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Eat, Drink & Be Vegan: Everyday Vegan Recipes Worth Celebrating (Anglais) Broché – 12 février 2007

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Focussing on preparing food for celebrations, be they intimate dinner parties for two, children's gatherings or full-on cocktail galas, this book emphasises the fun and flavour, as well as ease of preparation, that can be found in vegan cooking. All of the recipes in the book are suitable for everyday meals.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Go-to cookbook 28 octobre 2013
Par KMWinVT - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a great cookbook!! I refer to this book very often. (Not as much as Dreena Burton's "Let Them Eat Vegan," but that's a different review...)
Quick comments on some of the highest requested recipes from this book in our household:
There's a chapter on hummus, which includes my two all-time favorite hummus recipes- Roasted Red Pepper & Almond Hummus and Kid's Dynamo Hummus.
On three separate occasions when guests were visiting from out of town, I mentioned making vegan pancakes and I saw skepticism on their faces. So I made two batches of pancakes- one batch of old-fashioned non-vegan, and one batch of Raspberry Cornmeal Pancakes from this book. Everyone went home with Dreena's recipe and the old fashioned pancakes went into the fridge for leftovers.
Dreena has great salad dressings in all her books, as well as ratios for the confidence in creating your own. In this book, "Honey" Mustard Vinaigrette is a favorite.
The Spicoli burgers are hearty, flavorful and versatile, and will satisfy a true "burger night" craving.
The Broccoli Cashew Tofu Stir Fry is truly delicious, with a great sauce.
Tonight I made the Brown Rice and Red Bean Jumble-aya. An easy, one pot dish packed with flavor.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Vegan Resource 13 octobre 2016
Par RJ in Chicago - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This cookbook has so many wonderful sounding recipes. Just skimming through I've bookmarked around 25 to try. Chocolate-pumpkin pie and macadamia maple cream are at the top of the list. I have several of Dreena's books and every one of her recipes that I've made has been delicious. My only hesitation is that oil or oil-based earth balance spread is used in most recipes. It shouldn't be an issue for this WFPB No Oil vegan.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another Dreena Burton Success! 22 décembre 2011
Par Kind2Animals - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am a huge Dreena Burton fan and loved her other book Vive le Vegan! This cookbook is another winner. Dreena's recipes showcase healthy ingredients that are minimally processed. I go to her cookbooks when I want a "gourmet" meal. Be sure to check out her blog for pictures to recipes and also to "friend" her on facebook. She is wonderful when it comes to responding to emails containing any questions regarding adapting her recipes and is very personable. I also CAN'T WAIT for her newest cookbook, Let Them Eat Vegan, to come out and have pre-ordered it. When I think of my family's "health", I think of Dreena Burton and her delicious, healthy, family friendly recipes.

Some favorites from Eat Drink & Be Vegan:

Celestial Cream
Kids' Dynamo Hummus
Cinnamon Sweet Tortilla Strips (My husband loves these.)
Tamari Roasted Chickpeas (My toddler loves these!)
Creamy Basil Dressing
Living Caesar Dressing
Traditional Cranberry Sauce
Mellow Lentil "Sniffle" Soup
Monkey Minsestrone
One Wild Chick Soup! (This soup is amazingly comforting and flavorful, as well as being a Toddler FAVORITE.)
Orange Sesame Tofu
Quinoa Chickpea Confetti Casserole drizzled with Balsamic Maple Sauce--HUGE Family Favorite
Autumn Puree
Potato Squashers (My husband LOVES these!)
Chocolate Pumpkin Pie (Oh my god--amazing--especially with Celestial Cream!)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 EDBV is a winner 11 septembre 2013
Par gluten free gal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've had this book for a while now and continue to use it regularly. Many recipes are already gluten free or easy to convert to gluten free which I appreciate as a celiac.

It has a nice mix of simple but delicious quick recipes like pan-fried tempt-eh! Back to basics balsamic vinagrette and lemon roasted green beans. Or lemon garlic pasta which make an excellent meals in a flash with few ingredients.

Some outstanding dinners for weekends or entertaining like, avocado and pinto enchiladas, broccoli cashew teriyaki tofu stir fry, or zucchini chickpea tomato curry with cucumber mint raita.

Some of the best desserts which I make over and over again like the 5-Spice almond cookies and chocolate Sin-namon cake. People constantly ask for these recipes.

And many breakfast/snack items like cocoa banana muffins, berry goodness muffins,raspberry cornmeal pancakes. And many takes on Hummus.

This is a staple in my kitchen. I also, love dreena's other cookbooks LTEV and Vive Le Vegan!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hummus Heaven 30 novembre 2011
Par M. A. McAuley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is an excellent recipe book. I've tried many, many recipes in this collection, and loved almost all. When I first picked the book up in a bookstore to look through it, what really attracted my attention was the chapter on hummus, containing multiple variations. I decided to buy the book as soon as I saw those recipes. Although there are other recipes in the book which I really enjoy, I have made the hummus recipes many times, and they are my favorites. I can't imagine EVER buying store-bought hummus, when I have so many fresh, easy, flavorful recipes at my fingertips. As long as you have a food processor, you can whip these up super fast. Examples of my favorites are: White Bean Hummus with Fresh Thyme and Basil, Black Bean Orange Hummus, Curry Chickpea Hummus, Chipotle Lime Two-Bean Hummus (uses chickpeas and kidney beans together). So delicious. And there are several more variations as well. I'm planning on trying the Asian-inspired Peanut Sesame Hummus in the next day or two. I've had the book for a couple of years now, and there are still recipes I've yet to try, as I tend to make my favorites over and over. When served with an assortment of fresh veggies for dipping, I can easily make a healthful, filling, satisfying meal out of one of these hummus variations. With so many to choose from, using such a variety of beans, spices, herbs, and nut butters (some use cashew or peanut or almond butter instead of the more traditional tahini) I never get tired of this option.

Update: 12/30/11. I did prepare the Peanut Sesame Hummus since posting my original review. It's another winner. I really liked it a lot. Also thought I'd mention the delicious White Bean Spread in the "sandwich and spreads" chapter. Another bean-based recipe that I just love.
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