Food52 Vegan by Gena HamshawAn essential collection of hassle-free, vibrant vegan recipes, from the author behind Food52s wildly popular The New Veganism and Vegan Lunch columns.
This lush, modern collection features 60 recipes for dependable yet fresh vegan standbys, including bold pasta dishes, hearty stews, inventive bean burgers, nourishing whole grains, innovative salads, and rich desserts. Food52 columnist, certified clinical nutritionist, and author Gena Hamshaws approach to vegan cooking will appeal to vegans, flexitarians, and omnivores alike: At its heart, vegan food is just food. Creative, satisfying, and colorful, it offers tremendous possibility to the home cook. With exquisite photography for every dish and abundant kitchen confidence tips throughout--such as making cashew cream for rich soups, using nutritional yeast to add umami to a batch of fresh pesto, and adding avocado to breakfast smoothies for a creamy texture--this will be every home cooks go-to guide for incorporating plant-based dishes into their daily routine.
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Food52 Vegan: 60 Vegetable-Driven Recipes for Any Kitchen
We're pretty obsessed with This Thing Now. Here's how to get it into your life. We know how they feel. Vegan cooking has a bad rap among many omnivores who cringe at the idea of swapping meat for TVP or nut butters for traditional butter. But cookbook author Gena Hamshaw takes vegan cooking in another direction: a full-on celebration of vegetables and grains that are naturally vegan, mixing in a just a bit of tofu, tempeh and nut milks when necessary.
Editorial Reviews. Review. “In one timely and terrific volume, Gena Hamshaw and Food52 celebrate the versatility and breadth of what is possible in plant- based.
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