Vegetarian recipes and info
by Laura K. Lawless
Dessert is one of the main things people say they just can’t give up in order to be vegan (cheese is the other), but that’s only because they think it’s impossible to make their favorite treats without animal products. With a cookbook like Sinfully Vegan, there’s no need to give up cake or ice cream – you just need to learn a new way to make them.
Sweet peas, split peas, black-eyed peas… they’re all nutritious and delicious. Check out my favorite vegetarian recipes featuring peas.
Vegan, cholesterol-free, and thoroughly delicious, this chocolate babka won a blue ribbon at the 2001 Monmouth County Fair.
Sweet and tangy marinated tofu makes a fine fake pastrami. Serve it with quinoa or rice, or thinly slice for sandwiches.
Linda Long asked 25 famous chefs to create three- to four-course vegan meals. She combined their biographies, recipes, and cooking and plating tips with her photos to make a visually stunning, inspirational book.
I was never a huge fan of Chinese food, but one dish I did like was cashew chicken. With some tinkering, I came up with a quick and easy seitan version.
Far more than the sum of their parts, these baked zucchini pecan pancakes are easy to make and taste great at any temperature, making them ideal for picnics and potlucks.
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