Delicious, Authentic and Easy Recipes to Make at Home
Author: Sereena Kaul
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Spicy, speedy and easy Indian food to cook at home. QUICK... Drawing on a life time of passion for food, The Three Sisters have brought together a second collection of traditional recipes, which you can prepare and serve quickly. This beautiful cookbook combines speedy one pot curries, tasty dishes and snacks inspired by their mother’s and grandmother’s recipes – and their own experience of delicious Indian street food.
Native Americans have always been well revered for being resourceful people, and when it comes to food, there is no difference. They were well versed at using the ingredients that were readily available to them and for making many different foods with them. Included in this book is a large collection of recipes that have been chosen from many tribes located throughout the United States and Canada. Also included are a collection of stories both related to food, which offer life lessons and tell us of a past that has been somewhat forgotten. Some recipes are tradition while others have been redeveloped over the years to include new ways of cooking and include new spices and ingredients. The recipes in this collection have been chosen in a way to stay true to the Native experience. Enjoy these recipes and take a look back at a healthier nation. One which did not rely on processed foods. These stories and the recipes go hand in hand to paint a picture of Native American Indian life and history.
To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.
Slow Cooker 215 + Recipes: American, Asian, European, Indian Vegan Cookbook: Gluten Free Low GI 110 +Recipes
Author: Judy Carter
Publisher: PWPH Publications
So, you want to become vegan but you don’t want to spend a ton of money or completely turn your life upside down? Here is the book to help you along the way! Before making the transition to a plant-based diet, new herbivores are encouraged to arm themselves with information. For any significant dietary change, it’s important to embrace new habits healthfully. Vegan is more than what we buy or eat; it is a lifestyle dedicated to kindness and compassion for all. Health benefits are one of the main reasons why everyone should become a vegan. The primary benefits are: weight loss, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, less use of medication, avoiding surgery and cancer, feeling more energized, and looking great. Vegans, in addition to being vegetarian, do not use other animal products and by-products such as eggs, dairy products, honey or any product derived from animal. Many vegans choose this lifestyle to promote a more humane and caring world. They know they are not perfect, but believe they have a responsibility to try to do their best, while not being judgmental of others. This book is an attept to prompt you to have at least 2 vegan meals a day to save our planet and to keep you healthy.
More than 100 Quick and Easy Recipes for Every Season
Author: Mark Reinfeld
Publisher: Hachette UK
In this definitive guide to vegan soups, award-winning chef Mark Reinfeld gives you all the tools and tips to create easy, flavorful meals--within thirty minutes or less. Prepare to feast upon a wide array of plant-based soups-from consommés to stews, chowders to raw and dessert soups. From a selection of stocks to irresistible toppings and accompaniments, these inspired recipes cover a broad spectrum of international cuisine. Soup's On! contains an inspiring foreword by Dr. Neal Barnard and is divided into six sections: Part One: The Art of Soup Creation, with recipes for stocks such as Roasted Vegetable Stock, Mushroom Stock, and Dashi; Part Two : Vegetable-based Soups, including favorites such as French Onion Soup, Thai Coconut Soup with Lemongrass, Mayan Tomato and Corn, and African Peanut; Part Three: Soups and Stews with Grains, Legumes and Pasta, with classics like Wonton Soup, Matzo Ball Soup, Himalayan Dahl, and Brazilian Black Bean with Baked Plantains; Part Four: Creamy Blended Soups, with crowd pleasers like New England Chowder, Roasted Squash with Coconut, Creamy Fire-Roasted Tomato and Dill, and Cheesy Cauliflower Soup; Part Five: Raw and Dessert Soups, including cutting edge recipes for Spicy Strawberry Soup, Golden Gazpacho with Saffron, Raw Corn Chowder, and Raw Chocolate Mint Soup with Raspberries; Part Six: Garnishes and Sides, with recipes for Candied Pepitas, Vegan Creme Fraiche, Herbed Croutons, and Corn Bread. Soup's On! proves that you don't need meat or dairy--or a lot of time--to have a hearty, satisfying meal in a bowl!
Stop Diabetes with an Easy-to-Follow Plant-Based, Carb-Counting Diet
Author: Bonnie House
The indispensable companion to The 30-Day Diabetes Miracle, featuring more than 200 recipes to help stop diabetes and reverse many of its effects. With more than 200 vegetarian and vegan dishes, and an emphasis on “good carbs,” plus menus, helpful tips and advice, and full nutritional information, this cookbook will help people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes eat and live well. From breakfast dishes to desserts, every recipe has been created to be low glycemic, low fat (and trans-fat-free), low sodium, and cholesterol-free. Also included are: substitution charts to help readers make the transition to a plant-based diet, a glossary of cooking equipment, an appendix of cooking terms and techniques, and a list of uncommon ingredients with brand name recommendations.
Our economic times call for recipes and hints that help families get through and still put a healthy and delicious dinner onto the table, especially larger families. Some of the following recipes come from my grandmother’s handwritten notes from during the war. My grandmother would regularly have not only her family of seven to feed but her three sisters’ families, who each had five members as well. With only three occupants in the house earning an income, she became very adept at cooking filling, good, delicious healthy meals for very low cost and using many basic ingredients and being able to use the leftovers from the night before (if any) so that there were no wastage, or fresh vegetables from the garden. Some of the other recipes are specifically for using up the leftovers and still getting a full meal for seven that I have developed over the years.
The author of New Indian Home Cooking presents a fresh take on Indian recipes for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone who loves Southeast Asian cuisine. Renowned nutritionist and cooking instructor Madhu Gadia delivers a wonderful new recipe collection that is perfect for vegans looking for fresh ideas, as well as anyone who savors healthy, light recipes that don?t compromise on authenticity. Unlike most Indian vegetarian cookbooks, this unique collection avoids dairy and eggs, highlighting vegetables, and making use of soy products and other simple substitutions. It also offers nutritional analyses, as well as notes on serving, history, and variations.