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DIY Vegan: More Than 100 Easy Recipes to Create an Awesome Plant-Based Pantry Paperback – October 27, 2015
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“From simple to sublime, Lisa and Nicole create inspiring recipes from simple ingredients. The world needs this vegan cookbook!” ―Isa Chandra Moskowitz, author of Veganomicon
“Lisa and Nicole are...known around the world for their wholesome, effortless recipes that appeal to all kinds of lifestyles. I've made many of their recipes over the years and I'm always in awe of how simple the recipes are to prepare while still feeling fancy and special for any occasion.” ―Angela Liddon, author of The Oh She Glows Cookbook
About the Author
NICOLE AXWORTHY and LISA PITMAN are contributing photography and food editors for VegNews magazine, the premier print resource for the vegan community world-wide. Lisa holds a Raw Chef Certificate from the Matthew Kenney Academy while Nicole holds a Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University and the T. Colin Campbell Foundation. They live in Toronto, Canada.
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I contacted the author and she got back to me about an ingredient question. For "probiotic powder" she told me it's just capsules from the supplements section of the store, emptied and measured. That ingredient is used for yogurt, and the vegan cheese recipes. I'm really looking forward to trying some of those out, now that I know what I'm looking for. Thanks Nicole!
I almost didn't purchase this book because I own both Miyoko's and Celine's. While I adore Miyoko's book there are certain recipes (white chocolate) which I would change for consistency reasons. Celine Steen's book is incredibly helpful and was the first on the market but I don't eat chemicals if I can get away from them.
I have read every page of this little gem and while I won't be making anything with oats all the gluten containing recipes have options at the bottom of the page. I truly apologize for not having tested the recipes yet as my kitchen is on the blink but I will and will adjust this review as necessary. I just don't know where I'm going to start - cheeses? cararmelized chai popcorn? icebox cake? lemon curd? candy? pie? cheesecake? caramel sauce? chocolate syrup? date paste? spice mixes? mustard? sauces, dressings and relishes of every description? breakfasts? yogurts and cooking essentials of every description? I just got started but the authors didn't. .
Count me amazed and totally grateful. Thank you ladies, for this book.