Vegan Food and Cooking
A Practical Guide to the Vegan Kitchen With 40 Tempting Recipes, Including Nutritional Advice and 350 Step-By-Step Photographs
Tony Bishop-Weston & Yvonne Bishop-Weston
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Whether you are already a vegan, or are considering becoming one, this book offers a wealth of advice and some tasty recipes for living a healthy vegan life. It covers what foods and products to avoid and how to replace them, maintaining a balanced diet, preparing meals for the family, planning foods for pregnancy, eating out and plenty of ideas for entertaining friends at home.
An in-depth directory of ingredients contains every kind of natural food, from fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds to tofu, herbs and vegan alternatives to dairy products. Each ingredient is supplied with information about its key health benefits and how to incorporate it into dishes.
The book also contains 40 sumptuous recipes so that you can put all these ingredients into action. The recipe section covers something for all occasions, from breakfast, smoothies, juices, soups, salads and lunches to main courses and desserts. Dishes include Classic Cooked Breakfast, Herb and Sundried Polenta with Fried Tomatoes, Smoked Tofu and Vegetable Fusilli, Black Bean Hotpot and Spiced Sorbet Pears.
This stunning visual guide is illustrated with over 350 photographs and is packed full of clear advice, nutritional information and tasty recipes. It is a perfect addition to the kitchen shelves of anyone who loves to cook natural, wholesome food, especially those wanting to make the most out of a vegan life.
Tony Bishop-Weston grew up in his family’s delicatessen in London and successfully ran an award-winning hotel in Scotland before returning to London. Yvonne Bishop-Weston has worked in the health food industry ever since leaving university. She managed health food stores, ran the pioneering vegetarian catering company, Cranks, and was the vegetarian face of The Food Doctor before setting up her own nutrition consultancy Foods for Life in London. An accomplished nutritionist, she has tutored at London¹s Institute of Optimum Nutrition, appeared in most of the UK newspapers and many of the magazines and now appears regularly on British TV
I love cookbooks that have great pics to accompany the recipes. My only complaint is I would like more recipes. I read this and bought some tofu, the same day! This book inspired me to substitute cubed Tofu for the Beef in my Beef and Broccoli recipe and it actually was tasty. Looking forward to trying some of the recipes!