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Fresh At Home Cookbook: Vegetarian Cooking For Everyone Paperback – March 16, 2004

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About the Author

JENNIFER HOUSTON and RUTH TAL are the owners of Fresh, a Toronto-based chain of boutique vegan restaurants and juice bars founded in 1999 that also features a curated collection of organic cold-pressed juices and a simple series of juice cleanses. Fresh has also been featured in VogueInStyleElleFlare,ChatelaineMaclean'sToronto LifeMoreHelloVegetarian TimesToronto Star,National PostThe Georgia StraightThe Guardian, and many others, as well as on The Social, E! Canada, Steven and ChrisBreakfast TelevisionThis is Emily Leung, and many more.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Penguin Canada (March 16, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0143015982
  • ISBN-13: 978-0143015987
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #965,259 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Refreshingly new recipes... however, watch out when selecting one to make. The recipes reference other recipes A LOT. Meaning - You'll set out to make one recipe, but have to turn to a 2nd recipe to make something for the 1st recipe, but then the 2nd recipe refers you to a 3rd recipe in the same book to make the 2nd recipe. It gets to be a lot of turning pages and following steps for recipes inside recipes inside recipes. What you thought would be easy and not require many ingredients, actually requires A LOT more steps and ingredients.
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This cookbook documents recipes for some of the best dishes served up at the Fresh by Juice for Life restaurants in Toronto. These recipes turn salads and rice bowls from boring fare to company fare. It's fast and easy. Their recipes for accompanying sauces and dressings are keepers.
This book is for anyone on a limited diet or seeking healthy but interesting food to live by. Great wheat-free, dairy free options here.
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this is the very similar to the refresh cook book.it is nice with some new recipes.not as beautifully photographed and printed.but a wealth of simply delicious vegan food,which is fast and easy to create.if you have room in your library it's a good addition.if not i would stick with the refresh version.
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I discovered Fresh restaurant while on a business trip in Toronto, and upon returning home I immediately purchased both Fresh at Home and reFresh. They are now both my go-to-books for quick, delicious meals in minutes. They are both set up with similar formats -- soups, salads, rice bowls, noodle bowls, sandwiches/wraps, dressings, sauces, marinades, brunch, fresh juice and blended drinks. There are only a few desserts featured in each book, but I think there are a ton of vegan dessert books on the market if that's what you want. These books are for main courses and juices to sustain you and your family.

I have found a few staple recipes in Fresh at Home such as the Adzuki Bean Stew, Gospel Rice Bowl, and Wild Ginger Dressing that are not available in the reFresh book. Other yummy favorites such as Creamy Caesar dressing and Tofu scramble are repeated in both books. reFresh does have sections on veggie burgers and smoothies, so they are both great additions to have although I haven't tried the burger recipes yet. The marinades for tempeh and tofu dishes are excellent. Fresh at Home offers more noodle bowl recipes than reFresh, and they are so delicious, fulfilling, and super easy to make that I no longer feel the need to make frequent visits to the restaurant chain that specializes in noodles. Depending upon your preferences you may want one book vs. the other. However, if you can get both Fresh and reFresh, I think they are both excellent books to have in your veg cooking collection. While there is some slight overlap in recipes, I think there are enough variances to warrant having both books in my personal collection.
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this is the very similar to the refresh cook book.it is nice with some new recipes.not as beautifully photographed and printed.but a wealth of simply delicious vegan food,which is fast and easy to create.if you have room in your library it's a good addition.if not i would stick with the refresh version.
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