The New Vegan Cookbook: Innovative Vegetarian Recipes Free of Dairy, Eggs, and Cholesterol

The New Vegan Cookbook Innovative Vegetarian Recipes Free of Dairy Eggs and Cholesterol Acclaimed author Lorna Sass creator of the hit New Soy Cookbook once again displays her talent for combining good health with great taste With a little flair and an abundance of whole grains beans

  • Title: The New Vegan Cookbook: Innovative Vegetarian Recipes Free of Dairy, Eggs, and Cholesterol
  • Author: Lorna J. Sass Jonelle Weaver
  • ISBN: 9780811827607
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • Acclaimed author Lorna Sass, creator of the hit New Soy Cookbook, once again displays her talent for combining good health with great taste With a little flair and an abundance of whole grains, beans, fresh fruits and vegetables, and herbs and spices, it s easy to create the exciting recipes presented in The New Vegan Cookbook Satisfying and cholesterol free, even kosherAcclaimed author Lorna Sass, creator of the hit New Soy Cookbook, once again displays her talent for combining good health with great taste With a little flair and an abundance of whole grains, beans, fresh fruits and vegetables, and herbs and spices, it s easy to create the exciting recipes presented in The New Vegan Cookbook Satisfying and cholesterol free, even kosher cooks will find they can slip these cooking ideas into almost any type of menu Striking color photographs illustrate the wide variety of tasty choices available for budding vegans or those already versed looking for new options From savory Mediterranean Red Lentil Pat to sweet, creamy Chocolate Rice Pudding, The New Vegan Cookbook offers recipes guaranteed to entice any palate.

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    One thought on “The New Vegan Cookbook: Innovative Vegetarian Recipes Free of Dairy, Eggs, and Cholesterol”

    1. This book was on sale at Barnes & Noble bargain bin & since my husband and I are dabbling with veganism, I thought I would buy it to see what tips it had on cooking vegan. The front part of the book provides some good basic information on vegan staples and things such as how to freeze and reconstitute grains, which I appreciated. I could use more of a background, but I really appreciate the recipes. Since we are trying to cut back on both processed foods and oil, I sometimes substituted [...]

    2. It is a good vegan cooking book. Very nice photographs, but the layout may make a working chef unhappy with the instructions since this book does not have a standard "ingredients" and "procedure" layout. One has to read the menu first and jot down the process first. That is why one-star is subtracted.It has a systematic way to put together a vegan kitchen. The dishes range from simple to outrageously fancy. Depending on the level of skill and commitment of time, it is possible to put together va [...]

    3. When I first found out I would have to give up dairy, I bought every vegan cookbook I could find. Most of them are unsatisfying. I've become more adept at substitutions and now I no longer need vegan books. In this one I like, Split pea with shitake and star anise, phyllo triangles with kale, pine nuts and currants, and the vegan waffles work well.

    4. Awesome recipes that are definitely new and different from the same ol' fare. Big, gorgeous, mouth-watering, full-color photos for nearly every recipe. I didn't see a single thing that I didn't want to make and devour. The New Vegan Cookbook is immediately going on my wishlist! :)

    5. I checked this one out from the library and I've used up my renewals. I'm thinking I might go ahead and purchase it because I love everything I've made from it. And the recipes are easy enough to make on a weekday night!

    6. great pictures, really shitty typographical choices and layout.i think they thought it looked "trendy" and "hip" if they choose to all-cap and bold certain words in every single bit of text - headings, recipes themselves, etc. i couldn't even read this book, it made my eyes bleed.

    7. A long section on stocking the pantry and food preparation, with a handy page of grain cooking times and a list of some standard herb blends. A few photos. Only about a handful of recipes I would actually try. Overall, so-so.

    8. You know those web sites that are all about hating on vegan food and they say things like, "This looks like it came out of my ass?" The food in this book looks like it came out of my ass and the recipes are really uninspiring. Glad I checked it out from the library instead of buying it.

    9. Lots of mouth-watering pictures, clear instructions, decent variety of cuisines, and a good "general advice" section for stocking a vegan kitchen.

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