- Tapa dura: 496 páginas
- Editor: Grand Central Publishing (28 de febrero de 2013)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1455509337
- ISBN-13: 978-1455509331
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº594.796 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
Betty Goes Vegan: 500 Classic Recipes for the Modern Family (Inglés) Tapa dura – 28 feb 2013
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"Funny, insightful and full of kick-ass vegan recipes. This is the ultimate cookbook! The kind of book you will pass down to your vegan children's vegan children. A joy from start to finish." --Sarah Kramer, author of How It All Vegan!
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Betty Crocker has been an icon in American cooking for nearly 100 years. Who doesn't love the idea of Betty and her classic family recipes? Annie and Dan Shannon were as charmed by her as everyone else--but what was a vegan to do? Use her inspiration to become a vegan "Betty," of course!
BETTY GOES VEGAN is your all-in-one guide to becoming a vegan "Betty", with over 500 vegan recipes for classic family dishes. It includes some recipes inspired by The Betty Crocker Cookbook, with new ingredients and cooking instructions, and hundreds of original, never-before-seen recipes sure to please any ominvore or herbivore. With classic dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert, including Omletes, Stews, Casseroles and Brownies, this cookbook is the essential handbook every vegan family needs.Ver Descripción del producto
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For those citing processed ingredients - hellloooo, Betty Crocker came out in the age of casseroles and easily-fixed dinners using canned ingredients! I am pretty picky when it comes to fake/processed meat subs but the recipes in here look like they are really transforming the ingredients and I am excited to try them out. No - you don't want to eat processed foods every day but this books title isn't called the Whole Foods Organic Gourmet is it? I enjoy eating well but every once in a while you crave your mom or grandmas signature dish and this book gives recipes to mimic them. The range is enormous and not ALL of the recipes contain processed ingredients. There is something here for everyone. I'm looking forward to working my way through this one!
Yes, there are a decent number of "fake meat" products included in the ingredients, but they are so much better for you than the gelatin and processed crap that the original Betty wanted you to use! Plus, the recipes are very forgiving, so if you have a moral opposition to vegan chicken, leave it out or substitute something else.
I have made the "Chicken" Fried Rice, Inner-Beauty Patty Melt, "Chicken" Vegetables and Herbs, Greek Burgers and Peanut Butter Banana Cookies. All were absolutely fantastic, relatively simple and did not take my entire evening to prepare. My non-vegetarian husband raved about all of it and requested the patty melts again for next week.
Get it and try it, you'll like it! Don't poo-poo the fake meat stuff- there are so many out there that are all-natural and not harmful to anyone. Plus, it's a million times better than eating actual meat!! Aren't most of us in this for the critters, anyway?
I was a huge fan of the Meet The Shannon's blog before the book, and I'd recommend that if you're not sure about ordering the book that you check out the blog first to get an idea about what type of foods they are creating and what types of ingredients are used - it's silly to me that anyone should be surprised that there are mock meat and cheeses called for if you've put any thought into your order at all.
The recipes call for creative new takes on cooking packaged good, which is perfect for people who are busy and don't have a ton of time to prep ingredients after working all day. While I will do my best not to eat something out of here every day, I don't find these particularly unhealthy and haven't had any complaints from anyone I've shared my creations with.
Betty Goes Vegan is informative, adorable, and gives you a sense of being part of a new type of "homemaker" who can maintain a balance of morals, health, melty creamy goodness, and a busy lifestyle, while cooking delicious modern food for family and friends.
A plus to this cookbook that isn't in most: it's very "new cook" friendly. My husband loved this most of all because he has no training or experience cooking except for what he's done with trial-and-error. It's great at spelling out what you'll need in the kitchen, and how to work various appliances and gadgets if needed, and that really allowed him to actually try recipes he once saw as impossible. On a last note, it was simply fun to read, as the authors have a great sense of humor and it shows often in this book.
This cookbook comes highly recommended from us, especially to those who are new vegans or vegans who aren't quite confident in the kitchen. This book does a great job at making recipes approachable and easy, and it also combines things in such a way so that you start thinking how else you can use this technique--or this ingredient--and let your creativity take over. This is my husband's favorite cookbook, and despite having it for awhile now, he still keeps it nearby to him at all times and is simply obsessed. I don't mind at all, since I'm eating better than I ever have. :)