photo credit (cookbook): Angela Liddon - Angela has 2 different covers for Canada and US. The photography above is the Canadian cover. The photo you'll see below is the US cover. The content of both books is exactly the same. The Material in this web site will be of general informational use and it is not designed to constitute medical advice, probable diagnosis, or recommended treatments. it's Vegan! I'm a morning person based in Baltimore, USA. My mission is to set-up healthy plant-based recipes that anyone would enjoy, using seasonal produce with inspiration from global flavors.
I loved that nearly every recipe had an image. Such fantastic photography! She also put substitution notes on recipes that may be made differently for folks with nut, gluten, sugar, etc. allergies. She uses healthy, natural ingredients and will not rely on the lot of tofu and tempeh, with I liked. She cooks with lots of beans, lentils, and vegetables and her recipes looked simple, fast, and easy to make. I've already tried her Apple Pie Oatmeal and it was fantastic! Her smoothies look good, too!
A chipotle, (pronounced chi-POT-lee), is a smoke-dried jalapeño chilli, used in many Mexican recipes. Chipotle paste, (which is fairly no problem finding in supermarkets nowadays), has a unique smoky flavour, and adds a pleasant warm and deep spice to a straightforward chilli such as this one. About Blog - Vegan recipes, fusion Mauritian recipes, all things crafty & lovely.
Het boek is opgedeeld in 10 hoofdstukken: ontbijt, smoothies, appetizers, salades (en daar zitten enkele pareltjes in!), soups, entrées, sides, power snacks, desserts en homemade staples (hoe je amandelmelk, havermeel, banana soft serve, geroosterde look, cashew cream, kokosslagroom etc. maakt, en andere simpele smaakmakers/klassiekers in de plantaardige keuken). Elk hoofdstuk bevat 8 à 10 recepten, behalve dat van de homemade staples (bijna 30 recepten).
To begin with, full disclosure - I am not really a vegan. Maybe someday. I am engaged in a slow process of shifting just how I map out meals and finding vegan dishes that I would like to eat as much (or even more) than non-vegan dishes. THEREFORE I look to the internet and cookbooks for inspiration. What I love concerning this cookbook is that it breaks down tasty vegan cooking into simple terms. It does not make an effort to vegan-ize regular dishes (for the most part), something I believe usually fails (she does execute a 'meat loaf', which I have not tried, but will give a whirl... which I am sure my children will appreciate ;). The book does not call for a pantry packed with exotic and hard-to-find ingredients. Tempeh is hard to find in my city (no joke!), but there are a few places which may have it now. Other than that, I can easily go to my grocer and get everything I need for these recipes.