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Roasted nuts and vegetables, fragrant citrus and cloves, jewelled
lingonberries and cardamom buns fresh from the oven - these are the
delights that make a Scandinavian vegan Christmas.
Baking without eggs or dairy is a joy and equally as delectable with The Joy of Vegan Baking, Revised and Updated Edition. Whether you want to bake dairy- and egg-free for health, ethical, or environmental reasons, this updated edition of The Joy of Vegan Baking lets you have your cake and eat it too! With familiar favorites including cakes, cookies, crepes, pies, puddings, and pastries this book will show you just how easy, convenient, and delectable baking without eggs and dairy can be. Winner of the VegNews magazine award for Cookbook of the Year in 2008, The Joy of Vegan Baking has been updated with all new photography and freshly revised recipes that use the latest natural ingredients and techniques. Learn just how easy it is to enjoy your favorite homespun goodies without compromising your health or values. These treats are free of saturated fat, cholesterol, and lactose, but full of flavor. Recipes include Chocolate Chip Scones, Lemon Cheesecake, Dessert Crepes, Cinnamon Coffee Cake, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcakes, Raspberry Sorbet, Soft Pretzels, Blueberry Cobbler, and Chocolate Almond Brittle. A seasoned cooking instructor and self-described "joyful vegan," author Colleen Patrick-Goudreau lays to rest the myth that vegan baking is an inferior alternative to non-vegan baking, putting it in its rightful place as a legitimate contender in the baking arena. More than just a collection of recipes, this informative cookbook is a valuable resource for any baker.
'Plant-based Paleo certainly delivers on its promise ... its recipes are interesting, healthy and tasty and will bring some variation to your meal time repertoire.' Handmade magazine Sources say that before our ancestors learned to hunt, they ate a raw diet comprised of what they could gather in the wilderness. The plant-based diet gave us everything we needed then, and it does now! Plant proteins are easier for the body to absorb than animal proteins. A plant-based diet provides 10-15% of calories from protein, a safe intake for a healthy human. When eating a raw diet, nuts, sprouts, seeds, sprouted grains and leafy greens are examples of foods that are especially protein-rich. Recommended calcium intake is more healthfully achieved by eating leafy green vegetables like kale, and other calcium rich non-dairy foods like broccoli, seaweed, sesame seeds, and sprouted quinoa. Plants absorb calcium from soil; animals eat these plants to satisfy their hunger and nutrient needs. A plant-based diet goes straight to the source for healthy, easily absorbed calcium and much more. Jenna has created recipes to be enjoyed at any time of the day. Try Hemp Tabbouleh with Mint and Pomegranate, Kale Caesar Salad, Sweet Potato Gnocchi, Portobello Pizza Caps, Mango-Avocado Rolls, Raw Vegan Taco Salad, Cauli-Pops, Eggplant 'bacon', Raw Pad Thai, and for a sweet tooth Homemade Coconut Yogurt.
Each recipe is gluten-free, kid-friendly and easy to prepare, featuring easy-to-find, real-food ingredients and no highly processed meat or dairy substitutes. Many are also made in one pot, making for less cleanup and fuss. Readers won't groan at the thought of preparing dinner after work when they have such quick, easy and delicious options as Cauliflower Romanesco Tacos, Dynamite Poke Bowls, Salisbury Portobello TV Dinner, Creamy Pesto Quinoa with Roasted Tomatoes and 20 Minute Vegan Mac `n' Chz. Before you know it, you'll be whipping up nourishing, nutrient-dense, feel-good dinners every night of the week like you were born for it!
Sit down to meals that look and taste great, and are completely plant-based and good for you. That's how Ginny McMeans cooks and here she shares 150 of her favourite recipes. Every recipe can also be made ahead and frozen for later. This is delicious, homemade, everyday food that you can cook fresh or pull out of your freezer for a quick and healthy meal.
‘This book will earn a place in kitchens up and down the country’ Nigella Lawson
Seventy-five one-tin recipes: half vegan, half vegetarian, all delicious.
With all seventy-five recipes in this book, you simply pop your ingredients in a tin and let the oven do the work.
From flexitarians to families, this book is for anyone who wants to eat easy veg-based meals that fit around their busy lives.
The marriage of vegan foods and seasonal produce is a natural one: plant-based foods follow annual cycles and both are healthy and environmentally sustainable. Ripe local produce has the most flavor and nutritional value, uses fewer resources to store and deliver, is more economical to buy, and often supports local farmers. Local Bounty reintroduces the world of seasonal produce: leafy greens in the spring, tomatoes, peppers, and summer squash during the summer and fall, and root vegetables and winter squash during the cooler months. The bounty of the garden is transformed into wonderful meals that will truly nourish and satisfy with a minimum of fuss to prepare. Real food, real taste.
The best-selling, comprehensive guide to grilling vegetables and preparing delicious vegetarian recipes on the grill is back, featuring contemporary flavours and ingredients and the very latest in modern grilling trends. "The New Vegetarian Grill", a revised and updated edition of the classic book by Andrea Chesman, presents 250 healthy, flavourful recipes - 50 of which are brand new - for vegetarians and grill aficionados alike. "The New Vegetarian Grill" is filled with an incredible variety of vegetarian dishes designed for the grill, including appetizers and soups, fresh salads, sandwiches and burgers, tasty wraps, pizza and flatbreads, flame-kissed pasta, juicy kebabs, and grilled desserts.With Andrea's vegetable-grilling expertise, both newcomers to grilling and dedicated grill hands can create fast, easy vegetarian meals, from simple recipes for vegetables that do well on the grill to more elaborate fare suitable for any occasion. All are ideal for gas grills, charcoal grills, or even an open campfire. Favourites include: Grilled Baby Bok Choy with Lemon-Soy Dressing; Brie, Cranberry, and Pistachio Quesadillas; Grilled Portobello Salad with Roquefort Dressing; Lentil-Stuffed Pita Pockets with Grilled Onions; Vegetarian Fajitas with Chipotle Sour Cream; White Pizza with Leeks and Peppers; Tandoori-Style Vegetable Kabobs; Caramelized Bananas; and, Grilled Nectarines with Mascarpone Cream.
There was a time when garden designer Cleve West questioned the importance of his role as a garden designer. Two things changed his mind: designing a garden for a hospital and adopting a vegan lifestyle. Cleve's transition to veganism was a profound and varied learning experience. He learned more about nutrition than when he studied it as part of a sports science degree. He learned a great deal about propaganda in the food industry and how, contrary to what he'd been led to believe, the cows and chickens in the dairy industry are far from 'happy'. He learned that animal agriculture is a leading cause of climate change and a whole range of environmental catastrophes. He found that many illnesses have their origins in the consumption of animal products. He learned that a plant-based diet can alleviate some of these illnesses and sometimes even reverse them. He learned that a drive towards a plant-based diet could offset many of the environmental aspects of animal agriculture and make a positive transition to a more sustainable future. Everything started falling into place. It was all about plants. Suddenly, his role as a garden designer didn't seem so trivial after all. The Garden of Vegan charts Cleve's journey from its tentative beginnings to an understanding of the restorative power of gardens and a realization that some of the most destructive aspects of the Anthropocene can be mitigated or even fixed by plants.
'Farmacy food is what we have all been waiting for. Great tasting healthy food for an optimum mind and body means a better planet for us and the creatures we share it with' - Stella McCartney 'Since it opened, Farmacy has been the hottest table in town' - Vogue 'THE healthy eating place' - GQ 'An oasis of health and happiness' - Harper's Bazaar Interested in eating and living in a more conscious way? Want to eat well with nature's best ingredients while being aware of where our food comes from? Think taking better care of the land and people who grow these ingredients is important? Welcome to the Farmacy Kitchen, where you will find inspirational ideas for conscious living and delicious recipes for plant-based eating. The Farmacy ethos is about bringing attention back to nature, simplicity and balance. We love to follow the concept of 'simple abundance' in the food we create, using fresh, colourful and whole foods in inspired combinations for maximum taste, digestion and enjoyment. We know how good food tastes when it's made with love and intention. It's a creative process that brings care into the kitchen to make great-tasting food to nourish the body and energise the soul. A process that you can now bring to your own kitchen with the help of this book.
Color your kitchen with a rainbow of healthy, delicious plant-based recipes. You don't need fancy equipment or expensive exotic ingredients to make delicious, healthy, vegan meals at home. Let The Colorful Kitchen take the mystery out of plant-based cooking and make the experience of cooking and eating easy and delicious. Certified health coach and plant-based food blogger Ilene Godofsky's cooking philosophy is "colorful, not complicated." When you fill your plate with color, you're not only adding flavor and visual appeal-you're filling your plate with health. Her recipes emphasize vivid combinations of wholesome, plant-based ingredients full of essential vitamins and minerals-because counting colors is way more fun than counting calories and carbs. Ilene guides readers through easy-to-follow preparations that will make every meal as exciting as it is nourishing. The Colorful Kitchen's vibrant, sustaining recipes include: - Pink & Purple Coconut Smoothie - Maple-Mustard Squash Grilled Cheese - Harvest Butternut Squash & Apple Burgers with Sage Aioli - Chickpea Crust Rainbow Alfredo Pizza - Pineapple & Peanut Sauce Tofu Wrap - Strawberry Loaf with Cream Cheese Glaze - Chocolate Hummus For too long, vegan food has had a bad reputation: tasteless, boring. Mostly brown. Full of unfamiliar ingredients that take way too long to prepare. Not in The Colorful Kitchen!
It is specifically designed for busy people who want to serve good, healthy food but do not have much time to do so. It contains both vegetarian and vegan recipes for all tastes and all occasions and from all around the world - pasta dishes and bruschetta from Italy, curries from India, tagines from North Africa, stir-fry dishes from China, and appetisers from the USA. There are also some traditional British favourites as well as recipes from Hungary, Lebanon, Mexico and France. The book includes: * A complete range of dishes with snacks and canapes, soups, salads and all kinds of main courses and party food, including barbecue grills. * Nutritional advice for vegetarians with a look at complementary proteins and balanced menu planning, plus related menus. * Practical suggestions for a vegetarian store cupboard; for finding specialist vegetarian ingredients; and for making vegetarian stocks. Without losing the flavour, bestselling cookery author, Judy Ridgway has found new ways to speed up the cooking time of dishes such as soups and casseroles, traditionally regarded as slow cooking. vegetarian stocks.
This cookbook shows just how easy, varied and creative vegan cooking can be. Packed with ideas for starters, soups, main courses, side dishes and salads, it offers a wealth of dairy-free, meat-free ideas for every day of the year.Includes:Quick and easy recipes• Recipes for one• Dinner party ideas• Sugar-free desserts and cakes• Microwave instructionsAn ideal source of inspiration for the vegan cook.
From the author of the bestselling 15 Minute Vegan comes 15 Minute Vegan: Comfort Food. The book shatters the notion that vegan food is cold and soulless by showing you how to create inspired comfort foods, whether you're vegan or not. Vegan cookery expert Katy Beskow celebrates cooking for pleasure, soul and enjoyment, without having to spend hours in the kitchen. Using ingredients readily available in supermarkets, Katy's easy recipes and instructions will have you making delicious, nutritious meals time after time. The book explores how a mindful cooking process is as comforting as the final dish, even when you have just 15 minutes to spare, and offers 100 recipes across five chapters: comfort classics (chocolate chilli, moussaka bowls); sides & bites (sweetcorn fritters, speedy samosas); social sharing (mushroom bourguignon, garden biryani); solo recipes (spicy falafel burger, cashew chow mein); and sweet comforts (cherry pot pies, jam sponge pudding).
Veganism is everywhere. But for a word that's grown so popular, what does being vegan actually mean? Through his Fat Gay Vegan blog, Sean O'Callaghan has become a no-nonsense voice that cuts through the fuss and the fads. He explains the politics of veganism beyond the plate, and why we should all aim to live a little more compassionately. So if you want to know more about the arguments for veganism, the myths around the movement - and the junk food you're still allowed to eat - then like a friendly, fat uncle, Sean is here to pat you on the back, and tell you a bit more of the story...
Where do vegetarians get their protein? From delicious plant-based foods, including beans, nuts, quinoa, and even raw cocoa. These ingredients are used to their best advantage in this new cookbook. As a vegetarian living with a meat-eating guy, the author has developed recipes for every time of day (or night) that are deliciously satisfying and high in protein. With recipes like Fresh Veggie Quinoa Salad with Lemon Tahini Dressing, Mushroom and Wild Rice Burgers, Quick and Hearty Vegetarian Chili, and Dark Chocolate Black Bean Brownies, the results are outrageously tasty and completely vegetarian "
Believe it or not, Japanese cuisine in general is actually quite vegan-friendly, and many dishes can be made vegan with just a simple substitution or two. You can enjoy the same big, bold, salty-sweet-spicy-rich-umami recipes of modern Japanese soul food without so much as glancing down the meat and dairy aisles. And best of all, it's super-easy to make! In Vegan JapanEasy, Tim Anderson taps into Japan's rich culture of cookery that's already vegan or very nearly vegan, so there are no sad substitutes and zero shortcomings on taste. From classics like Vegetable Tempura, Onigiri, Mushroom Gyoza and Fried Tofu in Dashi, to clever vegan conversions including Cauliflower Katsu Curry, French Onion Ramen and Sichuan-Style Hot and Numbing Tofu with Ancient Grains, you don't need to be vegan to enjoy these tasty recipes. Add to that some outrageously good drinks and desserts, like the Watermelon Mojito and Soy Sauce Butterscotch Brownies, and you'll be spoilt for choice! With ingredients like tangy miso, savoury shiitake mushrooms and zingy ponzu, to name a few, who needs meat? So if you're new to veganism, new to Japanese cooking, new to both, or you just want to expand your meat-free repertoire, this is the book for you!
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