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From the bloggers and foodie couple behind Elephantastic Vegan, Bianca Haun and Sascha Naderer bring seventy-five delicious plant-based recipes to the table. The Veginner's Cookbook is for anyone thinking about transitioning to a vegan diet or having difficulties maintaining a vegan lifestyle; Bianca and Sascha call them Veginners. In their debut cookbook, Bianca and Sascha combine their favorite easy recipes with their knowledge about how to handle difficult situations as a vegan. Readers will learn how to make easy vegan swapping alternatives and time-saving tricks, order at restaurants, and what to tell family and friends. The Veginner's Cookbook is designed for everyday use and all recipes are made from simple ingredients and instructions that any Veginner can follow. Recipes include: Sunflower & Flaxseed Bread Red Mushroom Soup No-Bake Lime Blueberry Cheesecake Fancy Apple Roses Stovetop Avocado Pizza And More! Vegan cooking doesn't have to be difficult, expensive, or time intensive to make easy, delicious, homemade food that anyone can enjoy!
More than 60 recipes for vegan snacks guaranteed to satisfy your cravings as well as give your body both instant fuel and long-term health-enhancing nutrition. It's time to quit processed convenience snacks full of salt, sugar and dairy and choose a healthier way to graze. Here you'll find nuts and other nibbles that make tasty and convenient snacks when hunger pangs strike. Next up portable pocket-size energy balls and bars are perfect for when you are on the move. There are recipes for feeding friends too - whip up a dip to serve at your next get-together. And if you are hosting a larger gathering, look no further than crunchy creole cauliflower, perfect for party platters! Finally, sweet treats that will pep up your next box-set binge include cocoa-almond freezer fudge pops, proving once and for all that plant-based snacking can be every bit as delicious as it is good for you!
Before Hollywood goddesses like Gwyneth and Beyoncé; before Deliciously Ella and Vegan Before Six, there was Mrs Richter, the trailblazing nutritional guru who opened the world's first ever raw, vegan restaurant. Having opened its doors in 1917, the Eutropheon served up a delicious array of soups, pies and confections, enticing diners to the table throughout the 1920s. Drawing upon a wholesome array of purely plant-based ingredients, Vera Richter s recipes rely upon choppers, mixers and the glorious LA sunshine (required to dry out her homemade pies), but never the oven or the hob. One hundred percent raw, the vitamin content of her dishes was never compromised by conventional baking or frying methods.
From cow-less ice-cream to egg-less mayonnaise, gluten-free tamales to homemade almond milk, Vintage Vegan collects over 100 of her most mouth-watering recipes for you to recreate at home. So, prepare to step away from the oven and back in time. Guaranteed to make you glow from the inside out while shedding a few pounds in the process Vintage Vegan provides a tantalizing taste of the Roaring Twenties that s sure to leave you hungry for more.
Grow your own fruit and vegetables, herbs, salads and sprouts, and then turn your produce into delicious, no-fuss vegan meals that are healthy for you and the planet. Father and daughter team, Piers Warren and Ella Bee Glendining, share successful growing techniques and seasonal recipes, plus years of experience of animal-free, healthy living. They show you how to: * Grow your own food * Garden without animal products * Grow more challenging but delicious crops * Produce food all year with practical growing techniques * Store any excess to keep you going through the leaner months * Cook your produce with a selection of satisfying and delicious recipes Discover the fun and huge sense of satisfaction that comes from cooking something you have produced yourself. Grow and eat for a more ethical, healthy and sustainable world!
Eating fresh, locally-grown vegetables each day is healthy for you and the planet and now, with this Indian cookbook, vegetarian meals don't have to be boring! This new vegetarian, Indian cookbook by acclaimed author and caterer Shubhra Ramineni proves just how fun cooking with vegetables can be. It includes over 80 recipes showing you how to prepare vegetables and fruits the Indian way with many easy-to-make vegan and gluten-free alternatives as well. When Ramineni became a mother, one of her top priorities was to ensure that healthy and delicious home-cooked vegetarian meals would be a central part of her daughter's childhood experience. Her mother is a nutritionist and skilled Indian cook, so with her help, Ramineni set about transforming the seemingly bland vegetarian diet into the fantastic array of great-tasting meals and snacks in this vegetarian cookbook that will taste as good as they make you feel. Indian cooks have a centuries-old tradition of crafting fresh vegetables into tempting meals since India is the home of vegan and gluten-free eating. Ancient Indian Vedic practices have also resulted with India claiming the world's most extensive range of natural food flavourings-including many spices like turmeric, ginger, and cumin, which have proven health benefits. With a few of these in your pantry, along with this vegetarian cookbook, you can effortlessly whip up flavourful dishes, like: Split Chickpea and Zucchini Stew Coconut Vegetable Curry with Tofu Tandoori Tofu Kebabs Vegetable Pilaf And over 75 more, with vegan and gluten-free modifications! Your friends and family will be amazed at what you can create using vegetables!
When you know how to cook and utilise produce, it's easy to prepare standout meals. Danielle Majeika, farm-owner and founder of the blog The Perpetual Season, derives complexity of flavour from a harmonious balance of herbs, simple spices, farm-fresh vegetables, and cooking methods in this incredible cookbook. Danielle goes beyond traditional steamed veggies, utilizing techniques that help bring out unique, vibrant flavours - like roasting fennel and tomatoes with fresh rosemary in a cast iron skillet. Every recipe highlights one or two vegetables that are easy to grow and popular at markets - like leeks, fennel, carrots, and tomatoes. Recipes include Asparagus Vichyssoise for spring, Green Bean Tempura with Lemon Wasabi Mayonnaise for summer, Shaved Kohlrabi Salad with Apple and Sesame for fall, and French Shallot Soup for winter. Danielle also provides growing and harvesting tips in the chapter intros that gardeners will find useful and non-gardeners will be inspired by. If you want a delectably spicy pepper harvest, for example, withhold water when they reach the point of maturity, as it increases levels of capsicum, and if you want to sweeten the taste of your tomatoes, boost their potassium with wood ash. This book will include 75 recipes and 75 full-colour photographs.
In Easy Vegetarian One-pot, you will find an enormous selection of some of the best meat-free one-pot recipes. Lighter meals include Soups and Salads - try a Spicy Pinto Bean Soup with Sour Cream to fill the family on a cold day - and quick and satisfying Omelettes and Frittatas, such as a fresh-tasting Minted Courgette Frittata. Pasta is also an easy one-pot dish, so choose between a classic Puttanesca or an original combination such as Pasta with Potatoes and Macadamia Pesto. Noodles and Stir-fries can be prepared quick as a flash, while satisfying Casseroles and Stews, such as a delicious Greek Summer Stew with Lemon and Olives, are easy to prepare but benefit from slow cooking. Bakes and Gratins are great for entertaining - serve a warming Baked Spinach Mornay to delight friends and family - while Rice and Grains includes delicious recipes for risottos and pilaus, amongst others. Finally, Curries and Tagines are dishes that are packed full of flavour, such as the warmly spiced Thai Red Pumpkin Curry or Three Pepper Tagine with Eggs. Whatever your taste, there is something to delight in this appealing collection.
As the Instant Pot becomes increasingly affordable and popular among home cooks, who better than to teach vegans the ins and outs of this handy appliance than bestselling vegan cookbook author Kathy Hester? In The Ultimate Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook, Kathy presents 80 new and unique recipes using the many features of the 7- appliances-in-1 Instant Pot, which includes a pressure cooker, slow cooker, yogurt maker and steamer. The Instant Pot does most of the work for less kitchen stress and mess, and it produces astoundingly delicious results. Recipes include Autumn Mushroom Bean Soup, Quinoa Chickpea Scramble, California Vegetables in Cheezy Sauce, All American Tempeh Chili, Mushroom Stroganoff Over Instant Pot Potatoes and even desserts like Vegan Cheesecake and Smores Sweet Potatoes. Readers also save money by easily making their own staples such as vegetable stock, nondairy milk, yogurt, seitan and cheesy sauce. With plenty of introductory material, readers can learn about using the different features of their Instant Pot, nutritional benefits of each, do's and don'ts and howto care for it. This cookbook helps vegan home cooks confidently use the Instant Pot to prepare their own nourishing staples and delicious meals for their families. This book will have 80 recipes.
Delicious vegan meals are fun to prepare in your own home kitchen with Laura Theodore's newest cookbook. This modern guide to vegan eating is a full colour cookbook with beautiful full-colour photos on nearly every page. In addition to over 175 plant-based recipes, Laura helps readers learn what it takes to stock and cook in a well-equipped vegan kitchen, with these essential Top Ten lists: Ingredients to have on hand at all times in your pantry; Effective egg substitutions for baking; Delicious options for making vegan cheese and cream; Two-ingredient recipes; Herbs and spices to always keep in your kitchen. From simple snack ideas to enticing entrees to mouthwatering desserts, this cookbook features delectable main dish recipes like Teriyaki Kebabs, Sunny Black Bean Burgers and Gingered Portobello Steaks. Crowd-pleasing party foods include Guacamole Mini Peppers, Chili-Maple Almonds and Miso Hummus. Vegan Burritos with Tofu Queso Fresca, Golden Cashew Milk and Seitan Fajitas round out diverse dinner menus. And for dessert, Laura has plenty of scrumptious sweets to choose from, like Lively-Lemon Cupcakes, Sweet Potato Pie and Divine Chocolate Mousse Cake. Highlighting holiday entertaining to everyday ideas for preparing quick plant-based meals for the family, this is the ultimate guide for the vegan home chef.
Reinventing plant-based eating is what Tal Ronnen is all about. At his Los Angeles restaurant, Crossroads, vegans, vegetarians, and carnivores sit side by side and eat dishes that satisfy each of them. Ronnen's cooking is Mediterranean first - think warm bowls of tomato-sauced pappardelle, plates of spicy carrot salad, and crunchy flatbreads piled high with roasted vegetables - and vegan second. Ronnen proves that the flavours we crave are easily replicated in dishes made without animal products. With accessible, unfussy recipes, Crossroads stresses simple preparations and fresh ingredients, and takes plant-based eating firmly out of the realm of hippie health food and into a cuisine that fits perfectly with today's modern palate. After all, the backbones of Ronnen's food-seasonal vegetables, beans, nuts, and grains-are what many of us are already eating daily. The recipes are photographed in sumptuous detail, and with more than 100 of them, this book is an indispensable resource for healthy, mindful eaters everywhere.
A student cookbook with a difference, The Hungry Student Vegetarian not only gives more than 200 quick and cheap meat-free recipes that are so tasty, even hardened carnivores will keep turning up for dinner. There are also indispensable tips on budgeting, lunchbox ideas, healthy eating and how to get creative with leftovers. With chapters dedicated to Bring on Brekky, Comfort Food, Roasted and Baked, Made in a Flash and All the Carbs, there are opportunities for impromptu parties, end of the month budget creations and comfort foods for one. All the recipes in this book are balanced for a healthy vegetarian diet, and they each have an affordability stamp to help with budgeting as well as detailed instructions to make them accessible to even the most novice cook. Forget the textbooks, this is the only book you'll ever need to get through your first year!
For Bettina Vitell the simple art of cooking holds the seeds to a deeper, more life-enriching experience. It is a way to become more aware of ourselves and the world around us, to think clearly and to delight in even the most basic daily activities of our lives.
The dishes in A Taste of Heaven and Earth reflect this Zen philosophy. Bettina Vitell's uncomplicated recipes produce sophisticated, creative meals without ever losing site of her goal of preparing low-dairy vegetarian food. Tastes from both East and West merge with delicious results: here kale and tofu adorn pizza, and udon noodles are dressed with pesto. There are recipes for soup stock and tomato sauce, as well as cashew ginger sauce and apricot lime chutney. The homey breakfast and dessert sections provide recipes for muffins and crisps; and sections on pizza, sushi, curries, and Mexican-inspired foods expand the traditional range of vegetarian cooking.
A Taste of Heaven and Earth explores beyond the reaches of traditional cook-books by offering contemplative essays and ink drawings that heighten the cook's sensory experience in the kitchen. They provide questions and stories that help readers realize the simplicity and beauty inherent in preparing and eating good food.
"Jackie Kearney's beautifully crafted book revolutionised not only my spice rack but also my cooking style... the ultimate foodie's travel journal'. Review for My Vegan Travels, The Vegan magazine. The Mock Meat Revolution is here and veganism never tasted so good with these stunningly inventive recipes for plant-based meat and fish substitutes. While traditional butchers might be disappearing from the high street there's a new breed ready to slice a different kind of meat - made from plants! So-called `vegetarian butchers' are creating food that mimics meat and offering convincing substitutes that look, feel and even taste like the real thing. Mock meat, of course, is nothing new. Patties made from soy-based protein and wheat gluten have been around since the 1960s but now vegetables, nuts, pulses and grains are in on the act and taking it to a whole new level. Prepare to be wowed by Jackie Kearney's Paprika Seitan Vegan `Dog' with Cashew Cheese; Crispy Jackfruit Wings and Chickpea Tuna Quesadillas. From Tofish & Chips to Sea-loving Sushi there's a plant-based alternative to all your favourite meals.
Simple food, easily prepared, which is cheap to create and tastes good. That's what this book is all about. Understanding the real needs of the modern student, Carolyn offers her imaginative and fun ideas both for the communal kitchen and the single cook. 'This makes really good eating - and still I had enough grant left over to go down the pub...buy my books, I mean!'
From the author of the bestselling 15 Minute Vegan comes 15 Minute Vegan: Comfort Food. The book shatters the notion that vegan food is cold and soulless by showing you how to create inspired comfort foods, whether you're vegan or not. Vegan cookery expert Katy Beskow celebrates cooking for pleasure, soul and enjoyment, without having to spend hours in the kitchen. Using ingredients readily available in supermarkets, Katy's easy recipes and instructions will have you making delicious, nutritious meals time after time. The book explores how a mindful cooking process is as comforting as the final dish, even when you have just 15 minutes to spare, and offers 100 recipes across five chapters: comfort classics (chocolate chilli, moussaka bowls); sides & bites (sweetcorn fritters, speedy samosas); social sharing (mushroom bourguignon, garden biryani); solo recipes (spicy falafel burger, cashew chow mein); and sweet comforts (cherry pot pies, jam sponge pudding).
200 delicious, fun, and easy vegan recipes for you to explore plant-based eating in a guilt-free, judgement-free way-perfect for new vegans, flexitarians, and curious carnivores. Where do vegans get their protein? What can you possibly eat that doesn't have milk in it?! Don't vegans only eat spinach and weeds? Won't it taste horrible? For many, the vegan diet is as intriguing as it intimidating. Some want to dip their toes into veganism first, testing the waters before deciding to make the change to a completely vegan lifestyle. Others know it's a great way to incorporate more plant-based meals into their diets, but don't want to lose the delicious comforts of ice cream, cheese, or fried chicken. That's where Kinda Vegan comes in-it's a no-nonsense guide to being vegan-ish. Restrictive dieting be gone, with Kinda Vegan you can go meatless on Monday, then enjoy a juicy steak dinner on Tuesday with no judgement! In this fearless guide to the seemingly complex world of no-meat, no-eggs, no-dairy, you will discover how to go vegan without feeling any pressure whatsoever. You can have your cake and eat it too. And your sweet ice cream. And your delicious cheesy flavor. All you need are some conscious shopper skills and the quick, go-to information found in this book, including a guide to the essential foods to have in your pantry. From grains and lentils to maple syrup and dairy-free milk alternatives, there are tons of delicious vegan ingredients to enjoy. No weeds here! Kinda Vegan includes 200 easy recipes that are so tasty you won't believe they're vegan. It's easy to make a vegan meal-or day of meals-whenever you want. Hearty breakfast dishes like crepes and blueberry muffins; international bites like Mediterranean falafel and Chinese fried rice; and guilt-free desserts like chocolate mocha ice cream and pumpkin bread may just have you wanting to go vegan all week! Not the best at planning meals? Don't sweat it: the book also included an appendix of vegan meal plans. You can plan out a few days of meals in minutes, or flip to a meal plan whenever you are out of ideas or just don't have the energy to decide what to eat that day. Whatever your reasons are for ditching meat, and whatever your schedule and taste buds desire, Kinda Vegan makes being vegan-ish a snap!
Can't imagine living without cheese? Convinced that dairy-free baked goods just don't cut it? Hate the taste of tofu and not a fan of boring salads? EXCUSES, BE GONE! Blogger-author extraordinaire Kristy Turner deliciously refutes every excuse you've ever heard with 125 bursting- with-flavor vegan recipes for every meal of the day - including dessert! "All those special ingredients are way more expensive." Not when you can make your own Homemade Seitan, Barbecue Sauce, Zesty Ranch Dressing, and Tofu Sour Cream. "I could never give up cheese!" You won't miss it at all with Tempeh Bacon Mac 'n' Cheese with Pecan Parmesan, Tofu Chevre, Citrus-Herb Roasted Beets with Macadamia Ricotta, or Mushroom Cheddar Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. "What about brunch?" Chickpea Scramble Breakfast Tacos, Lemon Cornmeal Waffles with Blueberry Sauce, and Caramel Apple-Stuffed French Toast are vegan breakfasts of champions! "My friends won't want to come over for dinner." They will when they get a taste of Carrot Cashew Pate, Portobello Carpaccio, and Gnocchi alia Vodka. "But I scream for ice cream!" Then you'll shriek over Dark Chocolate Sorbet, Mango Lassi Ice Cream, and from-scratch Oatmeal Raisin Ice Cream Sandwiches. If you're a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. You'll find you can get enough protein, fit in at a pot luck, learn to love cauliflower, and enjoy pizza, nachos brownies, and more - without any animal products at all. (Even vegan pros will discover some new tricks!) Colourful photographs throughout will have you salivating over Kristy's inventive, easy-to-follow recipes. So what are you waiting for? Get in the kitchen and leave your excuses at the door!
PETA's 2017 Vegan Cookbooks We Can't Cook Without Vegan Confessions of an Ex-Omnivore and His Survival Guide to Living Fully (Literally and Metaphorically). Growing up in an all-women household and coddled endlessly by his Italian mother and grandmother, Eric Lindstrom was nourished to obesity on meaty sauces, fried eggs, and butter-laden cookies. After spending the first half of his life as an adamant omnivore, Lindstrom went 100% vegan. Reluctantly. Overnight. From burgers to beets, from pork to parsnips. It's time for a down-to-earth book that proves anyone can go vegan (even someone who once ate sixty-eight chicken wings in a sitting). How can a man adopt a vegan approach? Won't he die of protein deficiency? What if he is married to a vegan woman? How would he order a salad at a Minnesota steakhouse? What should he bring to a gluten-free, nut-free, macrobiotic, nightshade-free, oil-free, vegan potluck (true story)? Part confession and part survival guide, The Skeptical Vegan explains how simple it really is to be vegan, covering topics from food and nutrition to social challenges and lifestyle. Snarky, witty, and opinionated to a fault, Lindstrom speaks as a male vegan, contesting the notion that "real men" should only eat meat. With twenty original "veganized" recipes including portobello steaks, carrot hot dogs, tofu wings, "meaty" chili, and cauliflower bites (which helped him shed thirty pounds), Lindstrom demonstrates how to take control of your diet while still eating "meatily" and taking into account the ethical considerations of living a better life for the animals, the environment, and yourself.
'Farmacy food is what we have all been waiting for. Great tasting healthy food for an optimum mind and body means a better planet for us and the creatures we share it with' - Stella McCartney 'Since it opened, Farmacy has been the hottest table in town' - Vogue 'THE healthy eating place' - GQ 'An oasis of health and happiness' - Harper's Bazaar Interested in eating and living in a more conscious way? Want to eat well with nature's best ingredients while being aware of where our food comes from? Think taking better care of the land and people who grow these ingredients is important? Welcome to the Farmacy Kitchen, where you will find inspirational ideas for conscious living and delicious recipes for plant-based eating. The Farmacy ethos is about bringing attention back to nature, simplicity and balance. We love to follow the concept of 'simple abundance' in the food we create, using fresh, colourful and whole foods in inspired combinations for maximum taste, digestion and enjoyment. We know how good food tastes when it's made with love and intention. It's a creative process that brings care into the kitchen to make great-tasting food to nourish the body and energise the soul. A process that you can now bring to your own kitchen with the help of this book.
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