The Happy Herbivore Cookbook

The Happy Herbivore Cookbook

Over 175 Delicious Fat-free and Low-fat Vegan Recipes

Book - 2011
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Vegan chef of one of the top 50 food blogs on the Web, HappyHerbivore.com, Lindsay Nixon, gives hundreds of thousands of her followers recipes each month, showing that the vegan diet is not only healthy but delicious, too.

Now, Nixon combines some of her tastiest recipes in The Happy Herbivore Cookbook , each made with no added fats, using only whole, plant-based foods. It's easy to make great food at home using the fewest number of ingredients and ones that can easily be found at any store, on any budget.

The Happy Herbivore Cookbook includes:

• A variety of recipes from quick and simple to decadent and advanced
• Helpful hints and cooking tips, from basic advice such as how to steam potatoes to more specific information about which bread, tofu or egg replacer works best in a recipe
• An easy-to-use glossary demystifying any ingredients that may be new to the reader
• Healthy insight: Details on the health benefits and properties of key ingredients
• Pairing suggestions with each recipe to help make menu planning easy and painless
• Allergen-free recipes, including gluten-free, soy-free, corn-free, and sugar-free

With a conventionally organized format; easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions; nutritional analyses, colorful photographs; funny blurbs at the beginning of each recipe; helpful tips throughout; and chef's notes suggesting variations for each dish, even the most novice cook will find healthy cooking easy--and delicious!
Publisher: Dallas, Tex. : BenBella Books, 2011.
ISBN: 9781935618126
Branch Call Number: 641.5636 NIXON
Characteristics: ix, 310 p. ill.

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dontbugmeimreading
Mar 09, 2013

This book is only available from my library as an e-book - like, really - a cookbook? Ended up ordering it from Chapters - wish the library would do the same.

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dianewkp
Mar 07, 2013

I love this cookbook. The hippie loaf with smashed potatoes and brown gravy was delicious. The enchilada casserole was really good too. The recipes seem decadent, but are healthy and low fat. I'm going to buy it.

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abookandacuppa
Feb 21, 2013

This is such a great cookbook! Even if you are not a vegetarian or vegan, these recipes are healthy and relatively simple to prepare.

ayissetpr Oct 21, 2012

It's a great book. Most ingredients are easy to find. Recipes easy to read and understand. Sometimes, It's difficult to different foods (recipes). This book give you good ideas.

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MamaRass
May 02, 2012

Love this book. It doesn't have a lot of weird ingredients that you're only going to use once for one meal. I've found most of the recipes to be budget friendly and very good! For a family that has recently started eating a plant based diet- this is a great book. We use the cheese sauces on everything!

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JustRead999
Mar 04, 2012

My absolute favorite cookbook hands down. Always an abundance of approachable dinner ideas!!

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HereHere
Oct 25, 2011

A great book if you are becoming vegan and looking for classics that don't always rely on tofu, yet incorporate some amounts of whole wheat flour. For example, there's a tofu-less French Toast, pancake recipe, Easy home fries and easy sweat potate fries in the breakfast section. Whole wheat pasty flour is used in the cinnimon buns. It has become obvious to me that if you are going to go vegan, a food processor is really a must.The soups are weak, but there is a ridiculously easy buddha's delight recipe and a cheater pad thai that looks pretty easy. A Hippie loaf looks like a much improved version of an alternative to meat-loaf without the TVP disaster I had last time. Lots of fairly simple dessert recipes. There are some recipes that refer to other recipes, lots of spicy dishes, and some use of processed foods (e.g. vegie parmasean). Maple icing. No cook applesauce. Brown rice milk.

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dailia
Jul 18, 2011

I liked this book. It is a good mix of everyday recipes and slightly more difficult ones. The only thing I didn't like was the gratuitious use of dried onions and garlic in the recipes.

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