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Vegan Eats World: 300 International Recipes for Savoring the Planet by [Romero, Terry Hope]
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3.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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VegNews.com, 2/21/12
"We can only imagine how difficult it must be to improve upon such cookbooks as "Veganomicon" and "Vegan Pie in the Sky". However, we think the co-author of the aforementioned books, one Terry Hope Romero, could do it with "Vegan Eats World"."

"VegNews", May/June 2012 "Tokyo-inspired fusion hot dogs will be the unchallenged hit of every summer barbecue."

VegNews.com, 2/21/12
"We can only imagine how difficult it must be to improve upon such cookbooks as "Veganomicon" and "Vegan Pie in the Sky." However, we think the co-author of the aforementioned books, one Terry Hope Romero, could do it with "Vegan Eats World.""

"VegNews," May/June 2012 "Tokyo-inspired fusion hot dogs will be the unchallenged hit of every summer barbecue.""
Irvington Herald, "9/27/12"A masterful collection of...recipes from all corners of the globe...[Romero has] reinvented delicious ethnic dishes, popular street foods, and take-out so we can eat well while being mindful of a healthy body and healthy planet."
Sand and Succotash blog, 10/10/12
"[Romero] always finds a way to turn vegan food into something delicious [and] gorgeous...that cook[s] up perfectly..."Vegan Eats World "travels the globe and gives the reader a little bit of each ethnic cuisine, vegan style."
BizIndia.net,10/18/12"Ideal for use in the kitchen by any vegan (or non-vegan) looking for a large variety of dishes for all occasions and for more yummy ways to please their taste buds...This delightful book is an ideal gift for people (including for themselves) who love variety and a broad range in their culinary lives, even if they are not vegans...Whether it is breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner or dessert ideas you are looking for to break the monotony of cooking the same old foods, this valuable book can help you immeasurably, finding the ideal dish to satisfy the palate...a great resource for the home-based cook as well as professional chef...Wonderful."
Lemuria Books (blog), 10/21/12"It looks just as delightful as "Veganomicon," and I can't wait to try out some of the delicious recipes for curries, soups and dumplings, especially since the fall weather is starting to encourage higher comfort food consumption."
Bookviews blog, November 2012"Really delivers the goods...There are popular foods like lasagna, pad thai, wonton soup, and a whole range ofr

"Portland Oregonian"
"Romero is one of the rock stars of the vegan cooking world....She continues to deliver with this collection of 300 recipes inspired by dishes from around the world. Many recipes are easy enough for busy weeknights....You won't confuse vegan with blah after enjoying her creations."
VegNews.com, 2/21/12
"We can only imagine how difficult it must be to improve upon such cookbooks as "Veganomicon" and "Vegan Pie in the Sky." However, we think the co-author of the aforementioned books, one Terry Hope Romero, could do it with "Vegan Eats World.""
"VegNews," May/June 2012
"Tokyo-inspired fusion hot dogs will be the unchallenged hit of every summer barbecue."
"Irvington Herald, "9/27/12
"A masterful collection of...recipes from all corners of the globe...[Romero has] reinvented delicious ethnic dishes, popular street foods, and take-out so we can eat well while being mindful of a healthy body and healthy planet."
Sand and Succotash blog, 10/10/12
"[Romero] always finds a way to turn vegan food into something delicious [and] gorgeous...that cook[s] up perfectly..."Vegan Eats World "travels the globe and gives the reader a little bit of each ethnic cuisine, vegan style."
BizIndia.net,10/18/12
"Ideal for use in the kitchen by any vegan (or non-vegan) looking for a large variety of dishes for all occasions and for more yummy ways to please their taste buds...This delightful book is an ideal gift for people (including for themselves) who love variety and a broad range in their culinary lives, even if they are not vegans...Whether it is breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner or dessert ideas you are looking for to break the monotony of cooking the same old foods, this valuable book can help you immeasurably, finding the ideal dish to satisfy the palate...a great resource for the home-based cook as well as professional chef...Wonderful."
Lemuria Books (blog), 10/21/12
"It looks just as delightful as "Veganomicon," and I can't wait to try out some of the delicious recipes for curries, soups and dumplings, especially since the fall weather is starting to encourage higher comfort food consumption."
Bookviews blog, November 2012
"Really delivers the goods...There are popular foods like lasagna, pad thai, wonton soup, and a whole range of flavorful delights...This book will surely please those who prefer vegetables."
"Christian Science Monitor," 11/20/12
"I'm no vegan. I'm not even a vegetarian, but this is probably my favorite new cookbook of the season--and it's a must for the vegans and vegetarians on your holiday shopping list...[Romero] has delivered what may be her best book yet. It features a range of full-flavored recipes, from kimchi to Thai coconut curry. The book's diverse Asian offerings are particularly outstanding, as the recipes naturally lend themselves to vegan cooking. You'll find classics that you recognize from your local international eateries, as well as new offerings that you haven't tried before. This is exceptionally good food for vegans, vegetarians, and the rest of us who are trying to eat a more sustainable, healthy, plant-based diet."
"Christian Science Monitor," 11/20/12
Named one of the "23 of the best new and upcoming cookbooks/food books for the holidays"
"Buffalo"" News," 11/28/12
"Draws on inspirations and everyday recipes from at least five continents, including Greek and Turkish, Afghani and Jamaican, Belgian and Sri Lankan. As it turns out, billions of people eat vegan food every day--they just call it 'food.'"
TheWeiserKitchen.com, 7/16/14
"Romero leads us on a grand tour of vegan food. Writing in a light and informal style, she makes a delightful travel companion, offering tips on cooking techniques and less familiar ingredients, menu ideas, and insights on how to make recipes more healthful...The whimsical yet very contemporary design and graphics add to the book's charm."
Midwest Book Review, September 2014
"A top pick for any interested in exploring the international possibilities of vegan cooking."
The Blender Girl, 10/4/14
"250 bold, delicious recipes based on international favorites. This book is like culinary world tour...This book is just sensational."

About the Author

Terry Hope Romero is the author of several bestselling and award-winning cookbooks. In 2011 she was named Favorite Cookbook Author by VegNews. Terry lives, cooks, and eats in Queens, New York and can be found on the web at veganlatina.com.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3377 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books; First Trade Paper Edition edition (30 Oct. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ADUD7IY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #591,934 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover
I love this book! I've had it for about three weeks and I've already made around 15 recipes. I'm loving that it's pushing me to find new ingredients and to try cuisines that I would usually have decided were too complicated or beyond me!

The book itself is beautiful, I love that it's hard backed, so many of my paperback cookbooks are falling apart because they've been used so much but my trusty hardback copy of Veganomicon is holding up despite the fact that I use it all the time!

There's a great section in this book entitled 'Kitchen Cartography' where Terry describes cooking techniques and ingredients you'll need for the recipes within the book as well as ideas of where to find them. For me it's worth seeking out some new soy sauces or cooking wines so that I can recreate food that I've loved at a restaurant or whilst travelling and I've loved everything that I've cooked so far. Not everything is complicated or included hard to find ingredients though and there's a great key to help you find quick, supermarket friendly or beginner suitable recipes.
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I helped with the recipe testing for this book and highly reccomend giving it a go! Some of the recipes are for the more exerienced vegan cook but there is a good variety of levels of difficulty. It s full of unique recipes that i have not always seen aproached from a vegan point of view. Can't wait to make all of these all over again.
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Here is a book that left this reviewer with mixed feelings. A sort of confusion if you like.
The concept itself is simple. Hundreds of recipes that are suitable for a vegan diet, underscored by an ecological motive to 'save the planet.' It is just a question as to whether this book was 'preaching to the converted' as there seemed to be, at times, a bit of a clash of identities and meanings.
Beginning with a fairly heavy, slightly oppressive, fundamentalist manifesto for veganism this book managed to annoy this reviewer in quick order and if he did not have to read the book regardless it probably would have been cast aside. Those who are vegan will already be converted to the cause and those who are wavering or just considering adding some vegan recipes to their food repertoire without fully eschewing meat might feel hectored. It just feels wrong and a bit too pushy, which is a shame as undoubtedly the sentiments come from the heart and there can be many valid points within the introductory text. The best way to describe the feeling is to consider an unwelcome visitor on your doorstep pushing their religious beliefs whilst letting enthusiasm get in the way of their presentation. That said, fortunately there are not many pages in this vein before a sense of normality comes back to the book. 
The reader is then taken truly back to to the first step, should it be necessary, with an introduction on how to cook - or "Kitchen Cartography: Mapping Your Way To A Brave New Vegan Cuisine" as the author calls it. It is more than an overview of vegan cooking and how it might differ (for those who are coming from a non-vegan lifestyle). It even teaches you things such as how to cut vegetables (!). Food ingredients, cuisine styles and typical kitchen equipment are also considered in great detail.
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The recipes are interesting but some of the ingredients may be difficult to source in the uk. The few recipes I have tried need plenty of time and have been complicated. I would have liked more photos so that I could see what the end result should look like.
This will probably not be one of my 'go to' recipe books.
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