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ONAKA: Vibrant Recipes from a Wholesome Restaurant - cover

ONAKA: Vibrant Recipes from a Wholesome Restaurant

Rosalind Lim

Publisher: Epigram Books

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Scrap the notion that healthy is boring. Eat consciously, live mindfully: wise words from Onaka restaurateur Rosalind Lim and head chef Jason Vito. Combining nutritional science, culinary innovation and a deep appreciation for fresh produce, their dishes draw from East and West. Creations such as the Chilli Crab Pasta, Eggplant Bacon and Roasted Mushroom Soba sit alongside desserts like the sugar-free Double Chocolate Torte or dairy-free Hazelnut Chocolate Mousse Cake. This book promises to do equal good for the waistline, heart and soul.

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