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This is more than a cookbook of Japanese cuisine. Malte Hartig is an expert in Japanese Kaseki cuisine. Today the term is used for a special style of a light multi-course menu consisting of 7-10 different courses in a Japanese restaurant. It is a particularly light meal that is strictly vegetarian in accordance with its origin from the Zen philosophy. Particular care is taken in the selection of ingredients and prepared in such a way that their own taste is emphasized. The recipes are accordingly simple, but excellent in combination and taste. The vegetables are prepared according to the seasons from the garden or weekly market, with few ingredients. This cookbook combines local vegetables and fruits, rice and other cereals with Japanese ingredients such as miso, soy sauce, sake, the sweet wine mirin or the soup stock dashi and prepared using Japanese cooking techniques, such as tempura, Japanese-style barbecue way. They are simple and light, nourish body and soul and open up a new perspective on cooking and how we deal with food. The accompanying text illuminates the cultural background of the recipes and tells entertaining stories from the land of the rising sun. When a philosopher and trained chef team up with a gardener and food photographer, you can expect something special.
This revised and updated edition of the best-selling cookbook Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker-now with a plant-based focus-offers 225 extremely convenient, delicious, and completely plant-based recipes for everyone's favorite cooking machine. In this inventive cookbook filled with enticing ingredients and flavors, veteran chef, cooking teacher, and acclaimed vegan cookbook author Robin Robertson shares her expertise on the creative use of slow cookers. Fresh from the Plant-Based Slow Cooker includes 17 new recipes throughout 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 many 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 Robin includes such appealing recipes as a Crockery Cassoulet and a Greek-Style Beans with Tomatoes and Spinach. Over 20 recipes for robust chilis and stews 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. Fresh from the Plant-Based Slow-Cooker also provides practical guidance 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. Robin 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 plant-based slow-cooking. Altogether, this new edition offers you an abundance of ways to expand your plant-based repertoire and to get maximum value from your investment in a slow cooker.
A cookbook to suit the whole family's differing wants and needs, The Flexible Family Cookbook is full of simple and delicious recipes to keep the whole family happy. Jo Pratt provides flexible adaptations for each recipe to account for allergies, intolerances and lifestyle choices. Traybakes and one-pot roasts make for easy and convenient timesavers, whilst scrumptious puds and simple bakes help get smaller hands involved in the cooking. Covering everything from gluten-free, nut-free, dairy-free cooking and veganism, to suggestions for flavour and spice adjustments for younger or fussier palettes, this book will be a lifesaver in the kitchen and a crowd-pleaser at the table. Over 75 recipes, each with flexible options, covering: Breakfast and Brunch Soups and Broths Snacks and Small Plates Main Meals Sides and Accompaniments Baking and Desserts Dietary Index
"What do you get when you mix a dash of mindfulness with a pinch of nature, a squeeze of seasons and a dollop of sustainability? The Mindful Kitchen, that's what." - FLOW magazine An environmental foodie on a holistic path, Heather Thomas is committed to creating change, encouraging a healthier relationship with nature and transforming the way we eat. Part practical, part meditative, The Mindful Kitchen introduces you to a delicious feast of simple, nature-related rituals and recipes, bound to make your time in the kitchen more positive, focused and mindful of the natural world around you. Offering over 100 seasonal recipes, this healthy vegetarian cookbook encourages you to think about the effects your eating habits have on nature, and teaches you how to put more love and thought into how and what you eat every day. A tasty beginner's guide to making more conscious food choices, bite-size philosophical notes, meaningful questions, joyful rituals and an abundant offering of vegetarian recipes are mindfully stirred together in this stunning new-wave recipe book. With flavoursome dishes to tempt the curious and empowering rituals to add inspiration and awareness to your cooking routine, this is a must have staple for every kitchen library. Ranging from a classic bubble and squeak, to a refreshing elderflower champagne, nourishing seasonal recipes include: Leek and Hazelnut Risotto Pumpkin Coconut Soup Preserved Pizza Zero Waste Veggie Stock Rhubarb and Lentil Curry Oatmeal Honey Bread Apple Cake Lasagne ... and many more! Introducing fresh takes on old favourites, and new dishes to tickle the taste buds, there's a recipe to help you connect with nature all year round. Enjoyed this book? You might also be interested in Silo: The Zero Waste Blueprint and Mindful Thoughts for Cooks...
"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!
Cutting out animal products has never been easier! From eco to ethical, there are plenty of sound reasons to eat less meat. It's possible to make positive changes to your diet without radically altering your lifestyle - and you can still eat tasty, nutritious food without feeling like you're missing out. This practical book is full of nutritional tips, lifestyle hacks and delicious meat-free recipes, so that you'll find it easy to take the first step and make a difference.
Welcome to a delicious world of vegan nibbles From the healthy to the decadent, from on-the-go breakfast ideas to after-dinner indulgences, this book has sweet bites and savoury treats to satisfy everyone. Try not to swoon as you whip up delights such as: tofu poke bowl matcha tea and lime pie jackfruit tacos apple pie milkshake pitta pizza chocolate chip cookie dough buffalo cauli wings Whether you have only a few minutes to prepare a quick morsel or you want to create something truly impressive to satisfy those cravings, these tasty recipes are all you need to keep your hunger pangs at bay.
Increasing numbers of people--including actress Drew Barrymore, pop star Moby, and actor Alec Baldwin--are embracing veganism, a lifestyle that entails avoiding all animal-based products and behaving ethically and conscientiously within our surroundings. In "The Vegan Sourcebook," long-time activist Joanne Stepaniak further explores and illuminates the principles and practical aspects of compassionate living.
Plants Only Kitchen offers an explosion of flavour, with more than 70 vegan recipes that work around your lifestyle. With symbols flagging whether recipes are high-protein, take less than 15 minutes, are gluten-free, one-pot or are suitable for meal prep, Plants Only Kitchen explains how best to make a vegan diet work for you. No fuss, no fancy ingredients - just fantastic food using plants, only. Gaz Oakley (aka @avantgardevegan) has amassed well over a million followers on social media with his exciting vegan dishes, which emphasize that a plant-based diet doesn't mean missing out on taste. In Plants Only Kitchen, Gaz's recipes are easier than ever before - following his step-by-step instructions, tips and advice, anyone can cook great vegan food.
There's more to being vegan than eating your greens... A plant-based diet is the foundation of a vegan lifestyle, but you can do so much more to incorporate a cruelty-free approach into everyday life. Vegan Life highlights the simple, achievable ways you can show kindness to animals - and to the environment - not just with your choice of food but with the household products, clothing and cosmetics you buy too. With tips on how to reliably spot vegan goods when shopping, DIY ideas for making your own organic cosmetic and cleaning products and, of course, essential recipes for delicious vegan food, this book makes it easy to live more ethically.
From the bestselling author of Vegan in 7. Rita Serano is a hugely popular food blogger known for her irresistible vegan recipes. A perfect companion for busy lives, Vegan for Good contains a range of multi-functional dishes to ensure vegan meals are easy to make every day. Whether it's cooking a hassle-free weeknight supper, preparing a quick work lunch for the day ahead or treating yourself to a relaxed weekend brunch, this book has it covered. Chapters are split into Weekends, Weekends, No Time At All and Sweet Celebrations, with recipes ranging from a warming Sweet Potato and Peanut Soup to a smooth Raspberry and Coconut Cheesecake to share with friends. Packed full of flavour, colour and style, Vegan for Good has something for everyone, whether you need to whip up a 10-minute meal or spend an hour or two on a Sunday prepping for the week ahead. With Rita's friendly guidance and delicious recipes, learn how to create easy, wholesome vegan masterpieces every day.
Being veggie is easier than you think, whether you want to take your first flexitarian steps or are cutting out meat and fish for ethical, environmental or health reasons. This easy-to-digest guide, packed with nutritional tips, food and drink guides and shopping know-how, will inspire you to enjoy all that's best about an ECO-FRIENDLY LIFESTYLE.
In a time when more and more people turn their eyes away from the meat counter and look at the vegetables on offer instead, the question of cooking for a young family raises its head. For many people this is a thorny issue, because what are you supposed to make when cooking vegetarian food for the whole family? Will everyone be satisfied and full enough? Will the children even taste it? This book contains 60 vegetarian recipes adapted for the family, divided into chapters based on the time it takes to cook them. There are recipes that take only 20 minutes on a stressful day after work, but also dishes for nights in the week when you might be able to spend a bit longer than half an hour on dinner. And recipes for the weekend that are a bit more demanding, but also a bit more luxurious. There are also recipes for finger food, good snacks, yummy desserts and lots of practical tips. This book is for anyone who is looking for vegetarian cooking inspiration. Whether the aim is for your family to do without meat now and then, or whether you already cook lots of veggie food but are bored with your old recipes. The Very Veggie Family Cookbook is a colourful, stylish, fun and large source of inspiration in your kitchen.
This is more than just another recipe book. It celebrates food and asks us to experience the magic of preparing it. It introduces us to the possibility of making cooking and eating an exquisite, meditative, occasion - an antidote to our fast food junk culture. Ultimately, our enjoyment of things depends on the quality of attention we give them. Cooking and eating are no exception. To help you do this, the 'Zenecdotes' accompanying the moody pictures in this book will put a Buddha smile on your face as you wait for the bread to rise...
More recipes with more veg for more joy.
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.
Tom Kerridge shows you how to be the boss in the kitchen and eat well every day, thanks to more than 100 brilliant recipes to give you and your family a fresh start.
What's for dinner tonight? Recycle that takeaway menu, step away from the microwave and make the most of the amazing British produce with some real home-cooked food from Tom's BBC TV series!
Tuck into a quick peanut chicken stir-fry or flavour-packed butternut squash and chickpea curry. At the weekend, Tom's Greek-style roast lamb makes the perfect family feast, and why not get the kids involved in the cooking too?
It's very easy to fall into the busy-life trap, especially when ready meals are so convenient. But Tom Kerridge has learnt from experience how important it is to take control over what you eat for the sake of your health and happiness. Now he wants to show you how easy it is to cook amazing meals at home, whether you're short on time or lack confidence in the kitchen.
Tom Kerridge's Fresh Start is not a diet book, but it is about taking control. If you cook from scratch, you know exactly what is going into your food and can take responsibility for everything that you and your family eat. And with Tom's guidance, you know it will taste amazing too! Including more than 100 delicious recipes for breakfast, quick and easy meals, lighter dishes, veggie suppers, batch cooking, weekend feasts and sweet treats.
'Tom is the perfect person to kick us into a fresh start this new year' GQ
Whether for yourself, family or friends with allergies you're sure to find a suitable recipe in this book. The recipes here are easy to follow and include a variety of vibrant sweet and savoury recipes that are gluten free, refined sugar free, dairy free or vegan. There's no need to feel deprived, with mouthwatering recipes such as gluten free Ham and Mushroom Pizza, refined sugar free Orange Ice Cream, dairy free Macaroni Cheese and vegan Panna Cotta - there's something for everyone to enjoy.
Vegan North is the first in a brand new spin-off series by Meze Publishing, following the success of over 35 regional cook books. It celebrates the best of the burgeoning vegan food scene across the north of England: down to Sheffield, across to Liverpool and Manchester, and as far up as Newcastle. The recipes and stories of restaurants, cafes, small producers, bars and more are brought together in this book, which includes contributions from the Sheffield-based pioneers of meat alternatives Make No Bones, passionate producers Tyne Chease, longstanding shop and cafe Eighth Day on Manchester's Oxford Road, innovative diner V Rev also in the `capital of the north' and fast-growing brand Down The Hatch from Liverpool. Vegan North also features a foreword by Simon Rimmer and a chapter about his landmark restaurant, Greens in Didsbury. With delicious dishes to make at home and plant-based hotspots to discover, this book has something for everyone and offers a fresh approach to regional vegan cuisine at its best.
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