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Vegan food is everywhere, it's tasty, varied and ethical. Gone are the days when the bland and the brown dominated a vegan's recipe choices. Thanks to a surge of interest, and an influx of ideas from around the world, it's now possible to create a series of flavourful dishes, bursting with colour and panache. Covering ingredients, nutrients and recipes, this delightful new book is perfect for entertaining friends, cooking for a family or a solo night of vegan joy! Veganism is a compassionate way of life, it tries to avoid the exploitation of animals, in any form. So that means no leather, silk or other animal derived products. For cooking, vegans do not include many staple foods in their diet: meat, fish, all dairy products (such as cheese or milk), eggs and even honey. This puts a premium on the need to create the sort of balanced and nutritious recipes provided so comprehensively in this mouthwatering new book.
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.
For exciting vegetarian recipe ideas, try Good Food: Veggie Dishes. Divided into Soups, Salads and Snacks; Light Meals; Pasta, Rice and Noodles; Main Courses; Dairy-free Dishes and Desserts, you're guaranteed to find a tasty vegetarian recipe for every occasion. Whether you choose Lemon Butter Gnocchi, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Potato and Blue Cheese Gratin or Banana Muesli Toffee Crunch, every recipe has been tried and tested by the Good Food team to ensure fantastic results, every time you cook. Taken from BBC Good Food Magazine, Britain's top cookery title, the recipes are all short and simple with easy-to-follow steps, using readily available ingredients and are accompanied by a full-colour photograph of the finished dish. This edition is revised and updated with brand new recipes and a fresh new look.
With food allergies and sensitivities continuing to rise, particularly among children, and more people embracing the health benefits of a plant-based diet, these delicious and nutritious recipes are egg-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, and mostly soy-free, and will satisfy even the pickiest eater at the table. Arranged by meals (including snacks), these 90 kid-friendly recipes will make planning easy, and simplify cooking gluten-free and vegan food for the entire family. Nutritionist Raven Bonnar-Pizzorno writes the foreword, giving the recipes her stamp of approval for both kids and adults.
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 fun and easy way(R) to live a vegan lifestyle
Are you thinking about becoming a vegan? Already a practicing vegan? More than 3 million Americans currently live a vegan lifestyle, and that number is growing. "Living Vegan For Dummies "is your one-stop resource for understanding vegan practices, sharing them with your friends and loved ones, and maintaining a vegan way of life.
This friendly, practical guide explains the types of products that vegans abstain from eating and consuming, and provides healthy and animal-free options. You'll see how to create a balanced, nutritious vegan diet; read food and product labels to determine animal-derived product content; and stock a vegan pantry. You'll also get 40 great-tasting recipes to expand your cooking repertoire.Features expert guidance in living a vegan lifestyle and explaining it to friends and familyIncludes proper dietary guidelines so you can get the nutrition you needGives you several action plans for making the switch to veganismProvides parents with everything they need to understand and support their children's choices
With the tips and advice in "Living Vegan For Dummies, "you can truly live and enjoy a vegan way of life
Traditionally, Vietnamese dishes are made with some kind of meat or seafood-most often pork and shrimp. But by cooking with Vietnamese home cooks, chefs and Mahayana Buddhist monks, Cameron Stauch learned about a tradition of vegetarian cooking that is lighter and just as flavourful. Spicy, tangy, crunchy and sweet, the dishes in Vegetarian Viet Nam range from soups and noodle bowls to main courses with rice and stir-fried vegetables, as well as desserts and fruit drinks. Some recipes are naturally vegetarian, like the colourful Twelve Predestined Affinities Salad, while others draw on the full arsenal of Vietnamese herbs, spices and sauces to make tofu and mushrooms as juicy as any meat filling. With a fully illustrated glossary to help readers assemble their own vegetarian Vietnamese pantry, Vegetarian Viet Nam will unlock an entire universe of flavour to anyone who wants healthy, tasty and sustainable food.
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.
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.
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.
A modern way to dine: Jackfruit and Blue Ginger is more than a vegan recipe book, it is a true collection of Asian favourites with a vegan twist. Perfect for fans of books such as Plenty, Bosh!, and Eat Vegan. Vibrant Asian flavours: When Sasha Gill turned vegan, she didn't want to miss out on the vibrant flavours of her favourite Asian dishes; so she got to work 'veganising' them. Studying medicine in the UK, far from her childhood home in Singapore, Sasha is a student who understands what it is to be short on time and budget; most of her recipes don't take long or demand expensive ingredients. Through constant experimenting, she started to create dishes just as delicious and satisfying as her street-stall favourites and family dinners; only using plants in place of meat and fish. Sasha takes inspiration from the flavours of Asia. Enjoy her recipes for: * Jackfruit biryani * Cauliflower samosas * Fluffy peanut pancakes * Creamy spinach curry with crispy tofu * Shiitake ramen * Vegan 'butter chicken' * Sweet potato and onion pakoras * Tofu pad thai * and, Peking jackfruit pancakes
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.
A dazzling collection of more than 100 innovative vegetable recipes from the beloved chefs of Philadelphia's nationally acclaimed restaurants Vedge and V Street-full of bold spices and adventurous flavors inspired by the great ethnic and street foods of the world. Chefs Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby bring the greatest flavors of the world to the devoted clientele of their acclaimed Philly restaurant V Street. Now, cooks can experience the same original dining experience at home with these zesty, mouthwatering recipes that whet the appetite and feed the imagination. In V Street, Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby offer creative vegan riffs on street food from across the globe-drawing from the culinary traditions of Asia, the Middle East, South America, and more-in a diverse range of dishes including: Sticks: Jerk Trumpet Mushrooms, Shishito Robotayaki Snacks: 5:00 Szechuan Soft Pretzels, Papadums with Whipped Dal Salads: Jerk Sweet Potato Salad, Tandoori Eggplant Market: Harissa Grilled Cauliflower, Peruvian Fries Plates: Black Garlic Pierogies, Hearts of Palm & Avocado Socca Bowls: Dan Dan Noodles, Kimchi Stew Sweets: Churro Ice Cream Sandwich, Sweet Potato Arancini Cocktails: Hong Kong Karaoke, Lokum at the Bazaar Filled with 100 internationally inspired recipes, behind-the-scenes anecdotes, food travel stories, and stunning color photography throughout, this casual companion cookbook to Vedge is a must-have for vegetable lovers and everyone with a taste for adventure.
Cacao Crunch, Cardamom Dream, Spiced Chocolate Chai, Butterscotch Apple Crumble! Pana Chocolate, The Recipes, is the book vegans and health-conscious sweet tooths have been waiting for. It includes 60 beautiful recipes that cover the spectrum: from fillings for your own raw chocolate creations; to fancy but achievable plated desserts using raw chocolate; to traditional desserts that you can make raw; to raw desserts for kids' parties (think chocolate crackles and honey joys) to breakfast (chia pudding, granola, buckwheat porridge!) The recipes are all raw, organic, vegan, free from dairy, gluten, soy and refined sugar.
Harriet’s down-to-earth approach to cooking and a simple lifestyle inspired this beautiful book brimming with vibrant food, and stunning photography by Nikole Ramsay. From nourishing brekkies, salads and bowls to wholesome main dishes and divine desserts, Whole contains more than one hundred plant-based wholefood recipes for friends and family, striking the perfect balance between whole, simple, satisfying and tasty. It captures the distinct and covetable vibe of author Harriet Birrell's beachside lifestyle, one where her priorities are good food, wellness, surfing and family. Harriet’s philosophy is all about celebrating and enjoying the abundance of wholefood available and preparing it in a way that is easy and tasty. Refined white sugar is replaced with whole vitamin- and mineral-rich ingredients such as mejdool dates, banana and maple syrup. Refined flours are replaced with minimally processed whole grains. Only a few recipes contain gluten and these are accompanied by gluten-free alternatives in the notes.
Anna Thomas's Vegetarian Epicure cookbooks have sold millions of copies and inspired generations. Now she describes her love affair with the ultimate comfort food. "From my kitchen to yours," Thomas says, "here are the best soups I've ever made." Her wonderfully creative recipes make use of fresh, seasonal produce-try black bean and squash soup in the fall, smoky eggplant soup in midsummer, or seductively perfumed wild mushroom soup for Christmas. Silky puree or rib-sticking chowder-each recipe has room for variation, and nearly all are vegan-friendly. Love Soup also provides recipes for breads, hummus, pesto, salads, and homey desserts-and simple menus that put soup at the heart of the meal. Throughout, Thomas offers expert advice on shopping, seasoning, tasting, becoming a cook. With soups that delight and nourish, Thomas invites us all into the kitchen, to the most old-fashioned food and the newest, to the joy and good sense of home cooking.
Whether you are strictly vegetarian, trying to eat less meat or just searching for enticing vegetable dishes, this little book has 70 perfectly crafted recipes for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Included are tips for choosing herbs and cooking with legumes, handy basic recipes for sauces, salsas and vegetable sides, and step-by-step recipes for making nut milks, labne and tofu.
New York Times bestselling author Heidi Swanson's approach to cooking-delicious, seasonal, healthy, balanced meals-has earned her a global readership. From her San Francisco kitchen, she has inspired Australia (and the rest of the world) to welcome less-processed foods into their daily meals. In her friendly, caring, encouraging style, Near and Far inspires and nurtures a healthy, thoughtful approach to food. Known for combining natural foods recipes with evocative, artful photography, Heidi circled the globe to create this mouthwatering assortment of 120 vegetarian dishes. In this deeply personal collection drawn from her well-worn recipe journals, Heidi describes the fragrance of flatbreads hot off a Marrakech griddle, soba noodles and feather-light tempura in Tokyo, and the taste of wild-picked greens from the Puglian coast. Recipes such as Fennel Stew, Carrot & Sake Salad, Watermelon Radish Soup, Brown Butter Tortelli, and Saffron Tagine use healthy, whole foods ingredients and approachable techniques. The photographs taken in Morocco, Japan, Italy, France, and India, as well as back home in Heidi's kitchen, reveal the places both near and far that inspire her warm, nourishing cooking. "Elegantly illustrated with photographs from these locations and Heidi's kitchen at home, Near & Far provides a fascinating insight into the places that have inspired her warm, nourishing cooking." - Country Home Ideas "Swanson gives us six books for the price of one. She has travelled in Morocco, India, Japan, France and Italy, gathering vegetarian specialities, and to these she adds favourites from her home, San Francisco, a melting pot in its own right." - Country Style "New York Times bestselling author Heidi Swanson circled the globe to create a mouthwatering assortment of 120 vegetarian dishes in this her third book, Near & Far." - Label Magazine "Heidi Swanson's latest cookbook is a collection of vegetarian recipes that do more than just provide the reader with a keen sense of longing - they also evoke an unshakable sense of wanderlust." - MiNDFOOD
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