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Vegan Feasts (The essential Rose Elliot) Paperback – 3 Mar 1997

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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Thorsons (3 Mar. 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0722533837
  • ISBN-13: 978-0722533833
  • Product Dimensions: 19.4 x 12.6 x 2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 723,407 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Rose Elliot’s first vegan cookbook – a modern classic

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Rose Elliot’s first vegan cookbook – a modern classic

Rose Elliot’s first collection of recipes for the vegan cook is inspiring. Using the freshest of ingredients – without meat, eggs or diary products – you will be able to create the tastiest dishes for every occasion.

Whether you want recipes for quick snacks, light lunches or party menus, 'Vegan Feasts' is full of innovative and exciting recipes: quick starters such as Mushroom Pâté with Porcini; soups such as Red Pepper Soup with Basil; main courses such as Green Lentil Chilli Burgers with Creamy Dill Sauce; and wicked puddings such as the Boozy Vegan ‘Christmas Pudding’ Ice Cream. A book of modern classics and old favourites to help you create your vegan feasts.

Rose Elliot also gives advise on balancing your meals to ensure you get enough protein and nutrients. And the good news is that vegan food is the healthiest you can eat! You are much less likely to suffer from cancer, heart disease, food allergies and many other illnesses if you eat purely vegan.

Rose Elliot is Britain’s most popular and versatile vegetarian cookery writer and her creative and easy style is an inspiration to anyone interested in vegetarian cooking. Her books have been widely praised and include: 'The Bean Book, Not Just a Load of Old Lentils, The New Simply Delicious, Vegetarian Cookery, Vegetarian Four Seasons Cheap and Easy,' and 'Vegetarian Fast Food, all available from HarperCollins.'

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Format: Paperback
the steamed syrup pudding did it for me a lush simple pud although i changed the recipe a tad so i could micro wave it.the recipes are a bit more special than i normally cook but if friends are popping over this is the book i dust off the food looks good and tastes great from simple garlic bread to penne rigate with artichoke hearts its all good
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excellent vegan cookbook, informative about benefits of a vegan diet, also very easy measurements in recipes to follow
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Good clean copy of a classic, arrived quickly too. Excellent!
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HASH(0x9001cab0) out of 5 stars Very disappointing 21 Jan. 2001
By Helena - Published on
Format: Paperback
I've tried several recipes out of this book and have been very disappointed with the results. The 'Broccoli and almond quiche' is very oily and doesn't taste that great. The 'Lentil loaf' is just awful. The 'Couscous with chickpea stew' is okay, but doesn't give enough reason to buy this book.
This book contains a lot of oily, deep-fry, margarine and sugar recipes. The writer is from the UK and the dishes remind me of some vegan food I tasted when I was over there.
I hate to say anything negative about a vegan book (I'm a vegan myself), but this book just isn't good advertisement for veganism in my opinion.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8f8b8144) out of 5 stars great book great food 7 Jan. 2001
By Denise - Published on
Format: Paperback
I knew Rose Elliot's books, some years ago when I lived in England, and when I decided becoming vegetarian. Her food is simple to make, whith ordinary ingredients, but is always delicious.Her lemony vegetables and brown rice is always a winner with me and my husbang.God save Rose Elliot.
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HASH(0x8f9190e4) out of 5 stars A significant addition to any veg cookbook library! 19 Aug. 2002
By Melanie - Published on
Format: Paperback
While it isn't difficult for vegans to modify most vegetarian recipes, it is nice not to have to. A quality vegan recipe book is important for those of us who don't use products from animals and who want diversity in our meals. Rose Elliot dispels many of the myths commonly associated with vegetarian and vegan diets. At the beginning of her book, Elliot deals with misconceptions that much of society has concerning protein, iron, calcium and vitamin B12. After putting the reader's mind to rest concerning these items, Elliot briefly states some of the benefits of vegetarian and vegan diets. The book has a variety of nutritious recipes in the following sections: Soups; Dips; Sandwiches and Bread-based Snacks; Salads, Dressings and Appetizers; Sauces; Pastry Dishes; Pasta Dishes; Legume Dishes; Grain and Nut Dishes; Potato Dishes; Desserts; and Scones, Cakes and Cookies.
As with her book Vegetarian Christmas, Elliot's recipes are easy to prepare and sound delicious. Each recipe includes the number of servings it makes and many recipes include variations. A few of the recipes that I'm looking forward to trying are: Lentil Loaf, Stuffed Nut Roast, Instant Vegan Raspberry Ice, Christmas (plum) Pudding, Spring Rolls with Dipping Sauce, and Bread Sauce.
Vegan Feasts is an excellent recipe book that will be a significant addition to any vegetarian's or vegan's cookbook library! -Reviewed by N. Glenn Perrett
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8faef960) out of 5 stars Great desserts! 22 Mar. 2001
By Annwen - Published on
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The thing that makes this book worth having is the dessert section. I haven't made many of the savory recipies as I can manage without a recipie book for those, the thing I think every vegan needs help on is puddings and sweet things. As a vegan I really miss things like 'steamed suryp pudding' and 'chocolate cheese cake' and 'rum truffles' - untill now. This book is great because it doesn't assume that because you're vegan you only want to eat low fat carob things, it gives great recipies using proper chocolate, vegan buiscits and vegan cream. This is heaven for those of you who really miss dairy desserts - you need never go without treats again!!
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