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I waited for a month for this book to arrive from Amazon. It's a US publication so you have to translate words like broil, lima and navy beans. But it's comprehensive. Only one way to find out if it's any good is to try the recipes which will happen all next week. Only a few pictures but 299 pages including an index.
28th Nov 2007, 22:13   | tags:

hildegard says:

Any good? Vegan cookbooks of the past could get so lost in the "make your own soya yoghourt" end of things that they often lost sight of all the good food that just happens to be vegan. A plate of bubble & squeak is a fine vegan dish, after all...

28th Nov 2007, 22:41

biffadigital says:

Looks good so far - it's not just another cous cous salad book. Will be cooking from this starting Friday - i need some new ideas.
Check - Post Punk Kitchen
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28th Nov 2007, 23:02

Helen says:

Yeah, I could definitely do with a vegan cookbook with normal ingredients.

Looking forward to seeing what you cook up from this.

28th Nov 2007, 23:07

hildegard says:

"Normal Vegan Food" Now there's a title I should try to get on the shelves. I know just the stuff. Roast squash with soy, sesame seeds & maple syrup, Root Soup, cucumber sandwiches, baked spuds with red pepper sauce & green salad, pasta with brocolli sauce, asparagus risotto, vegan sushi...

28th Nov 2007, 23:13

Helen says:

Apple crumble. Pasta sauces. Chillies...

28th Nov 2007, 23:16

hildegard says:

Chips with mushy peas...

28th Nov 2007, 23:42

Helen says:

Soup and stews.

28th Nov 2007, 23:50

hildegard says:

Ok, I give in, I'm going to find a snack.

28th Nov 2007, 23:53

biffadigital says:

There is stuff with tempeh in the book. I've just watched Gordon Ramsey on the telly - glad i gave up fat and flesh give me baked beans anyday.

29th Nov 2007, 00:34

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