STUFF EVERY VEGETARIAN SHOULD KNOW

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Stuff Every Vegetarian Should Know

Author : Katherine McGuire
ISBN : 9781683690061
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 44.57 MB
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This pocket-sized handbook to becoming a vegetarian has everything you need to start a healthy and tasty plant-based diet. Ready to try a diet that’s greener, healthier, and better for the planet? Here’s an easy and approachable guide to the world of eating, cooking, and living meat-free. Featuring chapters on everything from choosing the right meat substitutes and building a complete protein to dining out and troubleshooting the “Help, I’m still hungry!” stage, this pocket-sized book’s tips and tutorials will take you from wannabe veggie to vegetarian extraordinaire. Plus sample shopping lists, health benefits of going meatless, and recipe ideas to keep you on track for a long—and healthy!—vegetarian life. Topics include: • How to Stock Your Shelves • How to Make Recipes Vegetarian • How to Make an Amazing Stir-Fry • How to Cook Dried Beans • 5 Great Bacon Substitutes And more!
Category: Cooking

Stuff Every Cook Should Know

Author : Joy Manning
ISBN : 9781594749377
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 41.80 MB
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Expert cooking tips and timeless kitchen wisdom make this culinary how-to handbook a must-have for home cooks of all skill levels. You don’t need expensive gadgets, cutting-edge cutlery, or a rack of exotic spices to be a great cook. You just need the timeless wisdom found in Stuff Every Cook Should Know. You’ll learn • How to Care for Cast Iron • How to Sharpen a Knife • How to Reduce Waste • How to Make Meals Ahead Plus measurement conversions, kitchen organizing tips, basic knife cuts, how to stop onions from making you cry, and much more. Now you’re cooking!
Category: Cooking

Stuff Every Sushi Lover Should Know

Author : Marc Luber
ISBN : 9781683691594
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 76.14 MB
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A pocket guide with everything you need to know to enjoy sushi at a restaurant or at home. Sushi is one of the most popular foods in the world. But sushi lovers know there’s more to learn beyond the spicy tuna, salmon avocado, and California maki roll lunch special at your local restaurant. This staple of the Japanese diet has been perfected by sushi chefs for hundreds of years. Each component—from the fish and the rice to the nori, vegetables, wasabi, and soy sauce—works in perfect harmony to create a single bite of pure pleasure. But sushi can also be intimidating. Where does the fish come from? Are there seasons for sushi fish? What does omakase mean? And how do you make sushi at home? Within the pages of this pocket-sized guide, you’ll find information, how-tos, and trivia for sushi lovers at all levels. Experts and newbies alike will learn: • Types of Sushi Fish and Their Origins • The Importance of Sushi Rice • Sushi Etiquette • 10 Ways to Expand Your Palate • How to Slice Fish • And more!
Category: Cooking

Stuff Every Grandfather Should Know

Author : James Knipp
ISBN : 9781683691013
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 40.47 MB
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This pocket-sized guide has all the stuff you need to become the coolest granddad, grandpa, or Pop Pop on the block! Becoming a grandfather is one of the most exciting events in a man's life--but there's a lot to learn! This little book is jam-packed with all the wisdom, know-how, and trivia that you'll need to become the best grandfather you can be, including: * How to Pick Your Grandfather Nickname * How to Share Your Wisdom * How to Tell A Tall Tale * When to Step Up and When to Step Back * Planning for Your Future (And Theirs) The handsome package and timeless information make this a perfect gift for seasoned grandpas and grandpas-to-be alike.
Category: Family & Relationships

There S A Vegan In The House

Author : DK
ISBN : 9780241390993
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 58.28 MB
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Embrace veganism and keep the whole household happy and well-fed - without making a different meal for everyone. Not a fan of tofu? Fear not - this vegan cookbook includes over 100 healthy, delicious recipes that will appeal to adults and children alike, using grains, pulses, and other meat- and dairy-free alternatives as the base ingredient. You'll find options for every meal of the day, whether you're looking for quick lunch box ideas for vegan kids or preparing a big dinner for the whole family. "The good stuff" box on each recipe gives an expert breakdown of nutritional value, so everyone is getting the nourishment they need. An additional "flex it" section on many recipes gives busy cooks an option to easily add meat or dairy to their meal, perfect for pleasing non-vegan members of the household or families wanting to go "flexitarian". This is everyday food for everyone, with nutritionally balanced vegan meals and flexible options - There's a Vegan in the House is the essential cookbook for any household venturing into veganism.
Category: Cooking

Easy As Vegan Pie

Author : Hannah Kaminsky
ISBN : 9781628734621
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 78.17 MB
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Author Hannah Kaminsky writes, “It’s time to end the stereotype that merely making crust can bring a newcomer to their knees, placing pies on an unattainable pedestal that scares away those who simply hunger for a slice of comfort. Bring pie back to the table where it belongs, accessible to anyone with the desire to throw down a bit of flour and watch it transform by way of some ancient alchemy into something delicious in the oven.” Featuring more than one hundred simple but scrumptious recipes, Easy as Vegan Pie offers alternatives to America’s favorite dessert, normally heavily laden with butter, eggs, and other animal products. The recipes in this book take some unexpected twists, offering vegan bakers a whole new pie experience. The gorgeous photography will lure bakers to try chocolate chipotle sweet potato pie, skinny mint tart, caramel macadamia crumb pie, and pomegranate pecan pie. Savory treats are well-represented as well, with Thanksgiving quiche, primavera pot pies, and wasabi pea pie, among others. Kaminsky offers an unprecedented treat for vegan bakers, providing a unique and inspiring mix of culinary adventure and down-home comfort food.
Category: Cooking

Recipes Every College Student Should Know

Author : Christine Nelson
ISBN : 9781594749551
Genre : Cooking
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Cooking goes to college in this must-have pocket guide. Perfect for hungry dorm-dwellers, this guide will help students make and eat healthy snacks, meals, and other tasty bites. Discover quick breakfasts to help you make it to class on time, backpack-friendly lunches, dormmate dinners for a crowd, study break snacks, and of course an infallible recipe for microwave mug cake—plus basic tools, terms, nutrition, budgeting guides, and safety tips for beginning cooks. No matter if you’ve got a microwave and an electric kettle or a full-sized kitchen, this book will have you well-fed and back to studying (or video games) in no time. Recipes include: · Breakfast Burritos · Hummus and Veggie Wraps · Healthy Avocado and Sunflower Seed Sandwich · Bacon: Microwaved or Panfried · Chocolate-Covered Popcorn · And more!
Category: Cooking

The Vegetarian Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015080191698
Genre : Vegetarianism
File Size : 40.10 MB
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Category: Vegetarianism

Ethical Marxism

Author : Bill Martin
ISBN : 9780812698619
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 72.31 MB
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This book aims to reinvigorate the Marxist project and the role it might play in illuminating the way beyond capitalism. Though political economy and scientific investigation are needed for pure Marxism, Martin’s argument is that the extent to which these elements are needed cannot be determined within the conversations of political economy and other investigations into causal mechanisms. What has not been done, and what this book does, is to argue for the possibility of a rethought Marxism that takes ethics as its core, displacing political economy and "scientific" investigation.
Category: Philosophy