Just released, an Italian vegetarian cookbook by Ylenia Sambatii

Italian cuisine may be one of the most popular in the USA and if you are part of an Italian family you have enjoyed traditional dishes as well as special treats on holidays. 

Although fresh vegetables are a mainstay in Italian cooking, a vegetarian diet is now achievable with the new book by Ylenia Sambatti:    Italian, Simple Vegetarian

A lifelong vegetarian, Yle says she learned to cook from Nonna Antonietta, her grandmother.  “I loved watching her being fully immersed in making pasta, she had this amazing art for making pasta.  

For years Yle has organized travel adventures in Puglia that included food experiences.    The increased interest in the regional cooking of southern Italy, led to creating Cook in Puglia cooking school.    With a platform to demonstrate farm to table specialties and the increased interest in vegetarian dishes or a healthier diet, she decided to share recipes she has cooked for her family and at her school. 

For years Yle has organized travel adventures in Puglia that included food experiences.    The increased interest in the regional cooking of southern Italy, led to creating Cook in Puglia cooking school.    With a platform to demonstrate farm to table specialties and the increased interest in vegetarian dishes or a healthier diet, she decided to share recipes she has cooked for her family and at her school. 

Thirty easy to follow recipes feature soups, main dishes and even deserts.  The ingredients are often already found in your kitchen and the step-by-step instructions are simple and clearly listed.     

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After months of cooking at home, now may be a perfect time to follow Yle’s suggestion about cooking: “rethink some ways of living and go in a healthier direction when possible, not a drastic change but gradual”.   

Available on kindle at Amazon   

author contact:  info@cookinpuglia.com

Published by Lee Laurino

A traveler not a tourist, searching for experiences not in travel books. Solo traveler who travels as long and far as possible sharing photos of the people and places I discover

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