The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Cooking: Bring Health and Compassion to Your Table with 240 Plant-Based Recipes

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Penguin, Aug 5, 2008 - Cooking - 352 pages

Delicious recipes for the growing vegan lifestyle.

There are so many reasons to go vegan-health and nutrition, weight loss, green and sustainable living, and prevention of cruelty to animals. With over 200 mouth-watering recipes and tips for converting meat- and dairybased dishes into vegan ones, The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Vegan Cooking will help readers enjoy a healthy vegan diet without sacrificing taste.

 

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Contents

Vegan Cooking Basics
1
Healthful Vegan Cooking
3
Eating Vegan for Your Health
4
Pyramid Schemes
10
Planning Healthful Meals
12
Simple Substitutions
15
Move Over Milk
20
Better Than Butter
21
Cheese and Dairy Alternatives
103
A Guide to Vegan Dairy Products
104
Lets Do Lunch
115
Soups On
117
Hearty Chilis Chowders and Stews
129
Dazzling Dressings and MixedGreens Salads
139
More Sensational Salads
155
Satisfying Sandwiches
167

Say Cheese
22
Eqqless and No Regrets
23
Gelatin Alternatives
24
How Sweet It Is
25
Honey Dont
26
Veganizing Tips
27
Better Vegan Baking
28
Morning Meal Options
29
Fast and Easy Breakfasts
31
Weekend Breakfasts and Brunches
43
Sweet and Savory Baked Goods
55
Teasers and Toppers
69
Appealing Appetizers and Snacks
71
Nibble on This
72
Tantalizing Toppers and Spreads
83
Salsas Sauces and Gravies
93
Whats for Dinner?
183
Marvelous Main Dishes
185
Perfect Pasta and Polenta
203
Very Veggie Side Dishes
217
Lively Legumes
229
Fresh Frozen Canned or Dried?
230
Great Grains
243
Sweet Endings
255
Cookies Bars and Brownies
257
NoBake Treats
269
StoveTop Sensations
270
Decadent Desserts
279
Glossary
297
Resources
301
Index
305
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About the author (2008)

Beverly Lynn Bennett has been working in restaurants of over 20 years, and as a chef in vegan restaurants since the early 1990s. She presently cooks at Sundance Natural Foods in Eugene, Oregon. She's also a monthly columnist for VegNews, and she's appeared at food festivals and on local PBS affiliates, preparing her own recipes. She is author of Eat Your Veggies! Recipes from the Kitchen of the Vegan Chef.

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