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High Protein Vegan: Hearty Whole Food Meals, Raw Desserts and More (Anglais) Broché – 30 octobre 2012


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HASH(0x90ea7330) étoiles sur 5 Answers that annoying protein question... 17 décembre 2012
Par Dianne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a vegan, "where do you get your protein?" is a question I never want to hear again in my lifetime, although I know I will. Hilda Jorgensen's newest book High Protein Vegan answers that question with over 100 protein-rich vegan recipes. High Protein Vegan so is chock-full of nutritious, delicious and filling protein rich meals and desserts that I'm tempted to carry around copies of the book and give them away to people who ask that inane question.

The recipes in High Protein Vegan are all quick and easy to make as well as being omnivore friendly. The recipes are allergy friendly too, as all are soy-free and many are gluten-free as well. Each recipe has a key to let the reader know if they contain any other common allergens such as nuts and nightshades. The dishes are creative takes on familiar recipes, such as Grain-Free Pad Thai and Soy-Free Tofu, and there's even a chapter full of mouthwatering raw desserts!
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HASH(0x90ea72f4) étoiles sur 5 Perfect for athletes, mothers (or fathers) of growing kids, and those with food allergies or intolerances...and anyone else! 7 décembre 2012
Par Amber Crawley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Many of you may already be fans of Hilda's blog, Triumph of the Lentil, and her first cookbook of the same name (Triumph of the Lentil: Soy-Free Vegan Wholefoods for all Appetites), which is packed with soy-free, whole-foods vegan recipes. (Have you seen her soy-free tofu recipe?!) Hilda may have outdone herself with her second cookbook, though: High Protein Vegan features over 100 recipes (and 90+ color photos) of nutritious, tasty, and filling legume-based meals and desserts, all high in plant-based protein. Every recipe has a soy-free variation if applicable, and many have gluten-free, nut-free, nightshade-free, and allium-free options. (A chef who provides numerous substitution options with each recipe is a woman after my own heart!) I cannot wait to make Hilda's Caesar Salad with Crispy Chickpea and Cauliflower Fritters, Grain-Free Pad Thai, Turkish Flatbreads with Spicy Tomato and Bean Topping, and raw Caramel Slice. Even if you don't "need" extra protein in your diet, these recipes will help you create filling, appealing, and health-promoting meals for yourself and your family.
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HASH(0x90e9dc90) étoiles sur 5 Surprised there's no nutrition information 5 février 2014
Par Sherrie Tullsen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I haven't read this book so maybe I shouldn't be writing this, but I was about to purchase this book when I looked to see if each recipe mentioned how much protein was in the dish, and was surprised and disappointed this information wasn't included. It seems to me that if the point is to show which vegan foods are high in protein, the actual protein content would be mentioned! I wanted so bad to be able to tell people, "I made such and such vegan dinner last night and it had _____ grams of protein!" Bummer...
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HASH(0x90ea13f0) étoiles sur 5 Brilliant vegan options! 4 avril 2013
Par kendal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
We own tons of vegan and raw-vegan books. This is one we have been considering getting for a while. It was worth the plunge as this book is a revelation. There are tons of lovely color photos, and there is such a variety of recipes. It is an easy, accessible way to make your own vegan meat substitutes and sauces that prove not everything has to be soy-laden. If you are looking for make-it-at-home options for those frozen, packaged and processed vegan meat substitutes, do yourself a major favor. Weary of an all-tofu and soy based protein diet? Us too. The creative use of beans and the like is refreshing. The sauces made of a bean base (which also double as a terrific hummus) is worth the price alone. Indulge. You will be so glad you did.
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HASH(0x90ea1330) étoiles sur 5 Lean & Vegan 14 avril 2015
Par Jenna S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Surprisingly good, some unique recipes like soy free tofu made with garbanzo bean flour. Not crazy about the fact that she uses oil in half her recipes as I prefer whole foods plant based. But that's an easy enough tweak!!! It is easier to subtract oil than to subtract carbs in vegan cooking. I love this book & have already recommended it to other vegan friends. What I like is I've been cooking this way for years & this book threw me some new ideas. And I love the emphasis on protein since it's so important!!! I'm a yogi & very serious about it, I even teach. I've also been wanting to get back in the gym. Last time I worked out regularly my personal trainer tried to force me to eat animal products, greek yogurt, chicken breast, egg whites & I felt so incredibly s***ty all the time even though I was lean. She told me that my bean-based hippie meals were cheat meals. And in retrospect they were because I used lots of high carb & high fat products. I've come so far & now understand that I can eat the way my PT wanted me to without ANY animal products - there are so many clean vegan proteins & lower carb veggies. I look forward to leaning out with a vegan diet & this book will help me!!!
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