This book starts with more than fifty stories about the original materials of vegetable dites. These charming stories not only record the process of discovering food but also moved you by authors’ unique real experience.
These stores are divided into four chapter .Chapter One consists of some brief history of he vegetable dites on Chinese traditional Festival; Chapter Two describes some free growers which are treated as nutritious food now. Li Tao describes how linking our eating to seasonal rhythms can ensure a harmonious relationship between ourselves and the environment.
Li Tao leads his kitchen brigade to innovate some popular traditional vegetable dites. Chapter Three introduces thrty-nine innovated delicious vegetable diet recipes appreciated by celebrity, as White Tea Mousse, Boiled Cha rice and Rice Cake in Fermented Rice wine etc are shared by some vegetarian director and actors.
Chapter Four is a delightful look at the philosophy, history, and culture of tea in China and abroad. Tea is a significant volume in the study of vegetable dites and sure to become a classic in itself. Li Tao shares his experience of tea-tasing which make you think more deeply about the tea you drink, the vegetable food you eat and the life you own.