The Veganopolis Cookbook: A Manual for Great Vegan Cooking

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Agate Publishing, Oct 1, 2010 - Cooking - 256 pages
Vegan cooking has been exploding in popularity over the past decade. Once limited to a small number of zealous adherents, veganism has become steadily more mainstream. David Stowell and George Black's Veganopolis Cafeteria restaurant developed a huge international following for its delicious, no-nonsense, versatile vegan cooking. Now, they've captured their most popular Veganopolis recipes in their new cookbook, featuring the breadth of delicious, versatile, and accessible recipes that popularized their restaurant. This is not ground-level vegan cooking. Though there are plenty of simpler recipes for kitchen novices — including lots of soups, sandwiches, and salads — it also offers lots of more ambitious recipes. The Veganopolis Cookbook is an important addition to the home-chef's bookshelf and every bookstore's vegan cooking section.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Stocks and Soups
14
Chapter 2 Salads
56
Chapter 3 Dressings Saucesand Gravy
76
Chapter 4 Breakfast Sensations
102
Chapter 5 Sandwiches
120
Chapter 6 Vegan Proteins
142
Chapter 7 Entrées and Sides
168
Chapter 8 Baked Goods
222
Index
248
Acknowledgments
255
About the Authors
256
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About the author (2010)

David Stowell and George Black are longtime chefs who operated their Veganopolis Cafeteria in Portland, Oregon, from 2003 to 2008, and re-opened it in their native Chicago in 2010.

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