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Japanese Cooking: Contemporary & Traditional [Simple, Delicious, and Vegan] Kindle Edition
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The veg-anized recipies in this book mimic the real thing--the Japanese curry out of this cookbook tastes the same as I remember the beef/pork/chicken version tasting. The ramen recipe is as close to the real thing as I can imagine, and I'm not referring to the 6 for a dollar insta-packs from the supermarket.
The author includes traditional and modern foods, and recipes which are tradionally vegetarian and not. Most of the ingredients can be bought at your local supermarket. This is the book to get for healthy, completely vegetarian Japanse food.
The book is nicely laid out and it's the perfect size book. It's long enough to contain a wealth of recipes, but not so large that it is unwieldy and awkward to actually have in the cooking area. The directions are extremely clear, and the author does a good job of explaining unfamiliar ingredients.
Vegan or not, this is one of my favorite cookbooks.
After becoming a vegan, I thought that I would be deprived of all the tastes that I grew up with. I happened upon this book at Borders and have been pleasantly surprised by every recipe that I have tried. Even my anti-vegan sister loves this book.
The recipe for gyoza is a real winner.
In fact, if you like Japanese food, you might find this cookbook to be an excellent segue into going completely vegan.
My favorites are the cozy, hearty soba noodle soups, so perfect for a winter's day, and featuring any number of different vegetables.
Other than that, the recipes look pretty decent. Some slightly esoteric ingredients, but if you live near a Japanese store you'll have no problem tracking them down.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love trying new food but as a vegetarian I feel like I miss out on a lot of traditional dishes... I definitely enjoyed making some of the recipes out of this bookPublished 13 days ago by Lindsey Brown
My husband had this before but we lost it in a move. It's so awesome we had to order a new one! So many easy and yummy recipes! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Julwes
Nice cookbook. Japanese cooking has changed a lot during the last several decades, and this book includes a lot of newer trends. A good companion to older Japanese cookbooks.Published 2 months ago by Matthew L. Reed
I bought 3 of her books at one time so it's taken me a bit to go through each before writing a review. This is a must have if your culinary voyages take you to Japan.Published 3 months ago by Bill
This is easy to use and fun to read. The cooking techniques are manageable and easily adaptable for those of us who have a lot of macrobiotic ingredients already on hand. Read morePublished 7 months ago by KB
A magnificient Japanese cookbook for the people who use electric caddies in Walmart, every recipe contains a minimum of TWO tablespoons of sugar or syrup: If the Japanese ate this... Read morePublished 12 months ago by TonyColeman
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