole family. Part cookbook, part natural history guide, with tasty recipes, fascinating folklore and inspiring ideas for seasonal feasts, Seaweed leads the reader through the process of identifying, learning about and cooking unusual and native wild foods. From discovering edible wild plants and flowers, to creating delicious seasonal feasts, Seaweed puts the fun into foraging and injects a sense of adventure into preparing dinner. For anyone interested in the origins of their food - or who's shocked by the price of elderflower cordial - this inspirational cookbook will ensure mealtimes are never dull. This revised edition is black and white.
Category: Cooking

English Toss On Planet Andong A Dark Teaching Comedy

Author : Dave Franklin
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Genre : Humor
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A biting black comedy that centres on three hopeless expat teachers in South Korea. Every year thousands of people travel to faraway lands to teach English as a foreign language. The fools. One such expat is Paul Taylor, a heartbroken Aussie looking for a fresh start in a South Korean classroom. The lack of training isn't much of a help, but it's the baffling natives and unhinged flatmates that really start to convince him he's crash-landed in another galaxy... Packed with over the top characters, English Toss is a demented sitcom of a novel that revels in the extremes of expat dislocation. *** R-rated for bad language and politically incorrect humour *** 'The author has an excellent ear for dialogue and some of his set-pieces are laugh out loud funny.' - Groove Korea magazine 'Startlingly different.' - Australian Crime Fiction '...the writing has pace, and is hilarious in places. An expose on Korean culture on and ESL teaching this book is not. But as a simple black comedy, English Toss is worth reading.' - The Korea Herald Length: 107,000 words.
Category: Humor

Nothing To Envy

Author : Barbara Demick
ISBN : 9780385529617
Genre : Social Science
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An eye-opening account of life inside North Korea—a closed world of increasing global importance—hailed as a “tour de force of meticulous reporting” (The New York Review of Books) NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST • NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD FINALIST In this landmark addition to the literature of totalitarianism, award-winning journalist Barbara Demick follows the lives of six North Korean citizens over fifteen years—a chaotic period that saw the death of Kim Il-sung, the rise to power of his son Kim Jong-il (the father of Kim Jong-un), and a devastating famine that killed one-fifth of the population. Demick brings to life what it means to be living under the most repressive regime today—an Orwellian world that is by choice not connected to the Internet, where displays of affection are punished, informants are rewarded, and an offhand remark can send a person to the gulag for life. She takes us deep inside the country, beyond the reach of government censors, and through meticulous and sensitive reporting we see her subjects fall in love, raise families, nurture ambitions, and struggle for survival. One by one, we witness their profound, life-altering disillusionment with the government and their realization that, rather than providing them with lives of abundance, their country has betrayed them. Praise for Nothing to Envy “Provocative . . . offers extensive evidence of the author’s deep knowledge of this country while keeping its sights firmly on individual stories and human details.”—The New York Times “Deeply moving . . . The personal stories are related with novelistic detail.”—The Wall Street Journal “A tour de force of meticulous reporting.”—The New York Review of Books “Excellent . . . humanizes a downtrodden, long-suffering people whose individual lives, hopes and dreams are so little known abroad.”—San Francisco Chronicle “The narrow boundaries of our knowledge have expanded radically with the publication of Nothing to Envy. . . . Elegantly structured and written, [it] is a groundbreaking work of literary nonfiction.”—John Delury, Slate “At times a page-turner, at others an intimate study in totalitarian psychology.”—The Philadelphia Inquirer
Category: Social Science