The 12th-century Benedictine Abbess Hildegard of Bingen was blessed with an astonishing array of talents. She was, among other things, a mystic, naturalist, visionary, and composer. Free reading is the most important place on the Internet, where you find the texts of many public books. Here you can From Saint Hildegard's Kitchen without checking in. Here you can see many famous works, not only novels, but also poems, journalism and autobiography. A feature of free reading is the fulfillment of the original edition of From Saint Hildegard's Kitchen, which has several formats. Thanks to this you can read an ebook on different devices. The large format does not always make reading easier, but gives the work a special ambience. Hildegard was also granted, by means of heavenly visions, in-depth knowledge about human nutrition. She believed "foods of joy" revitalized us and helped preserve good health in every sphere--physical, spiritual, and psychological. Now, famed French chef Jany Fournier-Rosset has mined from Hildegard's writings a collection of tasty recipes--you'll find everything from simple jams to chestnut souffle, from spiced wine to Tunisian ratatouille. The book contains a measurement conversion table, cooking terms, special bread-making instructions, lists of ingredients with definitions, sources for rare ingredients used in the recipes, and an index. Readers will also find a brief biography of Hildegard and table graces from Saint Benedict and others. With a focus on good health and vegetables and herbs from the garden, From Saint Hildegard's Kitchen makes a wonderful gift for the cooks in your life--including you! View sample pages. "Paperback"