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A vegan feast that celebrates plant-based creativity in the kitchen, this book combines science and innovative methods to create dishes and flavours that aren't the norm for vegan food. Across 7 chapters, including big plates, small plates, salads, sweets, dressings and cocktails, Smith and Daughters: A Cookbook offers 80+ delicious vegan recipes to recreate at home. From `chorizo' and potato, Spanish `meatballs' in a saffron almond sauce, chipotle cashew `cheese', `tuna' and green pea croquettes to Spanish doughnuts, the recipes give new inventive life to classics that will appeal to meat and vegetarian eaters alike.
Raw food is a naturally vegan lifestyle choice - a way of eating to fill your body with health, radiance and energy. Importantly, it does not have to mean 'cold' and it does not have to be 100%. This fab new cookbook demystifies raw food and tells you everything you need to know, from the many benefits to the key ingredients, tools and techniques, before providing plenty of delicious recipes for staple foods, breakfasts, juices and smoothies, salads, snacks, mains, soups and sweet treats. From your own nut milks and cheeses to Courgette Spaghetti with Walnut Pesto or Red Berry Cheesecake, you'll wonder why it took you so long to go raw!
With at least 30 percent of Americans suffering from gluten sensitivity and the huge interest in vegan and vegetarian lifestyles, the demand for hearty recipes that are free from wheat, gluten, meat, and dairy products has never been greater. Susan O'Brien is back with the sequel to her popular Gluten-Free Vegan--this time featuring quick and easy versions of everyone's favorite comfort food recipes complemented by helpful tips to make your dishes fantastic. Recipes include Pumpkin and Pecan Waffles with Pumpkin Maple Butter, "Mac and Cheese," Stuffed Bell Peppers, Baked Bean Casserole, Molasses Cookies, Key Lime Pie, and Berry Rice Pudding.
With more than 20 years' experience in plant based cooking, Rita Serano shows how cooking vegan doesn't have to be complicated. She offers nourishing and delicious recipes with not a single fake overprocessed vegan burger in sight. Plus, all her recipes are low-fat and free from refined sugars. Each recipe is made using only 7 ingredients (plus the essentials of oil, salt and pepper). With chapters broken into Start, Fast, Fresh, Nourishing, Gather, Sweets and Basics, including recipes for nut milk and vegetable broth if you want to take it a step further, Rita eschews obscure ingredients in favour of natural, seasonal and organic produce. So ditch pre-made processed products and cook healthy vegan food at home.
Whether you are strictly vegetarian, trying to eat less meat or just searching for enticing vegetable dishes, this little book has 70 perfectly crafted recipes for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Included are tips for choosing herbs and cooking with legumes, handy basic recipes for sauces, salsas and vegetable sides, and step-by-step recipes for making nut milks, labne and tofu.
In this enlightening cookbook, chef Jennifer Brule brings southern-style food together with plant-based approaches to eating. Her down-to-earth style and 105 recipes will immediately appeal to vegetarians, vegans, and meat-eaters alike. These dishes are also a boon for those who simply love southern food and want to learn more about options for flexitarian eating. Brule deliciously demystifies meat substitutes and flavors up familiar vegetables. Imagine vegetarian barbecue: Brule's recipe for spicing, saucing, and oven-roasting jackfruit offers a robustly tasty alternative to pulled pork. Tofu is the perfect base for crispy Southern Fried Buttermilk Nuggets, and cauliflower beautifully fills in for shrimp in a Cajun-inspired etouffee. Brule also highlights just how many traditional southern dishes are in fact vegetarian, and they're gathered together for you in this gorgeously illustrated book. Beloved foods like tomato pie, pimento cheese, grits casserole, and more will encourage you to skip the meat without a second thought. With step-by-step instructions and notes on how to easily find new ingredients, The New Vegetarian South gathers a feast for everyone.
Mock meats have progressed way beyond basic seitan, and reducing your meat consumption is easier than ever before with these realistic alternatives. With a handy guide to ingredients, cooking methods, and the basic flavor profiles behind what makes "meat" so tasty, this book is for meat lovers who still want an option that mimics the real thing, and vegetarians who don't want all the additives you get with processed, store- bought mock meats. From meat loaf to sausages, from pate to jerky, Robin Asbell has a plant- based answer for midweek suppers, weekend brunches, and holiday showstoppers. Recipes include: * Thai Meatballs in Red Curry * Smoky King Trumpet Mushroom Bacon * Cauliflower Buffalo Wings * Jackfruit Pulled Pork and Barbecue Sauce * Turkey Roll with Stuffing
Aaron Ash has a passion for promoting personal and spiritual vitality. He combines science and philosophy in his menu creations, all of which are organic, vegan and raw. Now he has created the 'Gorilla Food' recipe book so foodies can make his delicious vegan meals at home.
Simple, healthful and vegetarian, shojin ryori originated from Japanese Zen temples and is beloved today for its exquisite flavours, creativity and regard for ingredient, provenance and beauty. Following the success of his previous book, Shojin Ryori: The Art of Japanese Vegetarian Cuisine, chef Danny Chu of Enso Kitchen demonstrates once again the versatility and sophistication of the cuisine. With clearly written step-by-step instructions and insightful cooking tips, he brings the bounties of each season to the home kitchen and shows how satisfying, everyday meals can be made with ease, elegance and pleasure.
Radiating bohemian summer glamour, Veggie Very Much is the culmination of Mirjam Leslie-Pringle's mission to bring easy vegetarian cooking to a time-poor (and possibly sunlight deprived) urban population. Shot entirely on location at the Mirjiam's home in Ibiza, she has created nearly 100 beautiful recipes using the island's luscious fruit and vegetables. Ideas for healthy and filling dishes move through the day, from nectarines with Greek yoghurt for breakfast to delicious homemade pizzas for supper, with plenty of family and friends to enjoy them.
Bianca and Sascha, bloggers and foodie couple, believe that any reason to adopt a vegan lifestyle is a great reason, and your decision to stop eating animal products will be one of the best of your life. Have your cake and veganize it too! Vegans still love breakfast sandwiches. And popcorn chicken. And mac and cheese. And all the other comforting, delicious foods we grew up with. Don't worry, having these cravings is completely normal and part of every vegan's life. Cravings Made Vegan offers plant-based resources and guides for every meat eater, cheese lover, and milk drinker followed by a unique collection of fifty detailed recipes to create surprisingly delicious alternatives for all those non-vegan dishes you still hold dear. Recipes include melted cheese sandwiches, hearty sausages, baked almond feta, and a steaming hot chocolate fudge pudding that will make you forget about your pre-vegan life. Bianca and Sascha offer easy vegan swapping alternatives for all your favorite meat and dairy products and answers to every vegan's most-asked questions: how to make food taste and look like it has eggs in it, how to make tofu not boring, and how to satisfy that bacon craving.
The Fully Raw Diet offers a 21-day plan to help people enjoy a clean, plant-based, healthful approach to eating. Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram transformed her own health by eating vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds. 100% fresh, raw, and ripe and she is now the vivacious, uber-healthy founder of the FullyRaw brand. Her ten-year success with this lifestyle inspires thousands via social media, and her 21-day FullyRaw Video Challenge on YouTube in 2014 dramatically grew her fan base. This book shares her advice and will correspond to a new video challenge, with meal and exercise tips, recipes, and vivid photos. Fans will love the smoothies, salads, main dishes, and desserts, such as Lemon-Ginger Blast, Spicy Mango Basil Salad, Yellow Squash Fettuccine Alfredo, Melon Pops, and Caramel-Apple Cups.
When he realised he had a meat addiction, award winning food writer Richard Cornish went vegetarian for a year. What he didn't realise were the changes that he would have to make to his life. He had to learn to cook from scratch, shop, plan meals and take time to understand the basics of nutrition. What he didn't realise were the positive changes vegetarianism would make to his weight, blood pressure, cholesterol and even his lifelong hayfever. My Year Without Meat is as humourous as it is dark, with the author shining the light on the ethics that surround our food production. A personal journey with many surprising twists and entertaining detours, it will make you change the way you look at your supermarket trolley and prepare the evening meal. With the added bonus of delicious recipes, this is a book for anyone with an interest in where their food comes from.
It seems that every day a new super food or gadget promises to be the key to making healthy eating a reality. Ditch the trends and get back to basics with this comprehensive guide to cooking with simple, whole ingredients that don't require sacrificing flavour or satisfaction - including the often taboo category of dessert. Here are over 100 inspiring recipes that make real foods - from greens and grains to chocolate and cream - sing, with methods and combinations perfect for whipping up on a weekday night, leisurely preparing on weekends with plenty of leftovers, or impressing guests with at a dinner party. From energising the day with a Green Pow Wow Smoothie, munching on Luxury Granola at the office or on your sofa, savoring a crisp bite of Charred Broccoli with Poached and Crispy Miso Sweet Potatoes, or indulging in a slice of Pan di Spagna, this refreshing approach to health proves that eating clean enough is the key to satisfaction at every meal.
Discover 60 diverse and exciting ways with the mighty but humble cauliflower, from fresh and rustic to elegant and richly spiced, is there anything this wonder-vegetable can't do? It's the unassuming ingredient that has become a force to be reckoned with. Whether roasted, smashed, whipped, pickled or braised, each cooking method gives it a new dimension of flavour, and these 60 recipes show off the myriad ways cauliflower can be enjoyed. A master of disguise, it can be a great undetected base and substitute for less nutritious carbs, or it can take on other flavours and quite easily star as the main event itself. As well as being utterly delicious, cauliflower is also a super-healthy ingredient - a good source of fibre, omega-3s, B vitamins and minerals. Try Crispy Cauliflower Katsu Curry, Whole Roasted Lemon and Oregano Cauli with Pittas and Yogurt Dressing, Umami Cauli Steaks, Quick Cauli Saffron Pilaf, Freeform Cauliflower Tart, Smokey Cauli Arancini or even Deepest Darkest Caramel Brownies!
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