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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.
Everyone will love these vegan ideas devised for Christmas. The clever plant-based recipes are designed to be crowd-pleasing and properly festive and as well as being meat-free and dairy-free, the recipes boast seasonal produce and sensational flavour. As the festive party season gets underway serve seasonal small plates such as Chestnut & Porcini Cream Mille-Feuille and Rainbow Chard Tartlets. For a cosy pre-Christmas supper, look to Saffron Ravioli with Heart of Palm & Chilli or Deep Dijon Pie. And on Christmas day make a stunning centrepiece for everyone to share by embracing the mock vegan meat trend. Try a carvable Smoky Stuffed Roast with Pine Nut, Lemon & Herb Stuffing accompanied by Marmite & Olive Roasties and Piglets in Rafts. Follow with Snowball Trifle with Lime & Lemonade 'Egg Nog' or Stollen Bread & Butter Pudding with Cardamom Custard. Come Boxing day, it's time to love your leftovers - dine on Bubble & Squeak Parathas or simply slice up any remaining Festive Stuffing and roast it for the perfect leftover sarnie. And to see in the New Year vegan-style keep it simple with one-pot make-ahead Roasted Aubergine & Puy Lentil Lasagne or Faux Fish Pie with Herby Mash so that you are free to enjoy the celebrations! Vegan Christmas Feasts is a compilation of previously published festive favourites plus a host of new recipes.
Happy Vegan Comfort Food is the exact book that Karoline Joensson would have wanted when she first became a vegan. Back then she was both hungry and bewildered by this new lifestyle. In order to help guide new vegans, Karoline has gathered her most indispensable recipes: dishes that provide a good basis and that can be used in various flavour combinations; food that adds warmth and comfort; delicious meals to simplify everyday life. Karoline invites us into her home and to her table to enjoy dinner, breakfast and snacks and the classic food that we always come back to when we think of home. Whether you are cutting down on your meat intake, starting a new vegan diet, or looking for fresh ideas to make dishes like Paella, Colcannon, and Frittatas, Karoline Joensson, the author of bestselling Happy Vegan Christmas, is here to inspire you. Happy Vegan Comfort Food is a collection of dishes that always work and always taste good. The book is divided into sections: From scratch - how to make your own tofu, oat cream for cooking and tempeh. In the frying pan - dishes such as vegetable fritters, okonomiyaki (Japanese pancakes), scrambled tofu In the pot - soups, daal and stews In the oven - gratins and jacket potatoes with delicious fillings
Are you ready to discover the power of plants? Let's dive in.
Just imagine if what you put on your plate could not only improve your health right now but also make you healthier in the future. This book shows you, and your loved ones, how to make enjoyable, sustainable choices to futureproof your body and mind.
In this ground-breaking book, British family doctor Gemma Newman shares the transformative effect plant-powered eating has had not only in her life, but also in the lives of her family, her patients, and many people around the world. She explains the science that shows why plant-power works and how you can eat your way to a brighter future.
Dr Newman shares how in many cases your genes matter less when it comes to your health destiny than what you eat for dinner. Explore how many of the chronic illnesses we face - including heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, hormonal dysfunction, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and obesity - can be helped with a plant-powered approach along with gut health and immunity.
Make some simple switches. You can still eat your favourite kinds of food and enjoy delicious meals - simply learn how to make them plant-powered. Banish the diets, the calorie counting and deprivation. Instead you can try a compassionate and powerful way of eating that everyone can enjoy.
Start cooking! This book includes over 60 mouth-watering meal ideas to kick-start your journey. Dr Newman includes a simple guide as to the principles of a whole foods plant-based approach and helpful meal plans for you to fill out too. Enjoy easy breakfasts, family favourites and meals on the go and so much more.
Everything you need to eat your way to a healthier, happier you.
Take your recipes from bland to bold with these 200 easy, plant-based recipes that are full of flavor for every meal of the day. Just because your diet is plant-based doesn't mean that you have to give up on all of your favorite flavors. There are so many meals bursting with spicy flavor that you can enjoy all day long! The Spicy Plant-Based Cookbook has 200 delicious, mouth-watering recipes that pack a punch with every bite...and keep you feeling healthy and strong. From breakfast to dinner, to desserts and drinks, you'll find the perfect plant-based recipes that you'll love to make over and over again. With recipes like jalapeno hash browns to a mango chili sorbet, these spicy dishes are sure to make every spice-enthusiast satisfied. Complete with easy, step-by-step instructions and plenty of preparation tips, this book has everything you need to add a little extra heat to your favorite healthy, plant-based recipes.
The past few years have seen an explosion of interest in cooking over fire, with cooks all over the world seeking to get elemental in their cooking. But fire and smoke doesn't always have to be about hunks of meat. Chargrilling and barbecue are a fantastic way of getting the maximum flavour out of versatile vegetables. If you're bored of beefburgers, or if you're vegetarian and want more than scorched sweetcorn and chewy halloumi, then Charred offers up over 70 original, exciting recipes to cater for all your veggie BBQ needs. With sections on Stuffed and wrapped veg, Burgers and fritters, Kebabs, Low, slow and smoked, and Sharing Platters, the vegetarian dishes will be the highlight of every meal, with the likes of whole roast cauliflower drenched in spiced garlic butter, griddled radicchio with burrata and figs, or corn on the cob with Cambodian coconut, lime and chilli. Live-fire and BBQ expert Genevieve Taylor has developed these inventive, sensational dishes so that they can just as easily be cooked in a grill pan or conventional oven, year-round. Celebrate the magic that happens when glorious veg meet flame!
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.
Britain's bestselling vegetarian cook helps you get a great meal on the table fast. Perfect for the busy home cook, Rose Elliot's 30-Minute Vegetarian will help you make a delicious and quick vegetarian dinner, any night of the week. If you need fast and tasty food after a hard day's work or a healthy dinner to feed family and friends; whether you are craving a comforting classic or fresh ideas for cooking with vegetables, you will find it in this book - 140 modern vegetarian recipes that can be cooked in half an hour or less. Recipes include ... Celeriac soup with porcini and truffle oil Banana pudding Warm butternut squash salad with baby spinach leaves, chopped red onion and pine nuts Thai bean and millet cakes with a hot red pepper sauce White chocolate cheesecake with lime and ginger Ultimate red bean chilli Grilled Halloumi skewers with red and yellow peppers, with herby couscous Rendang Malaysian vegetable and coconut curry Broad bean lasagna Figs with warm honey and balsamic dressing, watercress and Stilton Blueberry crumble Oven-baked asparagus and pea risotto Red hot udon noodle stir fry Easy courgette tart
Learn how to smoke an aubergine over a gas flame, which you can then turn into a curry, or mash and mix with potato, griddle, roll in dukkah and wrap around mozzarella; grill with miso, Japanese style; or blitz into a Mediterranean salad. Her unique `Textures of' sections give you some fantastically inspired ideas for common ingredients. With over 120 recipes divided into chapters including Stylish Starters, Sensational Mains, Sofa Suppers, Sassy Sides and Stunningly Sweet, this is truly a vegetarian adventure.
A primer on plant-based cooking, from the bestselling vegan author Isa Chandra Moskowitz Isa Chandra Moskowitz is the undisputed queen of vegan home cooking. Her readers turn to her for recipes that work, whether they're looking for cupcakes that adhere to their diet, or comforting Thanksgiving dinners that taste as satisfying as their childhood memories. With I Can Cook Vegan, Moskowitz offers doable recipes designed to help inspire people to kick their meat habits, improve digestion, and become all-around better citizens of the world. The book includes shopping lists, achievable goals, cheerleading, and extensive FAQs, all written in Moskowitz's inimitable voice and style. But the book isn't only for meat eaters looking for a better way to live-Moskowitz wants to get vegans to start cooking more so that they can worry less about what they can and cannot eat. The first step: When someone invites you to dinner, bring something delicious, and share it.
CHEF CHLOE'S first all-dessert cookbook, Chloe's Vegan Desserts,
will satisfy your sweet tooth from morning to night with more than
100 recipes for cakes and cupcakes, ice cream and doughnuts and
pies--oh my And you just will not believe these delicious dishes
Following on from the success of Bowls of Goodness, Nina moves from casual bowl food to celebrating in style. This joyful book focuses on delicious festive vegetable dishes that are easy to make. The recipes are driven by modern plant-based cooking inspired by kitchens from around the world: with Mediterranean, Asian, Northern European and Middle Eastern flavours. Chapters include Small Bites, Celebration Salads, Midsummer, Midwinter and Al Fresco, Plated, Hearty Meals and Sweet Endings. This is food for relaxed parties with a pick-and-mix attitude, but there are also stand-out dishes to feed the whole party and more fine-dining plates for dinner parties. And Nina gives handy tips on creating a balanced meal, cooking recipes in advance and how to make recipes vegan and dairy-free. Recipes include a Smorgasbord, Summer Rolls, Herbed Lentil, Beetroot and Feta Salad, Golden Kerala Curry and Midsummer Dream Cake. Nina makes vegetarian cooking fun and sociable - the recipes, in themselves, are worth celebrating!
In 7 Day Vegan Challenge, Bettina Campolucci Bordi shows that with a little bit of planning, following a vegan diet has never been so effortless, accessible and fun.
Bettina uses easy-to-find, affordable ingredients to produce fast, tasty meals that won't leave you feeling hungry or like you're missing out. Kickstart your morning with Banoffee oats or Breakfast burritos, fill your lunchbox with a Tokyo hummus sandwich or a Quick laksa, and finish your day with Kimchi fried rice or Cauliflower steak, with a Key lime pie for dessert. Handy icons indicate if something can be batch-cooked, if it contains nuts, how long it will keep in the fridge and if it can be frozen. This is an inclusive book that embraces everyone, from full-on vegans to those who know it makes good sense to eat more veg.
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The first in a brand-new series, chef, broadcaster and food writer Roopa Gulati celebrates the beautifully varied world of vegetarian Indian food. A traditionally vegetarian country, there is much to explore in Indian cuisine, with subtle regional differences often becoming apparent. The mouth-watering recipes within these pages include chard pakoras; twice-cooked cauliflower, saffron and almond masala; paneer and apricot koftas; and traditional channa dal, all of which are photographed by the legendary David Loftus. Alongside the 70 delicious recipes, Roopa also introduces readers to the key techniques and ingredients in Indian cooking, such as the all-important spice blends that will help you create a true Indian vegetarian feast at home. Also in the series: Japan, Mexico and Italy.
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.
Warming soups include Butternut Squash with Allspice and Pine Nuts plus lighter choices for summer such as Courgette, Broad Bean and Lemon Broth. Try delicious Snacks and Light Meals - choose from Hot Red Pepper and Walnut Dip; Lentil, Carrot and Coriander Pate; and Sesame Potato Wedges with Peanut Dipping Sauce. Satisfying Salads to enjoy include Tabbouleh with Chickpeas and Spring Greens; Spicy Cauliflower and Swiss Chard Salad; and Fennel and Orange Salad with Black Olives. Filling Hot Dishes to savour are Stir-fried Tofu with Crisp Greens and Mushrooms; Barley Risotto with Radicchio; and Creamy Vegetable and Cashew Nut Curry with Coconut Milk. Sweet Things are a must - choose from Tropical Fruits in Lime and Chilli Syrup; Rhubarb and Apple Crumble; and Cherry and Hazelnut Oat Cookies. Finally, Drinks include nutritious yet delicious concoctions such as Pineapple and Passionfruit Soy Shake; Peanut and Carob Smoothie; and Date, Banana and Rice Milk Frappe.
Animal-free magic - Telegraph Magazine Recipes to impress that just happen to be vegan - Sunday Times In Cook Share Eat Vegan, now in paperback, Aine Carlin has created the ultimate vegan bible, with more than 125 recipes that prove there's a place for plant-based food at every table. With an emphasis on great flavours and fresh, seasonal dishes that don't rely on substitutes or hard-to-source ingredients, Aine's style of cooking will appeal to everyone, from vegan-cooking enthusiasts to those simply wanting to dabble now and then. Delight your friends with Crispy Cinnamon Potato Tacos, enjoy a warming bowl of Turmeric & Sweet Potato Soup, or indulge in a delicious Vanilla Panna Cotta. Discover recipes for every occasion and for all times of year - that just happen to be vegan. 'Finding the balance between health and indulgence, this book has a little bit of everything, from full-on comfort food to zen-inducing bowls to nourish from within. Discover the beauty of plant-based food and leave your preconceived notions at the door - it's time to cook, eat, smile (repeat)' - Aine Carlin
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.
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