Food & Drink

Vegetarian

  • HDGV
    Hairy Bikers
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    Si King and Dave Myers are cutting down on meat - and they're sharing 80 of their favourite veggie recipes with you in this exciting cookbook.

    With their healthy edge, these tasty recipes will keep even the hungriest carnivore happily full. There are low-cal versions of traditional classics and family favourites and the recipes range from Lancashire hot pots to veggie sausages.

    The Hairy Bikers have never compromised on flavour and whether you want starters, snacks, soups, brunches or mains, you're sure to find something you'll enjoy over and over again in their latest meat-free cookbook.
  • VGGO
    Jerome Eckmeier
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    Inject some vegan flavour into your lunchtime with this selection of 100 delicious and nutritious recipes that you can take anywhere.

    This book contains tasty ideas for snacks, soups, salads, sandwiches, sweet treats and so much more. Among the delicious portable lunches you can enjoy are polenta parcels, sweet potato burgers, courgetti salad and tofu sushi.

    With mouth-watering photographs accompanying many of the recipes, they're all easy to make and there is even information to tell you how long it will take and the best ways to transport them so they stay fresh.
  • ENER
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    Whether you want a post-workout refuel, a boost to your immunity or a healthy snack, you can find it in the shape of these high-protein Energy Bites.

    Bite-sized balls of balanced nutrition, every one of the 15 recipes is packed with protein-rich ingredients. Combined with low-GI carbs and healthy fats, each ball delivers a slow-release nutrition bomb to keep blood-sugar steady and energy levels high.

    The recipes are themed around muscle build, detox, immunity and more and there are a mix of bake and no-bake and sweet and savoury recipes to choose from. All the recipes are vegetarian, too!
  • AWVK
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    From The Australian Women's Weekly, The Vegan Kitchen presents over 130 wholefood recipes that are perfect for a plant-based diet.

    Vegan food has never been more popular, especially now the health and environmental benefits are more widely known, and this book will help anyone who has changed their diet embrace all sorts of new flavours. It shows how accessible it is to eliminate meat, dairy and eggs.

    There are fresh recipe ideas that use 'new' alternative ingredients that are readily available and it even has recipes for making your own animal-free yoghurt, cheese, mayonnaise and ice cream.
  • VBBQ
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    If you're a vegetarian and enjoy a good barbecued meal - or if you just fancy a change from meat - this little cookbook contains 101 delicious meat-free recipes for you to put on the grill and enjoy.

    Suitable for every season, the book includes recipes for burgers, smoked foods and a tasty selection of skewers, salads slaws, salsas and sauces.

    There are even some sweet treats to add the finishing touches to your brilliant barbecue.
  • SPEV
    Denise Smart
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    Make the most of your spiralizer with the 80 low-carb recipes featured in this accessible cookbook.

    Designed to help you replace your carbs, the recipes encourage you to spiralize, mash and rice your fruit and vegetables and use them as alternatives to the likes of bread, rice and pasta.

    From replacing egg noodles with spiralized sweet potato to making a pizza with a courgette base, the recipes are incredible. Among the highlights are apple and blueberry buckwheat pancakes, Moroccan beetroot tabbouleh with pomegranate and chicken and apple, cheese and walnut bread.
  • TGDA
    Lucy Jessop
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    Moreish, nutritious and full of antioxidant properties, everyone loves avocado and in this cookbook Lucy Jessop provides 40 delicious and health-boosting recipes that make the most of the tasty fruit.

    Whether you prefer it smooth, smashed, chunky or whole, there is no wrong way to eat this nutrient-packed fruit. From smashed on toast for a snack to to topped with eggs for brunch, this book covers it all. I will also show you how to transform it into a feel-good smoothie, a zingy salsa or even a sensational salad dressing.

    You can also add avocados into your dessert instead of cream. his is a brilliant book about a fruit that is becoming more and more popular.
  • VGAC
    Antonio Carluccio
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    Antonio Carluccio is one of the world's leading chefs and he knows Italian food like no other. In this collection of 120 recipes, he celebrates the taste and versatility of vegetables.

    The 120 recipes in the book reflect both traditional and contemporary Italian recipes. Making the most of humble vegetables, whether eaten raw, cooked or preserved, the recipes include pastas, soups, vegetable bakes and salads, risottos, pickle stews, tarts and dips. There are even cakes and biscuits based around veg!

    Essential for every kitchen, these healthy and tasty dishes will change the way you eat veg.
  • ONPL
    Georgina Fuggle
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    On the Pulse offers a tempting selection of classic and contemporary dishes that make use of pulses including chickpeas, lentils and broad beans. More unusual pulses including adzuki and edamame beans are also featured.

    This book encourages you to embrace rich and nutrient-dense legumes and showcases their variety, health benefits and the best ways to cook with them. Gluten free, cheap and versatile, they can be the basis of some truly simple yet stunning recipes.

    We're sure you'll love trying the likes of green falafel with Harissa yogurt, Vietnamese meatballs with edamame beans and black bean Mississippi mud pie with salted caramel.
  • BWGD
    Nina Olsson
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    Full of vibrant vegetarian (and a few vegan!) recipes full of nourishment, Bowls of Goodness is a book bursting with new ideas for simple suppers.

    With food that is all about balance and fun, the dishes are wholesome and cover everything from home-cooked comfort food to plant-based recipes, salads and smoothies - all foods that can be served in a bowl.

    All very tasty, among the highlights are creamy avocado and crispy kale soba noodles, a cosmic green smoothie and chai-poached bears with coconut ice cream.
  • TSFD
    Aidan Goggins
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    Fancy losing 7lb in 7 days? You should try the revolutionary Sirtfood Diet!

    With Lorraine Pascale, Jodie Kidd and Sir Ben Ainslie amongst those who champion the new diet, the recipes included in this book are both easy to make and delicious to eat.

    Compiled by nutritional experts, the book's recipes make use of ingredients like dark chocolate, coffee and kale - foods that activate sirtuins and switch on the so-called 'skinny gene' pathways in the body (the same ones commonly activated by fasting and exercise, meaning they help the body burn fat, increase muscle and improve health).

    Destined to help you lose weight, gain in energy and to help make your health glow, the recipes here switch on all the fat-burning powers you need.
  • AASHJ
    Young Jin Song
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    Beans and vegetables form an integral part of the Korean diet. Rather than one main meal, a typical Korean table will include a harmonious assortment of dishes, with plenty of vegetarian choices. This book celebrates the importance of vegetable dishes in the Korean diet. After an introduction to the culture and cuisine of the country follows a tantalizing and fiery selection of over 50 authentic vegetarian recipes. Chapters cover Kimchi and Quick Bites; Soups; Rice and Noodles; Vegetables, Salads and Tofu; and Sweets, Cakes and Drinks. Kimchi, the national dish made of pickled vegetables features large and other dishes include salads with spicy dressings, side servings called "namul" and "sangchae", and a variety of simple porridge dishes that have found new popularity with today's health-conscious citizens. Including more than 50 recipes and accompanied with 130 glorious photographs, you too can sample and enjoy the fiery vegetarian magic of this delectable Asian cuisine.
  • ABYOQ
    Madhur Jaffrey
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    Vegetarian cookery, once associated with the East, is now a firmly established part of our Western culture and eating habits. As meat-free cooking has grown in popularity and sophistication, we have borrowed a whole range of techniques and ideas from various cultures, creating an exciting new tradition of globally influenced vegetarian cuisine. Rather than approaching vegetarianism from a dry, didactic standpoint, this major new book takes as its starting point the principle that vegetarian cooking is one of the most interesting, dynamic areas in food today and provides a collection of the very best recipes the world's various cuisines have to offer. Chapter to chapter the book focuses on different ingredients, from vegetables and grains to pulses and dairy products, providing fascinating information about less familiar ingredients, such as wild rice or the many new kinds of salad leaves available. Over 500 recipes draw on the whole world for their inspiration, from Thailand to Tunisia, from the Mediterranean to Mexico. Throughout Madhur Jaffrey's renowned talent for informing and inspiring her audience is apparent, and her own personal anecdotes and stories set the recipes in context. Madhur Jaffrey's World Vegetarian will be a milestone in modern cuisine and is a book which is set to be on kitchen shelves for many, many years to come.
  • ACTLY
    Robin Asbell
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    This is a collection of more than 450 vegan recipes that highlight the range of flavours that occur naturally within foods. For dedicated vegans or conscientious omnivores who are interested in experimenting with veganism, "Big Vegan" offers recipes that encourage health and nutrition while keeping an eye on the bigger picture - well-being, animal rights and environmental sustainability. The mouth-watering recipes afford a chance to experience the deliciousness of plant-based foods, while imitation meat dishes (learn to make your own tempeh, seitan, and tofu!) will satisfy even the most principled vegan's carnivorous cravings. A stylish and authoritative collection of more than 400 gourmet vegan recipes, "Big Vegan" will become a go-to guide for both committed vegans and those who want to experiment with a plant-based cuisine.
  • AABYT
    Rose Elliot
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    Britain's foremost vegetarian cook and bestselling author, Rose Elliot, offers over 1000 simple and delicious recipes in this fully updated and beautifully illustrated edition of her definitive Complete Vegetarian Cookbook. Combining timeless classic dishes with modern recipes, Rose Elliot's New Complete Vegetarian is an essential cookbook for every kitchen - whether vegetarian or not. As well as many mouth-watering main course recipes and imaginative side dishes, this book also includes hundreds of great pasta, pulse and rice dishes; tempting hot and cold desserts; pizza and bread making; and tried-and-tested cakes, biscuits and scrumptious teabreads. Rose's practical and creative approach to cooking has been praised for over 35 years. Her easy-to-follow recipes and warm, unhurried writing encourage readers to try new flavours and attempt new recipes. She offers something for everyone, whether it's a warming French Onion Soup or a filling Root Vegetable and Lentil Pie. In this impressive fully revised edition, Rose includes fantastic new recipes - try Purple Sprouting Broccoli with Lemon Butter Sauce, Wild Mushrooms en Croute or Boozy Banoffee Pie. Whether you're a long-time vegetarian looking for new inspiration or a non-vegetarian who enjoys cooking and eating great food, this book has exciting ideas for all occasions.
  • AALFJ
    Simon Rimmer
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    When Simon Rimmer bought a small vegetarian restaurant, he had no idea how to cook. Armed with two cookbooks and heaps of enthusiasm, he and a friend created the best vegetarian restaurant in Manchester, famous for its unusual food and lovely atmosphere. A confirmed meat eater, Simon had to rethink his cooking and has created vegetarian recipes to please even the most dedicated carnivore. This book is a collection of some of his recipes that are quick to prepare but totally delicious. From good old favourites like macaroni cheese to Simon's more exotic fusion creations such as spicy beetroot and coconut soup, "The Accidental Vegetarian" will kill the lentil and sandal image of vegetarianism forever!
  • ADAUO
    Tony Bishop-Weston
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    This is a practical guide to vegan food and cooking with over 40 tempting recipes, including nutritional advice and more than 350 step-by-step photographs. Explore the full potential of vegan cooking with this informative guide. It includes a useful introduction that covers every aspect of becoming a vegan, from essential nutrition, ethical shopping and the daily diet to eating out and vegan parties and veganism through pregnancy, as well as a comprehensive directory of ingredients. It includes 40 fantastic recipes that cover all meas and occasions, such as Classic Cooked Breakfast, Roasted Root Vegetable Soup, Falafel, Sweet and Sour Vegetables with Tofu, Vegetable Paella, and Parsnip Cake with Orange Icing. It is beautifully illustrated with 350 photographs, including step-by-step techniques and a picture of each finished dish. Full nutritional information is provided throughout. 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 in-depth 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. This 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.
  • AFSPX
    Mary Gwynn
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    Mary Gwynn applies her 'Busy Mum's' philosophy to this inspirational collection of failsafe vegetarian recipes, all of which are tried, tested and family-approved. She knows exactly what busy mums need to help them juggle their hectic lives with feeding their families well. At the heart of this is the cleverly stocked store cupboard and fridge, and Mary's shopping tips and short cuts are just what you need to take the stress out of family mealtimes. There are ideas for everyday eating and packed lunches as well as for celebrations and parties, Christmas, and summer barbecues. Creating tasty, healthy dishes that will satisfy veggies and non-veggies alike is easy when you know how...Let Mary be your guide to a new flexible approach to vegetarian eating.
  • AHTNJ
    Charlotte Pike
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    Never mind essays and exams - one of the biggest challenges you'll face at university is fending for yourself in the kitchen, especially if you're vegetarian. The Hungry Student Vegetarian Cookbook will take you from freshers' week to graduation, all on a seriously tight budget. You'll never have to resort to a can of baked beans again! Whether you want a simple dinner, a quick lunch between lectures, exam fuel or a slap-up meal to impress your housemates, these easy-to-follow recipes are designed specially for students and include all your favourites. Enjoy veggie lasagne, bolognese, fajitas and chilli, as well as ideas for soups, casseroles, pasta bakes, jacket potatoes and homemade dips. Plus morning-after breakfasts and simple but knockout desserts and sweet treats, such as chocolate fudge brownies, sticky toffee pudding and lemon cheesecake. With photographs to show what you're aiming at, advice on equipment and stocking your cupboard (even in a tiny shared kitchen!), and essential hints and tips - including how not to poison your friends - you won't want to leave home without The Hungry Student Vegetarian Cookbook.
  • AIOOT
    Celia Brooks
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    Low-carb & Gluten-free Vegetarian offers a complete range of easy, satisfying and stylish low-carb recipes designed specifically for vegetarians, with the added benefit that they are all gluten-free as well. With all recipes approved by the well-known nutritionist Fiona Hunter, the book offers a varied and exciting menu, that doesn't limit choice in any way. A complete diet is included, from fortifying breakfasts and satisfying main courses, to light lunches and snacks. There are even chapters on party food and sweet desserts. Low-carb & Gluten-free Vegetarian is the ideal companion for those who are trying to lose weight and also those who simply want to follow a long-term weight-maintenance lifestyle.
  • AJDVM
    Adele McConnell
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    This brilliant book brings a fresh, inspired look to plant-based food, showing just how satisfying, dynamic and undeniably delicious contemporary vegan cooking can be. The beautifully photographed recipes make the most of a wide variety of fresh ingredients, drawing inspiration from cuisines around the world to help you create healthy, balanced meals effortlessly. Renowned blogger Adele McConnell, founder of vegiehead.com, proves there's no need to sacrifice flavour to eat animal-free. She creates her stylish, mouth-watering dishes with innovative techniques and delicious, nutrient-packed ingredients, including whole grains and protein sources such as pulses, nuts, tempeh and tofu. From Mushroom & Roasted Beetroot Polenta Nests to Chinese Spring Onion Pancakes with Ginger Dipping Sauce, you'll find dishes that will tempt both part-time and fully-committed vegans alike. Complete with more than 85 inspiring, easy-to-follow recipes, Vegan isn't merely about creating great meat-free food, it's about producing sensational dishes everyone will want to make time and time again.
  • ALPKR
    Anna Jones
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    FOREWORD BY JAMIE OLIVER A modern vegetarian cookbook packed with quick, healthy and fresh recipes, that fits perfectly with how we want to eat now. How we want to eat is changing. More and more people want to cook without meat a couple of nights a week, or are looking for interesting ideas for dishes for their vegetarian friends (whilst pushing their own vegetarian repertoire beyond a red onion and goat's cheese tart or a mushroom risotto). At the same time we want to eat food that is a little lighter, a little healthier, a little easier on our pockets, but that won't have us chopping mountains of veg or slaving over the stove for hours. Anna Jones is a brilliant young cook and food writer, who worked with Jamie Oliver for many years. Her first cookbook is a totally modern take on vegetarian eating - recipes that are healthy, nourishing, truly tasty and satisfying, introducing new dishes that are simple to make. Based on how Anna likes to eat day to day, 'A Modern Way to Eat' covers everything from a blueberry and amaranth porridge to start the day to a quick autumn root panzanella or avocado, butterbean and miso salad for lunch; a tomato and coconut cassoulet, pistachio and squash galette, or mint, ricotta and courgette polpette for dinner. Packed with recipes that explore the full breadth of vegetarian ingredients - different grains, nuts, seeds and seasonal vegetables - and alternative approaches to cooking that avoid too much dairy or heavy carbs and gluten, this is a cookbook for how we want to eat now.
  • AMPWX
    Celine Steen
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    "How do you get your protein?" As a vegan, you're sure to get asked this question often. Most likely, you've even thought about it yourself. Vegan protein comes from things like tofu and tempeh, to beans, nuts, and protein-rich whole grains like quinoa. There are loads of options out there, but how to prepare them? What to put them in? These are questions that can feel daunting, especially if you haven't used these ingredients before. Never fear. Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes to the rescue! The Great Vegan Protein Book takes you step-by-step through each protein-rich vegan food group, providing you with valuable information on how to prepare the ingredient along with more than one hundred delicious and easy recipes (many of them low-fat, soy free, and gluten-free!). Each recipe included within this cookbook uses whole food ingredients that can be easily found at most grocery stores or farmer's markets-no hard-to-find ingredients or things you can't pronounce. Say yes to protein and eating better with The Great Vegan Protein Book!
  • ANZWA
    Roz Denny
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    Children will love this collection of over 50 irresistible and healthy recipes, which range from soups, snacks and light lunches to main meals, side dishes and desserts. It features specialist advice on the best foods to feed your vegetarian children, and useful meal planners to help you balance their nutritional needs. It includes all the traditional favourites including Chili Cheese Nachos, Spicy Spuds, Fruity Coleslaw, and Blueberry Muffins. Simple step-by-step techniques show how to make cooking easy and fun, and there is a beautiful colour photograph of the finished dish to ensure perfect results are achieved every time. It features cook's tips and variations to inspire and encourage experimentation. Full of many wonderful dishes to please even the fussiest of appetites, this exciting collection will help you prepare vegetarian versions of all-time favourite dishes that will appeal to all the family. There are dishes to suit all seasons and occasions, from wholesome soups for the winter to a tasty Chunky Cheesy Salad for the summer. There are also more substantial meals, such as Bean Burgers and no children's recipe book is complete without desserts, which range from healthy fruit salads and Strawberry Smoothies to richer bakes such as Carrot Cake or Blueberry Muffins. Helpful expert advice will keep you well-informed about what you are feeding your children. Over 350 stunning colour photographs and step-by-step techniques help you prepare each dish, making this a truly useful guide to creating the most delectable dishes for all members of the family.