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The Garden of Vegan: How It All Vegan Again! Paperback – April 1, 2003
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[So] much more than straight recipes; Garden shows veganism as a fun and exciting way of lifecomplete with witty, often hilarious recipe intros and heartfelt stories. . .
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[Sarah and Tanya] teach the world at least two things: that being a vegan can be loads of fun and that vegan food is to die for.
[The Garden of Vegan] is packed with fun, fresh and animal-free recipes with names that should tempt anyone, whether veggie or not. With recipes like "Nummy Yummy Waffles," to "Linguine with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Sauce," to "Dean Dean the Sex Machine's Baked Donuts," the book covers every meal, and even in between.
The Garden of Vegan has got "hit" written all over it. . .
The Vancouver Sun (Vancouver Sun)
. . . this vegan's bible is packed with useful information delivered with the same political edge that made the first a hit.
Vancouver Courier (Vancouver Courier)
Their tatoos, their fashion sense, stolen from grandma's vintage trunk, and their irreverence, say it's not important to be earnest vegans; their recipes have an I-hate-to-cook-but-love-to-eat attitude.
Vancouver Sun (Vancouver Sun)
. . . Barnard and Kramer give a taste of the vegan life, and show how sweet (and savory) it can be.
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The authors' lively writing and tips. . . make this more than a cooking resource.
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So far I've made:
"Carmelized onion and fennel mashed potatoes" - this was excellent.
"Portobello mushroom bake" - fantastic.
"Coconut spiced vegetables" -a really good stir fry.
"Brownie cookies" - yum.
"Amazing chocolate pudding" - amazing, as the title says.
There's also lots of good tips in the back about how to make different spice combinations, such as Garam Masala, etc. There's also different ideas about how to host fun parties.
All in all, if you enjoy cooking vegan/vegetarian and want recipes that are interesting and not too time consuming, this is a great book.
Note: The reviewer complaing about a lack of index perhaps has an old edition as mine has an index which is easy to use.
New to these books? Try my favorites- I've made each of the following recipes more than 3 times, and they're a hit each time :)
from "How it all Vegan":
'anything goes' fruit muffins, p 49 (great when I have fruit that is about to go bad... just add it to a batch of muffins!)
Perfect Pesto, p. 80
Fragrant Garlic Parsley Pasta p. 106 (gggggggreat!)
Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies, p. 137 (I've made this recipe 10+ times. My friends and family LOVE this recipe- they can't even tell the cookies are vegan; they are so rich and delicious. I use a little more than the recommended chocolate chps- I use a little over 1 1/2 cups choc chips. Throw in some cocoa powder for extra flavor (1 tbsp)- and I often add pecans or walnuts!)
Flax Eggs, p.157 (Ok, so this is just an egg-substitute recipe, real simple... but it has been the best egg-replacer I've used in baking- and it's very cheap!)
Out of this whole book, the only recipe that turned out awful for me was Big Ben's Lentil Burgers, p. 110. I don't know what I did, they just falled apart... probably could have used some Flax Eggs....
From "The Garden of Vegan": I haven't tried quite as many recipes in this book, but from what I have... really good!
Sesame Ginger Dressing, p. 99 (awesome!!!)
All-Purpose Spice Nuts, p. 111 (good for parties)
Zoe's Grandma's Roasted New Potatoes, p. 113
Chickpeas & Swiss Chard, p.Read more ›
If you are vegan and really enjoy cooking (or don't, for that matter), this book is perfect for you. With the exception of a few recipes, all of the ingredients can be easily found in regular grocery stores. The vast array of desserts is enough to make anyone buy the book! :)
I recommend this book to everyone, whether vegan or just looking for yummy, guilt-free food! Preparation is so easy, and experiencing new food - or old food with a new twist - is always fun!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm a lacto-vegetarian but enjoy eating vegan. I started to teach my husband how to cook and starting with vegans recipes from this book was fabulous = they are simple but YUMMY... Read morePublished on May 26, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This book is just as good as all their others. Great book for new vegans & old vegans alike. Also includes things like how to make sock monkeys & eye pillows. Very nice job ladies!Published on March 14, 2014 by Stephanie Cassel
exotic and routine and everything in between this collection is sure to modify your go to recipes loved it !Published on February 23, 2014 by wayne chadwick