Veggie Burgers Every Which Way: Fresh, Flavorful and Healthy Vegan and Vegetarian Burgers—Plus Toppings, Sides, Buns and More

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The Experiment, Jul 20, 2010 - Cooking - 192 pages
Tasty, Exciting, Inexpensive—Veggie Burgers Every Which Way!
 
Whether you already subsist on veggie burgers, enjoy them occasionally, or ardently wish there was an alternative to the rubbery, over-processed frozen burgers sold in cardboard boxes, Veggie Burgers Every Which Way is the book for you—one you’ll want to cook from over and over again.
 
Author Lukas Volger, who has been making and eating veggie burgers since he was a teenager, has assembled more than thirty unique, delicious veggie burger recipes, including:
 
  • Red Lentil and Celery Root Burgers
  • Tofu and Chard Burgers
  • Baked Falafel Burgers
  • Thai Carrot Burgers
  • Sweet Potato Burgers with Lentils and Kale
  • Corn Burgers with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Goat Cheese
 
More than half the burger recipes are vegan and/or gluten-free, as are many of the extras, which include buns, sides, toppings, and condiments. Everyday ingredients ensure that all the burgers and extras are a breeze to assemble. The wide variety of tastes and flavors will excite every palate and suit every craving and occasion. And dozens of mouthwatering photographs leave no doubt that great-tasting veggie burgers can look spectacular, too!
 
 

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Contents

1 Veggie Burger Basics
1
2 Bean Grain and Nut Burgers
19
3 Vegetable Burgers
53
4 Tofu Seitan Tempeh and TVP Burgers
87
5 Burger Buns
107
Salads and Fries
123
7 Condiments and Toppings
147
Acknowledgments
165
Resources
167
Index
169
Back Cover
176
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About the author (2010)

Lukas Volger is the author of two other cookbooks, Vegetarian Entreés That Won’t Leave You Hungry and, most recently, Bowl. He is also the founder of Made by Lukas, a premium veggie burger company established in 2013, and editorial director of the biannual magazine Jarry. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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