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  • Published: New York : Marlowe & Co. : Distributed by Publishers Group West, c2007.
  • Year Published: 2007
  • Description: xvii, 298 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

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  • 9781569242643
  • 156924264X

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Veganomicon : the ultimate vegan cookbook

by Moskowitz, Isa Chandra.

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Where To Find It

Call number: 641.5636 Mo

Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Fl., Malletts Adult, West Adult

Additional Details

Includes indexes.

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.

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This cookbook is amazing. I constantly pull it off my kitchen shelf for meal inspiration and to go back to my new favorite recipes (must-tries are the Southwestern Corn Pudding, Tamarind Lentils, Snobby Joes, Black eyed Pea Collard Wraps, smoky grilled tempeh, and so many others!). It is an incredible resource for cooking tips, like how to cook/prepare a specific ingredient in a wide variety of ways. I love that it has so many categories: "little meals" or apps, entrees, vegetable dishes, main proteins, breakfast, dessert.... plus the authors are hilarious and their writing is very entertaining. #1 must-have cookbook for vegans/vegetarians/anyone who wants to eat delicious food.

wonderful vegan noms

This is one of my favorite cookbooks of all time. It's a great collection of recipes by two of the top vegan cookbook authors. Everything they make looks good. Isa's magic is an absolute gift for those looking for easy vegan recipes for daily use.

Highly recommended for anyone's kitchen!

When I was given this cookbook as a gift, I was skeptical about it. "There's no way it will live up to all the hype around it," I thought. "And it's not going to be helpful with my food allergies at all." From the outset, I almost didn't want to like it.

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.

A must-have vegan cookbook!

We have really enjoyed all the recipes made from this book. Even my vegan-skeptic teen liked the lasagne. The pumpkin ziti was a revelation in pasta without tomato or cream sauce. The recipes are nicely laid out and easy to follow.

One of my favorites

This cookbook is one of my staple cookbooks. Nearly everything I have made from it is great, and for the most part the recipes are pretty simple and call for easy-to-find ingredients.

Vegan

This is the best vegan cook book I have found. Everything I have made from it was fantastic.

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