Adaptable recipes for part-time vegetarians and vegans
Author: Ryland Peters & Small
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
Less of a rigid regime, and more of an organic attempt to eat a mainly vegetarian diet, The Flexitarian Cookbook features delicious plant-centric recipes, with options for incorporating meat or fish as needed. Many of us are looking to eat less meat and/or fish, as the host of environmental, ethical and health-related reasons for doing so stacks up. The concept of not centering every meal around an animal-based protein is well on its way to settling into mainstream society. But out there, there is a whole middle-ground of home-cooks, placed somewhere between carnivore and vegan, who are doing their best to reduce meat consumption, but enjoying it on occasion when the urge strikes; the flexitarians. The Flexitarian Cookbook is a collection of delicious, modern vegetarian recipes, with simple options for switching in meat or fish, as the mood takes you. No longer will flexitarians have to juggle between multiple cookbooks or haphazardly hash together a meaty ending to a recipe depending on their cravings. Recipes include a warm curried lentil salad with crispy paneer and spiced dressing, but the paneer can be swapped for crispy shrimp if preferred. A winter vegetable stew with herbed dumplings is substantial enough on its own, but this cookbook gives the options to add slow-cooked beef cheeks, if you like. A best-ever recipe for vegetable and lentil moussaka offers the option to swap the lentils for regular ground meat, while the spiced vegetable casserole, gives an option for cooking with chicken, if the mood so takes you.
3 Methods of Cooking Each Recipe Stove/Oven, Slow Cooker Or Instant Pot
Author: S. C. Hatch
Publisher: Life Rich Publishing
Would you like to cook more meals at home? But in such a chaotic world, with an equally hectic schedule, when would you have the time? This cookbook offers you three different methods to cook each recipe: the traditional stove/oven, the slow-cooker, and the Instant Pot. These recipes offer hearty, flavorful options in a manageable time frame.
The FreeBSD operating system has become a popular OS choice for embedded systems due to its small size and the fact that it is free to users. However, detailed information on using FreeBSD is difficult to find. Author Paul Cevoli, an experienced embedded systems engineer, answers that need in this cookbook aimed at making life easier for engineers working with FreeBSD. Topics covered in the book include core operating system components, processes, process scheduling, virtual memory, device drivers and debugging, as these are the core features necessary for embedded system developers. Each chapter discusses basic components of FreeBSD, device drivers, Unix kernel, and C and GNU development tools, and provides the reader with the information needed to accomplish the stated task, along with sample source code. Provides numerous examples of system software with source code and debugging techniques that can provide starting points for your own designs Covers core operating system components, processes and process scheduling, system booting, virtual memory, device drivers, debugging, and much more
60+ Easy Recipes for a Healthy Lifestyle for the Whole Family
Author: Shanell Petersen-Reffell
Category: Sugar-free diet
One family, one meal satisfying even the pickiest eaters with tips and recipes the whole family will love! The Best Sugar-Free Vegan Cookbook Ever makes cooking easy and healthy even for our favorite dishes like macaroni and cheese, hot dogs, sliced deli meat for sandwiches, and meatballs to top a bowl of noodles! As a mom of three and a Plant-based Holistic Nutritional Counselor, Shanell Petersen-Reffell, makes her recipes easy for a busy lifestyle and with a little humor in the kitchen. This vegan cookbook offers:60+ recipes with gluten-free options, soy-free, nut-free options, and spice tips for the not-so spicy toddler/teen!The Best Sugar-Free Vegan Cookbook Ever lives up to it's name with a diverse recipe list of breakfast, main dishes, sides, smoothies, soups, and snacks!
A Modern Guide to Understand Everything About the Plant-Based Diet with Affordable, Quick and Easy Recipes
Author: Sophia Scott
Publisher: Sophia Scott
Do you still think that vegan products are expensive or difficult to re-create at home? With this cookbook, you can transform any regular meal into a veg-friendly wonder! Making plant-based milk, cheese or burgers at home is really as simple as making any other common recipe. In this regard, I'm sharing my favorite vegan recipe of all times, the ones I return to again and again. I hope you'll enjoy them as much as I do! The recipes are selected into categories based on the food group so you can easily plan your meals. If you've always wanted to make your own hummus, tahini, began burgers, spreads, and condiments, I have you covered. This cookbook includes recipes for homemade versions of our favorite vegan substitutes. For all the vegetarians and plant lovers, there is a plant-based diet plan available that helps them to get better and in good shape. The new form of vegetarian diet helps the people to look great, stay active and be healthy. It is an all plant and no meat diet that is easy to digest, fresh and gives numerous benefits as well. Normally, people consider that plants come with limited options but in reality, it is very different. For a hardcore plant-based food plan there are numerous options available for a person. These ground growing food items have numerous nutrition, vitamins and other resources in them that are not measurable. If a person is good enough to prepare a list of ultimate food options and get the right guide for the plant-based diet, they will get maximum benefit. Here in this book, you can find everything you need to know about the plant-based diet. From its basics to the ultimate diet plans and recipes there is everything available of your interest. It is a composite and complete resource for you that help you to follow the diet plan in all healthy manners and take full advantage of it. All you need is to go through these resources and manage everything as per your own preferences. A plant-based diet includes fruits, vegetables, and tubers. A diet laden with veggies, fruits, tubers, and whole grains will help you diminish the harmful effects of many chronic diseases. For instance, did you know that a diet full of fresh fruits and veggies can lower blood pressure and control Type 2 diabetes? You need not feel apprehensive about this change, because going for a plant-based diet does not necessarily mean that you will turn vegan. Neither do you have to give up on dairy or meat. It is rather an informed decision to primarily choose food items sourced from plants. This book covers: What is a plant-based diet? Benefits of plant-based diet Difference between plant-based diet and vegan diet Unhealthy plant-based diet Shopping list for plant-based diets What to do when cravings arises Getting started on plant-based diet Plant based diet recipes Plant-based diet for weight loss And much more!!! You will Never Stop Using this Awesome Cookbook! Buy it NOW and get addicted to this amazing book!
500 Inspired, Flexible Recipes for Eating Well Without Meat
Author: America's Test Kitchen
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
Make any recipe vegan or vegetarian to suit your preference Plant-based cooking means different things to different people. We all come to plant-based eating with different goals in mind. ATK's diverse, modern guide offers foolproof recipes for every occasion that you can tailor to suit your own needs, choosing whether to make any dish vegan or vegetarian. From building a plant-centric plate to cooking with plant-based meat and dairy, you'll find everything you need here to create varied, satisfying meals. The 500-plus recipes are vegan but flexible. You can choose whether to make the Rancheros with Avocado with tofu or eggs, the Farro Salad with Cucumber, Yogurt, and Mint with plant-based or dairy yogurt, the Vegetable Fried Rice with Broccoli and Shiitake Mushrooms with or without eggs, and the No-Bake Cherry-Almond Crisp using coconut oil or butter. ATK's plant-based eating strategy is easy, budget-friendly, and inclusive--cuisines around the world are rich with boldly flavored, naturally vegan dishes. Drawing inspiration from them, these recipes showcase produce, beans and grains, and vegan (and vegetarian) protein sources. The Complete Plant-Based Cookbook is packed with ingenious tips for cooking with plant-forward ingredients and also showcases ATK's practical techniques. Rethink how you use vegetables (blend leeks into a silky pasta sauce, use beets to transform a burger from the "vegan option" into the best option); discover how to boost umami flavor using tomato paste, dried mushrooms, and miso; and more. A thorough opening section delves into the details of modern plant-based eating, addressing shopping and storage strategies, the plethora of plant-based meat and dairy options, and how to meet nutritional needs.
More Than 125 Recipes for Instant, Overnight, Meal-Prepped, and Easy Comfort Foods: A Cookbook
Author: Tieghan Gerard
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • There’s something for everyone in these 125 easy, show-stopping recipes: fewer ingredients, foolproof meal-prepping, effortless entertaining, and everything in between, including vegan and vegetarian options! NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY BUZZFEED AND FOOD NETWORK “Those indulgent, comfort food-esque dishes [Tieghan is] known for aren’t going anywhere. . . . You’ll be hard-pressed to decide which one to make first.”—Food & Wine We all want to make and serve our loved ones beautiful food—but we shouldn’t have to work so hard to do it. With Half Baked Harvest Super Simple, Tieghan Gerard has solved that problem. On her blog and in her debut cookbook, Tieghan is beloved for her freshly sourced, comfort-food-forward recipes that taste even better than they look. Half Baked Harvest Super Simple takes what fans loved most about Half Baked Harvest Cookbook and distills it into quicker, more manageable dishes, including options for one-pot meals, night-before meal prep, and even some Instant Pot® or slow cooker recipes. Using the most important cooking basics, you’ll whip up everyday dishes like Cardamom Apple Fritters, Spinach and Artichoke Mac and Cheese, and Lobster Tacos to share with your family, or plan stress-free dinner parties with options like Slow Roasted Moroccan Salmon and Fresh Corn and Zucchini Summer Lasagna. Especially for home cooks who are pressed for time or just starting out, Half Baked Harvest Super Simple is your go-to for hassle-free meals that never sacrifice taste.
Build functional applications using Monads, Applicatives, and Functors
Author: Yogesh Sajanikar
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Save time and build fast, functional, and concurrent application using Haskell About This Book Comprehensive guide for establishing a strong foundation in Haskell and developing pragmatic code Create a full fledged web application using Haskell Work with Lens, Haskell Extensions, and write code for concurrent and distributed applications Who This Book Is For This book is targeted at readers who wish to learn the Haskell language. If you are a beginner, Haskell Cookbook will get you started. If you are experienced, it will expand your knowledge base. A basic knowledge of programming will be helpful. What You Will Learn Use functional data structures and algorithms to solve problems Understand the intricacies of the type system Create a simple parser for integer expressions with additions Build high-performance web services with Haskell Master mechanisms for concurrency and parallelism in Haskell Perform parsing and handle scarce resources such as filesystem handles Organize your programs by creating your own types and type classes In Detail Haskell is a purely functional language that has the great ability to develop large and difficult, but easily maintainable software. Haskell Cookbook provides recipes that start by illustrating the principles of functional programming in Haskell, and then gradually build up your expertise in creating industrial-strength programs to accomplish any goal. The book covers topics such as Functors, Applicatives, Monads, and Transformers. You will learn various ways to handle state in your application and explore advanced topics such as Generalized Algebraic Data Types, higher kind types, existential types, and type families. The book will discuss the association of lenses with type classes such as Functor, Foldable, and Traversable to help you manage deep data structures. With the help of the wide selection of examples in this book, you will be able to upgrade your Haskell programming skills and develop scalable software idiomatically. Style and approach The book follows a recipe-based approach. Each recipe addresses specific problems and issues. The recipes provide discussions and insights to explain these problems.
The Kid-Friendly ADHD & Autism Cookbook, 3rd Edition explains the best diets for children with food intolerances and hypersensitivities that stem from altered biochemistry and which may be causing problems in learning, behavior, development, attention, sensory responses, sleep, and digestion. The authors provide guidelines to help parents determine which diets may be helpful for their child’s specific symptoms and needs. One of the challenges that parents face is coping with children who have picky appetites and crave the very foods that negatively affect their behavior, focus, and development. Linked to this is the challenge of finding ways to get their children to eat the healthy foods that will improve their nutrition. This book provides suggestions for feeding picky eaters, including those with texture issues. The 3rd edition of The Kid-Friendly ADHD & Autism Cookbook provides a current and greatly expanded review of the most commonly used diets that are important in the treatment of ADHD and autism. There are recipes appropriate to specific diets as indicated by icons and descriptors with each recipe. The authors share details about just how and why each diet works, examine specialty ingredients in-depth, and provide extensive resources and references. The specialty diets covered include: Gluten-free, casein-free, soy-free Feingold diet: low phenol, low salicylate diet Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) and Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet (GAPS) Anti-yeast/candida diets, or Body Ecology Diet Low Oxalate Diet (LOD) FODMAP (Fermentable Oligo-, Di- and Mono-saccharides, And Polyols) Anti-inflammatory diet Rotation diet Despite the restrictions of these diets, this cookbook offers an array of tasty choices that kids and the whole family will love, including shakes, muffins, breads, rice and beans, vegetables, salads, main dishes, stews, and even sweets and treats. You’ll also find recommendations for school lunches and snacks. This comprehensive guide and cookbook is chock-full of helpful info and research, and includes more than 150 kid-friendly recipes, suitable to the variety of specialty diets.
Recipes for Life's Seasons : Real Food to Nourish You, No Matter Your Age Or Stage in Life
Author: Martyna Angell
Real food to nourish you, no matter your age or stage in life. Have you noticed that as you moved from childhood through the teenage years and into adulthood your food tastes changed? How what used to work for you food-wise as a 30-something, no longer works for you as you near retirement? That you can't eat the same dishes as your friend and feel good? That your energy levels are lacking or your digestion is just not the same? Like the calendar year, the body has its seasons and no one understands this better than Martyna Angell, author of the bestselling book The Wholesome Cook and the popular and award-winning blog of the same name. In her new book The Wholesome Cook: Recipes for Life's Seasons, Martyna focuses on bio-individualism - the recognition that we are all a little different - and offers 180 endlessly flexible recipes that can be adapted to support your individual health and well-being, no matter your age or stage of life.All recipes emphasise seasonal wholefoods and the strong focus on fresh fruit and vegetables will inspire you to prepare them in new and exciting ways every meal time. All recipes are refined sugar-free and can easily be made gluten-free (perfect for coeliacs). Many cater to dairy-free, nut-free, egg-free, lactose-free, paleo, vegan and vegetarian diets. Every recipe is also tagged to show you the healthiest options for babies, children, teenagers, and men and women at various stages of life, so you know how to best nourish your body through the different seasons in life. These recipes offer delicious options that allow you to tune in to your body's needs quickly and effortlessly, making this book perfect for singles, families and people of older age, too. Twenty of Martyna's friends from the wellness world offer their favourite healthy recipes in this book as well. Recipes for Life's Seasons is not just a cookbook, it's a guide to a creative approach to food and offers you the healthy balanced nourishment and real enjoyment that sharing delicious food brings.
Over 40 hands-on recipes to develop and deploy real-world applications using Amazon EC2 About This Book Design and build applications using Amazon EC2 and a range of supporting AWS tools Find highly effective solutions to your AWS Cloud-based application development, deployment, and infrastructural issues A comprehensive set of recipes to implement your product's functional and non-functional requirements Who This Book Is For This book is targeted at Cloud-based developers who have prior exposure to AWS concepts and features. Some experience in building small applications and creating some proof-of-concept applications is required. What You Will Learn Select and configure the right EC2 instances Create, configure, and secure a Virtual Private Cloud Create an AWS CloudFormation template Use AWS Identity and Access Management to secure access to EC2 instances Configure auto-scaling groups using CloudWatch Choose and use the right data service such as SimpleDB and DynamoDB for your cloud applications Access key AWS services using client tools and AWS SDKs Deploy AWS applications using Docker containers In Detail Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service that provides flexible and resizable compute capacity in the cloud. The main purpose of Amazon EC2 is to make web-scale cloud computing easier for the developers. It offers developers and companies the raw building blocks like load balancers, object stores and virtual machines running on general hardware (that is, Amazon runs a multitude of hardware components but presents them as a generic utility to its users) with accessible APIs in order to create scalable software products This book covers designing, developing, and deploying scalable, highly available, and secure applications on the AWS platform. By following the steps in the recipes, you will be able to effectively and systematically resolve issues related to development, deployment, and infrastructure for enterprise-grade cloud applications or products. This book starts with helping you choose and configure the right EC2 instances to meet your application-specific requirements. The book then moves on to creating a CloudFormation template and will teach you how to work with stacks. You will then be introduced to using IAM services to configure users, groups, roles, and multi-factor authentication. You will also learn how to connect AD to AWS IAM. Next, you will be using AWS data services and accessing other AWS services including Route 53, Amazon S3, and AWS SES (Amazon Simple Email Service). Finally, you will be deploying AWS applications using Docker containers. Style and approach This book contains a rich set of recipes that cover not only the full spectrum of real-world cloud application development using Amazon EC2, but also the services and security of the applications. The book contains easy-to-follow recipes with step-by-step instructions to leverage EC2 within your applications.
Your one-stop resource for mastering extensions and customizations in JIRA 7+ About This Book Explore the new features of JIRA 7 and best practices for agile development and integration with development tools Customize the look and feel of your JIRA UI to match your specific user needs Create seamless reports that make sense of your data through easy-to-use techniques Who This Book Is For If you are a JIRA developer or administrator, or a project manager who wants to fully exploit the exciting capabilities of JIRA, then this is the perfect book for you. What You Will Learn Create and deploy your own JIRA plugins Manipulate workflows to transform JIRA into a user-friendly system Create custom reports that show statistics for particular people, projects, versions, or other fields within issues Simplify reporting by writing your own JIRA gadgets, which can be added into a user's dashboard Master database handling by extending and retrieving custom field details from the database Deal with custom fields on an issue and program custom field option In Detail JIRA provides issue and project tracking for software development teams to improve code quality and the speed of development. With the new version of JIRA, you can create your own JIRA plugins and customize the look and feel of your JIRA UI easier than ever. JIRA Development Cookbook , Third Edition, is a one-stop resource to master extensions and customizations in JIRA. This book starts with recipes about simplifying the plugin development process followed by recipes dedicated to the plugin framework. Then, you will move on to writing custom field plugins to create new field types or custom searchers. You will also learn how to program and customize workflows to transform JIRA into a user-friendly system. With so much data spanning different projects, issues, and so on, we will cover how to work on reports and gadgets to get customized data according to our needs. At the end of the book, you will learn how to customize JIRA by adding new tabs, menus, and web items; communicate with JIRA via the REST APIs; and work with the JIRA database. Style and approach The most unique aspect of this book is its approach. This book is recipe-based, with real-world examples, that will empower you to implement agile processes and explore the exciting capabilities of Jira.
Over 120 unique recipes to build effective enterprise and business applications, 2nd Edition
Author: Holger Brunn
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Odoo is a full-featured open source ERP with a focus on extensibility. The flexibility and sustainability of open source is also a key selling point of Odoo. It is built on a powerful framework for rapid application development, both for back-end applications and front-end websites. The latest v10 has quite a few updates that will interest ...
Building, testing, and packaging modular software with modern CMake
Author: Radovan Bast
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Learn CMake through a series of task-based recipes that provide you with practical, simple, and ready-to-use CMake solutions for your code Key Features Learn to configure, build, test, and package software written in C, C++, and Fortran Progress from simple to advanced tasks with examples tested on Linux, macOS, and Windows Manage code complexity and library dependencies with reusable CMake building blocks Book Description CMake is cross-platform, open-source software for managing the build process in a portable fashion. This book features a collection of recipes and building blocks with tips and techniques for working with CMake, CTest, CPack, and CDash. CMake Cookbook includes real-world examples in the form of recipes that cover different ways to structure, configure, build, and test small- to large-scale code projects. You will learn to use CMake's command-line tools and master modern CMake practices for configuring, building, and testing binaries and libraries. With this book, you will be able to work with external libraries and structure your own projects in a modular and reusable way. You will be well-equipped to generate native build scripts for Linux, MacOS, and Windows, simplify and refactor projects using CMake, and port projects to CMake. What you will learn Configure, build, test, and install code projects using CMake Detect operating systems, processors, libraries, files, and programs for conditional compilation Increase the portability of your code Refactor a large codebase into modules with the help of CMake Build multi-language projects Know where and how to tweak CMake configuration files written by somebody else Package projects for distribution Port projects to CMake Who this book is for If you are a software developer keen to manage build systems using CMake or would like to understand and modify CMake code written by others, this book is for you. A basic knowledge of C++, C, or Fortran is required to understand the topics covered in this book.
How do you use PowerShell to navigate the filesystem, manage files and folders, or retrieve a web page? This introduction to the PowerShell language and scripting environment provides more than 400 task-oriented recipes to help you solve all kinds of problems. Intermediate to advanced system administrators will find more than 100 tried-and-tested scripts they can copy and use immediately. Updated for PowerShell 5.1 and Open Source PowerShell up to 7.0 and beyond, this comprehensive cookbook includes hands-on recipes for common tasks and administrative jobs that you can apply whether you're on the client or server version of Windows. You also get quick references to technologies used in conjunction with PowerShell, including regular expressions, the XPath language, format specifiers, and frequently referenced .NET, COM, and WMI classes. Learn how to use PowerShell on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 Tour PowerShell's core features, including the command model, object-based pipeline, and ubiquitous scripting Master fundamentals such as the interactive shell, pipeline, and object concepts Perform common tasks that involve working with files, internet-connected scripts, user interaction, and more Solve tasks in systems and enterprise management, such as working with Active Directory and the filesystem
The Online Trading Cookbook is a unique resource for busy online traders of all levels, addressing the need amongst the growing number of those trading and investing from home for solid, low risk trading strategies which they can incorporate into a busy lifestyle. Suitable for all levels of retail trader and is supplemented by useful advice on the best trading tools, websites and brokers, the different markets available to trade, tips on risk and money management. The book is divided into sections based on levels of complexity and contains specific strategies used by profitable hedge funds as well as strategies used by other professionals, all of which can be implemented by private investors. The opening chapter discusses the professional tools traders will need, from multi-screen hardware, best websites, trading software, data services, brokers, trading products and the types of traders suited to each type of trading. The following chapters give concise novice, intermediate and advanced strategies for short and long term traders. The cookbook format is one of the most popular for teaching complicated subjects. Trading skills are presented and learnt as simply as recipes. This book provides exactly that from trading strategies to risk and money management. Each page presents as ingredients what the trader needs to do, the tools and the preparation with successful examples illustrated on the facing page. Both the proven format and its simplicity are compelling and unique in their application to trading. Written by two celebrated experts in the field, The Online Trading Cookbook is the perfect starting point for anyone wishing to learn to trade or for advanced traders wishing to further their knowledge.
Alongside its popular web server, NGINX provides a dynamic application server that supports configuration through a RESTful JSON API. The open source NGINX Unit server deploys configuration changes without service disruptions and runs apps built with multiple languages and frameworks. This updated cookbook shows developers, DevOps personnel, network admins, and cloud infrastructure pros how to quickly get started with NGINX Unit. Hands-on recipes demonstrate Unit’s new approach and show you how to deploy and configure this server for different applications. You’ll learn how to run applications written in different languages on the same server, how to use NGINX Unit as the foundation for your web application development environment, and how Unit’s RESTful API simplifies configuration. Learn how Unit differs from other middleware application servers Install Unit using source code, Red Hat and Debian systems, or third-party repositories Configure Unit using application, router, and listener objects Start and stop the Unit server and the applications it runs Manage user permissions, Linux namespace isolation, and API security Run WordPress, Django, and other web applications with Unit Serve applications with an NGINX proxy or load balancer