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Reducing meat and dairy is the way forward: eating tasty food which is good for you, good for your pocket, good for animals and good for the planet. Using fresh produce, Lee celebrates this incredibly healthy way of eating through recipes that are varied, nutritious and utterly delicious. From meals to rustle up in a hurry, to show-stoppers for special occasions, this book is set to rock your concept of cooking vegan! Dishes include Tagliatelle with Artichoke and Almond Sauce, Pumpkin and Beetroot Bhuna and a Roasted Chestnut and Fennel Casserole. This is vegan cooking for everyone.
Through more than 500 step-by-step photos, this cookbook explains the basic techniques of vegetarian cuisine and contains some of its best recipes. The book is divided into four sections: on cereals, vegetables, tofu, seitan and tempeh, and nuts and seeds. Each section opens with an introduction to the characteristics, properties and uses of the ingredients. This is one of the most visual recipe books on the market; simultaneously tempting the eye by showing all the natural ingredients at their best while describing a host of delicious recipes. Most of the recipes are simple one pot creations laden with fresh vegetables, such as Radicchio Tarte Tatin, Bulgur with Broad Beans and Courgettes, Orzo with Peas, Carrots and Peppers, Fennel Risotto, Rice Noodles with a Medley of Vegetables, Lentil and Millet Soup, Pumpkin Gnocchi, Beetroot Dip, Sesame Crackers, Vegetable Miniburger, and Sweet Polenta. The Index listing all the recipes has easy to read icons showing the dishes which are dairy free, egg free and gluten free. This is an ideal book for novice cooks who want to see recipes visually laid out by the step-by-step techniques for every stage of preparation and will be especially useful to students about to embark on their first tentative attempts at cooking away from home. Lena Tritto is a cookery teacher and a graduate in Chinese medicine from the Tao School in Bologna. For several years she organized cookery workshops for primary school children and recently has provided classes for cooks and kitchen staff of nurseries and preschools in Reggio Emilia.
Classic Bestseller from the world's best-known vegetarian cookery writer in smart new format Stylish updated version of the classic vegetarian bestseller. Rose Elliot is Britain's most popular and versatile vegetarian cookery writer and in this book, she gives the lowdown on beans of every flavour, colour and variety. Through the A-Z of bean varieties, there are bakes, rissoles and soups to tempt the tastebuds and essential information on the preparation of all pulses.
You're being healthy, considerate to the planet and compassionate toward animals - so why is it so hard to navigate life as a vegan? From going out for dinner, to staying in with friends, it can be a challenge to cook, eat and socialise vegan in a world of carnivores. How to be Vegan and Keep Your Friends helps you to go about your life without compromises, excuses or apologies. Instead, you'll be armed with more than 50 incredible recipes you can cook for yourself, your friends and your family (without hearing any complaints!), as well as tips, tricks and hacks for being a better more easygoing and happy vegan. Your options will open up, you'll enjoy a whole new menu of food (from vegan cake to vegan chocolate breakfast bars), and your friends... well, they'll never have a bad word to say again!
In this new cookbook from the National Trust, nutritionist Josephine Ashby puts together over 100 tasty and healthy dishes that are fuss-free, economical, and quick to make. The book features hearty salads, small plates to share, delicious and filling main meals and colourful, mouth-watering desserts. Whether you are vegetarian or just looking for some alternatives to meat in your diet, this book will get you cooking! Get inspired with recipe suggestions including mushroom and tofu Chinese pancakes or sweet potato bubble and squeak; comforting bowls of lentil and coconut soup or sweetcorn chowder; hearty mains like the courgette, fennel, potato and feta gratin, Red dragon pie, polenta pizza or a creamy cannellini bean `dhal'. And treat yourself to delicious cakes and desserts such as chocolate and cashew pudding or zingy fruit lollies. The recipes have options for vegan or gluten-free versions, so you can adapt to suit. Vegan recipes such as celeriac and pumpkin seed salad with almond mayonnaise and blueberry tart with nut crust are full of flavour. The meals are packed with filling nuts and grains, as well as superfoods such as blueberries and goji berries. Whether you are vegetarian or just looking to find some healthy comforting recipes to try, this book is ideal for all kinds of cooks.
Amanda Logan understands what carnivores want, and she delivers with healthy veggie-centric family meals that, sometimes, no one would even guess were vegan - like her Copycat Lasagna with Nut-Free Bechamel Sauce. Other recipes offer more obvious vegan twists - like the Sweet & Smoky Chickpea Sliders - but are just as satisfying as most meat dishes. Each of these approachable and delectable eats have been approved by carnivores like her husband as well as her picky three-year-old, so they will please audiences with any palate preference and offer families with mixed eaters simple, tasty dinner solutions. Try crowd-pleasing platters like the Fully Loaded Vegetable Nachos, missing the meat but loaded with flavour; My Kid Loves This Korean Fried Rice, for a culinary adventure even little ones will enjoy; Meat Lover's Vegan Pizza, which will make you forget your love affair with pepperoni by using flavour-packed substitutions; and sweet endings like Dairy-Free Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream. These and more will become instant favourites in any home and prove vegan meals are for everyone. This book will have 75 recipes and 75 photographs.
Discover a new way to nourish your body with these delightful and original vegan recipes. Eating vegan meals is a healthy and delicious choice to make, and more and more people are beginning to care for their bodies by only consuming foods free of animal products and not derived from animal labor. Not only is veganism good for your health, it is also a way to live that is easy on your wallet and ecologically conscientious. For those with special dietary needs and weight-control concerns, veganism offers wonderful meals composed entirely of grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, and other kinds of plant-based proteins. While preparing vegan meals can be a challenge, there are numerous recipes at your disposal. Some of the most exciting and unique recipes are included in Vegan Delights. Toni Rodriguez, a renowned Spanish chef and passionate vegan, offers some of his favorite and most delicious dishes for you to try, including: Mushroom and nut pate Seitan piccata with creamy spinach Shiitake and artichoke risotto Blueberry plum cake Beautiful and enticing images accompany each recipe, and Rodriguez also provides insight into the joys and advantages of the vegan diet in a lengthy and thoughtful introduction. So whether you are a gastronome, a fervent sweet tooth, or just a curious diner, there is undoubtedly a recipe in this book for you to try and enjoy. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We've been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Going vegan is easy! Whether you're already a full-time vegan, considering making the switch or know someone who is, this book will give you all the tools you need to make the change towards a healthier, happier and more ethical lifestyle. How to Go Vegan includes... Why try vegan? Animal welfare, the environment, health benefits and your personal adventure. Vegan at home Surprisingly vegan foods, reading labels, vegan ingredient essentials, easy replacements, how to be the only vegan in the family Vegan out in the world Eating out, eating at friends' houses, answering questions from loved ones, travelling vegan Living the vegan lifestyle Meal plans, tips and tricks, what to do if you're struggling, how to celebrate being a vegan How to go vegan. It's easier than you think.
"An invaluable book for anyone following a plant-based diet." Ching He Huang, TV Chef and cookery author The first vegan cookbook to merge the science of flavour with the art of cooking, Cooking for the Senses explains how understanding sight, smell, touch, taste and sound can help you make flavourful, healthy food in your own kitchen. With over 100 simple plant-based recipes, this cookbook shows how the rich variety of flavours available to the vegan chef can be combined to make delicious plates of food from exotic carrot and lime leaf kebabs to comforting butternut squash and spinach curry. An extensive flavour encyclopaedia, drawing on the latest research into flavour and world cuisine, and a helpful guide to the science behind our senses means the home cook will never be stuck for ideas on what to make with vegetables. Whether you are a committed vegan, looking to eat less meat and dairy, or want to enjoy tasty vegetarian meals this first book on neurogastronomy will transform your cooking.
The cooking of vegetables is treated with reverence in the lands that make up the rich and varied tapestry of the Middle East. The people depend on the grains and pulses, nuts, vegetables and fruits of the region for their daily food and Parvin Razavi has taken the fresh and varied cuisines of Iran, Armenia, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco and Turkey to create a beautiful vegan cookbook. Whether as a main course or for the traditional mezze, this book contains dishes that blend natural culinary delights from the various food cultures and combines them with contemporary approaches. Here are warm and spicy stuffed vegetables, cool and fragrant soups, delicate preserves, pilafs, breads, pickles, relishes and pastries. The varied cuisines of the Middle East provide a wealth of vegan recipes.
Ten years ago, this breakthrough cookbook made vegetarian cooking accessible to everyone. Today, the issues surrounding a plant-based diet-health, sustainability, and ethics-continue to resonate with more and more people, whether or not they're fully vegetarian. This new edition has been completely reviewed and revised to stay relevant to today's cooks: New recipes include more vegan options and a brand-new chapter on smoothies, teas, and more. Charts, variations, and other key information have been updated. And, new for this edition, the recipes are showcased in bright full-colour photos throughout. With these photos and a host of recipes destined to become new favourites, this already classic vegetarian cookbook will continue to be more indispensable than ever.
Whether you are a full-time vegan or you choose to cut out animal products whenever possible, there's no need to miss out on your favourite cakes. Baking without eggs, butter and milk is not only possible, but also easy and just as delicious as what you are used to baking. There are now so many alternative ingredients available from supermarkets and healthfood stores and with Dunja Gulin's recipes, you'll have all the inspiration you need to start baking. Simple Cakes and Muffins to try include Muffins with Summer Berries; Fancy Cakes like the stunning Chocolate Layer Cake are sure to impress; for a mid-morning snack, try Slices & Bars like Bean Brownies and Fruity Oat Bars; choose from Cookies and Biscuits such as Hazelnut Bites and Coffee-Toffee Cookies; vegan Pies, Tarts & Strudels can be just as good as real pastry, so try a Pear Strudel; bake vegan Herb Focaccia and you will never buy regular Bread again; and finally, Special Baked Treats like Jam Parcels and Baked Plum Dumplings make mouthwatering desserts.
Are you under the impression that vegetarians cant have fast food? On the contrary! This exciting new cookbook offers more than 80 quick and easy veggie recipes from Manchego quesadillas and TexMex burgers to tomato-cinnamon fries and No Tuna Sandwich. This is the book of vegetarian food for those in a hurry, and the handy vegan traffic light indicators red for vegetarian; yellow for vegan adaptation and green for vegan make it easy to find vegan options just as quickly.
The Yoga Kitchen Plan is a soulful journey towards finding your best, most authentic self where a quiet mind and overall sense of calm are the ultimate goal. Through the use of pure, non-stimulating foods, the plan helps the reader reach a state of bliss and tranquility each day.
The book starts by explaining the body's chakra system and how this is integral to a yogic lifestyle. The core of the book is the simple, 7-day plan which incorporates breathing exercises, meditations, basic yoga practice, daily tasks, and then a selection of recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner that target each of your 7 chakras to take you through a whole week.
The 65 recipes follow a sattvic food model - this means that the food is lacto-vegetarian i.e. fruit, vegetables and dairy predominate while stimulating foods that unsettle the mind are excluded, such as eggs, garlic, onion and caffeine. Examples include Raspberry & Apple Bircher with Pistachio Confetti; Blueberry & Basil Kombucha with Poached Pear & Rhubarb; Fennel, Beetroot & Orange Salad with Whipped Feta; and Grilled Lettuce, Corn & Black Bean Chop Salad.
The Vegetarian Student Cookbook will get you through your studies and become more valuable to you than any textbook. You won't need lots of kitchen gadgets, hours in front of the oven, or a loan to make these recipes - they are all easy and cheap and designed to satisfy. Start with Kitchen Know-how: which essentials to stock up on so that you always have the foundation of a simple meal; tips on key equipment to buy; simple rules of food hygiene; and no-fuss tips for throwing together ingredients no matter how little is lurking in your kitchen. When you're having a late-night essay crisis and you turn to the refrigerator for salvation, The Vegetarian Student Cookbook will come to the rescue with quick, stress-free Light Bites & Sides. Chapters on Salads, Pasta, Light Entrees and Easy Entrees include everything you could possibly want in your repertoire: mac 'n' cheese, omelettes, stir-fries, vegetables bakes, risottos and lots more. Master the recipes in Food to Impress and you're sure to win friends. Finally, when there's no chocolate in the house and you need to satisfy a sweet craving, turn to Just Desserts and indulge in chocolate-dipped fruit and baked apples and pears.
In 2015 Nick Knowles felt overweight, unhealthy and was feeling every one of his 53 years. He travelled to Thailand for a retreat and after fasting for a week, and then adopting a purely vegan diet, Nick returned a changed man. Now slimmer, healthier, and eating a vegan or vegetarian diet (with the odd day off), Nick wants to share what he has learned with everyone else who wants to look and feel better, but isn't sure if the vegan/vegetarian lifestyle is for them. As Nick says: I'm 6' 2" and 16 stone - I need hearty meals not thin weedy plates and I often work outside in cold and wet conditions - a salad won't cut it - so here's a vegan and vegetarian cookbook for meat eaters full of hearty filling healthy recipes. Why feel bad about the cake you have with your coffee at elevenses when you can have a healthy raw chocolate cake with your coffee? There's posh meals to impress, puds to make your loved one swoon and surprisingly yummy options that are easy to throw together with ingredients we can all get hold of. Why skimp in winter when you can have a thick hearty chestnut and vegetable stew and dumplings. Or Vegan shepherds pie, a proper chunky vegan burger and lots of veggie options too. And if I can do it - then you can do it.
Fresh, raw plant foods are the key to vibrant health, glowing skin, and high energy. But many raw and vegan recipes require trips to specialty stores and long hours in the kitchen. On her popular website, TheRawtarian.com, Laura-Jane Koers offers simple, satisfying recipes to whip up healthy meals with as few ingredients and in as few steps as possible. Laura-Jane is on a quest to create amazing recipes using staple ingredients that can be found all year round and might already be in your kitchen (think bananas, apples, carrots, celery, and onions - no need to make a special trip for fresh coconut or celeriac). Cook Lively! offers 100 brand-new recipes as well as a few favorites from the website, arranged by time of day to show how to support health and satisfy taste buds all day long with all-vegan, mostly raw plant ingredients. Cook Lively! is the go-to cookbook when you're hungry for something wholesome, delicious, and quick.
"Dad says we are going to grow vegetable soup." So begins Lois Ehlert's bright, bold picture book about vegetable gardening for the very young. The necessary tools are pictured and labeled, as are the seeds (green bean, pea, corn, zucchini squash, and carrot). Then the real gardening happens . . . planting, weeding, harvesting, washing, chopping, and cooking In the end? "It was the best soup ever." Ehlert's simple, colorful cut-paper-style illustrations are child-friendly, as is the big black type. A recipe for vegetable soup tops it all off
Vegans have often been misunderstood or treated with suspicion because of their beliefs. Now, this strict form of vegetarianism is attracting thousands of new adherents both young and old and it has now become socially accepted as more people learn the health risks of eating too much meat and the benefits both to themselves and the planet of a plant-based diet. Vegan with a Vengeance is a vegan cookbook for the 21st century. It is the creation of Isa Chandra Moskowitz, co-host of the hugely successful TV vegan cookery show in the US called The Post Punk Kitchen which has also a very popular allied website, www.theppk.com. Isas cooking philosophy embraces being kind to animals (all recipes are completely animal-product free) and your wallet while being creative and having fun in the process. She emphasizes fresh ingredients and says that, like good music, cooking is best when its innovative and experimental. Her inspired recipes covering all the meals for the day and influenced by dishes from around the world include: Asparagus and Sun-dried Tomato Frittata, Sweet Potato Hash with Five-Spice and Watercress, White Bean and Roasted Garlic Soup, Fresh mango Summer Rolls, Ginger Roasted Winter Vegetables, Cold Udon Noodles with Peanut Sauce, Raspberry and Chocolate Chip Blondie Bars and Lemon Gem Cupcakes.
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