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Product Details

  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Robert Rose (March 8, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0778802949
  • ISBN-13: 978-0778802945
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.8 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #683,826 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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VIV Magazine, July 2012
"... provides an arsenal of recipes to combat those who still think vegans live on twigs and seeds.  Among the main dish recipes, you'll find spring vegetable pot pies, Northwest Passage cedar-planked tofu, roasted beet tacos, Korean BBQ and even county fair corn chip pie. And there are vegan dessert and drink recipes in the book as well. Handy tips and variations are peppered throughout as well, such as how to turn garlicky croutons into panzanella salad or advice for properly sealing artichoke ravioli -- and discerning when it's done cooking."

Huffington Post, May 2012
 "What sets the book apart from other vegan cookbooks is the "Vegan from Scratch" chapter which provides information on making everything from Soy Cream Cheese, Smoky Maple Tofu Bacon Slices to homemade Soy Milk and Almond Milk. And she urges those who want to eat vegan to read labels of the products "because some of those on the market are not necessarily healthier."

Food & Nutrition Magazine - magazine of the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals - March 2012
"These tempting vegan options include a wide and varied range of tantalizing meal ideas -- from amazing appetizers and salads to hearty soups, incredibly satisfying main courses and decadent desserts. This outstanding cookbook contains so much more than just incredible vegan offerings (that are also guaranteed to appeal to non-vegans and non-vegetarians) -- ... These recipes really bring a wholly authentic vegan lifestyle into the home kitchen!"

Seattle Post Intellegence, June 2012
"If you are looking for vegan recipes because you want to add more to your diet, or if you are already vegan, I know you'll find the collection in 350 Best Vegan Recipes by Deb Roussou a pleasant addition. If you are planning to switch to being vegan, I truly suggest 350 Best Vegan Recipes to start with; they are simple to make and give a great array of transitional recipes. Recommended!" -

The Washington Times, June  2012
"Chesapeake bay cakes, a kind of vegan crab cake don't taste especially crab-like but are a veggie burger revelation. Hers are so much better than any commercial ones available, you'll eat them as snacks." The other recipe I tried was the one for Chocolate espresso cookies. Amazing yumminess without butter or eggs. "

One of the greatest starter guides to the veg life that I've ever seen. (Canadian Gift Guide 2012-05-18)

Deb Roussou, author of 350 Best Vegan Recipes, makes vegetable dishes that are simple to prepare and are suitable for Passover. (Jesusalem Post 2012-04-11)

You don't have to be a vegan to appreciate the tasteful and healthy recipes in Deb Roussou's new cookbook. (Myrtle Beach Restaurant News 2012-04-12)

An amazing array of recipes, that even if you have not ever considered vegan foods before, will get your curiosity level a bit higher. You will definitely find the vegan fare here irresistible, and we dare you not to find at least one dish you can try and then pass judgment. This book makes the allure of vegan foods all the more tempting and tantalizing. (Shelf Life Magazine 2012-06-01)

From the Author


Montreal Gazette, June 2012
"... [an] excellent book.. "
 
This Dish is Veg, June 2012
"If I could only have one vegan cookbook, I've decided it would be Deb Roussou's 350 Best Vegan Recipes. It's a comprehensive source for all the basics, everyday fare, and special occasion delights a vegan cook could want. It's the first vegan cookbook I can rely on as I did my pre-vegan favorites, such as The Joy of Cooking or Southern Living Cookbook."
   
The Jerusalem Post, April 2012
"Deb Roussou, author of 350 Best Vegan Recipes, makes vegetable dishes that are simple to prepare and are suitable for Passover.  Roussou also makes an easy Mediterranean casserole that requires no separate sauteing of the components. She layers salted eggplant slices, after patting them dry, in a baking pan with sliced red onion, mushrooms, green peppers and tomatoes, drizzles them with olive oil and sprinkles them with chopped fresh oregano, salt and pepper; she then bakes the casserole in a medium oven until the vegetables are tender. Roussou serves the casserole for lunch with a Greek salad but you could also bake it alongside a chicken for an easy-to-make holiday or Shabbat dinner."
 
Redding Record Searchlight, April 2012
"For those looking to go vegan, eat more vegetarian or looking for a selection of tasty healthy recipes, ...Deb Roussou has written just the book.  ...She also included a chapter for vegan cocktails, including a nondairy version of Irish cream and a spicy cocktail called the Mexican Velvet Elvis featuring chocolate, chili powder and tequila."
 
Sacramento News & Review, May 2012
"...But are Deb Roussou's indeed the best? It's going to take a while to try them all, but it looks like a tasty process." ...And the Rustic Open-Faced Peach Pie looks drool-worthy enough to make Martha Stewart eat her heart out (such a non-vegan expression, isn't it?)."
 
Myrtle Beach Restaurant News, April 2012
"You don't have to be a vegan to appreciate the tasteful and healthy recipes in Deb Roussou's new cookbook, "350 Best Vegan Recipes. Several basic recipes can turn anyone into a gourmet vegan cook, with instructions for making creme fraiche, ricotta, vegetable broth and other recipe foundations..."

Excerpted from interview with Washington [DC] Times - June 2012
Ms. Roussou took the time to answer some questions.
1)What was the inspiration behind book?
Due to the lack of an active labor board in our town I was raised in my family's restaurant with a very strong work ethic.  When I was asked by Robert Rose Publishing to write a "Best" book with 350 recipes my work ethic compelled me to write a book that really did have 350 great recipes with no fillers.
 
I think inspiration builds upon itself. As I got into writing the book I found it sometimes difficult and expensive to source vegan recipe ingredients and that lead me to develop the Vegan From Scratch chapter.  I was determined to create a vegan Irish cream recipe and had a hard time finding vegan heavy cream, vegan dark chocolate sauce and vegan sweetened condensed milk so I decided to make my own.
My kitchen became my science lab and after much experimenting I ended up with recipes for kitchen staples sans fillers and preservatives. I loved the results so much--the chocolate sauce is to die for and the heavy cream gets thicker and thicker as it refrigerates--that I was inspired to create a whole chapter of Vegan From Scratch.
 
2) Why vegan?
My lovely grandmother, Sunny, believed you are what you eat and at a young age I was introduced to the teachings of early health gurus like Jethro Kloss and Dr. Bernard Jensen. I grew-up with a heightened awareness of healthy eating, living and environmental issues. In the early 70s this meant hiding wheat germ and spirulina in my children's smoothies.
 
The world has changed and it is essential that we each seek out information and take responsibility for what we put into our bodies. I do see an expanding awareness. I live in a small northern California town and even here doctors are recommending a vegan diet to their patients.
 
In my cooking classes I see more aging baby boomers looking to change their diets as a way to control or reverse diseases. I have just started teaching a vegan cooking class series, which would have been hard to fill a year ago.
 
3) How do friends that aren't vegetarians respond to the dishes?
I feel that good food is good food no matter what the label. Because flavor is so important to me I did not try to get cute and re-create dishes that would not benefit from the omission of a very small range of foods. Rather, I developed tons of dishes using a huge range of foods that can be enjoyed by everyone and the result is a cookbook filled with great recipes! 
 
My friends know they can count on me to serve really tasty dishes so most were more than willing to be testers. Some crowd favorites are the Maple Bourbon Tempehacon, Almond Bear Claw Muffins, Greek Herbed Soy Feta in Olive Oil, Korean BBQ, Stuffed Sopapillas, Shallot Saffron Soup and of course the cocktails. The Mexican Velvet Elvis is delish!
 
I included Suggested Menus to help plan any occasion for all in attendance, even your non-vegan or vegetarian friends.  Like I said in the introduction, 'From artisan breads to fresh summertime grills, this cookbook offers 350 great recipes to choose from and I feel certain you will find just the right ones. You can always start with the cocktails."

More About the Author

Visit www.debroussou.com.
Deb Roussou is a successful culinary professional with 20+ years in the food industry as a food consultant, recipe developer, writer, ghost writer, teacher and caterer. She is the author of several cookbooks with close to a million copies in print in five languages.

As a food consultant, Deb is known for innovative recipe development and new product kitchen appliance testing with an emphasis on tight deadlines. She provides expertise and content for cookbooks and instructional booklets packaged with some of the industries best selling kitchen appliances such as the George Foreman Grill, the Ninja Blender, the Aroma Rice Cooker and Rival Seal-a-Meal.

Her cookbooks include the Cuisinart iPad app and iBook, Delicious Inspirations, featuring recipes for Cuisinart kitchen appliances; 350 Best Vegan Recipes, with outstanding recipes ranging from cocktails to scratch vegan staples; Absolute Beginner's Guide to Cooking, a user friendly primer which covers all the basics, as well as the George Foreman Grilleration Cookbook, Ninja Breakthrough Blending, and Aroma Rice Cooker 5PLUS5.

Hailing from a long lineage of professional chefs she started young, learning the business in the family's restaurant. Deb was taught to celebrate the flavors of fresh simple ingredients and the joy of creating and sharing good food with friends and family.

Travel for business and pleasure expand her culinary horizons. Always on the look-out for flavor she loves getting to know the locals who are proud to share their cultural riches. Fajitas 101 came from the Texas butcher who put them on the map and at Pikes' Market she was whispered the secret to perfect steamed mussels by a gnarly old fishmonger. Fire roasted chimney cake from Transylvania, tortilla Española from Madrid, conch fritters from Belize, tender giant beans from Greece and green chile from New Mexico are just a few of the food experiences that contribute to her diverse style of cooking.

Deb's culinary idol is her father, her favorite food is green-chile anything, she loves champagne and her happiest time is that spent in the kitchen with family and close friends. Travel continues to imbibe her spirit and reminds her how fun it is to try new things.

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I have made a handful of recipes from 350 Best Vegan Recipes.
Kelly Klepfer
There are lots of different types of ethnic cuisines represented in the book which I love.
Bergy
I would recommend this book to anyone who is vegan or who wants to try eating vegan.
Goody 2 Shoes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Klepfer VINE VOICE on June 26, 2012
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If you are new to Vegan eating, investigating it, or are trying to add delicious meatless meals to your life, this packed-with-recipes cookbook is a great resource to have on hand.

I'd love to tell you that I cook from my brain and pure creativity and never need cookbooks to get the juices flowing, but that would be a lie. Not saying I can't get on a roll and go all out. But when I'm tired, or bored, or just can't muster creative, I like me a good cookbook.

I also would love to tell you that I love internet recipes. Honestly, with a few strokes of a few keys one can really find a whole lot of what they need on the web. But, I hate cooking from recipes on my computer. There is something about a book that I can write down tweaks or suggestions for next time in the margins. I even like an occasional splatter mark in my cookbooks. (Not to be confused with spatter for those like me, who love police fiction. I do not want spatter in my cookbooks, thankyouverymuch.)

I have made a handful of recipes from 350 Best Vegan Recipes. Each of them was delicious.

My first recipe was Serrano and Roasted Pepper Cornbread. Yum. I had some leftover Spanish rice that needed a little something to make it star in another meal. With a handful of seitan bits and the cornbread layered over the top and baked with the cornbread instructions, yum, this bad boy is a keeper.

Next up was Almond Bear Claw Muffins served to breakfast guests. Absolutely delicious. I used almond butter instead of the paste that is called for and the recipe worked well. And won raves.

Another muffin recipe was equally delicious. Raspberry Streusel Muffins.

The Cremini and Kalamata Olivada -- YUM.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ann_H on November 15, 2012
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This cookbook has some wonderful recipes that are easy to make and very flavorful!
Although I am not a vegan, I found a ton of recipes that did not have meat in them and my husband never knew he wasn't eating meat.
I highly recommend this book to get your " clean eating" on track. Desserts are to die for and my personal favorite are the veggies. Thank you for making " clean cooking " so flavorful and so Easy!
I never knew Tofu was so versatile and could be so tasteful..Actually what I learned is that Tofu takes on any flavor you add to it and it is now a staple in my kitchen.
Thanks again for opening my eyes to a new way of cooking. By the way, I lost 35 pounds by cooking and eating recipes I found in this book! If I could I would give you a 1000 stars!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By kaconnors on April 6, 2012
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This book is spilling over with one recipe after another of the best dishes ever. I just had the broccoli soup made with cashews and potatoe, it was filling, substantial, delicious and my kids loved it! Each recipe suggests another possibility for the celebration of life through food. It makes you want to stop everything you are doing and just cook for days.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By peachie on November 7, 2012
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I purchased this book because I thought that out of 350 recipes a few of them had to be good. I was very surprised to find no throw-aways as many books seem to have to reach the numbered quota. The Classic Tempehacon Avocado Burger became the summer favorite. I am looking forward to cooking my way through the soups and chilies this fall.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bergy on May 13, 2013
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I am not vegan but I'm leaning in to eating more plant based meals. My husband and I eat about 5-6 vegan/vegetarian meals each week. This book has excellent recipes! There are lots of different types of ethnic cuisines represented in the book which I love. The author doesn't shy away from spice and lots of flavor. The recipes are easy to make and don't require a lot of fancy ingredients. With a well stocked pantry and fridge, many of the recipes I can make with what I already have. This book is used at least 3 times a week in my house. A great cookbook whether your vegan or not!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jonathon C Oldham II on December 25, 2012
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This is a must-have book for anyone who enjoys eating a vegetable based diet. It has so many good ideas for every meal from any region you can think of. Snacks and entertaining ideas galore.Deb Roussou has written a thorough recipe book for the vegan diet.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dixie Mom on November 8, 2012
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Mocha Cupcakes with Almond Icing...need I say more! OK, then I will. I love dessert and I am not a vegan but had these at the home of a friend who is vegan. They were so good that I bought the book and am cooking my way through the Sweets chapter! And I don't feel half as guilty about eating them. The breakfast pastries are so yummy, the Bear Claw Muffins are heaven!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Goody 2 Shoes on November 8, 2012
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Finally a vegan recipe book that kicks! Tasty, mouthwatering and full of personality. The menu is incredible. With this book in your kitchen, you can eat like a king but not compromise on taste. Yum, Yum, Yum. I would recommend this book to anyone who is vegan or who wants to try eating vegan. The recipes will make you a believer.
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