"A beautifully illustrated cookbook that documents the indomitable spirit of a people whose defining greeting is still 'Have you eaten yet?' Adorned with period posters and trivia that captures the absurdity of the time . . . the 80 homely recipes inspire with their simplicity and no-nonsense prose." --Daven Wu, "TIME"Vom Verlag:
In 1969 Sasha Gong, like millions of other Chinese teenagers, was forced from her home in the city to live and work with peasants in the countrys ideas part of China's Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). The work was backbreaking, rations were tight, but one part of her "re-education" she remembers fondly is how to make simple, delicious country cooking. The Cultural Revolution Cookbook is a collection of delectable, healthy and easy-to-make Chinese recipes from the villages, interspersed with personal narrative and bits of historical context. With easy to find ingredients and easy techniques, anyone can prepare these authentic Chinese dishes.
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