THE Matcha - 3 cookbooks - lifestyle - photobooks
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1. The Matcha Cookbook by Aster, 128 pages, ENG
Discover the health benefits and uses of matcha, with 50 delicious recipes.
From a simple matcha latte to ice cream, infused salt, smoothie bowls, tea loaves and homemade beauty recipes, The Matcha Cookbook explores the history, health benefits of match and offers 50 delicious recipes using this super healthy ingredient.
As an ingredient, matcha is growing in popularity with health foodies and wellness seekers, with over 2.7 million posts on Instagram.
Research shows that matcha can reduce the risk of cancer, improve heart health, aid recovery from exercise and help prevent ageing; the traditional matcha tea alone contains the nutritional equivalent of 10 cups of regular green tea, with 137 times more antioxidants, acting as the body's defence agents.
2. Matcha (COOKBOOK) by Gretha Scholtz, 176 pages, ENG
The new trend is green: matcha is top-quality green tea that is ground into a find powder.
Originally used in the traditional Japanese tea ceremony, matcha is now inventively used in other dishes as well.
And now we are going to make this neon-green ingredient our very own: with its tart-sweet taste, Matcha gives ice cream or smoothies its own special kick.
Other than the color, what is so special about this powder? The entire tea leaf is ground to make matcha powder, which means all of the beneficial ingredients in green tea--like anti-oxidants and phytochemicals-are preserved. It is a great reason to take a closer look at this green trend!
3. Matcha: A Lifestyle Guide by Jessica Flint, 180 pages, ENG
Yes, you can read an entire book about tea.
Why? Because matcha is no ordinary tea. And, if social media is any indication, it is quickly unseating coffee as the energy-boosting drink of choice.
Why? Because this powdered green tea’s caffeine kick produces no jitters, no crash, and―if that’s not convincing enough―gives you fl ow-state energy coupled with mental clarity. Sound too good to be true? It isn’t.
Matcha: A Lifestyle Guide offers everything one needs to enjoy the green goodness at a matcha bar or in the home kitchen. Featuring dozens of recipes for sweet and savory foods as well as matcha-based drinks and cocktails, this is the fi rst book to cover both sides of matcha―ancient beverage and contemporary superfood―and is an essential guide for both matcha novices and the already converted.