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Robin Robertson's Vegan Without Borders: Easy Everyday Meals from Around the World Hardcover – September 9, 2014
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Chosen as one of the top 5 vegan cookbooks of 2014 by Grant Butler, The Oregonian: "This cookbook is her most-lavish so far, with 150 recipes that crisscross the globe, showing how vegan cooking can capture the essence of more than 20 countries, from an intense Eastern European goulash to spicy Ethiopian berbere stews to sop up with spongy injera flatbread. And you won't have to run all over town hitting specialty markets to make these dishes, since most ingredients can be found in any grocery store. This is ideal for adventurous eaters looking to expand their horizons." (Grant Butler, The Oregonian)
"Vegan Without Borders has our vote for the most beautiful vegan cookbook of 2014. It’s perfect for someone ready to stray from Western-style cooking to explore the diversity of flavorful international cuisines. You’ll get some of the finest vegan dishes from Africa, the Middle East, Europe, India, and Asia. Featuring beautiful photography throughout, this top-quality hardcover book makes this the perfect gift for the 2014 Holiday season." (Vegan.com)
This sumptuous, colorful collection of "Easy Everyday Meals from Around the World" is another winner for the prolific Robertson, who still manages to keep the quality level remarkably high as she delivers another fresh spin on vegan eating.
(Vance Lehmkuhl, V for Vegan)
"Another winning collection of recipes from the amazingly prolific Robin Robertson"
"...a gorgeous hardcover book abundant with delectable, easy-to-prepare recipes from around the globe"
"...pages of tantalizingly beautiful Sara Remington photos..."
"The wonderfully crafted book design will lure you into taking your palate on an around-the-world adventure." (Gail Davis Rhamy, Hungry Vegan)
On the shortlist of notable cookbooks in 2014, from T. Susan Chang of NPR: "[the] Convert-a-Carnivore Choice: Vegan Without Borders, by Robin Robertson." (T. Susan Chang, Cookbooks for Dinner)
"A really gorgeous cookbook with an infectious, obvious love for plant-based recipes from around the world"
"this latest cookbook is probably the most impressive, which is saying a lot" (Marla Rose, Vegan Street)
"...ethnic dishes from around the world and made them vegan." (Elizabeth Pudwill, Houston Chronicle)
About the Author
Robin Robertson has written more than twenty cookbooks, including the bestsellers Quick-Fix Vegan, Vegan Planet, Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker, and One-Dish Vegan. A longtime vegan and former restaurant chef, she writes the Global Vegan column for VegNews Magazine and has written for Vegetarian Times, Cooking Light, Natural Health, and other magazines. Robin lives in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with her husband Jon. Her website is www.robinrobertson.com.
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However, I couldn't resist this intriguing book and I ordered it in a moment of weakness. I'm so glad I did. So far I've owned the book for two weeks and I've made these recipes: Trofie alla Pesto with Green Beans and Potatoes, Portuguese Kale Soup, Baklava Bites, White Bean Goulash, Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Walnuts, Black Bean and Butternut Tortilla Bake, Brazilian Feijoada, Chickpea and Kale Wat, Coconut Spinach and Lentil Dal, Szechuan Bok Choy, and Thai Hangover Noodles with Tofu and Thai Basil. Every recipe has been delicious and easy to make, yet the flavors have been complex. I have made some changes in order to adapt some recipes to make in my new Instant Pot.
Recipes are organized according to country of origin, which makes meal planning simple. I like the fact that this book doesn't rely on "fake" or processed ingredients. Robertson does use vegan sour cream in some recipes, but I made my own cashew sour cream using a recipe from Oh She Glows. I have at least another dozen recipes bookmarked to make in the next week and eventually I'll probably make 90% of the recipes in the book.
I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a great new vegan cookbook. (FYI - my other favorite vegan cookbook is Isa Does It.)
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