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In 30-Minute Vegetarian Swedish chef and food blogger Ylva Bergqvist explores the virtues of living and eating green. The concept is simple, ease your way into a mostly or full vegetable-forward diet by cooking dishes that are quick to prepare and impossible to resist.
Half of the recipes in the book are completely vegan, the other half are vegetarian (primarily including dairy and egg products) with tips on how to swap ingredients for a vegan diet. Also included are basic recipes for making pantry and fridge basics, like paneer, kimchi and falafel to use as building blocks for other recipes.
The dishes are inspired by cuisines from around the world, including Italy, Asia, the Middle East and Mexico. Indulge in Pasta with Carrot Sauce and Buttery Hazelnuts or Cauliflower Soup with Curry-fried Apples and Seeds or whip up Shakshuka with Kidney Beans and Tahini or Portobello Burgers with Truffle Bean Cream for speedy weeknight supper.
With the help of this book you'll be getting a satisfying, vegetable-forward dinner the table in half an hour or less.
The #1 New York Times bestseller answers: What if one simple change could save you from heart disease, diabetes, and cancer? For decades, that question has fascinated a small circle of impassioned doctors and researchers--and now, their life-changing research is making headlines in the hit documentary Forks Over Knives. Their answer? Eat a whole-foods, plant-based diet--it could save your life. It may overturn most of the diet advice you've heard--but the experts behind Forks Over Knives aren't afraid to make waves. In his book Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn explained that eating meat, dairy, and oils injures the lining of our blood vessels, causing heart disease, heart attack, or stroke. In The China Study, Dr. Colin Campbell revealed how cancer and other diseases skyrocket when eating meat and dairy is the norm--and plummet when a traditional plant-based diet persists. And more and more experts are adding their voices to the cause: There is nothing else you can do for your health that can match the benefits of a plant-based diet. Now, as Forks Over Knives is introducing more people than ever before to the plant-based way to health, this accessible guide provides the information you need to adopt and maintain a plant-based diet. Features include: Insights from the luminaries behind the film--Dr. Neal Barnard, Dr. John McDougall, The Engine 2 Diet author Rip Esselstyn, and many others Success stories from converts to plant-based eating--like San'Dera Prude, who no longer needs to medicate her diabetes, has lost weight, and feels great! The many benefits of a whole-foods, plant-based diet--for you, for animals and the environment, and for our future A helpful primer on crafting a healthy diet rich in unprocessed fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains, including tips on transitioning and essential kitchen tools 125 recipes from 25 champions of plant-based dining--from Blueberry Oat Breakfast Muffins and Sunny Orange Yam Bisque to Garlic Rosemary Polenta and Raspberry-Pear Crisp--delicious, healthy, and for every meal, every day.
"It's Moosewood's world. We're just eating in it." --Christine Muhlke, The New York Times The creators of America's beloved natural foods restaurant, Moosewood, are back with The Moosewood Restaurant Table, a cookbook featuring more than 250 never-before-published recipes that's a perfect gift for foodies and gourmets who want to enjoy delicious and healthy meals. With the restaurant now in its fifth decade, the Moosewood chefs continue to remain faithful to the farm-to-table philosophy that has governed the restaurant since its founding, while also keeping an eye on today's gastro-trends. As they say "We've gotten to know our customers and readers pretty well... their curiosity and culinary IQ have grown exponentially...We've been on some adventures developing this book..." Indeed, they have, working with some less common fruits and vegetables that you might find in your CSA, like Romanesco broccoli and watermelon radishes. They've begun cooking with a wider variety of grains like freekeh and millet. All this experimentation has led them to some great new recipes: Two Potato Tomato Curry Cashew-Crusted Chickpea Burgers Cuban Picadillo with Tofu Pot Pies for Autumn Winter and Spring Butternut Latkes Jamaican Jerk Tempeh Patties and plenty more. Of course, a Moosewood cookbook wouldn't be complete without desserts like Turkish Coffee Brownies, Orange Pistachio Cornmeal Cake or Cherry Tomato Upside Down Cake to mention just a few. Including a healthy number of both vegan and gluten-free recipes, The Moosewood Restaurant Table is the next classic from the restaurant that revolutionized natural eating in the US.
Nutrition experts Brenda Davis and Vesanto Melina provide the essential information needed to safely embrace a new dietary lifestyle as they did for vegetarians/vegans in The New Becoming Vegetarian and Becoming Vegan. Here is the first authoritative look at the science behind raw foods.
People use raw food to lose weight, fight chronic health problems, and/or benefit from the high level of nutrients found in uncooked or sprouted foods.
The authors offer science-based answers to tough questions about raw foods and raw diets, furnish nutrition guidelines and practical information, and show how to construct a raw diet that meets recommended nutrient intakes simply and easily. A section of over forty-five recipes provides dishes for any time of day and every occasion.
Food historian Rynn Berry fills readers in on the history of raw diets. Also includes a section on what foods and equipment are needed to get started and what raw food preparation basics are good to master.
Veganism has recently moved from fad to mainstream, and in the last year many more men have realised that it is possible to carry on enjoying the food they love to eat on a vegan diet. The surge in popularity is a national phenomenon, with plant-based food festivals and businesses booming from Bristol to Inverness, restaurants featuring new vegan menus, and the huge success of Veganuary, with 168,000 people signing up in January 2018. The vegan demographic has also changed, with many more young people deciding that they no longer want to eat or use any kind of animal product, and showbiz magazines and websites and full of lists of vegan celebrities and sporting heroes arguing that it is possible to get enough protein and be happy in a world without meat. Focusing mainly on food, what to eat, what to avoid, and staying fit and well fed, this book is full of delicious recipes and cooking ideas for the modern vegan man. It also explains the wider vegan world, covering the ethical background and core principles of this growing global, multi-faceted movement. Each aspect of living a happy and healthy vegan life is explored, what the arguments are, what benefits vegan lifestyles have on the natural world, and how to avoid ingesting or exploiting any kind of animal product - from what you wear, drive or ride, to cleaning products, toiletries and sports equipment. Most importantly, the book is packed with recipes men will love to cook, creating fabulously tasty and tempting dishes that avoid all animal products without losing anything on flavour, zest and satisfaction. Learn how to make nutrition-packed breakfasts, amazing main courses, and satisfying sweet treats, using an impressive variety of vegetables, fruits, nuts, oils and pulses. Adding a more male perspective to what has in recent years been a female dominated movement, this book is aimed at all those interested in living vegan, whether experimenting, switching or committing.
This cookbook is a celebration of shared homes and their most iconic dishes - the food designed to feed the crowd, without breaking the bank or spending hours in the kitchen. It is a book about community, warmth, love and the unique connection of a nurturing home, where shared meals are central to the environment. Plus, without getting preachy or "clean 'n green eating" about it, all the recipes in the book are vegetarian and vegan. The eight chapters are captured in different share houses throughout the inner, sunshiny, suburbs of Brisbane, Australia. Each chapter has a distinct theme, as dictated by the culinary skills of those living in the featured house: A breakfast spread menu; Hungover brunch; A leisurely long lunch; Eat it with your hands; Mexican-inspired feast; A Mediterranean dinner party; Pasta night; and Comfort food spread. Through its clean and bright photography - all taken by Clare's own friends and roommates - The Shared Table is simultaneously luxe and sincere. It's a warm and inviting cookbook that every share house needs on their communal bookshelf.
This title features 180 delicious recipes for healthy soups, salads, main courses and desserts, shown in over 750 photographs. It features tempting soups, appetizers, snacks, salads, main courses, accompaniments and surprisingly delicious desserts and bakes. It includes virtually fat-free versions of classics such as vegetarian moussaka, pizza, frittata, curries and stews, as well as enticing new ideas such as Spiced Mango Soup with Yogurt; Garlicky Green Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette; Leek, Squash and Tomato Gratin; Tofu and Vegetable Thai Curry; and Summer Berry Crepes. It offers expert advice on healthy eating with guidelines for cutting out the fat while retaining all the taste, with low-fat and no-fat cooking techniques and tips throughout. Packed with a fantastic range of delicious yet healthy vegetarian recipes, this essential cookbook is perfect for today's health-conscious lifestyles. There are over 180 recipes for soups, appetizers and snacks, side dishes, salads, light lunches and main courses, as well as enticing low-fat or no-fat breads, cakes and desserts.Dishes include Vegetable Kebabs with Mustard and Honey, Fresh Ravioli with Pumpkin, Ratatouille Pancakes, Vegetable Moussaka, Balti Stir-fried Vegetables with Cashews, Tropical Coconut Sorbet, and Chocolate and Banana Brownies. The book is the perfect kitchen companion for everyone who cares about their health and diet.
The Vegetarian's Complete Quinoa Cookbook is the only book you need to incorporate quinoa into a your diet. Whether you're cooking with quinoa for the first time or looking to expand your repertoire, The Vegetarian's Complete Quinoa Cookbook has a detailed introduction on the grain and how to cook it, along with 120 light and delicious recipes for everything from stir-fries, stews and quick breads to puddings and cakes. While this book is a fantastic resource for vegetarians, you definitely don't have to be a vegetarian to love these recipes. Anyone looking for a way to round out their diet with exciting food will find clever ideas, helpful information and beautiful dishes in these pages. Written by professional home economists, these easy-to-follow recipes have been created with flavour and health in mind so they are guaranteed to satisfy all members of the family. 'The Vegetarian's Complete Quinoa Cookbook is an absolutely astonishing read, rich in colour and detail, and you do not have to be vegetarian to appreciate the mouth-watering dishes' Rita Demontis, lifestyle and food editor, Toronto Sun
When did cooking become so exhausting? Thanks to information overload and the pressure to impress, we stress over every recipe and every meal. Back to the Cutting Board helps you set aside all that tension and pretense and rediscover a pure, joyful passion for the art of cooking. Professional chef and Emmy Award-winning host of PBS's Christina Cooks, Christina Pirello, takes you on a journey to re-engage with the soul of food preparation, from the slice of the knife to the aroma of steam rising from a perfectly roasted winter squash. With simple, delicious recipes and sage advice on streamlining your kitchen and your cooking, Christina empowers you to create personal wellness by nourishing your body, mind, and spirit. Through more than 100 enriching plant-based recipes that pair the freshest ingredients with cooking techniques meant to optimize their natural, native flavors, Christina reintroduces you to the creative potential of food and transforms the kitchen from into a nurturing sanctuary. Inside, discover wonderful and nourishing dishes, including: Cranberry-Pecan Bread Chickpea Farro Soup Sweet Root Vegetable Stew Pasta with Broccoli-Pine Nut Pesto Stir-Fried Cauliflower & Mustard Greens in Lemon-Sesame Sauce Black Bean Burgers Cocoa Madeleines Orange-Scented Steamed Pudding In this modern world, with far too much ego at play when it comes to something as simple and beneficial as cooking great food, Christina Pirello invites you to take a step back and truly enjoy every step of the process. Finding the joy in cooking has never been more simple!
Robin Robertson has built a publishing record of successful books in the vegetarian/vegan category. Her earlier cookbook, Fresh from the Vegetarian Slow-Cooker, established her bona fides as an expert on the creative use of slow-cookers, and her entire body of work speaks to her ingenuity in the kitchen and the breadth of enticing ingredients and flavors with which she works. Fresh from the Vegan Slow-Cooker provides practical guidence on how to work with different models of slow-cookers, taking into account the sizes of various machines, the variety of settings they offer, and the quirks and personalities of each device. She addresses any lingering skepticism readers may have about whether slow-cookers can have delicious, meat-free applications, and she shows how to take into account the water content of vegetables and the absorptive qualities of grains when vegan slow-cooking. Fresh from the Vegan Slow-Cooker includes eleven recipe chapters, four of which focus on main courses. There are homey and comforting foods in the American and European style, such as a Rustic Pot Pie Topped with Chive Biscuits and a Ziti with Mushroom and Bell Pepper Ragu, and there are lots of East Asian, South and Southeast Asian, and Mexican/Latin dishes, too. Beans, which cook slowly under any circumstance, are fabulously well-suited to the slow cooker, and Robertson includes such appealing recipes as a Crockery Cassoulet and a Greek-Style Beans with Tomatoes and Spinach. Eighteen robust chilis and stews - two more categories that do well in the slow-cooker - include a warming Chipotle Black Bean Chili with Winter Squash and a surprising but yummy Seitan Stroganoff. Beyond the mains, there are chapters devoted to snacks and appetizers, desserts, breads and breakfasts, and even one on drinks. The many soy-free and gluten-free recipes are clearly identified. Altogether, the collection offers readers loads of ways to expand their vegan repertoire and to get maximum value from their investment in a slow-cooker.
Top New York chef and restaurateur Matthew Kenney and his partner, Sarma Melngailis, had been thinking of opening a Moroccan restaurant. But one night they were invited to a raw food restaurant -- and it changed their lives. They instead opened Pure Food and Wine, a restaurant devoted to creative, tasty raw food, and it has been drawing rave reviews. Dishes such as Zucchini and Green Zebra Tomato Lasagne, Golden Squash Pasta with Black Summer Truffles, and Dark Chocolate Ganache Tart with Vanilla Cream have given raw food a sexy new appeal. The decision to go raw was shocking at first for these two ex-carnivorous chefs, but they soon found that preparing and eating raw food made them and their guests feel their physical best. Melngailis noticed a difference almost immediately -- "Light, clean, natural, and alive foods make you feel light, clean, and more alive. And sexy." This new way of life has changed their outlook on eating and cooking and connects them to the world around them. As Kenney says, "Raw foods and the lifestyle associated with it are so compelling and complex that we will be forever learning and growing. Already it seems that we have discovered some of the magic that life offers." In this lushly photographed book, Kenney and Melngailis share some of that magic -- and show that preparing and eating raw does not mean bland, unsatisfying, or impossibly time-consuming meals. Using dehydrating, Vita-Mix blending, a nuanced understanding of spices, and unprecedented creativity, they explore a whole new outlook on raw food that transfers beautifully and easily from their kitchen to yours -- no matter what your present diet. And you'll immediately begin to reap the benefits of healthful, delicious, life-giving raw food.
Plant-based cooking is a nutritional avenue that allows you to fully appreciate food in its most uncultivated and whole form!
Simply put, your new path to cooking will center on vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds, spices, grains, beans, and cold-pressed oils. The list of possibilities is vast! Let The Complete Plant-Based Cookbook aid you in concocting distinctive and enticing recipes, allowing you to live a more healthy and colorful life.
Inside, you will find mouth-watering recipes, from Turmeric Roasted Potatoes and Asparagus or a Thai Zucchini Noodle Bowl to a fresh Walnut and Pear Salad with a homemade Lemon Poppy Seed Dressing.
Yogic cooking is nutritious, easy to digest and free of toxins, allowing you to improve your health, keep your body strong and facilitate spiritual revolution. The aim of yoga is to cultivate a physical, mental and psychic balance so that higher states of being can be experienced. This can be achieved through a balanced vegetarian diet that includes all the essential vitamins and minerals. With 56 delicious and easy-to-follow recipes, this book introduces the principles and practice of yogic cooking. There is an overview of the philosophy behind this traditionally vegetarian cuisine as well as dietary recommendations and guidelines. The recipes are perfect for all occasions, with appetisers, mains and desserts as well as sauces, soups and beverages. Recipes include courgette and potato mousaka, cauliflower pakora, dum aloo and warming Indian Chai tea. This cookbook will be an essential addition to the shelves of yoga students and teachers, practitioners of ayurvedic medicine, vegetarians or anyone interested in a vegetarian diet or the ayurvedic approach to life.
Italian food is diverse, full of variety and above all designed for enjoyment. But it is also traditionally rich in products of animal origin. Veganissimo translates all the Italian classics into vegan alternatives. You will discover many easy recipes to make, with simple ingredients, some with gluten-free alternatives. Learn how to make Italian vegan cheese, and fresh pasta without eggs. There are recipes for Antipasti: arancini, pizza-style muffins, artichoke cream with hazelnuts, olive spread, and bruschetta. You will learn how to make tofu ragu, aubergine crumble, tempeh marengo, creamy polenta with mushrooms, seitan osso bucco, and polpetti. Produce home-made egg-free pasta such as lasagne, lemon and almond spaghetti, carbonara, and conchiglioni. Create your own vegan versions of mozzarella, ricotta, and mascarpone. As well as all the wonderful Italian dolce: lemon tiramisu, ice cream, cantucci, pannacotta and amaretti.
Dairy goes vegan! The recipes in this book are all temptingly good. They are clear and simple and you are led through each process step-by-step. In the introduction to the book, which is beautifully illustrated with colour photographs throughout, you have all the information you need about the essential ingredients (and not just soya), kitchen utensils and the various fermentation starters that are available, how to make them yourself, which other ingredients are helpful and above all where you get them. You will find all sources listed. There are basic recipes, such as cashew cheese, on which other recipes then build and a whole range of vegan `milk classics' to make. Vegan cheese, yogurt, tofu, milk, cream and butter are surprisingly diverse and easy to prepare. The wealth of recipes spans the spectrum from tomato rosemary cheese made from almonds, fermented by Rejuvelac and herbal cream cheese from coconut cream, almond creme fraiche to chickpea tofu. There is even a recipe for cheese dip for nachos, and mac and cheese. In addition to the cheeses you will find plenty of spreads, butters with different flavours and full-bodied delicacies such as ricotta or mascarpone. And there are faster variants such as the `pizza cheese'. Finally there is a chapter covering vegan drinks such as almond milk, oat drink, quick nut milk with nutmeg and soy milk. So who needs to buy drinks in the supermarket when you can make them much healthier and cheaper yourself? You'll be surprised how little effort vegan products take to make at home. Once again proof that the vegan diet is quite versatile.
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