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Eaternity: More than 150 Deliciously Easy Vegan Recipes for a Long, Healthy, Satisfied, Joyful Life Paperback – April 5, 2016
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I would rate this book as only for vegans with a well stocked pantry full of unusual ingredients such as lucuma powder, mesquite powder, baobab powder, camu camu powder; and have I listed enough powders for you yet? It's actually a little alarming at how many supplements are listed in this book as opposed to whole foods. And speaking of whole foods, I couldn't find these ingredients in my local one. Or my local Earth Fare, or any other grocery store in the area and I live in a pretty urban city. I had to order them off of amazon, and at $16+ a bag for each, it's pretty pricey. Especially when I don't know if I will continue to use the book or ingredients or not. I also have to wonder at the sheer amount of coconut products that are in here. I love coconut, but there are a lot of different products made from it used in the recipes and I can taste it each time which makes the palate a little monotone for me.
Don't get me wrong, there are a few recipes that don't require such extensive lists of powders and specialty ingredients, but not as much as I would have liked. And to be honest, from the pictures, all the recipes that looked appealing to me were the ones that used the powders. But that falls into the matter of my own personal tastes. I did end up making five of the recipes from this book. I liked the Chocolate Avocado Jungle Peanut Pudding (and yes, I couldn't find jungle peanuts anywhere, I ended up subbing regular which means I didn't follow the recipe precisely. I'm not sure whether to blame him or me for that one). It had a nice smooth taste and I liked the undertaste of peanut, but the avocado did come through strongly. My boyfriend however did not care for it at all.
Cranberry Orange Smoothie was the next recipe and it wasn't bad. The cranberry taste was the most prevalent, and what I appreciated about this recipe is that the weirdest ingredients were the ground vanilla beans and coconut yogurt. Both of which I was actually able to find at the stores around here. I would use a little less ice than the recipe calls for next time personally, only because I got more of a sorbet at the end rather than a drinkable liquid.
Spicy Mango Kiwi Pudding was more like a soup than a pudding, but I did like the flavor of it. As someone who normally doesn't like kiwi it surprised me actually. I also enjoyed just the hint of habanero pepper which gave it a little kick. And this recipe again, was one that didn't require a lot of specialty ingredients (are you noticing a trend with the ones I chose to go with?), with the most unusual being the ground vanilla bean. I did find it kind of funny that he had a "Jason's Tip" on this page saying that if you can't find fresh habanero, to use ground cayenne pepper. Of all the ingredients I had trouble finding, habanero was not one; wish he would have had this tip for lucuma powder.
I couldn't stand the Cocnut Cacao Cookie Dough Balls. Not only were they impossible to form into balls (I have a feeling that there should have been a step saying let the mixture sit in the fridge to allow the oil to reharden before forming) because the oil was just dripping wet and making more of a slurry after its ride in the processor. With excess oil squeezed out they formed, but had such a gritty texture and taste they were unenjoyable. Again, I think maybe a step in the recipe saying to let the oil harden again would have made all the difference. Should I have known better, maybe? Hindsight is 20-20. But you don't know what level of cook is approaching this cookbook and having it listed could make the difference for a lot of people.
The last recipe I made was the Red Pepper Gazpacho. It had an ok flavor, but honestly was more reminiscent of salsa to me and I think I would have rather had it as a salsa as opposed to a soup. It was easy to make though; throw ingredients in a blender and press go. Which is how a lot of the recipes in this book went. It wasn't that the recipes are hard to make per say; it's just that sourcing the ingredients causes quite the headache before you even start to try cooking.
I should note; he does endorse a lot of companies and products at the end; and I'm sure in that mix there are a few that carry all of these elusive products. But again; in the teens for a bag of lucuma powder. That's a heft investment for someone who doesn't normally use those sorts of ingredients. And some of the recipes would call for over three different kinds of expensive powders.
Structurally the book was ok. I thought the pictures were gorgeous. The book is broken into sections by what the food is supposed to do for you rather than type. IE Recipes for Better Sleep, recipes for Losing Weight. And while this is a good notion, it does make it less user friendly for those just wanting to figure out what to make for dinner. I would have much rather had it broken out by types of food with a color code or something signifying that the recipe was good for a particular activity.
I sound harsh on this review. And I feel bad for it. But the minute I go to three different stores without success trying to find an ingredient to make food I start to get a little cranky. And that just kept happening. I did end up ordering some things online to make the food; but I didn't like the monetary investment, especially when vegan eating is supposed to be among the cheapest eating you can do. And I really think that this approach to food is going to scare off more people than who are going to like it.
Am I going to still use this cookbook. Maybe? I will say I'm more inclined to reach for Vegan Planet or Oh She Glows before I would reach for this one if I wanted a quick, easy vegan meal.
Review by M. Reynard 2016
The book is absolutely gorgeous!!! Love the non-conventional Contents page which is broken up in chapters such as "Eat for Strong Bones"!!! Have tried three recipes in the first 2 days and as usual, I loved them.
Maybe its a good thing the foodnetwork let Jason go, so he could better spend his time writing cookbooks.
A disturbing trend I have seen several times with Vegan cookbooks is there is no index of recipes in the back. This one does. Have already recommended the book to 3 friends, only one of which is a vegan. Thank you Jason!!!!
I've been vegan for a number of years, so I bounced through each chapter and picked recipes that stood out. The Cilantro Lime Pumpkin Pesto Pasta is out of this world (and I used spirilized zucchini noodles instead of GF). The Buffalo Cauliflower bites are so addicting. Pine Nut Marinara Quinoa Bowl...another new favorite. The nachos are on the agenda for the weekend. And there is a recipe in here for Pistachio Ice Cream!!! I've missed Ben & Jerry's Pistachio and I was so happy to see my favorite flavor in here! And Pumpkin! Heck, the photos alone are drool-worthy!
You definitely will not be disappointed. Highly recommend this to anyone looking to switch to the "green side", or even for anyone wanting to add to their collection or wanting to get healthier.
Come to the green side...we have kale! ;)
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