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Sandra Garson continues exploring food wisdom, cooking and practicing Dharma. She recently taught cooking at a Buddhist center in Ulan Baator, Mongolia. Her book How to Fix a Leek and Other Food from Your Farmers' Market is now available as an ebook. She is President of the US charity, Veggiyana, dedicating to feeding Buddhist sangha. Her next project is Nana Letscook, the kitchen genie who teaches the magic of food to kids.
"Pure and simple ingredients, brilliantly easy recipes and a liberal serving of Dharma will nourish the body of wisdom well past mealtime."--Karen Maezen Miller, author of Hand Wash Cold and Momma Zen "The recipes are wholesome, nutritious, simple and express the author's premise that fueling the body with the right foods are the keys to a healthy mind and body."--The Vegan Mouse "Sandy she has written a love letter to centuries of culinary innovation and tradition."--Bookadda.com "I do recommend this book, especially for those who already have a number of cookbooks. With its mixture of narratives and foreign recipes, this cookbook is unlike any others I've seen."--Sally Kneidel, Ph.D, VeggieRevolution.com "In order to have comfort, happiness, and a long life in this human body, we need to eat good food that is healthful and nourishing, and we must learn to eat with wisdom--and in Veggiyana, Sandra Garson shows us how to do this."--Thrangu Rinpoche "Veggiyana pleases the palate, and nourishes our Dharma practice."--Cheryl Wilfong, author The Meditative Gardener "This is one beautiful book! Veggiyana is a book to be treasured, living as it will in my kitchen and in my heart."--Toni Bernhard, author of How to Be Sick: A Buddhist Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers