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See below for a selection of the latest books from Vegetarian cookery category. Presented with a red border are the Vegetarian cookery books that have been lovingly read and reviewed by the experts at Lovereading. With expert reading recommendations made by people with a passion for books and some unique features Lovereading will help you find great Vegetarian cookery books and those from many more genres to read that will keep you inspired and entertained. And it's all free!
Nina Olsson's stunning new book features over 100 recipes that showcase whole grains and fresh greens. These two food types are the foundation of some of the most healthy and delicious vegetarian food, both historically and today, and form a key part of a nourishing diet. Food Soulmates - why whole grains and fresh greens are the winning nutritional formula for health and vitality. Including information on their nutritional benefits, their climate smart credentials and a glossary of all the grains and greens, and how to shop, forage, store and cook with them. Power Breakfasts - Kick start your day with energy- boosting recipes Grain Bowls - Wholesome grain bowls perfect for any hour of the day Comfort - Comforting soups, stews and hearty dishes with added greens for balance Salads - Lighter dishes as well as more filling grain salads Sharing - Larger plates for gatherings Kitchen staples - Plant-based dairy substitutes and a bakery section
Following the hugely successful Vegan North Cook Book released in 2019, Vegan South is second in a brand new spin-off series by Meze Publishing, following the success of over 40 regional cook books. It celebrates the best of the burgeoning vegan food scene across the south of England: the recipes and stories of restaurants, cafes, small producers, bars and more are brought together in this book, which includes contributions from some of the pioneering vegan establishments across the south of the country. 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.
Going vegan is not always easy-but The Beginner's Guide to Everyday Vegan Cooking is here to help! From the bloggers and foodie couple behind Elephantastic Vegan, Bianca Haun and Sascha Naderer bring seventy-five delicious plant-based recipes to the table. The Beginner's Guide to Everyday Vegan Cooking is for anyone thinking about transitioning to a vegan diet or having difficulties maintaining a vegan lifestyle. Bianca and Sascha combine their favorite easy recipes with their knowledge about how to handle difficult situations as a vegan. Readers will learn how to make easy vegan swapping alternatives and time-saving tricks, order at restaurants, and what to tell family and friends. The Beginner's Guide to Everyday Vegan Cooking is designed for daily use and all recipes are made from simple ingredients and instructions that any vegan can follow. Recipes include: Sunflower & Flaxseed Bread Red Mushroom Soup No-Bake Lime Blueberry Cheesecake Fancy Apple Roses Stovetop Avocado Pizza And More! Vegan cooking doesn't have to be difficult, expensive, or time intensive to make easy, delicious, homemade food that anyone can enjoy!
The first in a brand-new series, chef, broadcaster and food writer Roopa Gulati celebrates the beautifully varied world of vegetarian Indian food. A traditionally vegetarian country, there is much to explore in Indian cuisine, with subtle regional differences often becoming apparent. The mouth-watering recipes within these pages include chard pakoras; twice-cooked cauliflower, saffron and almond masala; paneer and apricot koftas; and traditional channa dal, all of which are photographed by the legendary David Loftus. Alongside the 70 delicious recipes, Roopa also introduces readers to the key techniques and ingredients in Indian cooking, such as the all-important spice blends that will help you create a true Indian vegetarian feast at home. Also in the series: Japan, Mexico and Italy.
Tempted to try your hand at vegan food but don't know where to start? Or even just to make meat-free Monday a regular thing? Long gone are the days of vegan food being dull and worthy: Vegan 100 is bold, vibrant and gorgeous. Going vegan was the best decision Gaz Oakley ever made. Gaz, aka Avant-Garde Vegan, was once a meat eater and often didn't feel well. Overnight, he decided to go vegan for the health benefits, for his love of animals and to do his part in looking after the planet. He found that, as a trained chef, it was surprisingly easy to get big tastes and colours into vegan dishes without compromise, and he also noticed an improvement in the way he felt. The emphasis in Gaz's 100 amazing vegan recipes is first and foremost on FLAVOUR. From Kentucky Fried Chick'n and Fillet Steak Wellington to Chocolate Tart and Summer Berry Mousse Cake, it's all incredible-tasting food that just happens to be vegan. Delectable, beautiful and packed with dishes that are good for you, this is like no other vegan cookbook.
You're being healthy, considerate to the planet and compassionate toward animals - so why is it so hard to navigate life as a vegan? From going out for dinner, to staying in with friends, it can be a challenge to cook, eat and socialise vegan in a world of carnivores. How to be Vegan and Keep Your Friends helps you to go about your life without compromises, excuses or apologies. Instead, you'll be armed with more than 50 incredible recipes you can cook for yourself, your friends and your family (without hearing any complaints!), as well as tips, tricks and hacks for being a better more easygoing and happy vegan. Your options will open up, you'll enjoy a whole new menu of food (from vegan cake to vegan chocolate breakfast bars), and your friends... well, they'll never have a bad word to say again!
In Martin Nordin's second book, he brings us a host of mouthwatering, modern vegetarian recipes, using the most elemental and ancient method of cooking: fire. Not just a barbecue cookbook, Fire, Smoke, Green is broken up into seven chapters that cover everything you need to know about making great food over the flame: from grilling directly onto fire, to cooking with indirect fire, smoked recipes and even wood-fired pizza. Atmospheric photography and charming illustrations throughout bring you something other than your average vegetarian cookbook - as lovers of Martin's first book Green Burgers will attest, his approach to meat-free cooking is anything but boring. Try the Roasted and smoked potatoes with beer-caramelised onions; the Fennel roots with shiitake, green onion, buckwheat and herb oil; or Harissa-marinated sweet potato with grilled cabbage leaves and black dukkah. Or if you still can't get enough of the burger recipes, why not try the Courgette and mungbean burgers with sriracha mayonnaise and furikake, washed down with a smoky mezcal with grilled grapefruit.
The essential recipe book for people looking for easy ways to include more veg in their diet, Eat More Veg elevates humble vegetables into hearty mains and satisfying side dishes. Annie Rigg, a Leiths-trained chef and well-established food writer with over 20 years of experience, turns her hand to crafting 80 irresistible vegetarian and vegan dishes in her latest offering Eat More Veg. This is a cookbook for people who want to make vegetables a bigger part of their diet to benefit their health and the environment without having to compromise on taste. Annie Rigg's vibrant and healthy dishes offer just that. Her recipes are not about what's missing - they are about maximising the impact and flavour of plant-based ingredients in ways that are fresh and enticing. Divided into six chapters this book covers quick suppers, mains, special feasts, soups and starters, salads, and sides. Dive in to discover 80 delicious dishes that make the most of seasonal produce, often using vegetables grown in National Trust gardens. From puttanesca cherry tomatoes to Indian spiced Romanesco, courgette, pea and basil risotto to spinach, lentil and chickpea kofta, Annie Rigg makes use of diverse seasonal veg in imaginative, appetising ways. Eat More Veg is a glorious collection of comforting and exciting dishes guaranteed to satisfy. c. 18,000 words
Authentically Polish. All vegetarian. There's so much more to Polish food than kielbasa and schnitzel: Poland is home to beautiful fruits, vegetables, and grains-- and a rich cooking tradition that makes the most of them. In Fresh from Poland, Saveur award winner Michal Korkosz celebrates recipes from his mother and grandmother--with modern, personal touches and gorgeous photos that capture his passion for cooking. Vegetables are his stars, but Michal doesn't shy away from butter, flour, and sugar; the ingredients that make food--and life--more rozkoszny (delightful)! The result? Over eighty comforting dishes for every occasion. Indulgent breakfasts: Brown Butter Scrambled Eggs; Apple Fritters; Buckwheat Blini with Sour Cream and Pickled Red Onion Hearty vegetarian mains: Barley Risotto with Asparagus, Cider, and Goat Cheese; Potato Fritters with Rosemary and Horseradish Sauce; Stuffed Tomatoes with Millet, Cinnamon, and Almonds Breathtaking baked goods: Sourdough Rye Bread; Sweet Blueberry Buns with Streusel; Honey Cake with Prunes and Sour Cream Pierogi of all kinds: From savory Spinach, Goat Cheese, and Salted Almonds to sweet Plums and Cinnamon-Honey Butter These satisfying recipes will make you feel right at home--wherever you're from!
Healthy, Delicious Recipes with Plant Powered Protein Protein is the macronutrient that's on the tip of everyone's tongue these days, but a protein-rich diet doesn't have to mean chowing down on giant bowls of beans or plates of egg whites-nor does it have to include meat, fish, or poultry. In this book, the Vegetarian Times editors set the protein story straight, showing you how to meet all your protein needs with delicious, satisfying, easy-to-prepare recipes that fit seamlessly into any lifestyle.
Here are 300 easy, fast and inexpensive recipes that use ready-made vegan preparations, such as tofu sausages, smoked tofu, seitan, tempeh, soy steaks, vegan cheeses, and dairy-free yogurt as well as regular storecupboard staples like tins of chick peas or beans, lentils, pasta, rice, quinoa, couscous, gnocchi, miso and frozen vegetables. The authors of the highly acclaimed and widely reviewed Aquafaba, are back, and this time, it is the time-poor urban dweller who will benefit from their culinary creativity. This book is designed for `urban vegans'. Why? Because there are noticeable differences in access to food according to where we live. In big cities like London, Paris or New York, you can find every possible vegan ingredient, and endless products imported from exotic countries. On the other hand, since there is rarely local production, it can often be very hard to find top-quality super-fresh fruits and vegetables. You may be surprised to find that almost all the vegetables and herbs used in this book are frozen. The first obvious advantage to using frozen is it's time saving! No cleaning, no peeling, no cutting - and available in small quantities, without waste. The second advantage is having on hand the basics for an instant meal. So the aim of this book is to provide recipes for real cooking every day using mainly products that are easily found in local neighbourhood shops and supermarkets. The idea is to use what you have on hand, stored in your kitchen cupboards or at the bottom of the fridge. You are always ready to go!
Raw food diets (where food is eaten raw and if heated, the temperature can't exceed 118 F/48 C) are becoming increasingly popular today for a variety of reasons: a quest for weight loss and increased energy, reduced risk of diseases, an aversion to animal based foods or simply a desire to consume more whole, nutrient-rich ingredients. Whatever each person's reason, raw food diets and/or lifestyles are certainly becoming more mainstream. This wonderful collection of recipes will appeal to both novices and veterans of the raw food lifestyle - they are imaginative, feature easy-to-follow instructions and are incredibly delicious. From hearty breakfasts that get your day off to an energized start, to satisfying soups and sumptuous main courses, to lush decadent desserts that will satisfy the most discriminating sweet tooth, these recipes reflects Doug's talent and commitment to the lifestyle. Eat Raw, Eat Well includes dishes such as: Pear and Walnut Pancakes, Banana Cream Pie Smoothie, Perfect Guacamole; Red Pepper and Tomato Bisque, Jicima, Corn, Quinoa and Lime Hot Pot; Arugula and Spinach Salad with Candied Pecans, Aubergine Parmesan, Pasta Bolognese; Cauliflower Risotto, Spicy Kimchi, Black Lentil Sloppy Joes, Quinoa Pilaf; Walnut Portobello Burgers, Sweet Potato and Squash Mac n'Cheese, Moussaka; Cashew Cheesecake, Chocolate Coffee Cake, Caramelized Peach Tart, Pear Crisp; Buckwheat Pretzels, Sour Cream and Onion Kale Chips, Pizza Bites. In addition there's also a wealth of information of how to properly prepare the ingredients in advance of meal preparation to enhance their nutritional value as well as comprehensive raw pantry information. If you've decided that the raw food lifestyle is for you, look no further than Eat Raw, Eat Well.