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Heart Healthy Pizza Paperback – January 26, 2012
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The recipes and combinations are so creative, I've never seen anything like it in another of my other vegan cookbooks or blogs. The recipes are easy and rely upon combining interesting (but not ridiculously exotic) ingredients and laying flavors. If you're questioning whether you really need another cookbook for your collection - you need this one!
Highly recommended and worth every penny!
The book is organized in chapters that include crust, sauce, and cheese-like toppings (the best part!), then whole pizza ideas, and appendices about plant-based eating, fats and oils, why he doesn't use pre-made plant-based cheeses, and cooking legumes and grains. There are also general and recipe indices.
Each chapter has an introduction with tips and techniques. The book would be worth it for the recipes alone, but the tips and techniques are a fabulous bonus. Sutton doesn't just give you a recipe and leave you to your devices, he explains why ingredients taste and work the way they do, how to make things work properly, useful information about important ingredients, and techniques to ensure perfect results. The combination of winning recipes and invaluable tips, tricks, and information, make this book suitable for both the person who only follows a recipe, and others who may like to experiment, create their own concoctions, or troubleshoot something that doesn't taste quite the way they want it to.
The sauces are so good you will not just want to use them on pizza. The possibilities are endless.
The recipes include lots of gluten free options, tomato (nightshade) free options), soy-free options, and nut-free options, and an incredibly diverse palette of tastes and textures. The recipes are rich and satisfying without being heavy or laden with unhealthy ingredients.
On top of all that, the recipes are easy to follow and taste unbelievably good. Most of these recipes are perfectly suitable for guests who eat a variety of diets.Read more ›
From now on, it is one of my favorite vegan cookbook. I love the fact that in all the recipes, cleverly organized in various food groups, you lose the fat but you do not lose the taste. It helps you forget the cheese and you will never regret it. The recipes do not require a lot of equipment or ingredients and all are easy to reproduce with everyday kitchen staples. Perfect book to add to your collection of Vegan Cookbooks. I highly recommend "Heart Healthy Pizza" by Mark Sutton.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Would have never thought of using foods this way; much appreciated, haven't tried any recipes yet, don't eat a lot of pizza, but wanted to know how to make it a better way. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Amazon Customer
My wife and I are vegan for 4 plus years.
This is the first pizza recipe book that we both love.
Just got the cookbook. First recipe I tried was very good. Time consuming recipe, but really worth the effort. Will want to try others in the book. Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Sally A. McCall
Mark you have outdone yourself...love the recipes and the hints are great...plant-based and healthy no oil what could any one want more?Published on September 13, 2013 by mommacat
This heart healthy pizza book is great. Mark has many choices for every taste bud. We have a Celiac (gluten free) person in our family, Mark has gluten free recipes included in... Read morePublished on June 9, 2013 by Shar
As someone who avoids eating animal foods, oil, salt, active yeast and wheat, I found this book to be very refreshing! Read morePublished on May 23, 2013 by CocoJean
I've been fighting flu so haven't made anything yet - but t he recipes are exciting to me and I can't wait to try them. Read morePublished on April 9, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Mark Sutton's Healthy Pizza is beyond innovative. When seeking to create a pizza that is outside the usual pizza box of high fat, full of dairy or meat, one is usually left to... Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by Lani Muelrath
Mark mentions a couple of times in his book that he likes to put a lot of heat in his pizza fillings and not in the cheese-like toppings (for contrast), although he points out how... Read morePublished on November 27, 2012 by CyberchuckTX