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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.
An exciting and beautiful new vegetable book by well-known food writer Sybil Kapoor. The 154 recipes are simple and modern and the book is divided into the four seasons so that readers are encouraged to cook vegetables when they are at their very best and come into season - especially useful if they grow their own. Discover an incredible range of vegetable dishes, both as vegetarian options and as an accompaniment to meat and fish dishes, with this informative and detailed cookbook. Each of the 49 featured vegetables is accompanied by practical information for preparation and culinary notes with options for different ways of cooking. The featured vegetables range from peas and new potatoes through more unusual produce such as scorzonera and borlotti beans. The book is packed with atmospheric photography and contains mouth-watering recipes such as cucumber ice cream, salt-baked celeriac, wild mushroom and barley risotto, sticky blackcurrant shallots and carrot and cardamom cake. This is a timely book to tie in with the current renaissance in vegetable gardening, allotments and community agriculture schemes.
"Gourmet results -- quickly, easily and with a minimum of ingredients and steps."
The rich, varied and delicious vegetarian recipes in this easy-to-use cookbook can be prepared in 30 minutes or less. The ingredients are readily accessible and provide a wonderful range of choices and combinations that will appeal to the whole family, both occasional vegetarians and those who have adopted the lifestyle completely.
Most of these quick and easy-to-prepare recipes are also low fat and low sugar, which further enhances their health benefits. Among the 150 recipes are meals to suit every taste and occasion, from hearty and delicious breakfasts and lunches to main meals suitable for entertaining. The foolproof recipes are arranged in the following categories for easy access: Starters, salads and snacks Soups Pasta and grains Beans, lentils and tofu Sides Desserts
Packed with epicurean delights, "The Best 30-Minute Vegetarian Recipes" will appeal to dedicated vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.
"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.
From the creatives who brought you the innovative Smith & Daughters: A Cookbook (That Happens to be Vegan), Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse are proud to present: Smith & Deli-cious: Food From Our Deli (That Happens to be Vegan). Their trailblazing vegan deli, in Melbourne, Australia, serves huge lines of customers every day with salads, soups, baked goods and treats.
Across seven chapters, these pages help you skip the queue and go right to the good stuff: salads (including German potato salad; Beetroot, black lentil, yoghurt and dill salad, and Sushi salad), soups (Borscht; Corn congee; Smoky potato and leek; Split pea), baked treats (Banana split cake; Brownies, Lemon tart; Chocolate, mandarin and sour cherry pudding), dough both sweet and savoury (Sticky buns; Doughnuts; Dill pretzels), meals (Chilli, Mac and cheese , Kimchi fried rice; Cheesy broccoli and cauliflower pie; Carbonara) and basics (stock; rices; sides; sauces; dips).
The 100 vegan recipes span many cuisines, bringing the meat-free flavours of the world into your kitchen. Forget your preconceptions of vegan food: this book celebrates delicious plant-based food the way it should be: big, bold and flavourful.
A delicious collection of accessible and tasty Greek recipes – perfectly matched to the current trend for meat-free eating
Fresh vegetables are an integral part of Greek cuisine, and The Greek Vegetarian Cookbook showcases an array of delicious meatless breakfasts, soups, salads, vegetables, grains, and desserts. Drawing inspiration from all over Greece, the book simplifies this hugely popular cuisine with easily achievable, nourishing recipes so satisfying and tasty that they appeal to vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Introductions to each recipe often provide additional information on ingredients and serving suggestions and many suggest variations to the dish itself.
Nuts, grains, vegetables, fruits and seeds all provide healthy fuel for the body and in combination, they make complete protein powerhouses that easily deliver this essential nutrient. Whether it is Multi-Layered Avocado Toast for breakfast, Acadian Black Beans and Rice for supper or No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies to satisfy a sweet tooth, Ginny Kay McMeans has a protein-packed option for everyone. High-Protein Vegan includes advice on how to build muscle and lose weight, information on the best foods to eat to achieve a strong, healthy body and recipes for DIY seitan. With more than 125 recipes, McMeans proves that vegans don't have to skimp on this important nutrient.
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.
The closest Italy comes to fast food, the panini is perfect for anytime dining: at home, for lunch at work or school, as a snack, or picnic fare. Located just steps from the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Alessandro Frassica's 'Ino is celebrated for its gourmet panini - simple sandwiches that here are elevated to an art form. The choice and combination of ingredients, the quality of the bread, and attention to preparation are the hallmarks of Frassica's panini. Here this charismatic chef selects forty-five of his favourite vegetarian and vegan recipes, fully illustrated in colour, and adapted for easy preparation in the home kitchen.
150 delicious meatless recipes packed with performance-boosting nutrients
As a runner, you know that your food is your fuel—you have to eat well in order to perform well. But if you think it’s impossible to be a high-performing athlete and ditch meat, think again. Legendary ultrarunner Scott Jurek is plant-based and track star Carl Lewis is vegetarian. Being wholly or mostly meatless doesn’t have to mean sacrificing nutrition or performance—in fact, these whole-food recipes can help bring your body to peak health and fitness.
Written by Heather Mayer Irvine, the Food and Nutrition editor of Runner’s World, this vegetarian cookbook not only contains healthy recipes but also in-depth information on how runners—regardless of their food-with-a-face preference—can eat more plants. In this cookbook, you’ll find delicious and nutritious recipes for every meal (and yes, even dessert!) that will help power your runs and recovery.
A collection of delicious, healthy, vegetarian family recipes from the Green Kitchen Stories blog. David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl Andersen are the new faces of exciting vegetarian food. Their Green Kitchen Stories blog has a cult following and inspires people around the world to cook super-tasty, healthy vegetarian recipes using only natural ingredients. In The Green Kitchen they will delight meat-eaters and non meat-eaters alike by sharing over 80 of their favourite recipes, which can be enjoyed by the whole family. Using everyday staples from their pantry and combining them with in-season produce, David and Luise tell the stories from their kitchen, and show how easy it is to create nourishing, well-balanced dishes on a daily basis. Whip up some Spinach muffins for breakfast, Warm faro salad for lunch, and Vegetable lasagne with lemon ricotta for a supper to share with friends. Have your cake and eat it too with Frozen pink cheesecake, Cherry and blueberry crumble, Licorice ice cream and more. As well as large dishes, they have an array of soups, salads, juices, small bites and picnic food that are uncomplicated to make but are bold in flavour and will have you wanting more. Start your love-affair with vegetables today with The Green Kitchen. Featuring stylish photographs throughout, this stunning book will show you how easy it is to cook delicious, sumptuous foods that taste great and are good for the body and the soul.
A modern and fresh take on vegetarian, vegan, and raw food
A raw food diet is now a widely accepted route to healthy eating. Raw: Recipes for a modern vegetarian lifestyle features 75 healthy and delicious mainly raw recipes, and introduces readers to an ethical and sustainable approach to eating that has found its way into the everyday diets of people around the world.
Divided into five chapters - breakfast, snacks, light lunches, main dishes, and sweet treats - the book abounds with bright, fresh recipes such as turmeric tostadas, quinoa pizza, kelp noodles with tofu, and vegan vanilla ice cream.
bazaar noun: a market in the Middle East Bazaar is a colorful, flavourful and satisfying celebration of vegetable dishes, designed tosuit every occasion and every palate. The magic of this cookbook is that you won't feel like anything is missing, with dishes full of easy-to-achieve flavors and depth that would win over even the most die-hard carnivore. Each recipe utilizes the abundance of varied flavour profiles of the East, from spices, herbs and perfumed aromatics to hearty staples such as grains and pulses, combined with plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables. You will find salads for all seasons, spectacular sides, bowl comfort, moreish mains and sweet treats. Recipes include: Grilled halloumi flatbreads with preserved lemon salsa Charred tomato & roasted chili soup with herb-fried croutons Root vegetable bastilla Grilled tofu salad with peanuts, sweet tamarind & spiced miso dressing Potato, ricotta & herb dumplings with walnuts & chili butter Feta, pul biber & oregano macaroni cheese Courgette, orange & almond cake with sweet orange yogurt frosting
Over 65 heavenly plant-based recipes featuring protein-rich tahini, from savoury salads, soups and burgers to sweet energy bars, smoothies and bakes. Tahini, or sesame seed paste, is much more than the staple ingredient in hummus it is recognized as in the western world. Known as `white gold' in Middle Eastern cuisine, it is a widely used and treasured ingredient, famed for its versatility. In this book, discover how the savoury-sweet, nutty taste of tahini can be used to enhance all manner of vegan recipes. The creamy texture and high un-saturated fat content are especially precious, as when mixed with water tahini has dairy-like qualities that are hard to re-create in a plant-based diet. Learn about the different types of tahini and how to make them from scratch; hulled and unhulled, with both black and white sesame seeds, and how to choose the right store-bought tahini for your recipe. Then discover a plethora of dreamy recipes, from Strawberry-tahini Yogurt to Sesame-full Quiche, Velvety White Soup, Marbelled Muffins and Coconut and Black Tahini Ice Cream. Just a swirl of this sesame seed paste can take your vegan food from to lackluster to luscious!
Irresistible vegan food from award-winning vegan street food pioneers, David and Charlotte Bailey of Wholefood Heaven. David and Charlotte Bailey have taken the street market scene by storm with their vibrant, healthy vegetarian and vegan cuisine. Their food is not about what's missing - it's about maximizing the potential and flavour of plant-based ingredients. Discover enticing egg- and dairy-free dishes from regions with a long tradition of vegetarian eating, such as Asia and India, as well as innovative twists on Spanish tapas, Middle Eastern mezze, Chinese dim sum and more. From big breakfasts to light salads and comforting mains to low-sugar sweet treats, The Fresh Vegan Kitchen is a glorious collection of exciting, satisfying recipes that taste terrific. An inspirational collection of recipes featuring classic dishes from a wealth of cultures, including Thai Coconut Curry, Israeli Chickpea Pancakes, Moroccan Vegetable Patties and Chinese Tofu Rolls. You can even treat yourself to mouth-watering sweet treats and make classic desserts, from a Pineapple and Coconut Cheesecake to a sumptuous Chocolate Mousse.
Live well and feel great - go vegan in 15...The vegan revolution is here. More and more people are looking to eat and shop in a way that treads as lightly as possible on our fragile planet and that doesn't cause suffering to animals. In Vegan in 15, renowned green food blogger and cook Kate Ford presents the easy way to 'go vegan' - showing you how to conjure up incredibly tasty meals in just 15 minutes, without having to make trips to multiple health food shops in search of obscure ingredients.Full of flavour and character, and containing all the nutrients you need for optimum health, Kate's irresistible recipes will inspire you to get the most out of a vegan lifestyle, whether you are an established green eater or simply looking for a way to begin.
100 quick, simple, and satisfying meals each under 300 calories that are ideal for matching the 5:2 fasting lifestyle--includes options for vegetarians, vegans, and coeliacs
The 5:2 Diet, also known as The Fast Diet or Intermittent Fasting Diet, is hugely effective for weight loss and improving well-being. Celia Brooks has created this book to make fast days interesting, fun, and painless. Everything here is healthy and vegetarian, with many vegan-friendly and gluten-free recipes. The recipes are all quick, satisfying, and nutrient-rich, yet all under 300 calories. If the reader is also cooking for non-fasters, there are suggestions for multiplying and bulking out the meals. With advice on meal planning and stocking the kitchen, detailed nutrition counts, and easy and delicious fast-day recipes for breakfast, snacks, main meals, flavor bombs, and drinks, this is the book to change a dieter's life, for good. Includes dual measurements.
SuperVeg celebrates the power and flavour of plants by shining the spotlight on 25 of the most health-giving vegetables on the planet. In this heartfelt homage, vegetable expert Celia Brooks explores the formidable nutritional benefits of each veg, providing a wealth of supporting information including selection, preparation and cooking techniques. Over 100 creative, health-enhancing, everyday vegetarian recipes cover simple flavour pairings through to more substantial offerings, and bring the joy of powerful nutrition, deliciousness and versatility to your home kitchen.
Make the most of your time with this new collection of fast recipes from the popular Hamlyn All Colour series. Whether you are a seasoned vegetarian or simply trying to cut down on your meat intake, Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook: 200 Fast Vegetarian Dishes offers a variety of vegetarian recipes that can be ready in no more than 30 minutes. Recipes include the spicy Arrabiata Polenta Bake, the Pasta with Goats' Cheese & Walnut Sauce, or Pineapple Fritters if your sweet tooth is calling.
15-Minute Vegan features 100 brand new vegan recipes that can be prepared in mere moments. Using ingredients that are available in supermarkets, the recipes are as easy as can be - from shopping to cooking to serving. The book starts with Katy's introduction to vegan cooking and cooking, with advice on the equipment you need to make your cooking go faster, plus essential storecupboard ingredients. In chapters covering Breakfast, Light Bites, Mains, Essentials and Sweet Stuff, Katy offers 100 straightforward recipes and tips about preparation, freezing and storing. Whether you're already eating vegan or just want to try something new, nothing could be simpler and faster than 15-Minute Vegan.
For Bettina Vitell the simple art of cooking holds the seeds to a deeper, more life-enriching experience. It is a way to become more aware of ourselves and the world around us, to think clearly and to delight in even the most basic daily activities of our lives.
The dishes in A Taste of Heaven and Earth reflect this Zen philosophy. Bettina Vitell's uncomplicated recipes produce sophisticated, creative meals without ever losing site of her goal of preparing low-dairy vegetarian food. Tastes from both East and West merge with delicious results: here kale and tofu adorn pizza, and udon noodles are dressed with pesto. There are recipes for soup stock and tomato sauce, as well as cashew ginger sauce and apricot lime chutney. The homey breakfast and dessert sections provide recipes for muffins and crisps; and sections on pizza, sushi, curries, and Mexican-inspired foods expand the traditional range of vegetarian cooking.
A Taste of Heaven and Earth explores beyond the reaches of traditional cook-books by offering contemplative essays and ink drawings that heighten the cook's sensory experience in the kitchen. They provide questions and stories that help readers realize the simplicity and beauty inherent in preparing and eating good food.
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