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  • By Catherine Greenall
    Oct 19, 2010
    This is a collection of Catherine's own recipes, and there is a good, well balanced selection with standard recipes such as Lentil Cottage Pie through to the more unusual and intriguing, including Beer Battered Beetroot! The book has been self-published on Lulu and includes colour photographs of many of the dishes. Vegan Village Catherine has written a cookbook that really challenges the notion that vegan cooking is dull. There are plenty of exciting recipes to make from simple teatime meals to gourmet evening meals to impress your guests. The recipes in the book are an interesting mix of international cuisine and also some traditional Lancashire dishes which is Catherine's home county. The author also provides 'food for thought' for the reader by describing the reasons that influenced her decision to become vegan including the environmental, health and ethical arguments for veganism. The book contains recipe ideas for warming, hearty soups, light appetisers and starters and some... More > delicious main courses. Such as 'aubergine parmagiana' a cheesy baked stuffed aubergine dish, or 'beancurd, vegetables and cashew nuts in a chilli sauce with crispy fried aubergine'. Desserts include delights such as 'blackberry sorbet' and 'blueberry and raspberry cheesecake.' The photos accompanying the dishes are rustic and homely in appearance rather than restaurant chic, but this has the effect of making the meals seem 'doable' for both novice and experienced cooks. This cookbook contains recipes which will be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike Wrexham Veggies The first thing that impressed me was the availability of the ingredients used. I found them to be easily accessible which is great as sometimes more obscure items are difficult to get hold of. Sometimes a recipe will be overlooked because one or two things are missing. The step by step instructions are also very well written and easy to follow, helping to avoid mistakes and disasters. The photos that accompany each recipe are very appetising and really make you want to make the food. I think the book is good for people who have recently decided to follow a vegan/vegetarian diet and also for people who have been following this diet for a while. It offers variety and shows non vegans that the vegan diet needn't be restrictive. i found that the recipes will appeal not just to vegans/vegetarians but to all people who appreciate fine food. Altogether an entertaining and useful book that would be an asset to anyone’s collection. Mark Bateman Vegan Society Merseyside< Less
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Product Details

First Edition
Catherine Greenall
November 18, 2008
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Full color
0.91 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
7.44 wide x 9.68 tall
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