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The Edgy Veg

Author : Candice Hutchings
ISBN : 0778805816
Genre : Cooking
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Two vegans in a world of quinoa and kale that refuse to go with the grain. Who says one must give up an insatiable need for comfort food just to eat better, to save animals and the planet? The Edgy Veg, the YouTube sensation (200,000 subscribers and counting, not to mention 630,000+ views per month) are on a culinary journey to revolutionize vegan food as we know it. Tired of traditional plant-based diets filled with salads and smoothies that just feels, well, tired, Candice and James set out on a culinary mission to re-purpose familiar favorites, by recreating childhood and adult cravings for folks with sophisticated palettes and food-nerd obsessions. Every single recipe can be enjoyed by vegans, vegetarians and omnivores alike -- they're all tested by James Aita, a former meat and cheese loving guy, and also tirelessly tested on friends and family. These dishes taste fabulous. The Edgy Veg has 100 amazing recipes to meet and exceed the need for stick-to-your-ribs/don't even miss the meat, comfort dishes. Those take-out pangs will be banished once and for all with Perfectly Pleasing Pesto Pizza. With General Tso's Chicken or Buffalo Cauliflower Wings, entertaining for even the most hard-core carnivores is a snap. One taste of Spaghetti and Neat Balls, Bro, or Infamous Edgy Veg Fried Chicken or The Mac Daddy will easily convince all. To quench a thirst or sweet tooth, Mean Green Ginger Machine, Grade Eh Caesar and swoon-worthy Death by Chocolate Mousse is perfect. Goodbye to dairy, milk, eggs and tired tofu and hello to tasty tacos, perfect pizza and deluxe burgers. Cake, burgers and fries are here too!
Category: Cooking

Imagining The Edgy City

Author : Loren Kruger
ISBN : 9780199321919
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"All roads lead to Johannesburg," remarks the narrator of Alan Paton's novel Cry, The Beloved Country. Taking this quote as her impetus, Loren Kruger guides readers into the heart of South Africa's largest city. Exploring a wide range of fiction, film, architecture, performance, and urban practices from trading to parades, Imagining the Edgy City traverses Johannesburg's rich cultural terrain over the last century. The "edgy city" in Kruger's exploration refers not only to persistent boundaries between the haves and have-nots but also to the cosmopolitan diversity and innovation that has emerged from Johannesburg. The book begins with the building boom, performances and uneven but noteworthy inter-racial exchange that marked the city's fiftieth-anniversary celebration at the Empire Exhibition in 1936. This celebration rapidly gave way to the political repression and civil unrest that characterized South Africa from 1950 to 1990. Yet poetry, drama, fiction, and photography continued to thrive, bearing witness not only against apartheid but to alternatives beyond it. In the late twentieth century, the not quite post-apartheid condition fired the artistic imaginations of film makers as well as novelists. Urban neglect, rising crime, and the influx of migrants inspired noir cinema-like Michael Hammon's Wheels and Deals-and fiction about migration from Achmat Dangor to Phaswane Mpe, and in the twenty-first, urban renewal has produced public art that incorporates the desire lines of newcomers as well as natives. Alongside well-known artists such as Nadine Gordimer, William Kentridge, and David Goldblatt, the book introduces many artists, architects, writers, and other chroniclers who have hitherto received little attention abroad. Ultimately, Johannesburg emerges as a city whose negotiation of the tensions between incivility and innovation invites comparisons with modern conurbations across the world, not only African cities such as Dakar, or other cities of the "south" such as Bogotá, but also with major metropolises in North America and Europe from Chicago to Paris. A multi-faceted work that speaks to scholars in urban studies, literature, and history, Imagining the Edgy City is a rich example of interdisciplinary scholarship at its best.
Category: Literary Criticism

V For Veg

Author : Vance Lehmkuhl
ISBN : 9780996349161
Genre : Cooking
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"The American Vegan Society appreciates Vance Lehmkuhl's distinctive voice in Philadelphia and the valuable work that he does keeping vegan views in front of readers throughout the region." --Freya Dinshah, President, American Vegan Society V for Veg is a collection of the vegan food columns that Vance Lehmkuhl has written over the years for the Philadelphia Daily News. Filled with wit, humor and good information about the vegan/vegetarian plant-based community in Philadelphia, the book covers many of the events, personalities, restaurants, and industries that have grown up in and around Philadelphia. Combining healthful information with a sly, humorous style, Vance Lehmkuhl’s book will delight the veg-conscious and may spur many a meat eater to explore the animal-free options now available for feeding all aspects of our lives.
Category: Cooking

Liv B S Vegan On A Budget

Author : Olivia Biermann
ISBN : 0778806251
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Eating Vegan on a Budget Has Never Tasted -- or Looked -- So Good Olivia Biermann isn't your typical YouTube vegan cooking star. Although eating is one of her favorite hobbies, she doesn't love spending a lot of time in the kitchen. The meals she loves the most are those that are simple to make and taste absolutely delicious, despite putting in minimal effort. She avoids "fancy" ingredients. Olivia is here to show you that you can eat plant-based on a budget and still make incredibly mouth-watering and fun meals that will make you feel amazing. Liv B's Vegan on a Budget is filled with 112 simple recipes from breakfast to dessert that share Olivia's passion for inspired and effortless vegan food. With a focus on balance between health and comfort and sweet and savory, you'll find tons of tasty recipes with beautiful full-color photos, including Tropical Green Smoothie, Half-Baked Cookie Dough Pancakes, Spicy Mango Salsa, Famous Lasagna Soup, Ginger-Glazed Carrots, Sweet Sriracha Cauliflower Wraps, Spaghetti Squash Pad Thai, No-Bake Brownie Bites and Deep-Dish Apple Pie with Caramel Sauce. She also includes easy-to-follow icons that identify which recipes are gluten-free, portable, and great for gatherings to help simplify your time in the kitchen. Cooking vegan food doesn't have to be struggle. Let Olivia share how easy it is to eat yummy plant-based meals that are fast and simple, using accessible ingredients you can find anywhere -- without breaking the bank.
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The Carol J Adams Reader

Author : Carol J. Adams
ISBN : 9781501324345
Genre : Philosophy
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The Carol J. Adams Reader gathers together Adams's foundational and recent articles in the fields of critical studies, animal studies, media studies, vegan studies, ecofeminism and feminism, as well as relevant interviews and conversations in which Adams identifies key concepts and new developments in her decades-long work. This volume, a companion to The Sexual Politics of Meat (Bloomsbury Revelations), offers insight into a variety of urgent issues for our contemporary world: Why do batterers harm animals? What is the relationship between genocide and attitudes toward other animals? How do activism and theory feed each other? How do race, gender, and species categories interact in strengthening oppressive attitudes? In clear language, Adams identifies the often hidden aspects of cultural presumptions. The essays and conversations found here capture the decades-long energy and vision that continue to shape new ways of thinking about and responding to oppression.
Category: Philosophy

Carnal Appetites

Author : Elspeth Probyn
ISBN : 9781134595532
Genre : Social Science
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In Carnal Appetites, Elspeth Probyn charts the explosion of interest in food - from the cults that spring up around celebrity chefs, to our love/hate relationship with fast food, our fetishization of food and sex, and the impact of our modes of consumption on our identities. 'You are what you eat' the saying goes, but is the tenet truer than ever? As the range of food options proliferates in the West, our food choices become inextricably linked with our lives and lifestyles. Probyn also tackles issues that trouble society, asking questions about the nature of appetite, desire, greed and pleasure, and shedding light on subjects including: fast food, vegetarianism, food sex, cannibalism, forced feeding, and fat politics.
Category: Social Science

Eating Vegan In Philly

Author : Vance Lehmkuhl
ISBN : 9780997666335
Genre : Travel
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"The American Vegan Society appreciates Vance Lehmkuhl's distinctive voice in Philadelphia and the valuable work that he does keeping vegan views in front of readers throughout the region." --Freya Dinshah, President, American Vegan Society Eating Vegan in Philly is the latest volume in the Vegan City Guides series, published by Sullivan Street Press. The author, Vance Lehmkuhl, is the vegan columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News, V for Veg, and also writes the philly.com blog, V for Vegan. With this expertise, he covers the historical roots of the vegetarian/vegan scenes in Philadelphia and the rise over the last 50 years of a vital and important restaurant and food scene devoted to plant-based living. This book offers travelers a guidebook to all the vegan and vegan friendly restaurants in the area along with some of the most interesting sites and sights in Philadelphia to experience.
Category: Travel

Born Confused

Author : Tanuja Desai Hidier
ISBN : 9780545229944
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Tanuja Desai Hidier's fantastically acclaimed cross-cultural debut comes to PUSH! Dimple Lala doesn't know what to think. Her parents are from India, and she's spent her whole life resisting their traditions. Then suddenly she gets to high school and everything Indian is trendy. To make matters worse, her parents arrange for her to meet a "suitable boy." Of course it doesn't go well -- until Dimple goes to a club and finds him spinning a magical web . Suddenly the suitable boy is suitable because of his sheer unsuitability. Complications ensue. This is a funny, thoughtful story about finding your heart, finding your culture, and finding your place in America.Author BioTanuja Desai Hidier is the critically acclaimed author of the groundbreaking novels Bombay Blues and Born Confused, which was named an ALA Best Book for Young Adults and hailed by Entertainment Weekly and Rolling Stone as one of the best YA novels of all time. Born and raised in the USA, Tanuja is a writer/singer-songwriter now based in London. For more about Born Confused and Bombay Blues, as well as her “booktrack” albums of original songs to accompany them, please visit www.ThisIsTanuja.com.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Rats Saw God

Author : Rob Thomas
ISBN : 9781439115367
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Steve details his descent from bright star to burnout in this newly repackaged edition of the definitive, highly acclaimed novel from the creator of Veronica Mars and Party Down. Houston, sophomore year: Steve is on top of the world. He and his friends are the talk of the school. He’s in love with a terrific girl. He can even deal with “the astronaut”—a world-famous hero who happens to be his father. San Diego, senior year: Steve is bummed out, drugged out, flunking out. A no-nonsense counselor says he can graduate if he writes a 100-page paper. So Steve starts writing, and as the paper becomes more and more personal, he reveals how a National Merit Scholar has become an under-achieving stoner. And in telling how he got to where he is, Steve discovers how to get to where he wants to be.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

California

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ISBN : UCSC:32106007984955
Genre : California
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Category: California