Healthy Vegan Cooking

Recipes from the Middle East
Author: Rosette Z. Obeid
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1438932316
Category: Cooking
Page: 132
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Vegan food is very healthy especially if prepared in the way presented in this book. Many people are completely vegan either because of health or humane reasons. It is good to include in your diet some of these recipes every now and then if not all the time. In them you find all the essential dietary elements that an average person requires every day. They were collected and tried with great care with your benefit and enjoyment in mind. Among other things, the book contains illustrations that will help you in the preparation of the recipes and their final presentation.

Vegan Recipes from the Middle East


Author: Parvin Razavi
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781910690376
Category:
Page: 192
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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. Whether as a main course or for the traditional mezze, this book contains dishes that blend natural culinary delights from the various food cultures and combines them with contemporary approaches. Here are warm and spicy stuffed vegetables, cool and fragrant soups, delicate preserves, pilafs, breads, pickles, relishes and pastries. The varied cuisines of the Middle East provide a wealth of vegan recipes. PARVIN RAZAVI was born in Iran and spent her early years at the Caspian Sea and in Tehran until their family emigrated to Europe. She had always been fascinated by her family kitchen and her culinary talent was valued for many years just among her circle of friends, before she made her passion into her profession. From then on, she wrote her own very successful foodblog 'thx4cooking' and began as an editor at Biorama, a magazine for a sustainable lifestyle.

Classic Vegetarian Cooking from the Middle East and North Africa


Author: Habeeb Salloum
Publisher: Interlink Publishing
ISBN: 162371012X
Category: Cooking
Page: 288
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The vegetarian cuisine of the Middle East and North Africa is a treasure chest of pungent herbs and spices, aromatic stews and soups, chewy falafels and breads, couscous, stuffed grape leaves, greens and vegetables, hummus, pizzas, pies, omelets, pastries and sweets, smooth yogurt drinks, and strong coffees. Originally the food of peasants too poor for meat, vegetarian cooking in the Middle East developed over thousands of years into a culinary art form influenced both by trade and invasion. It is as rich and varied in its history as it is in flavor—culinary historians estimate the Arab kitchen has over 40,000 dishes! Now noted food writer Habeeb Salloum has culled 330 savory jewels from this never-ending storehouse to create Classic Vegetarian Cooking from the Middle East—a rich, healthful, and economical introduction to flavors and aromas that have stood the test of time.

The New Middle Eastern Vegetarian

Modern Recipes from Veggiestan
Author: Sally Butcher
Publisher: Interlink Publishing Group Incorporated
ISBN: 9781566568838
Category: Cooking
Page: 271
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?In this upbeat guide to Middle Eastern vegetarian cooking, Sally Butcher proves that the region is simply simmering, bubbling, and bursting with sumptuous vegetarian traditions and recipes. Written in her trademark engaging and knowledgeable style, Sally takes a fresh look at many of the more exciting ingredients available today in local grocery stores and supermarkets as well as providing a host of delicious recipes made with more familiar fare. From fragrant Persian noodle rice to gingery tamarind eggplants, pink pickled turnips and rose petal jam, The New Middle Eastern Vegetarian is filled with aromatic herbs and spices, inspiring ideas and all the knowledge needed to cook wonderful vegetarian food from the Middle East and beyond.

A Modern Way to Cook

Über 150 schnelle vegetarische und vegane Rezepte für jeden Tag
Author: Anna Jones
Publisher: Mosaik Verlag
ISBN: 3641199107
Category: Cooking
Page: 352
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Vegetarisch kochen muss nicht kompliziert sein! Anna Jones, der Shootingstar der vegetarischen Küche, stellt 150 schnelle Rezepte vor, die im Handumdrehen zubereitet sind und einfach köstlich schmecken. Ihre raffinierten Gerichte für jeden Tag sind in nur 15, 20, 30 oder 40 Minuten auf dem Tisch. Dazu gibt es jede Menge schnelle Frühstücksideen, Desserts und Rezepte für die Vorratsküche. Unkomplizierte Zubereitung, unglaublicher Geschmack – so kocht man heute!

Jerusalem

Das Kochbuch
Author: Yotam Ottolenghi,Sami Tamimi
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9783831023332
Category:
Page: 318
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The Spice of Vegetarian Cooking

Ethnic Recipes from India, China, Mexico, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Europe
Author: Martha Rose Shulman
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
ISBN: 9780892813995
Category: Cooking
Page: 208
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Presents recipes for vegetarian dishes from a variety of cultures, including soups, breads, entrees, salads, beverages, and desserts

The Middle Eastern Vegetarian Cookbook


Author: Salma Hage
Publisher: Phaidon Press
ISBN: 9780714871301
Category: Cooking
Page: 272
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A collection of vegetarian dishes influenced by Middle Eastern flavors from Salma Hage, author of the bestselling classic, The Lebanese Kitchen, also published by Phaidon. A definitive, fresh and approachable collection of 150 traditional recipes from an authoritative voice on Middle Eastern home cooking, Salma Hage’s new book is in line with the current Western trends of consciously reducing meat, and the ancient Middle Eastern culture of largely vegetarian, mezze style dining. Traditionally, the Middle Eastern diet consisted largely of vegetables, fruits, herbs, spices, pulses, grains and legumes. Salma simplifies this fast becoming popular cuisine with easily achievable recipes, many with vegan and gluten-free options. Drawing inspiration from ancient and prized Phoenician ingredients, from grassy olive oil to fresh figs and rich dates, this book offers an array of delicious breakfasts and drinks, mezze and salads, vegetables and pulses, grains and desserts. Salma shows how to easily make the most of familiar everyday fruits and legumes, as well as more exotic ingredients now widely available outside of the Middle East, with nourishing recipes so flavourful and satisfying they are suitable for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.

Persepolis

Vegetarian Recipes from Persia and Beyond
Author: Sally Butcher
Publisher: Interlink Books
ISBN: 9781566560184
Category: Cooking
Page: 256
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The appetite for new ways to brighten your broccoli, add sparkle to your spinach, and titillate your tomatillos has never been greater. Since opening a vegetarian caf within her shop Persepolis, Sally Butcher has seen an explosion of interest in her Middle Eastern-influenced vegetarian dishes. Inspired by the food Sally serves up daily to her hungry customers, this sequel to The New Middle Eastern Vegetarian: Recipes from Veggiestan, ventures a little further from the Middle Eastern shores, deserts, and mountain ranges to other continents and beyond... Persepolis brings you the most outstanding (and fun) ways to cook without meat or fish, stopping along the way for a bit of sightseeing. Over 150 new recipes, including more vegan and gluten-free options, offer a fantastic variety of ideas for the vegetarian cook.

Mezze to Milk Tart

From the Middle East to Africa in My Vegetarian Kitchen
Author: Cecile Yazbek
Publisher: Wakefield Press
ISBN: 1862549214
Category: Cooking, African
Page: 256
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Cecile Yazbek's culinary journey began in the 'old' South Africa, where feasts and large gatherings were a common feature of life for the Lebanese community. Her first taste of sour and salty mfinu, pressed into her mouth by the loving fingers of her Xhosa nursemaid Rosie, inspired a lifetime of creative exploration in the kitchen.

Meine ultimative Kochschule


Author: Gordon Ramsay
Publisher: Riva Verlag
ISBN: 3864135583
Category: Cooking
Page: 320
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In diesem fantastischen Kochbuch des britischen Starkochs Gordon Ramsay finden Sie Tipps und Tricks sowie über 120 köstliche, moderne und unkomplizierte Rezepte, die jeder – von Anfänger bis Fortgeschrittener – leicht nachkochen kann. Diese ultimative Kochbibel vereint das Wissen und die Expertise eines der erfolgreichsten Köche der Welt und zeigt, dass Sterneküche auch zuhause funktioniert!

Deliciously Ella

Genial gesundes Essen für ein glückliches Leben
Author: Ella Mills (Woodward)
Publisher: eBook Berlin Verlag
ISBN: 382707858X
Category: Cooking
Page: 256
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Ella Woodward sagt von sich, sie sei ein Zuckermonster gewesen, das nicht kochen konnte. Doch dann befiel sie die Nervenkrankheit POTS, und niemand konnte ihr helfen. Erst als sie ihre Ernährung umstellte, kam sie langsam wieder auf die Beine. Seither ernährt sie sich ausschließlich vegan und glutenfrei, aber das so köstlich und rundum wohltuend, dass ihr Millionen Menschen auf der ganzen Welt nacheifern. Denn ob sie mit einem Mango-Cashew-Smoothie Energie tankt, ob sie Paranuss-Pasta mit Rucola-Pesto kocht und zum Nachtisch Bananeneis serviert, nicht zu reden von ihren legendären Süßkartoffel-Brownies - stets laden ihre fantasievollen, einfachen Rezepte zum Nachmachen ein. »Bei Deliciously Ella geht es nicht darum, zu hungern oder sich zu kasteien. Es geht darum, den Körper mit vollwertigem Essen zu versorgen, damit man sich dauerhaft rundum lebendig fühlt und das Leben voll und ganz genießen kann. Denn kommt es nicht einzig und allein darauf an?«

Scheherazade's Feasts

Foods of the Medieval Arab World
Author: Habeeb Salloum,Leila Salloum Elias,Muna Salloum
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 081224477X
Category: Cooking
Page: 256
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The author of the thirteenth-century Arabic cookbook Kitāb al-?abīkh proposed that food was among the foremost pleasures in life. Scheherazade's Feasts invites adventurous cooks to test this hypothesis. From the seventh to the thirteenth centuries, the influence and power of the medieval Islamic world stretched from the Middle East to the Iberian Peninsula, and this Golden Age gave rise to great innovation in gastronomy no less than in science, philosophy, and literature. The medieval Arab culinary empire was vast and varied: with trade and conquest came luxury, abundance, new ingredients, and new ideas. The emergence of a luxurious cuisine in this period inspired an extensive body of literature: poets penned lyrics to the beauty of asparagus or the aroma of crushed almonds; nobles documented the dining customs obliged by etiquette and opulence; manuals prescribed meal plans to deepen the pleasure of eating and curtail digestive distress. Drawn from this wealth of medieval Arabic writing, Scheherazade's Feasts presents more than a hundred recipes for the beverages, foods, and sweets of a sophisticated and cosmopolitan empire. The recipes are translated from medieval sources and adapted for the modern cook, with replacements suggested for rare ingredients such as the first buds of the date tree or fat rendered from the tail of a sheep. With the guidance of prolific cookbook writer Habeeb Salloum and his daughters, historians Leila and Muna, these recipes are easy to follow and deliciously appealing. The dishes are framed with verse inspired by them, culinary tips, or tales of the caliphs and kings whose courts demanded their royal preparation. To contextualize these selections, a richly researched introduction details the foodscape of the medieval Islamic world.

Der Geschmack der Gentrifizierung

Arabische Imbisse in Berlin
Author: Miriam Stock
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 3839425212
Category: Social Science
Page: 354
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Arabische Imbisse haben von Beginn an die Gentrifizierung in Berliner Vierteln wie Kreuzberg, Prenzlauer Berg und Friedrichshain mitgeprägt. Von dieser ethnischen Gastronomie ausgehend untersucht Miriam Stock die Konstruktion dortiger Geschmackslandschaften. Sie beleuchtet sowohl die kreativen Praktiken und Verortungen der migrantischen Imbissbetreiber als auch die Dispositionen der neubürgerlichen Konsumenten, die in ihrem Streben nach kultureller Hegemonie auf Authentizitätsinszenierungen bedacht sind. Mittels subtiler und strenger Beobachtung des Alltäglichen entsteht so eine Zeitdiagnose über die feinen Mechaniken der Distinktion im spätmodernen Kapitalismus.