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Saffron
Author : Alireza Koocheki,Mohammad Khajeh-Hosseini
Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
Release Date : 2020-01-16
ISBN 10 : 0128187409
Pages : 580 pages
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Saffron: Science, Technology and Health summarizes the scientific, technical and health aspects of this crop. Saffron possesses unique agronomical, ecological, social and physiological characteristics. And, there are various chemical components present in saffron, including carbohydrates, minerals, vitamins, color pigment, aromatic and flavoring agents. Saffron has a long history of use in traditional medicine, and in recent years, the application of saffron in the medical industry as a cancer curing and antidepressant agent has brought more attention. There is also a growing trend of saffron use in the conventional food industry, including saffron desserts, cream, butter, beverages, powders, cake mixes and soups. Intended for nutrition scientists and scientists and technologists working in the areas of food, agriculture, new product development and pharmacology. Summarizes the scientific, technical and health aspects of saffron Explores the use of saffron in the conventional food industry in the development of new products Uncovers the unique agronomical, ecological, social and physiological characteristics of saffron

An abridged catalogue of the Saffron Walden museum
Author : Saffron Walden mus
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 1845
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 106 pages
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Saffron (Crocus Sativus)
Author : M Kafi,A. Koocheki,M.H. Rashed
Publisher : Science Publishers
Release Date : 2006-01-04
ISBN 10 : 9781578084272
Pages : 244 pages
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Saffron is a precious spice which is mainly grown in Iran, India, Spain, Greece, Italy, Pakistan, Morocco, and central Asian countries. Until recently, saffron was perceived only for its value as a spice. However, with recent research findings pointing to the medicinal properties of saffron such as its antimicrobial, anticarcinogenic and antioxidant effects, interest in this plant has increased. The book presents a comprehensive account of saffron which includes the historical background, acerage underproduction, yield and applications, botanical ecophysiology, production technology, irrigation, pests, diseases and weeds, genetics, sterility, reproduction and production of secondary metabolites by in vitro method, economic aspects, indigenous knowledge in saffron production, processing, chemical composition and quality control, and research strategies.

Saffron
Author : Moshe Negbi
Publisher : CRC Press
Release Date : 1999-06-23
ISBN 10 : 9780203303665
Pages : 148 pages
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Providing a comprehensive and contemporary overview of the status of this particular genus, this book will be of interest to all those concerned with the study and uses of spices, medicinal and aromatic plants.

Secrets of Saffron
Author : Pat Willard
Publisher : Beacon Press
Release Date : 2002-04-11
ISBN 10 : 9780807050095
Pages : 240 pages
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There are few words as evocative as saffron. Over thousands of years it has perfumed the halls of Crete's palaces, made Cleopatra more alluring, and driven crusaders and German peasants to their deaths. While spices that drove adventurers to the ends of the earth, such as cinnamon, mace, and ginger, have become commonplace, saffron remains tantalizingly exotic. Nothing more than the dried stamens of the autumn-flowering purple crocus, it might as well be fairy dust. Resistant to modern horticultural technology, the fragile blossoms must still be gathered by hand from the ancient fields of Iran, Greece, Italy, southern France, and Spain. Secrets of Saffron is the story of this extravagant rover. Guided with wit and assurance by acclaimed food writer Pat Willard, we roam the rich landscapes of history and personal memory. We dine in the heavenly gardens of Persia; bathe with Alexander the Great; are served golden swans at the medieval court of France. With Willard's help, we also discover the quiet comforts of saffron, from soups that have eased illness to pies that defy death, until we arrive at last in the present day at a small garden in Brooklyn. Told in sumptuous prose, complete with fabulous ancient and modern recipes—including a Moorish wedding feast, a luscious creme brulee, and a balm for an aching heart—Secrets of Saffron will awaken in you a voracious desire for the private pleasures of this most precious spice. "I am impressed by Pat Willard's singleminded devotion to one of my favorite subjects. I have been under saffron's spell for some time and it is an integral ingredient in my cooking. I love the romance of its noble and complicated history, as well as the painstaking process of cultivation." —Todd English, author of The Olives Dessert Table "Saffron, the haughtiest, most expensive, and most mysterious of spices, has found its rightful biographer in Pat Willard, who plumbs its historical, mythological, and psychological depths with illuminating insight and a richly evocative (and surprisingly personal) prose. For saffron lovers, this book is a necessary read; for those like myself who have previously equated that spice with such culinary esoterica as gold leaf flakes or wild fennel pollen, Secrets of Saffron is a revelation—and a highly enjoyable page-turner, as well." —John Thorne, author of Outlaw Cook and Pot on the Fire "An admiring account of an exotic spice with a long and varied history, by a food writer whose imagination keeps the story light and lively... a charming little gift for an inquisitive cook."—Kirkus Reviews

Saffron
Author : Alireza Koocheki,Mohammad Khajeh-Hosseini
Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
Release Date : 2020-01-16
ISBN 10 : 0128187409
Pages : 580 pages
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Saffron: Science, Technology and Health summarizes the scientific, technical and health aspects of this crop. Saffron possesses unique agronomical, ecological, social and physiological characteristics. And, there are various chemical components present in saffron, including carbohydrates, minerals, vitamins, color pigment, aromatic and flavoring agents. Saffron has a long history of use in traditional medicine, and in recent years, the application of saffron in the medical industry as a cancer curing and antidepressant agent has brought more attention. There is also a growing trend of saffron use in the conventional food industry, including saffron desserts, cream, butter, beverages, powders, cake mixes and soups. Intended for nutrition scientists and scientists and technologists working in the areas of food, agriculture, new product development and pharmacology. Summarizes the scientific, technical and health aspects of saffron Explores the use of saffron in the conventional food industry in the development of new products Uncovers the unique agronomical, ecological, social and physiological characteristics of saffron

Saffron Dreams
Author : Shaila Abdullah
Publisher : Loving Healing Press
Release Date : 2009-01-01
ISBN 10 : 1932690735
Pages : 232 pages
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Arissa Illahi, a Muslim artist and writer, discovers in a single moment that life itself chooses one's destiny. After her husband's death in the collapse of the World Trade Center, the discovery of his manuscript marks Arissa's reconnection to life.

Khaki Shorts and Saffron Flags
Author : Tapan Basu,Pradip Datta,Sumit Sarkar,Tanika Sarkar,Sambuddha Sen
Publisher : Orient Blackswan
Release Date : 1993
ISBN 10 : 9780863113833
Pages : 116 pages
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This Important Tract Is Essential Reading For Anyone Who Is Concerned With The Real Nature Of The Politics Of Hindutva, And With The Increasing Communalization Of Indian Society.

Crocologia – A Detailed Study of Saffron, the King of Plants
Author : Sally Francis,Maria Teresa Ramandi
Publisher : BRILL
Release Date : 2020-07-13
ISBN 10 : 9004435298
Pages : 334 pages
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In Crocologia – A Study of Saffron, the King of Plants, Sally Francis and Maria Teresa Ramandi provide the first translation into English of a unique seventeenth century book devoted to saffron, with a commentary on its author and on saffron.

Saffron
Author : Gillian Green
Publisher : Lulu.com
Release Date : 2014
ISBN 10 : 130483834X
Pages : 329 pages
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The Saffron Connection
Author : Yvonne Taylor
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Release Date : 2014-09-10
ISBN 10 : 1496990706
Pages : 304 pages
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The Saffron Connection is a story about how people’s minds are easily corrupted by money, or the promise of money. Loyalties are forgotten. Previous character traits are bent in a dangerous direction, while the characters become somebody they never intended to be. The story takes place in Italy and stretches to Switzerland and overseas. But are humans able to learn from their missteps?

Saffron
Author : N.A
Publisher : PediaPress
Release Date :
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 329 pages
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An Account of Saffron
Author : Dublin Society
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 1732
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 14 pages
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Saffron Grass
Author : Sudhir Reddy
Publisher : Partridge Publishing
Release Date : 2013-08
ISBN 10 : 1482811294
Pages : 232 pages
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A mysterious ancient Hindu relic is discovered deep in the jungles of Mexico, and a young professor from India is called to examine it. Ridden with death and danger, his odyssey unravels many deep hidden secrets of the erased history of mankind and culminates in saving the world from a global crisis. Provocative and awe-inspiring, Saffron Grass will change your perspective of the world as we know it.

Saffron Sky
Author : Gelareh Asayesh
Publisher : Beacon Press
Release Date : 2000-10
ISBN 10 : 9780807072110
Pages : 222 pages
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Gifted journalist Gelareh Asayesh writes indelibly of her struggle to balance an Iranian childhood with her adult life in America. "A brave and beautifully written memoir that should be read by all who seek to understand Iran, America, or the divided life of the exile. Rarely have the enduring questions of time, place, faith, and identity been explored with such an array of amazing images. -Tom Drury, author of The Black Brook

Saffron Skies
Author : Lesley Lokko
Publisher : Orion
Release Date : 2010-06-24
ISBN 10 : 1409106233
Pages : 688 pages
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Spanning five decades, SAFFRON SKIES is a magnificent story of sisters, friends, families and love. MAX SALL, powerful, wealthy and utterly ruthless, a man without a past ... His wife, ANGELA, a society debutante who fell in love with the dark, handsome stranger, and broke her parents' hearts when she married him ... His mistress, FRANCESCA, the glamorous air stewardess, who saw in Max her ticket out of the Italian provinces and grabbed it - and him - with both hands ... And his daughters: AMBER, more like her father than she'll ever know, smart, shrewd and determined to achieve, whatever the cost; and PAOLA, groomed by her mother to succeed where she failed, in getting a man to marry her. Max's women are very different, but they all demand his attention. While Amber and Paola are growing up in the 1970s, their mothers somehow find a way to share Max between them. But when Amber and Paola fall in love with the same man two decades later, they're determined that this time there will be no sharing...

Saffron Grass
Author : Sudhir Reddy Rebala
Publisher : Partridge Publishing
Release Date : 2014-02-07
ISBN 10 : 1482817659
Pages : 356 pages
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A mysterious ancient Hindu relic is discovered deep in the jungles of Mexico, and a young professor from India is called to examine it. Ridden with death and danger, his odyssey unravels many deep hidden secrets of the erased history of mankind and culminates in saving the world from a global crisis. Provocative and awe-inspiring Saffron Grass will change your perspective of the world as we know it.

Saffron
Author : Maryam Sarwat,Sajida Sumaiya
Publisher : Academic Press
Release Date : 2020-01-23
ISBN 10 : 0128184639
Pages : 294 pages
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Saffron: The Age-Old Panacea in a New Light is the first book to detail the functions and effect of saffron in medicinal situations. This book explores the medicinal aspects of saffron and the effect saffron imparts on various diseases of the central nervous system, cardiovascular system, digestive system, locomotor system, urogenital system, eye, skin, and immune system, along with their mechanism of action. This perpetual bulb found mainly in Asia and Europe, Iran, India and Mediterranean countries has been shown to reduce seizures, delay convulsions, and as a neuroprotective agent against cerebral ischemia, brain damage, and Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. In addition, it also reduces depression, hypnosis and anxiety and enhances learning and memory skills. Outlines the history of the medicinal use of saffron Provides details on the mechanism of action of saffron Explores the effect of saffron on specific aspects of the body

The Complete Works of Thomas Nashe: Haue with you to Saffron-Waldon, 1596. Terrors of the night, 1594
Author : Thomas Nash
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 1883
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 329 pages
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The Saffron Gate
Author : Linda Holeman
Publisher : Headline
Release Date : 2011-09-01
ISBN 10 : 075538914X
Pages : 384 pages
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A young American woman's journey to track down her missing lover becomes an enthralling adventure of mystery, passion, danger and self-discovery set against the spellbinding backdrop of 1930s Marrakech. Sidonie O'Shea enjoys the quiet life she shares with fiancé Etienne Duverger in upstate New York. But when Etienne suddenly disappears without word, she finds a letter amongst his belongings that turns her world upside down. Refusing to believe that Etienne would abandon her, Sidonie travels to Morocco in search of him, determined to know the truth. But nothing can prepare her for what she is about to discover, both about the man she thought she loved and an unknown world of dangerous secrets in a country steeped in mystery...