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Claudia Seifert, Zoe Christiansen, Lisa Westgaard & Hanne Martinsen
There is more to seaweed than as a wrapper for sushi – it is going mainstream, gathering many high profile fans. Even Jamie Oliver has credited adding seaweed to his diet as one reason for his weight loss.
Seaweeds are tasty and very versatile and can be used in all sorts of dishes. This sumptuously illustrated book will inspire you to use them in starters, main courses, plus tasty desserts, smoothies, energy boosters, and even a seaweed-infused gin and tonic.
It’s easier than you think and everything you can find on the subject is here in this inspiring book. So if you have never tasted sea vegetables, it is high time to try.£20.00read more >
Nadine Horn & Jörg Mayer
Over 80 recipes for vegan BBQ fans!
If preparing a meat-free BBQ seems a challenge then look no further than the host of recipes in this gorgeous, mouth-watering collection.
These startling original recipe ideas, created for you by the two food blogger and best-selling authors, will surely convince you that not having meat or fish is no hardship when it comes to throwing a successful BBQ. So spread out the picnic blanket, set the table in the garden or on the balcony, it’s time to enjoy a perfect al fresco meal with friends and family.£18.99read more >
Enjoyment, hospitality, tradition, creativity, sustainability and joy of life ̶ these starting points were the inspiration for this book.
The cooking of vegetables is treated with reverence in the lands that make up the rich and varied tapestry of the Middle East. The people depend on the grains and pulses, nuts, vegetables and fruits of the region for their daily food and Parvin Razavi has taken the fresh and varied cuisines of Iran, Armenia, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco and Turkey to create a beautiful vegan cookbook.£18.99read more >
Clarissa & Florian Sehn
Are you under the impression that vegetarians can’t have fast food? On the contrary! This exciting new cookbook offers more than 80 quick and easy veggie recipes – from Manchego quesadillas and TexMex burgers to tomato-cinnamon fries and No Tuna Sandwich. This is the book of vegetarian food for those in a hurry, and the handy ‘vegan traffic light’ indicators – red for vegetarian; yellow for vegan adaptation and green for vegan make it easy to find vegan options just as quickly.£12.99read more >
Though the word ‘vegetarianism’ was not coined until the mid-nineteenth century, the vegetarian diet has been around as long as man has. Colin Spencer’s comprehensive book, reissued in paperback for the first time in fifteen years explores the psychology of abstention from flesh and attempts to discover why omnivorous humans at times voluntarily abstain from an available food.£15.00read more >
The demand for vegan cookbooks is growing a pace as more and more people stop eating animal products for ethical or health reasons ̶ Vegan Bible containing more than 500 recipes and fully illustrated with pictures on every spread is the most comprehensive vegan cookbook on the market. Published in 2014 in French, it has become the No 1 best-selling vegan cookbook in France ever.
This inventive, inspirational book is destined to be the only vegan cookbook you will ever need.£25.00read more >
‘It is very clever, engaging and worthwhile purchase.’ The Green Parent
Through more than 500 step-by-step photos, this cookbook explains the basic techniques of vegetarian cuisine and contains some of its best recipes. The book is divided into four sections: on cereals, vegetables, tofu, seitan and tempeh, and nuts and seeds. Each section opens with an introduction to the characteristics, properties and uses of the ingredients. This is one of the most visual recipe books on the market; simultaneously tempting the eye by showing all the natural ingredients at their best while describing a host of delicious recipes.£14.99read more >
Christine Bille Nielsen
Vitally Vegetarian is a cookbook for the 21st century. So much has changed since the first vegetarian cookbooks started appearing about 40 years ago. Not only is there a much wider range of appealing ingredients to choose from today but also recipes, cooking and tastes have all been completely revolutionized. Perhaps the biggest change is the starting point that vegetarian food should above all taste good. And so in this creative collection there are recipes for tapas, wraps, salads, sauces, salsas, hot dishes using rice, quinoa, noodles and potatoes, bean stews, curries, soups, sandwiches and packed lunches, breads, porridges and mueslis and puddings.£14.99read more >