Foods That Don't Bite Back: Vegan Cooking Made Simple

by Sue Donaldson

March 1, 2003 | Trade Paperback

Foods That Don't Bite Back: Vegan Cooking Made Simple is rated 5 out of 5 by 1.

If you need a reason to become a vegan, Sue Donaldson outlines the ethical, environmental, and health reasons why a meat and animal product-free lifestyle is not only attainable but necessary. This book is packed with information and resources for eating and living animal free, including advice for making the transition and dealing with questions from family and friends, a glossary of ingredients, and a list of websites, books and articles for further reading. There are over 80 recipes for vegan appetizers, soups, main courses and desserts, plus breakfast and lunch ideas. Even unrepentant carnivores might be tempted by vegan recipes for Baked Red Peppers with Garlic and Capers, Spicy Chickpea Curry, and Risotto with Lemon and Tarragon.

Format: Trade Paperback

Published: March 1, 2003

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1552854590

ISBN - 13: 9781552854594

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent This book offers simple and tasty recipes. The chick pea dish pictured on the front cover is as delicious as it looks and takes only minutes to prepare. I also like the fact that the ingredients to most of these recipes are common and easy to find.
Date published: 2007-05-10

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Foods That Don't Bite Back: Vegan Cooking Made Simple

Foods That Don't Bite Back: Vegan Cooking Made Simple

by Sue Donaldson

Format: Trade Paperback

Published: March 1, 2003

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1552854590

ISBN - 13: 9781552854594

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If you need a reason to become a vegan, Sue Donaldson outlines the ethical, environmental, and health reasons why a meat and animal product-free lifestyle is not only attainable but necessary. This book is packed with information and resources for eating and living animal free, including advice for making the transition and dealing with questions from family and friends, a glossary of ingredients, and a list of websites, books and articles for further reading. There are over 80 recipes for vegan appetizers, soups, main courses and desserts, plus breakfast and lunch ideas. Even unrepentant carnivores might be tempted by vegan recipes for Baked Red Peppers with Garlic and Capers, Spicy Chickpea Curry, and Risotto with Lemon and Tarragon.

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Imagine a picnic of Tabouleh, Stuffed Grapevine Leaves, and Carrot-Tahini Sandwiched, with Banana Surprise Tea Cake for dessert. Picture throwing a party and serving Hungarian Mushroom Soup, Red & White Onion Tart, ad Chocolate-Orange Pudding as a finale. All these recipes and more can be found in this collection of delicious and easy vegan dishes.

Whether you want to add a few new items to your repertoire or transform your eating habits to cut out animal products completely, Sue Donaldson shows you how. She has sugestions for adapting favorite recipes, ideas for breakfast and lunch as well as tips about how to detect hidden animal ingredients. And she provides a wide range of recipes with creative variations to suit all tastes. So go ahead and treat yourself to something delicious, satisfying, and guilt free.

About the Author

Sue Donaldson grew up in Manotick, Ontario, a small town south of Ottawa. With her undergraduate degrees in Arts and Education, and an M.A. in Applied Linguistics from Carleton University, she taught adult English and ESL classes in Ottawa for several years. She has been a vegan for about 15 years, and her views have evolved in response to debate and reading about how animals raised for food are treated. When at home in Perth Road Village, Sue spends time gardening, hiking, swimming and, of course, cooking delicious vegan feasts for family and friends.