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Armenian Vegan: A Pure Vegan Cookbook With 200+ Recipes Using No Animal Products Paperback – December 3, 2013
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About the Author
Dikranouhi (Hovsepian) Kirazian was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon, and came to the United States in 1959, where she taught Armenian language classes at Holy Cross Armenian Church in Union City, New Jersey. She married in 1962 in Los Angeles and settled with her husband, George, in San Diego, where they raised their three daughters. She has always enjoyed creative cooking, but has also maintained a deep respect for the traditional meals of the Armenian people, which were taught to her by her mother, aunt, and grandmother. Her book is a unique collection of favorite, and new, Armenian vegan meals, fond memories, and a heartfelt respect for all Armenians, a beautiful and resilient people. Dikranouhi’s website: www.armenianvegan.com
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In my heart, it's a 5-star book. I'm giving it 4 here because some of the recipes aren't 100% clear. I had to read some of them a few times to understand exactly how to make the dish. And, if you don't live next to a Middle Eastern grocer (which I do, of course, living in Los Angeles) then you might be out of luck unless you can order many of the ingredients online. But, hey, that is to be expected -- it's not an American Vegan cookbook!
I'm really grateful that this book is out there. So many wonderful recipes died with my grandmothers before I could commit them to paper (not that you could ever get an accurate measurement out of them, mind you!) I'm really in love with this book already and can't wait to make food for my American husband and half-Armenian daughter. In fact, I can't wait until my baby is old enough to make these with me. This book is a treasure trove of recipes.
**In my original review, I had lamented the lack of Fattoush recipes, however, the author's daughter pointed out to me (on Facebook) that the book actually contains TWO recipes for my favorite salad! I'm not changing the number of stars in my rating though, because I am still disappointed that the Falafel recipe says to use a pre-made Falafel mix (that's not a recipe!) I would have loved to learn how to make it from scratch. Minor flaw in an otherwise very complete book.
Yes it has a table of contents but for a book of recipes not to have some reference to main ingredients is just wrong.
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