New Farm Vegetarian Cook Book Paperback – 30 Sep 1989
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Top Customer Reviews
I have raised six kids on the recipies from The Farm and they universally request the Nutritional yeast melts, the barbeque gluten ribs and the TVP golden gravey.
If I have one complaint about the recipies it is that they generally have too much salt in them for the average desk-bound lifestyle. The book was written from the perspective of folks used to a physically rigorous lifestyle. Use less salt in making the dishes.
Excellent vegan food made with normal products - and not poncy food either. We swear by the cakes, and always have roast gluten for Christmas. Even meat eaters like the roast gluten! A few recipes take a lot of effort - eg the barbecue spare ribs, - but are always delicious so massively worth the effort.
If you're fed up with lentil casserole, this is the book for you!
It's brilliant for people learning how to make vegan
basics like tofu and beans and tortillas, and especially good for people with babies and young children who may be concerned about nutrition when starting out with a meat and dairy free diet. The people on The Farm give helpful advice and reassurance, having raised their own kids as vegans. (The Farm has been a vegan self-sufficient community for around 30 years).
We've had our copy for at least 15 years now and still consult it frequently... Buy it now, it's a vegan classic!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is a great introduction to basic soy cooking FROM THE RAW BEAN. Get into 'meat without bones!' Making tempeh is too cool, and this book got me started. Read morePublished on 24 Aug. 1998
This is a wonderful cookbook! Most of the recipes are extremely easy to make, without tons of ingredients. All of the recipes are delicious! Read morePublished on 16 Mar. 1998