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Scatter Vegan Sweets Paperback – September 18, 2010
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About the Author
Wendy Gabbe Day has been a vegetarian since birth, and a vegan for most of her life. She resides in Portland, Oregon with her husband, Eric, and their much-loved rescued dog. A life-long athlete, and a former Division 1 college basketball player, Wendy likes to run, hike, and bike around the beautiful Pacific Northwest. When she's indoors, you'll likely find her in the kitchen creating a sweet treat with whole-food ingredients. Check out her sweet adventures at VegFoodandFit.com
Top Customer Reviews
I tried the "Nearly Raw Oatmeal Raisin Cookies" (page 24) and was thrilled at how easy they were to make--just 10 minutes start to finish--and how totally I want to make more! My first batch made a great dessert with a bowl of fresh peaches and strawberries, and I can see taking these cookies to a potluck or on a hike.
There are so many tasty sounding sweets I'm eager to try: "Raspberry Lemon Scones,", "Pumpkin Raisin Walnut Muffins," "Strawberry Fig Bars," "Raw Coconut Cherry Truffles," and many more. The book includes helpful info on cooking techniques and ingredients that may be unfamiliar to readers who are new to vegan (made without any animal products, including eggs, milk, and honey), raw (made with ingredients that have not been cooked, a method that is completely safe when no animal products are used), and gluten-free (made without gluten, the substance that is found in wheat-based and some other foods) cooking.
This is a book written with a point of view: Wendy has been "vegetarian from birth and vegan for most of [her] life," and she has a gentle and friendly way of telling about her own choices and the virtues of wholesome foods. Her attractive and well organized book is printed in black and white and without illustrations; I find that its well-designed simplicity makes it easy to use.