- Published: New York : Marlowe & Co. : Distributed by Publishers Group West, c2007.
- Year Published: 2007
- Description: xvii, 298 p.,  p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
- Language: English
- Format: Book
- Vegan cooking.
- Vegetarian cooking.
- Milk-free diet -- Recipes.
- Gluten-free diet -- Recipes.
- Low-fat diet -- Recipes.
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Veganomicon : the ultimate vegan cookbook
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Call number: 641.5636 Mo
Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Fl., Malletts Adult, West Adult
Stocking the veganomicon pantry -- Kitchen equipment -- Cooking and prepping terminology -- Lower-fat cooking -- How to cook a vegetable -- How to cook a grain -- How to cook a bean -- Snacks, appetizers, little meals, dips, and spreads -- Brunch -- Salads and dressings -- Dressings -- Sammiches -- Vegetables -- Grains -- Beans -- Tofu, tempeh, and seitan -- Soups -- Casseroles -- One-pot meals and stove-top specialties -- Pasta, noodles, and risotto -- Sauces and fillings -- Breads, muffins, and scones -- Cookies and bars -- Desserts.
But there's a reason why it's so popular in the vegan/vegetarian community - it really is an amazing cookbook. So many of the recipes are imaginative and unique to this book - I've never seen a recipe like Spicy Tempeh Broccoli Rabe anywhere else before (which I HIGHLY recommend) - and I've only run into a few duds (the Rustic White Bean and Mushrooms with the Tomato Couscous with Capers, a combination suggested by the book, was pretty awful). And when I've served some of these dishes to non-vegans, they've always enjoyed it!
Although this cookbook isn't specifically gluten-free or allergen-free, with a little know-how you can easily turn many of these recipes into something safe for allergy-sufferers to eat (pumpkin/sunflower seeds for nuts, rice/hemp/coconut milk for soymilk, brown rice pasta instead of wheat, etc.).
No matter how many other cookbooks I get, I always find myself coming back to this one for our family favorites.
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