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p class="MsoNormal"This is not your mother's low-fat cookbook. There's no foolish tricks, no bizarre concoctions, no chemicals, no frozen meals&hellipno fake anything! Appetite for Reduction means cooking with real food, for real life. (Skimpy portions need not apply.) In Appetite for Reduction , bestselling author and vegan chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz has created 125 delectable, nutritionally-balanced recipes for the foods you crave- lasagna, tacos, barbecue, curries, stews, and much more- and it's all: Only 200 to 400 calories per serving Plant-based and packed with nutrients Low in saturated fat and sugar high in fiber Drop-dead deliciousYou'll also find lots of gluten-free and soy-free options, and best of all, dinner can be on the table in less than 30 minutes. So ditch those diet shakes. Skip that lemonade cleanse. And fight for your right to eat something satisfying! Now you can look better, feel better, and have more energy- for health at any size.
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 flavors. Chapters include Soups & Breads, Cold Buffet (including canapes, celebration salads, and picnic food), Warm Buffet, Fire Food (including skewers, pizzas, and slow-roasts), Sharing Plates, Sweet Endings, and the Bar (botanical alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails). This is food for relaxed parties with a pick-and-choose attitude, but there are also stand-out dishes to feed the whole gang and more elegant plates for dinner parties. Recipes include Fig & Goat Cheese Muffins, Blinis with Beluga Lentils & Lemony Cashew Fraiche, Spring Revival Salad, Pizza Ni oise, Kasbah Eggplant Skewers, and Wild Forest Summer Cake. Nina Olsson makes vegetarian cooking fun and sociable - the recipes, in themselves, are worth celebrating!
Vegans and vegetarians everywhere will have the best holiday period ever with Gaz Oakley's fantastic alternatives to the trad turkey and trimmings. Gaz is an expert in bold flavours and textures, so everyone can enjoy a spectacular centrepiece and amazing food throughout the festive season.
Gaz talks you through the menus and the planning, from Christmas morning breakfast like Sweet Potato Waffles and Tofu Benedict, through to a show-stopping lunch with the likes of Ultimate Christmas Wellington, "Turkey" Roast and Festive Nut Roast Wreath served with all the trimmings: "No Pigs" in Blankets, Hasselback Potatoes and Fluffy Yorkshire Puddings - all rounded off with spectacular dairy-free puds including Boozy Tiramisu and Creme Brulee Tarts. There are vegan versions of mince pies, Pavlova and the traditional Christmas Pudding with Custard, and even a "cheese" board for afters! And it's not just about the big day: Gaz offers a supreme spread of party food for when you're celebrating with guests - Mini Sausage Rolls, Sticky BBQ "Ribs" and Arancini, among many others, plus ideas for Boxing Day leftovers including Bubble & Squeak, Christmas Curry and Gyros.
Packed with suggestions for the festivities and advice on how to keep cool in the kitchen if you're cooking on the big day, Vegan Christmas Cookbook offers every solution you'll ever need for what to cook for vegans and vegetarians at Christmas.
75 satisfying plant-based recipes for comfort food from around the world. A food-lover and keen traveller, Jackie Kearney became a favourite MasterChef UK finalist in 2011 thanks to her creative approach to vegetarian and vegan cooking that took inspiration from all over the world. However, if there is one thing that she loves to cook most, it is those comfort food classics that can satisfy any hunger pangs - and in this collection of vegan recipes, she shows how easy it is to do that as part of a plant-based diet. She begins with flavours from her childhood in No Place Like Home, featuring recipes such as My Big Fat Veggie Cottage Pie and Root Vegetable Rosti with Home-made Beans and Smoky Tempeh. European Summers follows with a selection of relaxed dishes like Campfire Risotto with Asparagus and Lemon, French Onion Soup with Cashew Cheese Croutons, and Roasted Aubergine Lasagne with Puy Lentils. Jackie is renowned for her love of Asian flavours, so the next chapter, Asian Comfort, is where her passion really shines. Try Beetroot and Watercress Samosas with Pineapple Chutney, Shami Kebab served in a naan or the classic South-east Asian soup Singaporean Laksa. For dessert, a Chai-spiced Rice Pudding with Ginger Cookies is the perfect winter warmer. Then, inspiration comes from across the USA with a vegan take on the classic NYC deli sandwich - Reuben's Honestly - and Tevo's Texan Scramble Breakfast Burrito, as well as those best-loved American sweet treats such as the Aint' No Vooddoo Rasberry Chai Doughnuts. With a guide to the vegan storecupboard and basic recipes for Easy Vegan Mayo, Cashew Cream, Flax Eggs and Almond Ricotta, this is the essential book for all those looking for deliciously satisfying plant-based food.
Founder of the website Hippie Lane and passionate about food and family, Taline uses whole, unprocessed, organic ingredients to produce mouth-watering recipes packed with a powerhouse of goodness that go beyond tackling a sweet fix. Here are breakfasts, energy-giving lunches, dinners, snacks, power salads, tangy dressings, Buddha bowls, nourish bowls and sweet treats - that are plant-based, vegan and free of gluten, genetically modified ingredients and refined sugar.But don't go thinking that just because the recipes are plant-based that they are lacking on flavour. Breakfasts include tasty recipes like Crunchy cacao & macadamia clusters and Peanut butter acai bowl with RAWnola; lunch has options like Roasted cinnamon pumpkin soup and Summery avo & mango salad in iceberg cups for lunch; and dinner has colourful dishes like Stuffed peppers and Classic tomato spaghetti. Taline also includes inspiration for sweet treats and snack foods, from Chilli bean nachos to Peanut snack bars and Chocolate caramel swirl ice cream so you'll never go without when you fancy treating yourself.Using the simplest kitchen equipment and ensuring that all of her recipes are tried and tested to perfection, Taline's recipes taste divine without compromising on nutrition.
In this delightful Asian cookbook, you'll learn the secrets of vegetarian and vegan Asian cooking how to blend flavours, textures, aromas and colours to create full-flavored vegetarian dishes that are missing none of the umami normally associated only with meat and dairy.Each chapter based on seasonal vegetables provides a wide range of choices using produce that is available at that time of year making it easy to plan a variety of menus that are never dull or indifferent. Here are just a few examples of the tempting Asian recipes in this book: Starters and Snacks such as Crispy Spring Rolls, Green Apple Salad with Tangy Thai Dressing, Butternut Squash Pot Stickers and Korean-Style Buffalo Broccoli Family-Style Meals such as Asparagus in Lemongrass-Coconut Cream Sauce, Grilled Vegetable Kebabs with Two Marinades, General Tso's Eggplant and Kung Pao Potatoes All-in-One Meals such as Have It Everyday Pad Thai, Crispy Noodles with Savory Vegetables, Sweet Potato Rice Stew and Easy Miso Ramen Author Patricia Tanumihardja is an experienced food writer and expert on Asian and sustainable farm-to-table cooking. She shows you how to buy and use the freshest in-season produce to create delicious dishes with startlingly new flavors and textures by adding a few secret ingredients the traditional sweet, sour, spicy, soy seasonings that every Asian cook knows. She also explains in this Asian cookbook how the use of contrasting textures (for example silky tofu with crunchy peanuts) can create greater food enjoyment and a stimulating new dining experience. A home cook at heart, Pat's recipes are very straightforward without lots of exotic ingredients or specialized tools. They are also easy and quick to prepare. She shows you how adding a few Asian fermented and pickled vegan products like miso or pickled greens will add a new universe of flavours to your cooking. The same is true for flavour-enhancers like fried shallots, crispy fried garlic and the flavored oils that Asian chefs and restaurants use on a regular basis.
Fragrantly spiced and comforting, tagines are easy to prepare and sure to satisfy at every occasion. And prepared without meat (and often without dairy, too) they are not only economical, but also one of the best ways to enjoy seasonal produce. In this collection of authentic Moroccan recipes, you will find some of the best-loved tagines, from Lighter Tagines, such as Roasted Cherry Tomato Tagine with Feta and Preserved Lemon or Roasted Pear, Fig and Walnut Tagine with Fennel, to Hearty Tagines including Roasted Sweet Potato Tagine with Ginger, Cinnamon and Honey or Spicy Carrot Tagine with Chickpeas, Turmeric and Coriander. Along with the tagines, you will find recipes for its traditional accompaniment, couscous, prepared in a variety of exciting ways, as well as recipes for appetizers and other dishes to serve alongside. Create your own aromatic feast, worthy of any Moroccan kitchen.
Mastering the Art of Recipe-Free Cooking "This information-packed book part memoir, part recipe-free instruction hums with the conviction of a talented, knowledgeable cook." Crescent Dragonwagon, James Beard Award-winning author Thanks to the constant availability of takeout, frozen dinners, and fast food restaurants, for the majority of Americans, cooking has become a spectator sport an entertaining activity you watch on television, but not something to try at home. The Vegetarian Chef is a warm and funny instructional guide that addresses this issue head-on. Rather than simply collecting recipes, author, chef, caterer, and nutritionist Susan Crowther offers people something even more useful an understanding of how to cook. The Vegetarian Chef is a commonsensical and creative approach to preparing delicious plant-based meals, focusing on principles, intuition, and integrity. Cooking is also explored holistically, incorporating aspects such as local ingredients and "green cooking." From preparing simple salad dressings to simmering soup stocks to kneading dough for bread, Crowther takes the intimidation factor out of cooking by giving readers the basic information and tools they need for culinary success. Once you understand a few basic rules and generally what ingredients in what proportions are necessary for certain dishes, you'll be free to confidently experiment with all sorts of culinary creations. With a handful of easy-to-follow cooking time charts and shopping lists, plenty of warm advice, and a pinch of humor, Crowther welcomes aspiring cooks on a fun and exciting culinary adventure. 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.
It isn't necessary to be intimidated by the idea of making cheese-vegan cheese is simple and straightforward with clean, basic ingredients. Here, Jules Aron shares the tricks of the trade for making sauces, cheese you can grate or slice, and soft spreadable options, using homemade nut milks, vegetables and natural helpers like carrageenan, agar-agar and nutritional yeast. Her flavoursome creations are enhanced with herbs and spices and run from incredibly easy to more complex, mimicking familiar cheeses, including: French-Style Brie, Herbed Feta, Aged Gruyere. Armed with tips for building the perfect cheese plate and drink pairings, budding vegan cheese-makers will be ready to wow even the pickiest cheese lover.
Skinny Bitch co-creator Kim Barnouin offers the essential guide to going vegan-with vital tips for newbies on swaps and substitutions and a healthy helping of surprising innovations for veterans vegans, too. A #1 New York Times bestselling author and a leading nutritionist, Barnouin has the know-how to help you find a happy, healthy, and uncomplicated path to vibrant veganism. Skinny Bitch Book of Vegan Swaps even includes a "Try Me Vegan Weekend" plan for anyone looking to just explore this popular alternative diet or mix veganism into their normal routine.
For many home cooks, it can be a challenge to find the time, money, and ingredients to enjoy preparing a healthy, plant-based meal. Imagine a cookbook where you didn't have to shop for expensive ingredients in unusual places or use them only once. Imagine a cookbook where you knew you had all the dry goods you needed to prepare quick and amazing recipes. Wouldn't this change the way you think and feel about cooking? Enter The Essential Plant-Based Pantry, the indispensable resource for cooks who want everyday, healthy recipes right at their fingertips, without the fuss of an extended shopping trip. Food and nutrition expert Maggie Green reveals the secret to her miraculous meal preparation routine: a well-stocked pantry. By bringing together a few fresh ingredients like produce and nut milk with Green's comprehensive list of easy-to-find, pantry-safe foods, you can prepare delicious recipes on time and within budget-without running to the store halfway through. Packed with amazing recipes like fettuccini cashew alfredo, Moroccan tempeh, sesame Brussels sprouts, red bean and mushroom jambalaya, curry coconut chickpeas, tofu shakshuka, and Cinci lentil chili, The Essential Plant-Based Pantry will revolutionize the way you think and feel about healthy cooking.
"How do you get your protein?" As a vegan, you're sure to get asked this question often. Most likely, you've even thought about it yourself. Vegan protein comes from things like tofu and tempeh, to beans, nuts, and protein-rich whole grains like quinoa. There are loads of options out there, but how to prepare them? What to put them in? These are questions that can feel daunting, especially if you haven't used these ingredients before. Never fear. Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes to the rescue! The Great Vegan Protein Book takes you step-by-step through each protein-rich vegan food group, providing you with valuable information on how to prepare the ingredient along with more than one hundred delicious and easy recipes (many of them low-fat, soy free, and gluten-free!). Each recipe included within this cookbook uses whole food ingredients that can be easily found at most grocery stores or farmer's markets-no hard-to-find ingredients or things you can't pronounce. Say yes to protein and eating better with The Great Vegan Protein Book!
More than 175 quick, wholesome, nutritious, and delicious recipes to be enjoyed by vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.
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