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Salt and the Art of Seasoning

From Curing to Charring and Baking to Brining, Techniques and Recipes to Help You Achieve Extraordinary Flavours

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‘A cure and a tonic – Salt and the Art of Seasoning is a wonderfully gritty book, full of recipes I’d happily bring to the table.’

Gill Meller, author of Outside

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Detaljer

Forlag
Chelsea Green Publishing UK
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781915294036
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
25 x 18 cm

Anmeldelser

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‘A cure and a tonic – Salt and the Art of Seasoning is a wonderfully gritty book, full of recipes I’d happily bring to the table.’

Gill Meller, author of Outside

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'[The] recipe book that will make all your other recipe books taste better.'

The Telegraph

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‘Concise and crisp, Salt and the Art of Seasoning’s well-written pages are likely useful, be it for a reason, a season or a lifetime. You’ll return to it like a horse to a salt lick!’

Valentine Warner, cook, broadcaster and author of The Consolation of Food

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‘James has taken on writing a book about the most singularly important ingredient in the kitchen. Salt gives life. Our bodies cannot perform without salt, but that’s not what I mean. I am always asked by friends and customers why my food tastes so much better than theirs. I give two answers. The first: “I have been a chef for 30 years so I’m not surprised!” The second is merely one word, “salt”. Salt gives life to ingredients like no other spice. When you cook with enough salt it brings out the natural flavour so that there is no need to season it afterwards. Cooking without salt would be cooking without soul!’

Mark Sargeant, chef patron of The Brasserie MS and author of My Kind of Cooking

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‘This is an inspiring, informative and imaginative study of the most essential of seasonings in which James writes with passion and enthusiasm about this sometimes unfairly vilified ingredient in all its glory. He demonstrates salt's versatility, importance and beauty in a book brimming with recipes and projects that I can’t wait to try.’

George Egg, comedian and cook

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‘There’s so much more to salt than… salt. James Strawbridge delves into the myriad types, tastes, uses and history of salt – a seasoning that has the power to transform the flavour of even the humblest ingredient.’

Karen Barnes, Editorial Director of delicious

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‘I have always known how creative and artistic James is but Salt and the Art of Seasoning shows his technical side and understanding of the science of seasoning, and salt. Who thought I would enjoy understanding lacto-fermentation – I never stopped to think about how sauerkraut was made during my many years living in Germany. You simply have to do the tomato test and explore the concept of merroir, then your eyes will be truly opened. I’m not saying that I will be trying to perfect the two-finger grind but my cupboard suddenly contains a diversity of salt hitherto unknown, and I have a greater understanding of why salt deserves its place in our history, from a means of payment to being the go-to condiment.’

Dick Strawbridge, author and presenter of Channel 4’s Escape to the Chateau

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‘Salt and the Art of Seasoning is a worthy and inspirational homage to the most essential ingredient in our pantry. James teaches us how salt is the ultimate way to harness flavour, transform textures, ferment, preserve and improve our cooking.’ 

Eco-Chef Tom Hunt, author of Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet

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‘I’m obsessed with salts; I collect them, write about them, cook with them, and even grow them. Just when I thought I knew all that I could about salt, Chef Strawbridge drops some delicious knowledge with Salt and the Art of Seasoning. Anyone who pickles, ferments, makes charcuterie, or enjoys other culinary techniques that are salt focused needs this book in their workspace.’

Jeremy Umansky, co-author of Koji Alchemy

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‘Knowing how and when to use different salts is one of the most important parts of cooking, but navigating the different types and when they should be used can be confusing. James has put together a great manual on how to use what’s probably the most important seasoning in the kitchen.’

Alan Bergo, author of The Forager Chef’s Book of Flora

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'A paean to the transformative effects of natural salts'

The Observer

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‘This book is a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Stunning photography, mouth-wateringly delicious recipes, peppered throughout with fascinating insights and information about the world of salt, written in a wonderfully readable and imaginative style. Never again will salt be an afterthought in our household.’

Brigit Strawbridge Howard, author of Dancing with Bees

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‘I’m loving Salt and the Art of Seasoning and James’s in-depth knowledge of this amazing ingredient. As a chef, salt is a massive part of my cooking, so this is a book that sits firmly on my shelf. Get yourself a salt block and try the scallop ceviche. Salt is extraordinary and so is this book.’

Andrew Tuck, chef at St Kew Inn

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