The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen Read Online Free - After years of research, scientists declared that the Mediterranean diet was the best one for overall good health-and the exciting news was that it tasted great, too.
With recipes for everything from nutritious appetizers to dairy-free desserts, this unique Mediterranean vegan cookbook is ideal for vegetarians, those with a lactose intolerance, and anyone who wants to make gloriously delicious dishes without meat, eggs, or dairy. Dishes include:
* Sicilian Eggplant Relish
* Catalan Grilled Vegetables with Almond Sauce
* Classic Italian Minestrone
* Moroccan Fresh Tomato Salad
* Black Olive Bread
* Zucchini-Lemon Couscous
* Greek Currant Cake
* Braised Pears in Red Wine
* and more
|Title||:||The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen|
|Number of Pages||:||272 pages|
May 10, 2014
I love Mediterranean food, but many cookbooks in this genre are weighed down with recipes that rely heavily on animal products (especially cheeses). The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen is a welcome, high-quality exception. It's easily among my favorite vegan cookbooks.
Yes, it has no pictures, but if...
January 22, 2008
I bought this book when I started what I call "my trip towards vegetarianism". When I decided to start decreasing my intake of animal products, I decided to experiment new ways of cooking veggies: I love cooking and I enjoy eating good food, and I was not going to make my meals boring or lacking...
April 06, 2008
We just got this one and I'm eager to put it to the test. I've been reading it (yes, I actually read cookbooks before I use them) and drooling over recipes for days. There are a lot of things I remember from my travels and am eager to try out -- I do not expect to be disappointed! The recipes see...
October 26, 2007
What I like most about this book is that none of the recipes include any meat analogs or soy products. It is all just whole grains, vegetables, legumes, fruits and healthy oils. What a great idea! I haven't made too many of the recipes, but I have been satisfied with what I have made. The dishes...
June 27, 2007
This book has two to three recipes per page and no photos -- too many photos waste valuable recipe space!
So far I've fixed two recipes: the Crostini with pureed white beans/sauteed wild greens and the Quick Farmer's Paella. Both were delicious -- the paella was as the author says, almost too pret...
December 10, 2010
A really great book shows us how everything is great and worth to die for
August 04, 2017
Great content: poor format.
I'll be trying several of these recipes, but that's almost in spite of the book. There is no table of contents nor a clickable index. Thank goodness for bookmarks.
September 07, 2017
Looking forward to making some of these recipes
January 24, 2008
I am a little biased against this cookbook. I bought it when I was a college undergrad trying to make the vegetarian-to-vegan transition as a novice cook. It had rave reviews on Amazon so I thought I would give it a try. However, I don't think this is the right book to start with if you are just...
September 06, 2008
I made the grilled eggplant sandwiches, the new potato and bean salad, and lemon Italian ice the other night for dinner. I liked that the recipes were so simple I could make them again without the cookbook and, as much as I love tofu and soymilk, it's nice to use a vegan cookbook that doesn't sim...