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- Print Length: 243 pages
- Publisher: Appetite by Random House (October 17, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 17, 2017
- Sold by: Random House LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MSA7D5B
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,093 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Fuss-Free Vegan: 101 Everyday Comfort Food Favorites, Veganized Kindle Edition
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“Sam Turnbull has done it all! Mouthwatering easy-to-follow recipes that will work for any cook. There are show-stoppers such as lentil loaf wrapped in puff pastry, crème brûlée, creamy rosé linguine, as well as all the classics such as burgers, soups, salads, mac and cheese, and so many more that are truly fuss-free! The photos alone make me want to jump right into the book!”
Chloe Coscarelli, vegan chef and cookbook author
“This delightful cookbook knocks vegan cooking right off the proverbial pedestal and brings it down to earth for all. Through Sam’s simply spectacular recipes, you’ll not just enjoy a wildly flavorful meal, but you’ll learn lots along the way about this powerful lifestyle choice.”
Chef Michael Smith, author of Make Ahead Meals
“Curious about going vegan but don’t want to give up your favourite foods? Fuss-Free Vegan is the book you need! From cozy waffles to hot, cheesy pizza and decadent brownies, Sam recreates all our food favorites! With engaging spirit, Sam invites us into her cheery vegan kitchen.”
“Cooking in restaurants over the past four decades, I’ve noticed a rather steep pike of interest in vegan cooking. Nary a service goes by without someone inquiring as to what vegan dishes are on the menu. For me, it has been a decade-long scramble to respond. Thankfully, Sam Turnbull has given me some wonderful inspiration in Fuss-Free Vegan.”
“With witty notes, delicious and approachable recipes, and drool-worthy photography, Sam Turnbull proves that even after you go vegan, you can have your (*insert whatever food you think you’ll miss by going vegan*) and eat it too.”
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Thus, Bunnymom (12/26/17 one-star review on Amazon), I must disagree with your negative review. As for me, I find cooking with fresh, whole, plant-based ingredients sparks my creativity and satisfies my soul, while shopping for frozen and mass-produced food does not. I’m truly sorry that you will never experience the joy of cooking from scratch. And that’s ok, although I must wonder why a person who prefers prepared and frozen foods would buy a cookbook at all. And even more perplexing is the fact that you would write a negative and unkind review for this creative chef….. simply because you don’t like to cook with real ingredients.
As for your comment on doing “more damage to the cause of veganism than good”, Bunnymom, what exactly is “the cause of veganism” if not practicing the enjoyment of plant foods, whether prepared, frozen or freshly crafted? Smile on your sisters, Bunnymom. We are all striving for first-rate nutrition and there is surely more than one way to skin an avocado.
We have made several of her recipes already. The cheese ball is quick and delicious and I throw in other ingredients each time I make it for variety. Her lentil loaf (pictured) was amazing (I probably will save the puff pastry wrapping for special occasions only though). My omnivore son actually wanted leftovers to take home with him!
There are lots of easy recipes here that will help you bridge to this new way of eating. Yes, this book will have you spending more time in the kitchen than if you are just microwaving a frozen vegan dinner (the recipes are easier than many cookbooks) but it is fun and far healthier. Enjoy the cooking process and develop a bond with the food that is fueling your day.
I am so happy to add this to my collection of cookbooks. It is really beautifully done and Sam should be so proud of what she has accomplished. This young woman is a rising star!
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Particular favourites are the Bolognese and nacho cheese sauce.
One note of caution: when baking, if using a celcius fan oven, I'd convert to c first and then reduce by 20 so that cakes etc don't burn.
Yum! And also, Wow!
Got it only a few days ago, but have already jumped right in, and I recommend you do the same!
This book is a second one that I have bought for my Vegan daughter who is just about to head off to University.