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Praise for jae steele's Get It Ripe:
"This book is less a cookbook than an all-in-one guide to healthy vegan living, for which steele's holistic-nutritionist training is put to good use."--VegNews
Get It Ripe, jae steele's 2008 cookbook, established her as a credible and charismatic authority on veganism; her holistic nutritionist background and sassy cowpunk sensibility encouraged countless others to "get it ripe." Her new cookbook underscores the importance of local, sustainable eating and living by helping readers deepen their understanding of organic and local foods and their positive impact on our health and our planet.
The book includes chapters on the concept of local food and why it's important; finding a balance between various food issues, personal priorities and values; and the benefits of the local food movement that go beyond reducing our carbon footprint. It also helps readers become more informed about where their food comes from, no matter where they live, whether their source is the farmer's market or the grocery store down the street.
The book's 180 recipes, which encourage the use of fresh, organic ingredients wherever possible (as well as potential alternatives depending on where you live), include Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins, Pear Parsnip Soup, Asparagus and Spring Onion Quiche, Mushroom Asparagus Risotto, and Butternut Chipotle Chocolate Cake.
Both thought-provoking and delectable, steele's new cookbook makes any time the "ripe" time to go vegan.
jae steele is a holistic nutritionist who runs the popular blog Domestic Affair. She lives in Toronto.
Are you under the impression that vegetarians cant have fast food? On the contrary! This exciting new cookbook offers more than 80 quick and easy veggie recipes from Manchego quesadillas and TexMex burgers to tomato-cinnamon fries and No Tuna Sandwich. This is the book of vegetarian food for those in a hurry, and the handy vegan traffic light indicators red for vegetarian; yellow for vegan adaptation and green for vegan make it easy to find vegan options just as quickly.
This vibrant collection of 180 meat-free meals provides a fabulous range of salad ideas that will be enjoyed by vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. Bursting with delicious ideas for creating fresh, healthy and tasty salads all year round.
Simply in Season serves up more than three hundred recipes organized by season, along with a popular and expanded fruit and vegetable guide. This 10th anniversary edition transforms a beloved cookbook with recipes and stories linking food and faith into a visual masterpiece with colorful photographs to help cooks--novice to seasoned--learn how to prepare local and seasonal produce.
Part of the World Community Cookbook series published in cooperation with Mennonite Central Committee. Proceeds help support this worldwide ministry of relief, development, and peace. Royalties from the sale of these books go to nourish people around the world.
What's new in the 10th anniversary edition:
Colorful photographs of seasonal dishes
Expanded fruit and vegetable guide with storage, preparation, and serving suggestions
Labels on gluten-free and vegetarian recipes
Seasonal menus to guide meal planning
Though the word vegetarianism was not coined until the mid-nineteenth century, the vegetarian diet has been around as long as man has. Vegetarians have included in their number: heretics, humanists, Hindus, Christian fundamentalists, radicals, agnostics, philosophers, founders of religion and even an Emperor. Not surprisingly vegetarians have often been discriminated against sometimes tortured, even killed for their beliefs. So the history of vegetarianism is also a history of dissidence and revolt. Colin Spencers comprehensive book, reissued in paperback for the first time in fifteen years explores the psychology of abstention from flesh and attempts to discover why omnivorous humans at times voluntarily abstain from an available food. The result is a thorough work of scholarship, entertaining in places, horrifying in others. The breadth of Spencers research is quite outstanding and makes for a truly erudite read. He begins in pre-history and ends in the present day. Colin Spencer is one of the countrys leading food historians but his prolific output has not been limited to this field alone. He has written nine novels, a dozen cookery books, has had six plays produced, as well as writing for television and film and was food columnist for The Guardian for thirteen years. He has also written two other Grub Street titles: British Food (9781908117038) and From Microliths to Microwaves (9781908117007).
A Beautiful Mess is one of the most popular DIY style blogs in the world, with more than 1 million readers. Co-creators (and sisters) Emma Chapman and Elsie Larson share their unique and approachable diet with fans and healthy eaters in this, their first cookbook. Their philosophy involves eating responsibly during the week-avoiding refined flours, sugars, alcohol, and dairy-and indulging on weekends. Vetted by nutritionists and divided into four parts (breakfast, meals, snacks and sweets, and drinks), each containing a weekday and weekend chapter. Featuring an attractive textured case vibrant photographs, this one-of-a-kind book makes a special gift for yourself or a friend looking for a lifestyle change-or simply more healthy and delicious go-to recipes!
In "Dr. Neal Barnard's Get Healthy, Go Vegan Cookbook," the country's leading diabetes team weighs in on America's hottest dietary trend. The cookbook is based on a landmark two-year study conducted by Dr. Barnard, which showed that a vegan diet more effectively controls type 2 diabetes. In fact, it's also beneficial for weight loss, the reversal of heart disease, and the improvement of many other conditions. Dr. Barnard and nutritionist Robyn Webb now offer easy, delicious meals to improve your health.
Featuring 125 flavorful recipes, readers will find all-occasion dishes that use familiar ingredients and require minimal effort. All recipes are free of animal products, low in fat, and contain a low-to-moderate glycemic index.
Barnard and Webb explain how diet changes can have such dramatic health effects and provide simple ways to get started. With convenient menus, scientifically proven advice, and inspiring stories from real people who have used Barnard's recommendations to turn their health around, there's no better cookbook to help you eat well and feel great.
In GREEN, bestselling cookery author Elly Pear shows you how to easily vary veggie and vegan dishes to suit your fancy, with ingenious options to make a meal speedy and simple or a bit more special. For those wanting to eat more plant-focused meals, GREEN offers over 100 easy recipes developed for either weekdays or weekends, so you're covered for all days and occasions. The weekday recipes target speed and ease, and the weekend recipes are for when you have a bit more time and fancy something a bit special. Weekday offerings include freezable food, no-fuss traybakes and one-pot dishes for when you can't face washing up or hands-on cooking. A meal prep section will have you sorted for the week ahead. Plus a whole load of meals you can make in 20 minutes for those nights you need great food fast. A whole host of weekend recipes offer sumptuous brunches and seasonal suppers for family and friends. Tuck into: Harissa chickpeas with za'atar, and baked feta OR with gremolata on toast Peanut spicy slaw wraps Stir fried kimchi grains with fried egg Whipped feta on toast with roasted tomatoes, basil and savoury granola Rarebit baked baby potatoes with watercress Vegan BLAT sandwich with umami mayo Jalapeno brine French toast crumpets Whether you are already vegetarian or vegan, or just want to eat a bit less meat, GREEN serves up tasty, flexible fare, all of which is meat-free, and half is vegan.
50 decadent and delicious dairy-free recipes that everyone will want to indulge in. If you're vegan or simply looking to go dairy-free, enjoying the creamy simple pleasure of a cone or dish of ice cream can be a challenge - not to mention longing for the stretch and ooey, gooey goodness of cheese. These completely vegan but completely delicious recipes will have you enjoying some luscious cheese and ice cream with a minimum of effort but a lot of flavour. All the recipes contain natural and organic ingredients, making them healthy and surprisingly easy to prepare. With just some organization and preparation, you'll be creating sorbets, ice cream, ice pops and frozen desserts along with tasty artisan cheeses in the warmth and comfort of your kitchen. You'll create interesting textures and flavours that come very close to dairy-based cheeses and ice cream and are so delicious that you won't even miss milk. Great classic cheese recipes like Cashew-Soy Ricotta, Parmesan and Spicy Gouda are interpreted vegan style, and there are also fermented and homemade cheese specialities like Cheese with Figs and Walnuts or Vegan Fondue with White Wine. Sorbets and ice cream recipes include Coconut-Mint Stracciatella, Mango-Melon Sorbet with Lemon Zest, Pistachio Ice Cream, Cucumber-Mojito Paletas, Smoothie Ice Pops, Apple-Cinnamon Granita, Ice Cream Sandwiches and Chocolate Praline Cones. Full colour throughout, with over 60 photos plus easy-to-follow instructions and techniques makes this the perfect cookbook for established vegans or for someone who is simply looking to embrace a dairy-free lifestyle.
For exciting vegetarian recipe ideas, try Good Food: Veggie Dishes. Divided into Soups, Salads and Snacks; Light Meals; Pasta, Rice and Noodles; Main Courses; Dairy-free Dishes and Desserts, you're guaranteed to find a tasty vegetarian recipe for every occasion. Whether you choose Lemon Butter Gnocchi, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Potato and Blue Cheese Gratin or Banana Muesli Toffee Crunch, every recipe has been tried and tested by the Good Food team to ensure fantastic results, every time you cook. Taken from BBC Good Food Magazine, Britain's top cookery title, the recipes are all short and simple with easy-to-follow steps, using readily available ingredients and are accompanied by a full-colour photograph of the finished dish. This edition is revised and updated with brand new recipes and a fresh new look.
This book offers uncomplicated recipes for delicious desserts, pies, and cookies and shows how chocolate can be used in a multitude of dishes.
Registered holistic nutritionist Steele puts the emphasis on holistic living and whole food, presenting 200 uncomplicated yet delicious animal-free recipes, and advice and information on various aspects of holistic vegan living including cleansing and detox programs, yoga and meditation, ethical consumerism, and the connections among mind, body, and spirit.
Imagine desserts that are guilt-free, snacks that make your skin glow and mains that give you nutrient-rich satisfaction and aid weight loss. Your mood improves, you have enhanced concentration, productive sleep, better digestion and a reduced risk of heart disease. Intrigued? Meet Maz Valcorza, raw vegan convert and mastermind behind the gorgeous (and most importantly accessible) raw vegan book The Naked Vegan.As the owner and driving force behind Sydney's first organic, raw vegan, raw food and wholefoods cafe Sadhana Kitchen, Maz has compiled over 140 tasty raw vegan recipes, covering breakfast, juices, smoothies, breads, salad, ferments, mains, condiments, snacks, mylks, tonics and even desserts to help bring raw food to the everyday home. Leaving no stone unturned, Maz has also included showstoppers for entertaining alongside her everyday staples to help make the transition to incorporate raw food into your diet as easy as possible. With stunning photography, delicious dishes, and a wealth of information on the benefits they offer your body, these recipes are so tasty that you will want to make them again and again. Look forward to starting your day with Corn & zucchini fritters with chilli jam and sour cream and a Pina colada zinger juice, munch on a Mexican fiesta salad with a side of Cheezy pea and cauliflower croquettes for lunch, snack on Zucchini crackers and decide whether to feast on a dinner of Hawaiian & smoky BBQ pizzas, Lasagne with a side of Garlic and herb bread or Mushroom, spinach and caramelised onion quiche. Lastly, top the day off with Chocolate lava cakes with strawberry coulis centre and white chocolate frosting. There are even elixir and tonics to give you that extra boost when you're feeling run down or surrounded by people with a nasty bug.The Naked Vegan allows you to embrace the latest in nutrition and feel the powerful benefits of eating raw food without sacrificing on flavour.
In her third cookbook, Burton turns her attention to celebratory food--imaginative, colorful, and delectable vegan fare perfect for all kinds of events. Many of the recipes are kid-friendly, and all are appropriate for everyday meals as well. The book includes 125 recipes and 16 full-color photographs, as well as meal plans and cooking notes.
At The Ravens, dinner is more than just a meal. It's a feast for your spirit. Located on the Mendocino coast at the only vegan resort in the United States, The Ravens Restaurant at the Stanford Inn by the Sea embodies a mindful, compassionate, and sustainable dining experience in an enchanting and unforgettable setting. Now in Dining at The Ravens, Jeff and Joan Stanford, the Inn and restaurant founders, bring the Ravens culinary experience into your home. Teeming with beautiful photographs, Dining at The Ravens features more than 150 delicious vegan recipes and shares the charming history of the Inn and restaurant, cooking tips for perfect recipe execution, and even inspiration for creating your own garden. Discover one of the restaurant's most popular breakfast dishes, Citrus Polenta with Braised Garden Greens and a Creamy Toasted Cashew Sauce, and many others, such as: Ravens Sea Palm Strudel Indian-Spiced Polenta Napoleon Mushroom Pesto and Sun-Dried Tomato Burger Ravens Spicy Peanut Curry Sea Palm Sweet Summer Corn Bisque Peach Huckleberry Cobbler Pull up a seat and find out why vegans and non-vegans alike flock to The Ravens for an extraordinary dining experience.
Meet a nine-year old boy named Ari, who lives in Israel on a Moshav in the Negev Desert. Every spring and autumn an exciting event occurs where a world famous migration of 500 million birds of 200 different species fly over. Through watching these birds, Ari decides to become a vegetarian. Here is a whimsical and touching tale of his effort to "own his own stomach" while facing the moral and social challenges that occur within his family and community. Kids learn that people who have differences can love each other even when they don't understand each other.
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