• Vegetarian cookery

      The Findhorn Book of Vegetarian Recipes

      by Kay Lynne Sherman

      Since 1962 the Findhorn Community in the North of Scotland has created healthy and creative vegetarian food for its members and guests. The life within the food we eat nourishes more than just our bodies and the vitality we recieve is a measure of the love and care that has gone into its preparation.;Here is a collection of the favourite recipes that have been used and loved over the years, celebrating the pleasures of preparing food with love and joy. From the simplicity of sprouting alfalfa seeds, through home-made bread and breakfast treats, to a range of vegetarian entrees and desserts and even a "proper tea party", this book offers recipes - and a perspecive on the art of cooking - that have grown out of the community's experience.;All the recipes have clear, easy-to-follow instructions and are in metric, Imperial and American measurements.

    • Vegetarian cookery
      March 2012

      My Goodness

      Easy Wholesome Food

      by Liz. Nolan

      Simple recipes. Wholesome ingredients. Delicious meals. Vegetarian cooking doesn’t get better than this. Liz Nolan developed her passion for healthy and nutritious food at the Wholemeal Café in London and she now works as a nutritional therapist. In My Goodness she has brought together her favourite easy-to-cook vegetarian recipes for every meal of the day. So whether it’s an apricot and oatmeal scone for breakfast, a butterbean and coconut soup for lunch, or a chickpea and red lentil curry for dinner, this collection has something for you. Plus there are breads to bake, yoghurts to blend and, of course, dessert. Be inspired!

    • Vegetarian cookery

      Verdura

      Vegetables Italian Style

      by Viana. La Place

    • Vegetarian cookery

      The Greens Cookbook

      by Deborah. Madison

    • National & regional cuisine

      Classic Vegetarian Cookery

      by Arto Der Haroutunian

    • Food & Drink

      The New Manual In The Art Of Sugar Boiling

      by Ildo Nicolello, Maureen Nicolello

      The manual is specifically designed for trainees to professional chefs and confectioners, providing recipes and methods clearly written to help develop a understanding of basic and advanced original new and old ideas. To be used in practical situation, kitchen, bakeries, in laboratories or at home. Yet to find another book with similar concise information. Other books slightly related to sugar boiling work, are available, mainly from continental publishers, using very glossy formats, expensive and based for professional confectioners in mind.

    • Vegetarian cookery
      November 2014

      Fraser's Seasonal Soups

      by Fraser Reid

      A soup for every week of the year, from an artisan greengrocer with a mission – to make it easy for people to cook with fresh, interesting, seasonal produce. From his shops on the east coast of Scotland, he creates soups that celebrate the wonderfully diverse flavours of the country through the seasons. This book brings together 52 of our favourite vegetarian recipes with tips and variations to inspire you to make soup for every season. From Alternative Scotch Broth to Persian Root & Fruit, it's your seasonal guide and soup bible for simple, healthy and cost-effective meals.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      April 2018

      Masala Mamas

      Recipes and stories from Indian women changing their communities through food and love

      by Elana Sztokman

      In the Kalwa slum in Mumbai, India, where harsh conditions make it difficult for some children to study, an amazing group of women is working to make sure that kids go to school. Meet the Masala Mamas, 16 women who live in the Kalwa slum who are dedicating their lives to providing hot meals for kids in school. Every morning, they cook hundreds of meals – hot nutritious meals from fresh ingredientsand aromatic spices. They cook with extra special love, care and dedication. Because their customers are the most important people in the world: children. These are their stories and their recipes. It is a cookbook like you’ve never seen before. It is about women, friendship, social change, Indian culture, and most of all love. All through food.

    • Food & Drink

      Taste of The Vegtable Dites

      by Li Tao

      This book starts with more than fifty stories about the original materials of vegetable dites. These charming stories not only record the process of discovering food but also moved you by authors’ unique real experience. These stores are divided into four chapter .Chapter One consists of some brief history of he vegetable dites on Chinese traditional Festival; Chapter Two describes some free growers which are treated as nutritious food now. Li Tao describes how linking our eating to seasonal rhythms can ensure a harmonious relationship between ourselves and the environment. Li Tao leads his kitchen brigade to innovate some popular traditional vegetable dites. Chapter Three introduces thrty-nine innovated delicious vegetable diet recipes appreciated by celebrity, as White Tea Mousse, Boiled Cha rice and Rice Cake in Fermented Rice wine etc are shared by some vegetarian director and actors. Chapter Four is a delightful look at the philosophy, history, and culture of tea in China and abroad. Tea is a significant volume in the study of vegetable dites and sure to become a classic in itself. Li Tao shares his experience of tea-tasing which make you think more deeply about the tea you drink, the vegetable food you eat and the life you own.

    • Vegetarian cookery
      February 2015

      VEGETARIAN SLOW COOKER RECIPES

      175 one-pot, no-fuss recipes for soups, appetizers, main courses, side dishes, desserts, cakes, preserves and drinks, with over 150 photographs

      by Catherine Atkinson Jenni Fleetwood

      It is hard to go wrong with a slow-cooked meal because the finished dishes will rarely spoil if not eaten the moment they are ready; in fact, many will improve if they are made the day before. This easy-to-use book contains a range of classic vegetarian recipes and also some delectable new creations to try. There are warming soups such as Potage of Lentils, delicious appetizers such as Mini Baked Potatoes with Blue Cheese, hearty main courses such as Mushroom and Fennel Hotpot, and sumptuous desserts such as Chocolate Chip and Banana Pudding.You ll soon discover that fantastically tasty and tender meals are very definitely worth the wait. VEGETARIAN SLOW COOKER RECIPES 175 one-pot, no-fuss recipes for soups, appetizers, main courses, side dishes, desserts, cakes, preserves and drinks, with over 150 photographs Catherine Atkinson and Jenni Fleetwood CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Vegetarian cookery
      February 2016

      THE GREEN JUICE BOOK

      Detox - Energize - Lose Weight

      by Sara Lewis

      Gorgeous photographs by William Shaw will inspire you to get blending, juicing and drinking your way to green superhealth. CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Health & wholefood cookery
      April 2016

      SUPERFOOD BREAKFASTS!

      50 smoothie bowls, power bars & energy balls

      by Sara Lewis

      Full of superfoods such as kale, quinoa, chia, avocado,edamame, blueberries, hemp seeds, brazil nuts, green tea,bio yogurt and spirulina, smoothie bowls, jars and barsare the super-trendy way to start the day. For a visualand nutritional boost add exotic nutrition-packedtoppings such as crispy and crunchy homemade granola,maple-glazed seeds and jewel-like pomegranate seeds orgoji berries.These fabulous breakfast ideas not only lookgood but do you good too. Those who eat breakfastboth function better and lose weight more successfully.We should all be eating more fruit and vegetables andthese bowls are just bursting with essential vitamins,minerals, good fats, good carbs and fibre to help keep ourbody in tip-top shape and to boost our immunity. 10 minutes to transform your health! That's all it takesto create a fabulous smoothie bowl, a fruit and vegetablesoup, a rainbow-layered jar, and power bars and energyballs to go. Here are super-energizing ways to start the day, allpacked with superfoods such as kale, spinach, blueberries,flaxseeds, nuts, yogurt, goji berries, coconut andwholegrains. Over 50 delicous kick-starting breakfasts from fruit-and seed-topped smoothie bowls to nutrition-packedbars and balls. Sara Lewis's health-boosting recipes and gorgeousphotographs by William Shaw will inspire you to getblending, juicing and layering your way to superhealth. CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Health & wholefood cookery

      ENERGY BALLS & POWER BITES

      All-natural snacks for healthy energy boosts

      by Sara Lewis

      There are moments in the day when you need a boost to keep you alert, or a protein burst post-gym or run. Our bodies need energy through the day, but snacking on sugary or salty processed foods is not the healthy answer. Here are nutrient-dense and tasty fatiguefighting snacks that are good for you too. Many can be made in a matter of minutes; others can be kept ready in the fridge and even freezer to pull out as you need. There are energy balls made with fresh medjool dates, frozen berries and spirulina; wholegrain muesli bars; lime and chia bars; spiced apple bites; and pumpkin seed, almond and sour cherry bars, all packed with taste and goodness. Tempting tried-and-tested new recipes for the trendiest superfood snacks. Energy balls, power bites, nut clusters, popcorns, vegetable crisps, trail mixes, muesli bars and flapjacks. The ultimate portable health snack, to keep you going when you are on the go. Ideas for using all kinds of healthy low-sugar wholegrains, seeds, nuts, fruits, vegetables, some including extra protein boosts with spirulina, soya, and hemp powders. Expert advice on diet and how to reduce sugar, with a nutritional analysis provided for every recipe. CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Vegetarian cookery
      September 2018

      VEGAN COOKBOOK

      A comprehensive practical reference to vegan food and eating, with advice on ingredients, nutrition and over 140 deliciously healthy recipes

      by Tony and Yvonne Bishop-Weston

      The vegan revolution is here to stay and now it is easier than ever to ditch animal-based foods and embrace a natural, healthier and more environmentally-friendly way of life. This updated new edition of a great classic book outlines the latest advice on key nutrients and, along with favourite vegan mainstays, offers new exciting recipes to prove that being vegan does not mean excluding comfort food, sweet treats, or wickedly savoury delights. The 140 recipes range from Granola Breakfast Bars and Vegetable Seaweed Dahl to Roasted Squash and Mushroom Ramen, and Apple Chia Puddings - there has never been a better, and easier, time to go vegan! CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Preserving & freezing

      FERMENTATION

      How to make your own sauerkraut, kimchi, brine pickles, kefir, kombucha, vegan dairy, and more

      by Simonsson

      FERMENTATION How to make your own sauerkraut, kimchi, brine pickles, kefir, kombucha, vegan dairy, and more Åsa Simonsson Cabbage, salt and water... and time. That's all it takes to make one of the healthiest foods. Ferments are amazing, they not only are great-tasting, but are very good for you. Used for centuries as a natural way of food preservation, they are now known to actively improve digestive balance and gut health. What is more satisfying than lining up a row of brightly coloured jars that you have made yourself, all bursting with natural goodness? Ferments are cheap and easy-to-make, yet full of sophisticated flavours, aromas and textures. And the benefits of fermented food can be found in much more than cabbage sauerkraut: this detailed and practical book also shows how to make all kinds of delicious brine pickles, kimchi, kefir, kombucha, nut cheeses, and sourdough. Åsa Linéa Simonsson grew up making ferments in her native Sweden; a trained naturopath and nurse, she runs a busy natural nutrition and health practice in the UK combined with popular workshops and retreats. CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • General cookery & recipes
      October 2017

      175 SLOW COOKER VEGETARIAN RECIPES

      Delicious one-pot no-fuss recipes for soups, appetizers, main courses, side dishes, desserts, cakes, preserves and drinks, with 150 photographs

      by Catherine Atkinson and Jenni Fleetwood

      Slow-cooked recipes are ideal for busy cooks who want minimum-effort meals with maximum appeal just put all the ingredients into a casserole, slow cooker or clay pot, switch on the heat, turn on the timer and leave the food to simmer, resulting in a wonderfully tasty meal without any fuss. This easy-to-use book contains a wide range of classic vegetarian recipes plus some delectable new creations to try. At-a-glance nutritional analysis is provided for each recipe so that you can plan for individual diets. With this tempting range of 175 leisurely recipes, you ll soon discover that mouthwatering, tender meals are definitely worth the wait. CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Vegetarian cookery
      February 2014

      170 VEGETARIAN RECIPES WITH JUST 3 OR 4 INGREDIENTS

      170 simple, speedy dishes from soups and appetizers to light lunches and main courses shown in 200 vibrant photographs

      by Jenny White

      This book shows how with just a few basic items from the storecupboard, and four or fewer ingredients for each recipe, delicous vegetarian dishes can be made with minimum effort. From a relaxed weekend brunch or speedy supper to a more elaborate dinner for friends, there's a recipe to suit all occasions. Whether you are a strict vegetarian or just want a more meat-free diet, there is plenty to choose from: such as Mushroom Stroganoff, Mixed Bean and Tomato Chilli, Creamy Red Lentil Dahl, Passion Fruit Souffl or Tangy Raspberry and Lemon Tartlets. Each recipe comes with a finished photograph and easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions. 170 VEGETARIAN RECIPES WITH JUST 3 OR 4 INGREDIENTS 170 simple, speedy dishes from soups and appetizers to light lunches and main courses shown in 200 vibrant photographs Jenny White CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Vegetarian cookery
      July 2018

      VEGETABLE & SALAD COOKING BOX

      A collection of tasty ideas in two step-by-step cookbooks

      by Steven Wheeler and Christine Ingram

      These two classic books offer a complete guide to making salads and cooking with vegetables. The Salad Book shows there is much more to a salad than a handful of lettuce leaves and a few tomatoes. There is a salad for every season and every occasion, from a simple Carrot and Orange Salad to the extravagant San Francisco Salad. The World Encyclopedia of Vegetables combines a complete illustrated guide to vegetables with a compendium of delicious recipes, such as Spinach Ravioli and Squash Risotto. Together, the books provide a onestop box set, with everything you need to create perfect salads and vegetable dishes all year round. VEGETABLE & SALAD COOKING BOX A collection of tasty ideas in two step-by-step cookbooks Steven Wheeler and Christine Ingram

    • Vegetarian cookery
      November 2011

      THE VEGAN KITCHEN

      A practical guide to vegan food and cooking with over 40 tempting recipes, including nutritional advice and more than 350 step-by-step photographs

      by Tony Yvonne Bishop-Weston

      Whether you are already a vegan, or are considering becoming one, this book offers a wealth of advice for living a healthy life. It covers what foods and products to avoid and how to replace them, maintaining a balanced diet, preparing meals for the family, planning foods for pregnancy, eating out and entertaining at home. An indepth directory of ingredients contains every kind of natural food, from fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds to tofu, herbs and vegan alternatives to dairy products. The book also contains 40 sumptuous recipes so that you can put all these ingredients into action, making it the perfect addition to any vegan s kitchen shelf. THE VEGAN KITCHEN A practical guide to vegan food and cooking with over 40 tempting recipes, including nutritional advice and more than 350 step-by-step photographs Tony and Yvonne Bishop-Weston CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Vegetarian cookery
      April 2012

      THE BEST-EVER VEGETARIAN COOKBOOK

      Over 200 recipes, illustrated step by step - each dish beautifully photographed to guarantee perfect results every time

      by Linda Fraser

      There has never been a better time to enjoy vegetarian food. Meat-free eating has well and truly outgrown its worthy-yet-dull image, and vegetarian cuisine is now widely regarded as appetizing, economical and innovative. This book contains a complete selection of delicious vegetarian recipes, from the old-fashioned comfort of a warming soup, such as Wild Mushroom or Classic French Onion, to enticing recipes from world cuisines like Vegetable Fajitas, Gado Gado, or Mediterranean Vegetables with Tahini. The dishes celebrate the diversity of choice in the vegetarian diet from soups and salads to light lunches and main courses for special occasions. Perfect for those wanting to expand their repertoire of vegetarian recipes, as well as people wanting to embark on a healthier lifestyle, this book is proof that eating the vegetarian way is not only nutritious but an exciting experience too. THE BEST-EVER VEGETARIAN COOKBOOK Over 200 recipes, illustrated step by step - each dish beautifully photographed to guarantee perfect results every time Linda Fraser CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

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