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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!
Skip the takeout, save money, eat better and prep meals like a professional with 125 healthy and delicious vegan recipes for every meal of the day. It's a fast-paced world out there, making it easy to fall into the habit of eating fast food. If you're vegan (or trying to eat a more plant-based diet) then you've got even more of a challenge, since finding vegan options on-the-go is no small feat. The answer is #mealprepping. Meal prepping - the practice of preparing whole meals and meal components for the week ahead - has gained immense popularity in the last few years. In Vegan Meal Prep, Robin Asbell shares this solution in the form of 125 inventive and inspired recipes for breakfast, lunch, main meals, snacks and desserts using vegan ingredients. Armed with five 5-day meal plans, you'll be happy to avoid sad takeaways while saving time and money. Recipes include Maple Granola with Almonds and Raisins, Tempeh Tacos with Mango Sriracha Sauce, Avocado Goddess Salad with Edamame, and Matcha Pistachio Blondies.
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.
With his fabulous restaurants and bestselling Ottolenghi Cookbook, Yotam Ottolenghi has established himself as one of the most exciting talents in the world of cookery and food writing. This exclusive collection of vegetarian recipes is drawn from his column 'The New Vegetarian' for the Guardian's Weekend magazine, and features both brand-new recipes and dishes first devised for that column.
Yotam's food inspiration comes from his strong Mediterranean background and his unapologetic love of ingredients. Not a vegetarian himself, his approach to vegetable dishes is wholly original and innovative, based on strong flavours and stunning, fresh combinations. With sections devoted to cooking greens, aubergines, brassicas, rice and cereals, pasta and couscous, pulses, roots, squashes, onions, fruit, mushrooms and tomatoes, the breadth of colours, tastes and textures is extraordinary.
Featuring vibrant, evocative food photography from acclaimed photographer Jonathan Lovekin, and with Yotam's voice and personality shining through, Plenty is a must-have for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike.
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.
The vegan revolution is here to stay and now it is easier than ever to ditch animal-based foods and embrace a natural, healthier and more environmentally-friendly way of life. This updated new edition of a great classic book brings the advice on key nutrients up-to-date and, along with favourite vegan mainstays, offers new exciting recipes to prove that being vegan does not mean excluding comfort food, sweet treats, or wickedly savoury delights. The 140 recipes range from Granola Breakfast Bars and Vegetable Seaweed Dahl to Roasted Squash and Mushroom Ramen and Apple Chia Puddings - there has never been a better, and easier, time to go vegan! A complete guide to planning and enjoying a healthy vegan lifestyle for people wanting to give up meat, fish and dairy, a concise introduction advises you on key nutrients and where to find them in your food, easy-fixes for packed lunches, pitfalls to avoid when eating out and much more. Recipes include Yellow Pea and Lentil Soup; Roasted Kale Crisps; Thai Noodle Salad; Malaysian Tofu and Quinoa Laksa; Spiced Greens with Hemp Seeds; Chocolate Beetroot Cakes; and Morel, Garlic and Asparagus Focaccia.
Now vegetarians can thoroughly enjoy sushi, too! American sushi expert Marisa Baggett has been working passionately for years to perfect sushi recipes that take full advantage of the freshest garden vegetables, herbs, tofu, mushrooms and spices available at your local farmer's market or co-op. Her innovative use of sustainable ingredients like fresh asparagus, apple, daikon radish, basil, tomatoes, beets, corn, shiitake mushrooms and cucumbers sets her sushi recipes apart from all others you may have seen. This vegetarian cookbook offers entirely new ways for local vores to enjoy their community supported agriculture and market vegetables with sushi rice. This is the ultimate farm-to-table book with a creative Asian flair! Marisa not only shows you how to make the usual thick and thin rolls but other types of sushi that are just as delicious and even easier to make! These recipes are about combining delicious rice with tantalizing pairings you might not have tried or thought of before, such as: Apple and daikon radish Cucumber and peanut Spicy carrot and tomato Pomegranate and basil Ginger and beet Summer corn and pickled okra Sweet potato and shiitake mushrooms Strawberry and rhubarb. All of Marisa's sushi recipes are extra simple to make. For example, her Tempura Avocado Hand Rolls are a snap to put together even if you've never made sushi before! Marisa starts by giving surefire recipes for making perfect sushi rice every time. She provides tips on which vegetables work best with sushi rice and how to create original combinations. Vegetarian Sushi Secrets is a gem of a Sushi cookbook that shows you how to make foolproof thin rolls, thick rolls, inside-out rolls, hand rolls, bowl rice sushi and much more in no time at all!
Simplify the vegan diet and customize it to fit your lifestyle with this accessible, easy-to-use guide! The vegan diet has been taking the world by storm and is seemingly becoming more and more popular by the day. But with so many rules and restrictions, it can be hard to know where to start when committing to plant-based eating. Vegan Basics is here to help make veganism work for you, not the other way around. Vegan Basics acknowledges that just because a diet works one way for one person doesn't mean it will work the same way for everyone. Instead, it offers ways to modify and customize plant-based eating to suit your needs, through short, easy-to-understand explanations of the key principles of the vegan diet that you can adapt as you see fit. Are you just not ready to give up cheese or the occasional burger? Or maybe you're interested in vegan cooking simply as a way to increase the amount of fruits and vegetables in your diet without adopting a full vegan lifestyle-and that's okay! Say goodbye to the one-size-fits-all approach to plant-based eating with Vegan Basics.
'Simon Hopkinson is a classically trained chef with the heart of a home cook.' Nigella Lawson 'The Vegetarian Option performs the brilliant feat of being vegetarian without being vegetarian. Without an ounce of quorn or the merest sight of a nut cutlet, every recipe illuminates, and there is nothing you would not want to eat' Rowley Leigh Now more than ever, people are turning to vegetarian food. But how to know when to really eat a tomato, or the best way to get flavour from a gifted marrow? Simon Hopkinson's classic, simple recipes will solve any dilemma, accompanied by beautiful essays on subjects from the joy of bay leaves to the enlivening zippiness of a lemon. The key to Simon Hopkinson's cooking is using seasonal ingredients and good-quality produce. With recipes for everything from a quick supper to the perfect cocktail and accompanying snack, The Vegetarian Option is not written exclusively for vegetarians, but as a fresh source of inspiration for all genuine food lovers.
This book will inspire you to create meals that are thoroughly delicious and loaded with health-promoting properties to supercharge your health. Wellness warrior Lee Holmes presents over 100 non-boring vegetable dishes that your meat-loving family members will also enjoy. Each recipe features options for veganising your meal, and is accompanied by an icon indicating whether it is wheat-free, gluten-free dairy-free, sugar-free, vegetarian or vegan. An in-depth introduction provides a wealth of supporting information including organic versus conventional vegetables; the low-down on vegetarian diets; top ten supercharged vegetables; and storing, preparing and cooking your vegetables. Eat in-season with Winter vegetable korma or Stuffed summer squash and enjoy hearty soups, such as Creamy mushroom, zucchini and tomato and Snow white vegetable soup. Finish it all off with Pumpkin muffins and Avocado ice-cream.
Veganism is a growing trend worldwide but many of the books currently on the market are health focused rather than recipe and taste focused. They can also look rather forbidding and serious. Easy Vegan offers 160 delicious recipes without animal products for wannabe vegans, existing vegans or those wishing to learn more. It targets those who want to eat less animal product for ethical and health reasons and also those who might just want to experiment with this style of cooking or who have family or friends who are vegan. These recipes are proof that vegan food can be tasty and interesting. Easy Vegan includes great explanations on how to replace the animal- sourced elements of recipes: how to 'veganise' a recipe, how to make vegan butter, how to replace eggs in a recipe, and uses illustration to break down some of the facts surrounding vegan food into visuals, so key information is easy (and fun) to assimilate.
The Vegetarian Low-Carb Diet Cookbook is the ideal accompaniment to the successful Vegetarian Low-Carb Diet - the fast, no-hunger, healthy way to lose weight. One of the joys of the low-carb lifestyle - and one of the reasons why people find that this is a diet they can stick to - is that the food is delicious, and this book is full of tasty ideas for vegetarians who want the slimming benefits of a low-carb diet. With over 100 fantastic recipes ranging from energising breakfasts and light lunches to satisfying suppers and even sweet treats and desserts, there's something for everyone - vegetarians or vegans wanting to shed some pounds, successful low-carbers looking for new ideas, or anyone who loves fresh-tasting, quick and easy recipes. All the dishes are straightforward, high in protein, low in carbs and packed full of fresh vegetables. Protein and carb counts are provided for each recipe, along with details of which diet phase the recipe is suitable for. There are plenty of vegan recipes and vegan variations are suggested where appropriate. It couldn't be simpler!
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.
With an estimated 9 million Americans embracing a 100% vegetarian diet, as well as a whopping 100 million who eat at least one vegetarian meal per week, Meatless All Day is most definitely a cookbook for the masses It starts with 45 power ingredients that make vegetarian food satisfying and delicious. Following are 80 recipes with headnotes that explain how these super ingredients lend dishes a meaty or fishy flavor, demarcate vegan recipes, offer tips for making many of the non-vegan recipes vegan, and provide ideas for rounding out entrees with side dishes and desserts. Whether you re eating at your favorite restaurant chain or following the lifestyles of celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, Carrie Underwood, and Russell Brand, vegetarianism is a hot trend. Veggie-packed choices are everywhere so why not in your own kitchen with Meatless All Day."
The Small Planet Vegetarian Cookbook introduces a global spread of delicious low-impact vegetarian dishes. There's something particularly enticing about a meal made up of several 'small' dishes, as with Middle Eastern mezze or Spanish tapas. Troth Wells has taken this style of cooking and enjoying food and given it an exciting global dimension. Western livestock-rearing and industrial production of meat is not a model that can be projected worldwide - even if it were desirable. Moving towards a more vegetable-based diet is the only sustainable and healthy way to feed the world. Not everyone can or will give up eating meat at once, but this exciting Small Planet Vegetarian Cookbook will help the change.
Fiona Inglis is passionate about food, whether she's growing, cooking or eating it. As a primary school teacher she also loves sharing her enthusiasm, knowledge and skills with her students and with children everywhere. "The Garden Cook" is her beautifully photographed and illustrated book with 76 easy-to-follow recipes, aimed at 8- to 13-year olds. It includes a basics chapter with safety hints for exploring the garden and tips like how to set up your own veggie patch and how to plant for the seasons. Perfect for children, their parents and anyone interested in growing and cooking good food, "The Garden Cook" is sure to ignite a passion for cooking in a new generation. Key points: 76 easy-to-follow recipes; step-by-step illustrations in every chapter; and includes a basics chapter with safety hints and fun tips for exploring in the garden.
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.
Joshua Ploeg was once the singer for such bands as Lords of Lightspeed, Behead the Prophet, and the Mulkiteo Faeries. Limpwrist even wrote a tribute song to him as a gay punk pioneer ("Ode"). Now he is a touring vegan chef employing the same skills and enginuity that he learned from punk. Among the many recipes in his new cookbook you will find: Spicy Strawberry Applesauce in Pastry Cups with Sweet and Salty Candied Hazelnuts, Roasted Garlic and Red Bean Pate with Herb Sauce and Mushroom Crackers, Fried Veggie Cakes with Sambuca Sauce and Fig Relish, Straw Mushroom and Black Sesame Rolls with Spicy Mustard Sauce and Sweet Black Vinegar-Soy Sauce, Curried Veggie "Chkn" Dumplings with Orange-Tomato Chutney and Wasabi Cream Sauce, Deep Fried Breaded Shish Kabobs with Pomegranate Sauce and Creamy Dill-Garlic Dressing, Cherry Wontons with Plum Brandy Sauce and Yam "Ice Cream," and Red Wine Sorbet with Chocolate Crostini, Berries in Liqueur and Chocolate Balsamic Reduction.
Most of us have, without knowing, already been using superfoods in our everyday cooking: avocados, spinach, blueberries, pomegranates or lemons are among the most common superfoods. You are probably also unaware that cacao, dates and chickpeas belong to the same category! Superfoods are not only tasty, they also deliver a wealth of health benefits: anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins and much more. They therefore make a considerable contribution towards healing and cleansing our mind and body. Each of the twenty eight superfoods portrayed in this book is described in a detailed profile, accompanied by delicious and easy to make recipes. A concise introductory chapter provides detailed information as to what superfoods are and their nutritional values. Anti-oxidants and their sources, vitamins and secondary plant substances are also coherently presented. Equipped with this knowledge we are presented with mouthwatering illustrations and tasty recipes. Breakfast ideas range from chia pudding with mango and coconut milk, to overnight oats, chocolate and raspberry. Appetizers such as stuffed dates wrapped in zucchini, and quinoa and cauliflower balls are a healthy way to start any day. Moving on the the main courses we are presented with culinary delights such as stuffed pointed peppers with whole-grain green spelt and walnuts. The spinach souffle with hemp seeds and sesame crust needs to be seen, and eaten, to be believed. Lastly we are presented with desserts and cakes. The banana split with cocoa nibs and goji berries simply cannot be ignored. Page long profiles on each superfood inbetween the recipes provide the reader with more than enough background information on each superfood. Hannah Frey, the author of several bestselling cookbooks, professional nutritionist and blogger, has once again delivered with her compact guide to the world of superfoods.
Start your vegan journey the right way by going back to basics with Leah Vanderveldt's recipes for plant-based essentials and more. Choosing to eat a plant-based diet can be good for your health and good for the planet, but many people dive straight in without proper understanding of how to get a nutritionally balanced diet when they suddenly stop eating animal products. Enter First-time Vegan; this book features essential information on how to ensure your plant-based diet ticks all the right nutritional boxes. Learn how to make the daily essentials you can't live without: from dairy-free milks to plant-based condiments, these things can be costly to buy readymade and/or full of additives you don't need. Finally, master the easy recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks that will underpin your vegan diet and allow it to be sustainable and enjoyable. Be well-informed, save money, keep healthy and go out there and live your best vegan life, with First-time Vegan.
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.
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