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Jack Monroe is a campaigner, food writer and activist. Her first cookbook A Girl Called Jack, was a runaway bestseller selling nearly 60,000 copies. The sequel Cooking on a Bootstrap makes budget food fun and delicious, with 118 incredible new recipes including Fluffy Berry Pancakes, Self-Love Stew, Marmite Mac ‘n’ Cheese and Hot Sardines with Herby Sauce.
Chapters include Bread, Breakfasts, A Bag of Pasta and a Packet of Rice, Spuds and Eat More Veg. There are vegan, sweet and what Jack calls ‘contraband’ dishes here, as well as nifty money-saving tips. With her trademark humour and wit, Jack shows us that affordable, authentic and creative recipes aren't just for those with fancy gadgets or premium ingredients.
Initially launching this book as a very limited black and white edition on Kickstarter, Jack reached the funding target in just one day. This beautiful edition contains illustrations and original full-colour photographs to really make your mouth water.
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.
Love a warm, crisp, chewy thin crust pizza with creamy, melty cheese? Just because you're vegan doesn't mean that you can't bake amazing pizzas right in your own oven. Julie Hasson offers 50 deliciously innovative recipes and simple techniques that will have you making artisan-style, thin crust vegan pizzas right in your own kitchen. Vegan Pizzais filled with 50 modern recipes from easy to make pizza dough (including spelt, whole wheat and gluten-free crusts), creamy dairy-free cheese sauces, vibrant flavoured pestos and spreads, meatless and wheat-less burger crumbles, and inventive toppings. With helpful information and tips on equipment and techniques, Vegan Pizza shares the secrets to fabulous, easy-to-make; dairy-free, meat-free thin crust artisan pizza that tastes like it came from your neighbourhood pizzeria. Now home cooks everywhere can get baking, and make fabulous vegan pizzas in their own kitchens.
Reboot dessert with these 75 gluten-free and vegan treats! Just because you're vegan and gluten-free doesn't mean you can't indulge! With these 75 recipes, Heather Saffer reinvents your favorite desserts--and they're super-simple to make and irresistibly delicious. You'll find treats that take less than 20 minutes to prepare, ones with only three basic ingredients, and others that require absolutely no baking at all. The mouthwatering choices range from Tiramisu Trifle, Cookies and Cream Donuts, and Salted Caramel Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes to Apple Pie Taquitos, Blueberry Lemon Cheesecake, and Chocolate Molten Cupcakes--so you'll always have something to satisfy your sweet tooth.
For the millions of home cooks who swear by the ease and convenience of the slow cooker, this book provides a new array of healthy, delicious recipes. And for the millions of vegetarians looking for simple, hearty fare, this book introduces them to the magic of slow cooking. The book proves that slow cookers can be used for much more than just tough, inexpensive cuts of meat. They are perfect for vegetarian and healthy cooking because slow cooking is a foolproof way to make beans, grains, root vegetables, in preparations such as Spicy White Bean and Sweet potato Stew with Collards, Balsamic-Glazed Carrots and Parsnips, and Boston Brown Bread. Stuffed vegetables such as Bell Peppers Stuffed with Couscous and Lentils, are moist and tender, with none of the oven's dryness. Even desserts such as Chocolate Fancy Fondue and Brandy-Laced Pear Brown Betty, are sensational.
Following the success of Cooking Without, Barbara Cousins received numerous requests for a second book. This time, she decided to write a vegetarian version, mainly because so many vegetarian dishes rely on the use of milk, cream, cheese and wheat - and appetizing recipes without these ingredients are harder to find.
Back in the kitchen, Barbara has put together a new collection of recipes which are not just for vegetarians, but for everyone wishing to include more healthy, enjoyable vegetarian meals in their diet. Barbara has designed recipes which are well-balanced as well as being delicious.
Ingredients such as gluten, dairy produce, sugar, yeast and saturated fat, which cause many individuals to have health problems, have been excluded and interesting new alternatives have been included to create healthy dishes, full of flavour.
The result is a way of eating that encourages the body to produce extra energy which can then be used for elimination, healing and weight control.
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.
If you have a small family or are looking for better-portioned vegan meals (that don't force you to eat chili for a week straight!), Vegan Slow Cooking for Two or Just for You is the perfect resource for you. Featuring recipes geared specifically for use with a 1.5- to 2-quart slow cooker, you'll find endless meal ideas that you can make with minimal effort and maximum taste. Just prep a few items the night before or morning of, and come home to a hot meal-or side, or dessert-the moment you walk in the door! The little slow cooker is so easy to use that it makes cooking everyday a snap, so you can have a healthy variety of foods at a fraction of the cost of eating out. Inside, you'll find a whole new world of food to fall in love with, from breakfast-y Pumpkin Polenta to comforting White Bean Quinoa Gumbo to luscious Blueberry Lemon Cake. You'll be amazed at what your little slow cooker can do!
The demand for vegan cookbooks is growing a pace as more and more people stop eating animal products for ethical or health reasons ? Vegan Bible containing more than 500 recipes and fully illustrated with pictures on every spread is the most comprehensive vegan cookbook on the market. Published in 2014 in French, it has become the No 1 best-selling vegan cookbook in France ever. From this exhaustive work you will discover the richness and the diversity of vegan gastronomy and how cooking can still be truly creative even without eggs, meat, fish or dairy products. Learn how to make your own vegan cheeses, how to cook astonishing egg-free, dairy-free desserts, and how to prepare 100% vegan versions of some of the great classic dishes. As well as recipes for breakfasts, lunches, suppers and baby foods there are recipes for every occasion: birthdays, brunches, picnics, barbecues, and family get-togethers. More than just a collection of recipes the book provides illustrated step-by-step information on the key ingredients of the vegan diet: nuts, flax seeds, chickpeas, avocado and there is a chapter outlining the essentials for vegan nutritional balance: where to find protein, calcium, vitamin B12, mistakes to avoid, and emphasises necessary know-how to be acquired such as making cheese, creams or vegan milks. This inventive, inspirational book is destined to be the only vegan cookbook you will ever need.
Unmatched in authenticity and scope, this celebration of vegetarian Italian cooking from Slow Food draws on traditional recipes, from the Alps to the tip of the boot and the islands. Cooks across Italy have been making vegetarian dishes for centuries. Full of the exhaustive research and bona fides that readers worldwide have come to expect from Slow Food, Vegetariano collects over 400 of the best vegetarian (and frequently vegan) recipes from home cooks in every region of Italy--all approachable, cookable, and full of the rustic Italian spirit of abbondanza and gracious hospitality. Befitting recipes handed down through families, most feature their original preparations and ingredients, rather than being reengineered as vegetarian by modern chefs. Local knowledge and experience are highlighted, showcasing the generations of respect Italian cooks have lavished on their verdure. Sustainability, versatility, and a frugal cook's lack of waste all characterize the recipes meticulously researched by Slow Food. Organized by course, these 400-plus recipes are perfect for family meals and celebratory feasts alike, and each features charming cultural details and culinary customs not found in chef-driven books.
Winner of the Best Book Award in the PETA Vegan Food Awards 2016. Jackie and her family ate their way around Asia, sampling streetfood and jotting menu ideas on the back of napkins. Inspired by the food cultures she embraced on her travels, Jackie has brought new life to healthy, meat- and dairy-free food, inspired by the sheer quantity of vegan food on offer in Asia. Dotted with personal anecdotes from her travels, family photos and fascinating local information, Jackie takes us from India to Indonesia on a journey of tastes and textures, via Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos and Malaysia. Recipes includes classic dishes that we might be already familiar with, such as Simple Sri Lankan Dal or Cauliflower and Kale Pakora, as well as regional specialities such as Oothapam (vegetable crumpets from South India) or Tahu Campur (Javanese fried tofu with cassava cakes). Street food is a central part of life in Asia. It brings families and communities together from breakfast to dinner, through all the scrumptious snacks along the way. With this book, you can bring this inspirational approach to feeding your family into your own kitchen, whipping up flavourful and wholesome bites. Celebrate vegan food in all its glory, without compromising on flavour or protein, or trying to makes substitutions for meat or fish. That is the beauty of this collection of Asian streetfood - it is simply delicious, and it just so happens to be vegan.
What's not to love about sheet pan cooking? It is super-convenient, healthy, easy on the washing up and, as Liz Franklin proves here in 101 inspired meat-free recipes, big on flavour! More and more of us are cutting out animal protein and products from our diets, or at very least reducing them. Liz Franklin reveals how all manner of the truly scrumptious dishes can be created when oven, sheet pan and vegetables conspire. Most of the recipes are built on a rainbow of roasted vegetables, grains, cheese and vegan sources of protein, but there are also recipes for things you might not associate with oven cooking too - fabulous fritters, glorious soups and the best-ever baked porridge. Taking their lead from dishes enjoyed all around the world, recipes include delicious dishes from the Mediterranean, Middle East, Africa and The Americas as well as ideas designed to showcase your own local seasonal produce.
This is more than just another recipe book. It celebrates food and asks us to experience the magic of preparing it. It introduces us to the possibility of making cooking and eating an exquisite, meditative, occasion - an antidote to our fast food junk culture. Ultimately, our enjoyment of things depends on the quality of attention we give them. Cooking and eating are no exception. To help you do this, the 'Zenecdotes' accompanying the moody pictures in this book will put a Buddha smile on your face as you wait for the bread to rise...
This book offers uncomplicated recipes for delicious desserts, pies, and cookies and shows how chocolate can be used in a multitude of dishes.
It isn't necessary to be intimidated by the idea of making cheese-vegan cheese is simple and straightforward with clean, basic ingredients. Here, Jules Aron shares the tricks of the trade for making sauces, cheese you can grate or slice, and soft spreadable options, using homemade nut milks, vegetables and natural helpers like carrageenan, agar-agar and nutritional yeast. Her flavoursome creations are enhanced with herbs and spices and run from incredibly easy to more complex, mimicking familiar cheeses, including: French-Style Brie, Herbed Feta, Aged Gruyere. Armed with tips for building the perfect cheese plate and drink pairings, budding vegan cheese-makers will be ready to wow even the pickiest cheese lover.
Fresh, delicious vegetables should be a staple of any diet, but if you've decided that you'd like to take your Meatless Mondays to a whole new level, then it might be time to ditch the processed foods and meats and try out a vegetarian diet. Eating vegetarian doesn't have to be complicated! In fact, it can be downright scrumptious and satisfying. The Easy Vegetarian Kitchen helps you to create simple meals that will help you live a happier and healthier life. Erin Alderson, the popular voice behind the whole foods, vegetarian blog Naturally Ella, shows you how to easily eat plant-based vegetarian meals every day. With 50 core recipes for everything from entrees to appetizers and desserts, The Easy Vegetarian Kitchen guides you through staple recipes such as salads, sandwiches, stir-frys, and stews and easily adapt them to seasonal or oh-hand ingredients. Enjoy spring's fresh asparagus in a delicious frittata and change it up for winter with Curried Butternut Squash and Feta. Core recipes allow readers to build an essential pantry list so eating vegetarian is always easy. And if you feel like going vegan, each recipe can be easily adapted with flavorful substitutions. Start filling your kitchen, and your belly, with healthy, plant-based ingredients and start eating your way to a happier meat-free life.
Praise for jae steele's Get It Ripe:
"This book is less a cookbook than an all-in-one guide to healthy vegan living, for which steele's holistic-nutritionist training is put to good use."--VegNews
Get It Ripe, jae steele's 2008 cookbook, established her as a credible and charismatic authority on veganism; her holistic nutritionist background and sassy cowpunk sensibility encouraged countless others to "get it ripe." Her new cookbook underscores the importance of local, sustainable eating and living by helping readers deepen their understanding of organic and local foods and their positive impact on our health and our planet.
The book includes chapters on the concept of local food and why it's important; finding a balance between various food issues, personal priorities and values; and the benefits of the local food movement that go beyond reducing our carbon footprint. It also helps readers become more informed about where their food comes from, no matter where they live, whether their source is the farmer's market or the grocery store down the street.
The book's 180 recipes, which encourage the use of fresh, organic ingredients wherever possible (as well as potential alternatives depending on where you live), include Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins, Pear Parsnip Soup, Asparagus and Spring Onion Quiche, Mushroom Asparagus Risotto, and Butternut Chipotle Chocolate Cake.
Both thought-provoking and delectable, steele's new cookbook makes any time the "ripe" time to go vegan.
jae steele is a holistic nutritionist who runs the popular blog Domestic Affair. She lives in Toronto.
The purpose of the book is to continue the tradition of excellent vegetarian food, centred on Mediterranean flavours, served at the BRC which has always had the personal touch of the head chef in charge of the menus and that of his co-chefs: the lovely, friendly local Zulu women who have worked in the kitchen for many years to great acclaim from visitors. These ladies were taught the skills of traditional Zulu cooking from their mothers, which they then readily adapted to cooking the vegetarian cuisine served at the BRC. These women could hold their own in the kitchen of any up-market restaurant anywhere. With this book, the BRC also wanted to showcase the exquisite indigenous environment in which it is set, which has become a spiritual haven for South African and international visitors.
A vegan feast that celebrates plant-based creativity in the kitchen, this book combines science and innovative methods to create dishes and flavours that aren't the norm for vegan food. Across 7 chapters, including big plates, small plates, salads, sweets, dressings and cocktails, Smith and Daughters: A Cookbook offers 80+ delicious vegan recipes to recreate at home. From `chorizo' and potato, Spanish `meatballs' in a saffron almond sauce, chipotle cashew `cheese', `tuna' and green pea croquettes to Spanish doughnuts, the recipes give new inventive life to classics that will appeal to meat and vegetarian eaters alike.
Lily Kunin, creator of the popular site and Instagram account Clean Food Dirty City, shares 100 simple, vibrant, plant-based recipes for looking and feeling your best In her debut cookbook, Good Clean Food, health coach Lily Kunin shares plant-based recipes for irresistibly clean, wholesome food. With Lily's less-is-more approach, you'll learn how to create nourishing dishes, bowls, salads, smoothies, and more using gluten- and dairy-free ingredients. Her delicious recipes are complemented by the same vibrant, textured, and stunning photography that has become a trademark of her popular site Clean Food Dirty City. Organized by the way that food makes you feel-awakened, nourished, cleansed, restored, sustained, and comforted-Good Clean Food highlights key ingredients that support healthy eating and clean living. The book contains a flavorful mix of recipes, including: Falafel Bowl with Mediterranean Millet and Green Tahini Walnut Taco Salad + Avocado Pesto Zucchini Noodles Evergreen Detox Bowl Sunny Immunity Smoothie Bowl Salted Caramel Bonbons The book also features a "Bowl Builder" section that walks readers through the process of building the perfect grain bowl, and provides helpful advice on how to stock a healthy kitchen and prep for the week ahead. Helpful tips and recipes instruct on using the same ingredients from your pantry for beauty enhancement, like a raw honey-turmeric facemask and rosemary-coconut oil hair treatment. Good Clean Food reinforces the notion that clean, simple food can be beautiful, taste delicious, and provide our bodies with all the nutrients and healing properties we need to thrive.
Born out of the popular blog Kale & Caramel, this sumptuously photographed and beautifully written cookbook presents eighty recipes for delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes featuring herbs and flowers, as well as luxurious do-it-yourself beauty products. Plant-whisperer, writer and photographer Lily Diamond believes that herbs and flowers have the power to nourish inside and out. "Lily's deep connection to nature is beautifully woven throughout this personal collection of recipes," says award-winning vegetarian chef Amy Chaplin. Each chapter celebrates an aromatic herb or flower, including basil, cilantro, fennel, mint, oregano, rosemary, sage, thyme, lavender, jasmine, rose, and orange blossom. Mollie Katzen, author of the beloved Moosewood Cookbook, calls the book "a gift, articulated through a poetic voice, original and bold." The recipes tell a coming-of-age story through Lily's kinship with plants, from a sun-drenched Maui childhood to healing from heartbreak and her mother's death. With bright flavours, gorgeous scents, evocative stories and more than one hundred photographs, Kale & Caramel creates a lush garden of experience open to harvest year round.
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