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Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews for All Seasons Paperback – January 27, 2009
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With a vegan makeover and twenty new recipes, “the best vegetarian soup cookbook just got better!” —Robin Robertson, author of Vegan Planet
“International in scope and ranging from the elegant to the homey, Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews for All Seasons is an absolutely essential cookbook for anyone who loves good food. If you’re a soup lover, prepare to be dazzled by the variety and freshness of these soups; if you’re not a soup lover, prepare to become one!”
—Susan Voisin, fatfreevegan.com
“Nava Atlas offers an impressive repertoire of soups that will amaze and inspire even veteran soup makers.” —Nikki Goldbeck, certified dietitian-nutritionist and coauthor of American Wholefoods Cuisine and The Healthiest Diet in the World
About the Author
NAVA ATLAS is the author of The Vegetarian Family Cookbook, The Vegetarian 5-Ingredient Gourmet, Vegetariana, Vegan Express, and others. She has written dozens of articles for magazines such as the Vegetarian Times, Veggie Life, and Cooking Light. Nava maintains the popular vegetarian site In a Vegetarian Kitchen (vegkitchen.com), and the vegan blog Veggie Talk (blog.vegkitchen.com). She lives in the Hudson Valley region of New York with her family.
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My favorite recipe so far is a fall one, Sweet and Sour Sauerkraut Soup which includes carrots, celery, potatoes, diced tomatoes and of course, sauerkraut among other things. If you don't like sauerkraut or sour foods, skip this one, but I think it's even better the next day. Another favorite is the Okra-Rice Gumbo or the Thai-Flavored Coconut Vegetable Soup. These all go together pretty quickly and if you double the recipe you'll have enough for a couple days and the flavors have a way of melding together that makes them all the better.
Soup is always great with a big salad and some crusty bread and this cookbook has a lot of imaginative recipes, not just the same old standbys. It's one of those books that's fun to just go through and read because I always seem to find one recipe that is appealing for that particular day, no matter what sort of mood I'm in. Two thumbs up for this book! I'll be looking forward to more vegan cookbooks by Nava Atlas.