Asian Vegetable Books: Your faves?
Two older Asian crop books I still enjoy are "Let Nature do the Growing" by Gajin Tokuno (1986), and "Beyond Bok Choy" by Rosa Lo San Ross (1996).
Tokuno's book (270 pages) has line drawings at various growth stages (from seed leaves to mature plant), and specs on 78 veggies-mainly Asian. Each veggie treatment has its own planting and harvesting cycle indicated. Overall emphasis is organic/permaculture gardening.
Ross's book is a super-treasure as each crop is illustrated in natural color (some of my labels get lost), and has general info, sometimes history, use, storage, cultivation and a simple recipe for its appreciation.
What are your special "go to" books?