Vegan Diner: Classic Comfort Food for the Body and Soul (Google eBook)

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Running Press, 2011 - Cooking - 193 pages
8 Reviews
Finally, a collection of recipes that provides guilt-free comfort-food indulgence for vegans everywhere. With 125 recipes and more than 30 food photos, author Julie Hasson aims to introduce plant-based diner fare both savory and sweet. This new vegan classic covers breakfast, lunch, and supper from the diner-gone-vegan!

From pancakes, waffles, and luscious muffins to scrambles, faux Benedicts, and homemade sausage, this vegan cookbook has breakfast sizzling. Traditional lunches get a healthy new lease through clubs, open-faced sandwiches, soups, and pastas. Even filling casseroles, comforting mac-and-cheese, and slow-cooked stews are deliciously reinterpreted, followed by desserts ranging from shakes to creamy cheesecakes.

  

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Review: Vegan Diner: Classic Comfort Food for the Body and Soul

User Review  - Jo - Goodreads

Not a fave for me personally but it delivers on the title. Good recipes for those looking for faux meat taste. Don't expect healthy meals (like low fat, whole foods or low cal), it is a diner-style ... Read full review

Review: Vegan Diner: Classic Comfort Food for the Body and Soul

User Review  - Brandi - Goodreads

I'm not vegan, but I'm not against eating vegan either. I found some of the recipes interesting enough that I purchases some silken tofu and vegan cream cheese...we'll see what happens. Read full review

Contents

Breads
53
Soups Salads Sides
67
Main Courses
91
Desserts
123
Sauces Incidentals
157
Resources
182
Index
184
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About the author (2011)

Julie Hasson and her husband started their web-based cooking show, Everyday Dish TV, after realizing that the market was ripe for an accessible vegan show. She is the author of five cookbooks, and has contributed to numerous magazines. She lives near Portland, Oregon

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