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Salad Samurai: 100 Cutting-Edge, Ultra-Hearty, Easy-to-Make Salads You Don't Have to Be Vegan to Love (Anglais) Broché – 17 juin 2014

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Revue de presse

Curled Up With a Good Book, 9/20/14
“This colorful coffee table or kitchen counter style guide allows you to conquer the salad doldrums, experiment, and turn your palate back on to the salad station…In addition to offering salad dressing concoctions amazing in their variety, Romero has deftly divided her salad selections by season, which will help the truly dedicated farmer's market shopper…The book is graphically sharp and stylish; you will enjoy showing it off to your salad-loving guests…Salad Samurai was designed with veg devotees in mind, but it will be no surprise if it garners new converts to tofu and tarragon.”

Midwest Book Review, July 2014
“Salad Samurai will prove to be an invaluable, ‘kitchen cook friendly' addition to all personal, family, and community library cookbook collections…Beautifully illustrated throughout…Especially recommended for parents of children reluctant to eat a salad and for anyone trying to establish healthy eating habits.”

Inside Toronto, 9/30/14
“Shows you there is more to a salad than romaine lettuce and some tomatoes…Offers dishes perfect for spring, summer, fall and winter.”

T.O.F.U. Magazine, 10/10/14
“Approachable, simple, and delicious, Salad Samurai is an instant classic, and a necessary element to the Punk-at-Heart Kitchen.”

San Francisco Book Review, 8/20/14
“If you're ready to take your salads to the next level, Terry Hope Romero offers all kinds of ideas in Salad Samurai…Along with a plethora of amazing and tempting recipes, Romero has also included a generous helping of the lively wit that her readers adore. Anyone familiar with her past cookbooks won't be surprised to learn that every recipe in Salad Samurai is vegan, but don't let that scare you away; there's a recipe in this book for everyone.”

Deseret News, 9/3/14
“Folks who have grown up on the salad as a side dish…may greet the recipes in Terry Hope Romero's Salad Samurai with something akin to wonder…Her creative salads are absolutely beautiful. But they are also filling and full of surprise, offering tastes that pop…Every salad is also fast and simple to prepare…This cookbook is bound to be a favorite.”

The Veracious Vegan, 9/3/14
“For just 12 on Amazon, I'd challenge you to find a nicer recipe book.”

Canada.com, 9/11/14
“The more than one hundred entrée salads that Romero shares in her new cookbook, Salad Samurai, span the seasons and prove that salads can be exciting.”

LA Weekly, 9/15/14
“Includes 100 recipes…that prove that salads are a lot more than what you have to eat before the real meal comes.”

Portland Oregonian, 8/7/14
“[A] collection of hearty entrée salads, featuring flavorful greens, an array of inventive toppings, and delicious, from-scratch dressings. While the recipes are all vegan, there's plenty here for non-vegans to love, especially if they're trying to incorporate more vegetables into their diet for health or sustainability. People with big appetites will love the generous portions, which can often be stretched into the next day's lunch. And Romero includes ‘Samurai Stylings' with many of her recipes, offering suggestions for substitutions that will keep things from becoming routine…Romero has a great voice, and her enthusiastic headnotes draw readers into the recipes.”

Hudson Valley News, 7/30/14
“A perfect gift book for the foodie on your list.”

Huffington Post, 8/25/14
“Romero rounds up a big world of fusion and flavors for 100 cutting-edge salads…Salad Samurai recipes are bold, but totally doable. Romero gives you the recipes as well as their individual components from spirited dressings to crunchy, cool toppings, so you can mix, match and tap into your own inner salad samurai.”

TableMatters.com, 8/25/14
“Hearty (and vegan) salads [that] go way beyond rabbit food.”

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 7/2/14
“Terry Hope Romero has carved a name as a go-to for vegan recipes that you actually want to eat…Even the heartiest meat eaters may be tempted by the flavor-filled options in Romero's latest cookbook.”

Hudson Valley News, “Local Reader” column, 6/25/14
“Find basic favorites and a hundred other salads to tempt the summer palate and make you forget about meat.”

Bookviews blog, July 2014
“Did your mom tell you to eat your vegetables? Sure she did and now you can enjoy them…This book will have you eager to sample a world of salads you never knew existed.”

The Sweet Life, 7/1/14
“A stunning book…Filled with 100 hearty salads, a large variety of dressings, ‘seriously hearty' toppings, and even a chapter on sweet breakfast salads, this book covers everything you need to know…In this book you will find some of the most ingenious salads ever.”

SandAndSuccotash.com, 6/28/14
“There are a few reasons why I love Terry Romero's cookbooks: engaging text, downright delicious recipes, and the fact that you don't even have to be vegan to enjoy what she makes…There is fun for everyone.”

VegNews “15 Most Anticipated Vegan Cookbooks of 2014,” March 2014

A Portland Oregonian Top 5 Vegan Cookbook of 2014

VegNews.com, 3/3/14
“From one of the most popular vegan cookbook authors of our time comes a collection of perfectly tuned recipes that's long overdue…[and that] you don't have to be vegan to love.”

StyleBistro.com, 5/27/14
“It's packed with seasonal main-course salad recipes bursting with veggies, plant protein, flavor and color…There are salads for every season.”

Philadelphia Tribune, 6/13/14
“Romero is back with another cookbook and ready to help those with a plant-based diet clear their next cooking hurdle: entrée salads…She debunks the myth that salads are only an appetizer, using whole food ingredients and plant-based proteins that will appeal to vegans and non-vegans in equal measure…The 100 recipes in Salad Samurai are a great resource for anyone who wants to move to a more sustainable and healthy diet.”

Groupon.com, 6/12/14
“A compilation of 100 whole-meal salads for every season that are hearty enough to sate even the barbecue-loving crowd.”

Portland Book Review, 10/23/14
Salad Samurai will make a salad lover out of even the pickiest eater…[An] incredible resource…Although this book is focused on the vegan eater, anyone will find something to love.”

San Francisco Book Review, 11/10/14
“An amazing book.”

Vegan Outreach, 11/19/14

Portland Press Herald, 1/14/15
“Romero offers salads for every season, including inventive winter options when typical salad ingredients are scarce, and if you are on the lookout for new ways to prepare tempeh and tofu, the first chapter is great.”

Vegetarian Journal, March 2015
“Creative salad offerings…Color photos and helpful tips can be found throughout this book.”

FranCostigan.com, 12/10/14
“With designations for gluten-free and raw-ready options and recipes that are work-friendly, weeknight-ready, high-protein, and loaded with superfoods, Terry shows us the way of the salad: killer dishes that are satisfying, healthy, and scrumptious.”

EverydayHealth.com, 6/20/14
“Explains how to create a satisfying salad packed with hearty, plant-based proteins, robust spices, whole grains, and ripe toppings no matter the season. Give your pots and pans a break and take advantage of summer's bountiful crops to make these healthy, filling meals.”

Milwaukee Shepherd Express, 6/18/14
“Few of us have discovered as many ways as Romero of transforming salads from side dish to entrée.”

The Advocate, 7/7/14
“Debunks the myth that salads are only the warm-up act with 100 hearty salad recipes that just happen to be vegan.”

Examiner.com, 7/9/14
“A must for dedicated vegans, a good way to ease into salads for even the most stubborn meat lover, and a great resource for anyone who wants to move to a more sustainable, healthy diet.”

Squidoo.com, 7/11/14
“If you're into vegetarian or vegan food, or a foodie who loves awesome cookbooks and recipes presented with fun and flair, then you know the name Terry Hope Romero…This woman embodies just about everything that's right with vegan cooking.”

Asbury Park Press, 6/39/14
“These are big, hearty entrée salads that will leave eaters feeling a good kind of full.”

Entertainment Realm, 6/2/14
“[Romero] divides it by season making it super easy to pick what's fresh and available…Yummy, creative salads…Gorgeous pictures, excellent tips and simple instructions included…There's lots of vegan deliciousness in these pages.”

Portland Press Herald, 7/12/14
“Romero is a rock star of vegan cooking…In this book, she shakes up the staid world of salad with her cheeky writing and seasonally arranged salads.”

Washington Post, 7/23/14
“For salad inspiration, I can think of few sources better than the new cookbook Salad Samurai…Romero brings her fun-loving sensibility and unerring palate to the table. Her recipes, with their brilliant combinations, span the seasons.”

Epicurious.com, 7/24/14
“Its accessible main course salad recipes are anything but boring, with unexpected flavor combinations that make me wonder—hey, why didn't I think of that?”

Sexy Vegan, 7/22/14
“One of the many great things about this book is that there are chapters with just dressings, and just toppings, that you can use in countless other non-salad related situations…The book is enjoyable to read, with lots of informational material before you even get to the recipes.”

Présentation de l'éditeur

Discover the Way of the Salad

Award-winning chef and Veganomicon coauthor Terry Hope Romero knows her veggies. In Salad Samurai, she's back to teach you the way of the veggie warrior, rescuing salads from their bland, boring reputation and "side" status with more than 100 vibrant, filling entrees. This is your guide to real salad bushido: a hearty base, a zesty dressing, and loads of seriously tasty toppings. Based on whole food ingredients and seasonal produce, these versatile meatless, dairy-free dishes are organized by season for a full year of memorable meals (yes, salad can rock even the coldest days of winter). Dig in to:
Spring Herb Salad with Maple Orange Tempeh
Deviled Kale Caesar Salad
Seared Garlic Chickpeas, Spinach, and Farro
Seitan Steak Salad with Green Peppercorn Dressing
Herbed Pea Ricotta, Tomatoes, and Basil
Mushroom, Barley, and Brussels Harvest Bowl
Tempeh Rubenesque Salad
Pomegranate Quinoa Holiday Tabouli
Seitan Bacon Wedge Salad
and many more!

With designations for gluten-free and raw-ready options and recipes that are work-friendly, weeknight-ready, high-protein, and loaded with superfoods, Salad Samurai shows you the way of the salad: killer dishes that are satisfying, healthy, and scrumptious.

Praise for Terry Hope Romero

"This is exceptionally good food for vegans, vegetarians, and the rest of us who are trying to eat a more sustainable, healthy, plant-based diet." - Christian Science Monitor on Vegan Eats World

"Exuberant and unapologetic...Moskowitz and Romero's recipes don't skimp on fat or flavor, and the eclectic collection of dishes is testament to the authors' sincere love of cooking and culinary exploration." - Saveur on Veganomicon

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful but not so accessible 11 octobre 2014
Par Cat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have mixed feelings about this cookbook. There are some things I love about it - aesthetically, it's a truly modern, gorgeous cookbook. I also love the loca-vore / gardener friendly aspect of ordering the recipes by season (when the ingredients are naturally in season). I would be thrilled to see more cookbooks follow suit on the seasonal-organization of recipes.

There are some downsides to this cookbook. The majority of recipes have 1 or more pricey, not widely available ingredients, a handful of recipes have substitutions, most don't. For anyone not within striking distance of a specialty store, it really limits the usefulness of this book. In over 15 years of vegan cooking, I still don't keep shiso leaves or ume plum vinegar laying around...

Everything in this book looks delicious. The problem is, there isn't a single recipe in here I could make without doing a special trip to the store to hunt down the ingredients.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Great ideas but lacking in execution 2 janvier 2015
Par Kim West - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'm actually surprised that this book has garnered so many 5-star reviews. Yes, the recipes are very creative, and yes, you never knew there were so many different ways to eat salad. Bonus that it's vegan-friendly. However, I've had the book for just over a week and already found a serious flaw in at least 3 of the recipes: some of the measurements seem to be totally off. For example, one of the ranch dressing variations calls for 3 tablespoons of brined green peppercorns. As I was making it, I vaguely recalled from using them in the past that these kinds of peppercorns have a very strong flavor/spice, so I started out with only 2 Tbs...and even that was way too intense flavor-wise, making the dressing almost inedible. I kind of think that's inexcusable for a recipe book, but the rest of the salad was so tasty that I couldn't be too upset.

In another recipe, the author provides ingredients for making BBQ-style chickpeas. But it calls for way too much oil- 2 Tbs for one can of chickpeas- and not enough of the "BBQ" sauce. I realize some of this may be personal preference, but it really came out looking and tasting disproportional. But again, the salad as a whole was excellent and I've made notes in the book to make it better next time.

Also, several recipes call for using an entire red onion in what will result in 2 salads. Red onions tend to run large and have a very strong flavor, so in one recipe I cut it down to half and still found the onion flavor and taste overwhelming. So next time, I know to use even less.

The bottom line for me is that this book has a lot of great ideas but the execution needs some work. The fact that I need to stop and really think through each recipe in advance to make sure everything makes sense flavor-wise is a bit of a bummer.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Salad inspiration for the entire year 8 juin 2014
Par Nicole B - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Yeah, almost anyone can throw together a salad. However, it takes real talent to create salads like this. If you're like me and find yourself making the same salad over and over and want some inspiration, or need to think of a good use for that tempeh you bought on a whim, this is a book for you.

This book is not just page after page of leafy greens either. There are rice and grain salads, a vegan caprese style salad, bowls, breakfast ideas, crouton recipes, etc. This book is chock full of ideas for dishes you can bring to summer barbeques, fall potlucks, winter holiday gatherings, and springtime picnics.This is one versatile cookbook.

But that's not all! (I was starting to sound like an infomercial, so I figured I'd just commit.) This book is not only gorgeous to look at, with a lot of beautiful photographs and a pleasant overall look and feel, but the recipes are intelligently structured so that you know from the ingredients list what items will go into each component. The recipes are intuitively written and structured so that your time in the kitchen isn't wasted.

If you own Veganomicon, Viva Vegan, or Vegan Eats World, I don't have to tell you that Terry Hope Romero has impeccable taste... but it bears saying again, this is one extremely talented woman. These are salads that you will be excited to eat, sleepless at the thought of leftovers, and fighting with your friends and family to finish off.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Really repetitive 15 décembre 2015
Par sunita - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was really disappointed at how repetitive the recipes are. The writer was probably struggling to get to 100 recipes? The tamari-maple-tomatopaste combo marinade gets used in several different ways but gets a different name every time! She calls it smokehouse sometimes and something else when used with tofu or cauliflower. Come on, do you need separate pages for that? Just stick the second one as a variation of the first one. The salt+sugar trick is one way of making foods tasty but I don't think it's the only way. Speaking of tamari, this is pretty much in EVERY recipe. The book should have been called "100 ways to use tamari". You would be hard pressed to find a recipe where it is not used (maybe the ranch dressing? Okay the ranch dressing does not have tamari)...I am not eager to douse everything I eat with something with high sodium and zero nutritive value, not to mention give everything the same flavour profile. (I should add that tamari is significantly more expensive than its less pretentious cousin soy sauce where I live).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing Salads Every Time! 15 novembre 2014
Par Kyleigh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am a big fan of Terry Hope Romero’s books, I have all of them - her solo books and collaborations - to date, and they’ve never disappointed me. Since I’m also a huge fan of big, hearty meal salads I was particularly excited for this book. I eat a lot of salad, especially in the Spring and Summer and though I’m usually pretty good at creating delicious meal salads or bowls sometimes after days upon days of salad eating one can feel uninspired. Enter “Salad Samurai” This is a beautiful book containing 100 creative, innovative and delicious salads. Most of them are pretty easy to make, and pretty quick to throw together although there are a few salads in the book that require making a few different components - dressing, baked tofu, steamed seitan or tempeh bacon say. Of course you can always prepare these things in advance on a day when you have time so that when meal-time rolls around everything can be thrown together.

Terry writes with an easy-going, down to earth style. She’s friendly, funny, and informative. Her sense of humor really shines through and so does her passion not only for salads but cooking and food in general. Her instructions are clear and easy to follow, most of the time you can read through her directions once and not have to look at it again. Most of the recipes contain minimal ingredients and most of them are common enough to find in most well-stocked grocery stores. She’s kind enough to included recipes for various baked tofu preparations, as well as seitan, different kinds of homemade vegan bacon, croutons and other items that may become ‘salad staples.’

The photography in this book is also lovely. All of them bright and mouth-watering. I only wish there were more of them, but I’m only being picky there, as it’s about 1 picture ever 2 recipes or so. Terry also includes lots of helpful hints and tips about how to make a good salad, and she gives you the skinny on the less common ingredients or on certain substitutions that can be made. All in all despite my love of her previous “Vegan Eats World” and her dessert cook books I think overall “Salad Samurai” is my favorite of her works so far. It’s just all around wonderful, and I also happen to think it’s a lot of fun.

Some practical information you may find helpful is that this book does not contain nutritional information, and it does use allergens. Such as wheat, soy, nuts etc... in most cases you can work around these by swapping tofu for seitan say, or seitan for beans or one nut for another, but many of the cashew based dressings may be hard - it not impossible - to find substitutions for if you have a cashew allergy. If that’s not an issue for you then I highly recommend this book.

So far I’ve tried,

Back At The Ranch Dressing - Loved it
Lemon Tahini Dressing - Pretty Good
Marvelous Miso Dressing - Loved it
Classic Croutons - Loved it
Massages Red Onions - Loved it
Red Hot Saucy Tofu - Loved it
Tempeh Bacon Bits - Loved it
Coconut Bacon Bits - Loved it
Lentils for Salads - Loved it
Steamed or Baked Seitan Cutlets - Loved it
Deviled Kale Caesar Salad - Loved it
The BKT (Bacon, Kale, Tomato) Bowl - Loved it
Polish Summer Soba Salad - Loved it
Pesto Cauliflower and Potato Salad - Loved it
Seitan Bacon Wedge Salad with Horseradish Dressing - Loved it
Backyard Buffalo Ranch Caesar Salad - Loved it
BBQ Tempeh Dilly Slaw Bowl - Loved it
Mushroom, Brussels, and Barley Harvest Bowl - Loved it
Grilled Miso Apples and Brussel Sprout Salad - Loved it
Klassic Caesar Salad - Loved it
Gingery Beets and Lentils with Tahini and Agave Nectar - Pretty Good
Smoothie Granola Bowl - Loved it
Coconut Carrot Cake Salad - Pretty Good

All in all I think this is a really wonderful book, great for any salad lover, and perfect for newbie or seasoned vegans a like!
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