What Vegans Eat

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AUTHOR
Brett Cobley
DIMENSION
9,41 MB
FILE NAME
What Vegans Eat.pdf
ISBN
6655288719287

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'A cracking cookbook bursting with delicious plant-based recipes' BOSH!What do Vegans Eat? The mystery is there is no mystery, from comforting Italian dishes to Sunday Roasts and Simple Suppers - vegans can have it all!So, whether you're giving Veganuary a go, cooking for a vegan friend, or simply cutting back on meat and dairy, look no further!Discover what vegans eat: everyday for breakfast, lunch and dinner; on-the-go; with their gang; for special occasions; to feed a crowd; and for treats!This book will also hold your hand as you take your first vegan steps; show you how to stock up on the basics; and teach you quick tricks to ensure you never go hungry even when your cupboards feel bare. Dig in to discover your new go-to dishes, including:Pancake stacksPB&J Soaked OatsEpic BruschettaGreen Pea and Pesto SoupSpicy Bean Sub SandwichArancini with Arrabiata SauceWarm Asparagus SaladItalian Flag LasagneMexican PizzaWhite Wine & Pesto GnocchiGourmet GratinThai Curried Tofu SkewersLinguini FusionOreo MousseBlueberry and Lemon Drizzle CakeBrett Cobley's (@EpiVegan) mouth-watering recipes - loved by his 60k Instagram followers - celebrate flavour, ingredients, the joy of cooking and, most importantly, eating!

These include meat, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs and foods made by bees. 7-15: Ingredients or Additives Derived From Animals Many foods... Where a vegetarian may eat some animal products like dairy and eggs, a vegan eats absolutely no animal products, including any foods that have come from an animal - including things like honey ... A vegan diet contains only plants (such as vegetables, grains, nuts and fruits) and foods made from plants.

Let's start with the easy stuff, and work our way up to more involved meals. Nutritional Considerations.

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