In this book, you will find the latest information about how what you eat affects your health, the environment, and the existence of the animals who share this planet, along with in-depth discussions of ground-breaking work by these internationally respected experts: Heart specialist, Dean Ornish, M.D.; Nutrition scientist, T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.; Weight loss expert, Terry Shintani, M.D.; Farm Sanctuary founders, Gene and Lorri Bauston; Vegetarian nutritionist, Suzanne Havala, R.D.; Population analysis, David Pimentel, Ph.D.; Mad Cow disease expert, Stephen Dealler, M.D.; Rangeland activist, Lynn Jacobs.
Sarah Kramer is a vegan cooking superstar. Her first two books, How It All Vegan and The Garden of Vegan, co-authored with Tanya Barnard, have sold well over 100,000 copies; How It All Vegan won the Veggie Award for favorite cookbook of 2004 by VegNews magazine, and Herbivore magazine, in a cover story on Sarah, called her "The World's Coolest Vegan."
Sarah returns with her first solo cookbook, featuring more of the delectable, easy-to-prepare recipes that vegans around the world have come to adore. For Sarah, vegan cooking--which eschews all animal products, including butter, milk, and cheese--can be an adventure in dining, without a lot of investment in time or money. In fact, most of the recipes in La Dolce Vegan can be prepared in 20 to 30 minutes or less. From soups and salads to entrees and desserts, they are sure to inspire both committed and part-time vegans alike.
At the heart of the book is Sarah's wholehearted commitment to the vegan lifestyle that has changed her life completely--from a childhood plagued with health problems to an adulthood filled with the pleasures and joys of living vegan. For Sarah, an animal-free diet will make you happier, healthier, and more content with the world around you.
In addition to the wonderful recipes, there is a fun do-it-yourself section of vegan tips and non-food items. Learn to live the sweet life of veganism and you'll never look back
Recipes include: Beauty and the Beet Borscht, Mocked Clam Chowder, Roasted Cherry Tomato Pasta, Sloppy Janes, Blessed Broccoli Stir-Fry, Apple Pie Pancakes, Carob Almond Truffles, and Tomato Soup Cake.
Sarah Kramer is the co-author of How It All Vegan and The Garden of Vegan. She lives in Victoria, British Columbia, with her husband, where she manages a tattoo shop in addition to creating her vegan masterpieces and maintaining her popular website www.GoVegan.net.
Add flair and flavor to your meals with the first vegetarian cookbook to incorporate wine or spirits in every recipe
With the simple addition of a splash of wine or spirits, meatless dishes take on a new dimension of flavor. Potato Salad springs to life with a Red Zinfandel Dressing. Saffron Risotto is especially aromatic when served with vegetables in a Chardonnay sauce. The Spirited Vegetarian offers a totally different and unique approach to vegetarian cooking, demonstrating through over 100 tantalizing recipes how the innovative cook can use wine and spirits to prepare meatless cuisine with sophistication and style.
Well-known cookbook author Paulette Mitchell draws on classic recipes as well as her own contemporary creations as she serves up entr es that range from hearty Roasted Vegetables with Polenta Triangles and Sangiovese Tomato Sauce to delectable Ruby Port-Glazed Portobello Mushrooms. Chilled Prosecco-Melon Soup is a refreshing addition to a sizzling summer brunch; Cannellini Bean Bourguinonne is sure to satisfy on a frosty night; and anyone for whom dessert is an anticipated and irresistible part of the meal will revel in such confectionary delights as Chocolate-Cherry Bread Pudding with Sherry Cream, Apricot Brandy Pound Cake, and Salame Dolce, a rich Amaretto-flavored chocolate log.
These colorful dishes from the eastern shores of the Mediterranean make up an exciting selection of vegetarian recipes. Dips, soups, raw and cooked salads, main courses, and desserts are all easily achieved with readily available ingredients. Delectable dishes such as Squash Blossoms, Dolmades, Moussaka, and Exotic Fruit Salad add zest and variety to vegetarian fare.The author, herself a native of Greece, offers ideas for gluten- and dairy-free cooking as well as tips for the proper presentation and balance of Greek cuisine.
The Zen priest explores his years of discovery in the kitchen and combines spirituality with the skills of a master chef to offer recipes and techniques for dishes both simple and elegant.
Fibre can aid your digestive system and help protect against heart disease and cancer. In this cookbook, vegan author Bryanna Clark Grogan demonstrates how to use high-fibre foods to make recipes that are designed to be as tasty as they are good for you. All the recipes are vegan.