Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day!: Revolutionary New Takes on Everyone's Favorite Anytime Meal

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Fair Winds Press, Sep 1, 2012 - Cooking - 192 pages

"Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes have reinvented the sandwich, taking it to all new heights with spectacular creations that will forever change your perception of lunch (and breakfast and dinner, too!)."—Julie Hasson, author of Vegan Diner, The Complete Book of Pies, and more

"Celine and Tamasin have the magic touch; everything they make turns out delicious! Who knew you could fit so much flavor between two slices of bread?"—Hannah Kaminsky, author of My Sweet Vegan, Vegan Desserts, and Vegan a la Mode

"This is the first time I've ever found myself drooling over sandwiches. This book oozes with gorgeous photos, creative recipes, and flavorful wit that make you want to read it like a novel, from cover to cover."—Alisa Fleming, author of Go Dairy Free and founder of GoDairyFree.org

"Take two super-creative, experienced, and highly regarded vegan cookbook authors, allow them to apply their imagination and exceptional palates to a theme where there are few boundaries other than slices of bread, and you have this incredible book."—Carla Kelly, author of Quick and Easy Vegan Bake Sale and Quick and Easy Vegan Slow Cooking

101 Colorful Sandwiches Your Brown Bag Never Saw Coming

What’s the best thing since sliced bread? The sandwich of course! Layered with flavor, simple and portable, and full of endless variety, sandwiches have been stealing the show for as long as they’ve existed.

But it’s time for the traditional, calorie-laden, meat-centric sandwich to move over, because there’s a new sheriff in town—the vegan sandwich! Filled with healthy, natural, plant-based ingredients, vegan sandwiches are your one-stop shop to total breakfast, lunch, or dinner satisfaction.

Inside Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day!, you’ll find 101 amazing combinations to suit any time, any craving, and any occasion, including:

—Berry-Stuffed French Toast Pockets

—Apricot Breakfast Panini

—Puff Pastry Pot Pie Sandwiches

—Mango Basil Wraps

—Portobello Po' Boys

—Mediterranean Tempeh Sandwiches

—Mango Butter and Ginger Whoopie Pies

Whether you're vegan or just looking to incorporate more meatless meals into your diet without spending hours in the kitchen, you'll find the tasty solution you're looking for—no fork required!

 

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User Review  - MaryAnn12 - LibraryThing

I can make these recipes quickly, they fill me up and most of all I cannot stress enough how yummy and cheap these recipes are! I recommend this book to EVERYONE vegan or not! If you are even just ... Read full review

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User Review  - schatzi - LibraryThing

This cookbook is amazing! After becoming a vegan, I had kind of resigned myself to eating peanut butter sandwiches for the rest of my life. I mean, not that I hate peanut butter sandwiches, but ... Read full review

Contents

The best thing to happen to sliced bread
9
SANDWICHING MADE EASY Tips and tricks to make your sandwichbuilding experience a breeze
11
RISE AND WICH The early bird gets the breakfast sandwich
17
GOING TOPLESS Bread at the bottom filling on top Rated R for ravenous
37
KEEP IT COOL Chilled makeahead sandwiches ready for eating whenever hunger strikes
55
THE CLASSICS AND DELI DELIGHTS Retro dinerstyle sandwiches that will rock your world
85
BOLD NEW GROUND Pushing the boundaries of tastebud adventure No passport required
121
SWEETNESS FOLLOWS Sweet desserts for a perfectly sandwiched final touch to your meal
161
THE BUILDING BLOCKS A few incredible and indispensable staple recipes
175
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
184
INDEX
185
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About the author (2012)

Tamasin Noyes is the author of American Vegan Kitchen and Grills Gone Vegan. She is the founder of http://www.veganappetite.com and has worked as a committed cookbook tester for many well-known vegan cookbook authors including Isa Chandra Moskowitz, Terry Hope Romero, and Robin Robertson. She resides in Ashtabula, OH.

Celine Steen is the author of several books and the founder of the award-winning blog Have Cake, Will Travel (http://www.havecakewilltravel.com). After over a decade of vegetarian eating, she decided to switch to a vegan lifestyle. Fearing it might mean the end of all good desserts, she decided to start making her own, for lack of ready-made and affordable options offered in her hometown. She lives in Bakersfield, CA.

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