M.D. Hui-Ting Huang, President of Taiwan Adventist Hospital
M.D. Frank Yang, President of Hong Kong Adventist Hospital
Dr. Martin Williams, Ex-president of Taiwan Foreign Correspondents Club
For a Healthier and Brighter Life
101 recipes from the NEWSTART Lifestyle Program
Many studies have shown that vegetarian diet is the best access to the prevention of chronic diseases; it leads to the widespread establishment of various vegetarian restaurants. In order to enhance the taste of vegetarian food, however, most traditional vegetarian recipes contain excessive oil and seasoning. The intake of those results in the increasing cases of chronic diseases for some vegetarians. The unhealthy cooking method not only leads to the risk of cerebral vascular and heart diseases, also the possibility of cancer.
Principles of Cooking:
? Keep cooking simple and try to preserve the original flavor. Mild ingredients such as lemon, spring onions, garlic, basil, coriander and other natural spices can be added to enhance flavor. Avoid using refined & processed ingredients and seasonings with irrelative effects.
Do not overcook to avoid the loss of nutrients. Keep it raw as far as possible.
Excessive washing and peeling will lead to a loss of minerals, vitamins and trace minerals. Use only a small amount of water when cooking.
Use a non-stick pan to cook, or to steam, grill and double boil, to preserve the original flavor.
The recipes in this cookbook are categorized into 4 parts as follows:
PART① Home-Style Cooking: Rice, Noodles, Main Dishes, Soup
PART② Light Meal Cooking: Light Meals, Salads, Snacks, Beverages
PART③ Baking Recipes: Bread, Cakes, Crackers
PART④ Homemade Sauces & Dressings: Sauces, Dressing, Jelly