The Coca Cookbook: 35 Recipes With The Forbidden Superfood

· Yogang

About this ebook

Vegans, watch out and prostate yourselves before God, Glory to Him, the Exalted One! A single leaf carries more calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fibre, ash, minerals, calcium, phosphorous, iron, potassium, magnesium, sodium, ascorbic acid, and vitamins, A, B1, B2, C, as well as E, than any other plant or infusion you know! While the traditional consumption of coca leaves benefits the human health, the concentration of cocaine alkaloid in the leaf is so little that it won't produce a high, nor it leads to addiction. Did you ever try non-alcoholic beer? Coca could be the unbeaten king of nutrition, it could have saved billions of lives, if only science was immune to racism. You are reading the first cookbook that cooks with the green-tea-tasting leafs of coca. Here you will find an extensive, vegetarian collection of the so called Novoandina Kitchen, which seeks to continue and adapt the traditional Incan Kitchen to a global world. A wide range of cooked and baked goods, even dishes can be made with coca simply by grinding the leaves into a healthy, low-carb version of flour called harina. Harina can also be stirred into juices or blended in smoothies which are rich in vitamins. Keep in mind that you can mix harina in any food that requires flour, the magical recipes in this cookbook will show you how. Que aproveche and bon appetit! Sincerely, Dr. Bebe Fiammetta

About the author

Dr. Bebe Fiammetta is the author of the first Coca Cookbook. Check out her recipes if you like the smell of coca and wanna try new meals, desserts, or drinks with the forbidden superfood! #Novoandina

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