Book Meets Bland Claims Head-On with Flavoursome Recipes

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Book Meets Bland Claims Head-On with Flavoursome Recipes


VEGANISM, vegetarianism, gluten-free, soy-free; the list of special diets is endless these days.

Helping to break through the confusion, new cook book Veganissimo! is informative and easy to read.

It explains the principles behind the growing trend of veganism. It is not only a healthful eating choice, but also a total lifestyle belief system.

Vegans choose to avoid consuming all-animal-based foods, including dairy products, gelatine (honey) and eggs. They also abstain from using animal-based items, such as leather, silk, wool, and any personal and household products that contain animal by-products or are tested on animals.

This vegan handbook is not just a collection of delicious recipes. It is a bible for those wishing to adopt this form of lifestyle. It contains informative pieces about the building blocks of this diet, and nutritional requirements and considerations when adopting it.

The pages are full of glorious recipes, including a chocolate torte, amazing burgers, lasagnes, tagines, hot pots, curries, and even ice-cream.

The recipes are far from stodgy or bland, and will have even the most voracious meat eater visiting the vegetable aisle in search of fresh ingredients to make these amazing recipes.

PORTOBELLO BURGERS WITH THE LOT

Ingredients -

Patties:

6 Portobello mushrooms, stalks removed

Teriyaki marinade

1 tsp olive oil

6 slices fresh/ canned pineapple

To serve:

1/4 batch of chive and cashew crA[umlaut]me cheese

6 gluten free (or standard) buns

Iceberg lettuce shredded

12 slices vegan bacon

3 tomatoes, sliced

1/2 batch onion jam

1/2 batch chunky beet dip

Method:

Place the Portobello mushrooms on baking tray, pour over teriyaki marinade and leave to marinate for 30 minutes. …

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