Latest culinary trend Spiralising preserves both flavour and nutrients.
Spiralising is fast becoming a culinary trend and spiralising your vegetables has many benefits. Spiralising reduces cooking time which preserves both the flavour and the nutrients of your vegetables. And spiralisers couldn't be easier to use. Here are 30 creative, simple recipes for snacks and starters, mains and desserts, including ideas for meat, poultry and seafood, as well as vegetarian dishes. So get creative with your vegetable ribbons and vegetable spaghetti and replace your carbohydrate-heavy pasta and noodles with vegetable noodles. Eating more vegetables has never been this easy or looked so pretty on your plate!
Zoe Armbruster is a food stylist who grew up in Saint-Germain-des-Pres in Paris where her love of food and style found a natural nurturing ground. There she discovered a mix of delicious foods through her dad's love for Michelin star restaurants and her mum's devotion to organic and healthy foods. She now lives in San Francisco and loves its diverse cooking cultures and ingredients, and all the fresh produce on offer.
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