Robin Robertsons Vegan Without Borders

Robin Robertsons Vegan Without Borders Ebook Robin Robertsons Vegan Without Borders Author Robin G Robertson Bassgrotto.co.uk Vegan Without Borders Shares Robin Robertson S Favorite Dishes From The Great Cuisines Of The World And Shows How Cooking Vegan Makes Borders Disappear Whether The Recipe Hails From Ecuador Or Ethiopia, These Plant Based Dishes Invite You To Travel The Culinary World And Sample 150 Of Robin S All Time Favorites This Mini Immersion Into Global Cooking Also Reveals That Many International Cuisines Are Naturally Free Of The Meat And Potatoes Constraints Of The Typical Standard American Diet SAD , And Food Loving Vegans Will Delight At The Dishes Robin Places On Her Table At Home.The Recipes Are Healthy And Accessible But Without Compromising On Flavor The Pastiche Of Plant Based Delights Are Organized By Country Or Region Of The World, Making It Easy To Prepare A Single Recipe Or To Put Courses Together For A Complete Meal In A Particular Cuisine The Recipes Include Family Style Comfort Foods, Global Ethnic Favorites, And Creative New Dishes Inspired By The Classics, All Developed To Satisfy A Variety Of Mealtime Desires The Result Is A Bounty Of Mouthwatering Recipes That Span The Globe, Representing The Cooking Traditions Of Than Twenty Different Countries Of Europe, The Americas, Africa, The Middle East, India, And Asia Recipes Include Polenta Rustica With Kale And Bean Ragout, Potato Gratin Dauphinoise, Baked Eggplant Fries With Tzatziki Sauce, Chickpea Nuggets With Buffalo Barbecue Ranch Sauce, Blue Ribbon Chocolate Cake, Mojito Sweet Potatoes, Melon Paletas, Za Atar Roasted Cauliflower, Lemongrass Coconut Rice, Red Cooked Tempeh Sizzling Saigon Crepes, Bangkok Street Cart Noodles.

An experienced chef and consultant, Robin Robertson worked for many years in restaurants and catering in northeastern Pennsylvania and Charleston, South Carolina before she began writing cookbooks In 1988, she left the restaurant business and became vegan for ethical reasons She then rededicated her life to writing and teaching gourmet vegan cooking.Over the years, she has fine tuned her plant b

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 304 pages
  • Robin Robertsons Vegan Without Borders
  • Robin G. Robertson
  • English
  • 01 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Robin Robertsons Vegan Without Borders

  1. says:

    Gorgeous hardcover book with lovely photos, though not of every recipe 4 stars star off because it was an inspired idea but then a lot of countries were missing and there were so few recipes for each country and region, and I found myself wanting The sampler format did work though I got in some armchair traveling with not only the recipes but also the text info that accompanied each of the recipes and at the beginning of each section I still wish that Canada and many missing European countries had been included I like that the recipes have various designations, such as quick and easy, gluten free option, soy free option, no oil, low oil, etc There is a glossary, some suggested menus, a list of online resources, basic and global pantry lists, and the index seems okay.For me, overall, there was too much vinegar, cooking alcohol, vegan dairy substitutes, coconut, and too much sugar in both savory and sweet dishes But I ve always loved this author s recipes and that was mostly also true in this book.The recipes that most intrigued me are From the Europe section, from Italy Trofie alla Pesto with Green Beans and Potatoes Polenta Rustica with Kale and Bean Ragout Sicilian Style Cauliflower, and from France Pissaladere Roasted Ratatouille with Basil Pistou Basil Pistou Mousse au Chocolat, and from Spain and Portugal Vegetable Paella Eggplant Piri piri, and from Greece Spankakipita Tart, and from Eastern Europe Halushki, and fro...

  2. says:

    Robin Robertson s Vegan Without Borders, Robin Robertson Review from jeannie zelos book reviewsI m always interested in recipes suitable for my daughter She s been vegetarian for almost 25 years now, and of course all Vegan recipes are appropriate for her These sounded so delicious too its easy to assume Vegan food is all dull, uninspiring and bland, plates of boring cabbage and carrots, or some raw fruit, and no lovely creamy desserts or ice cream, and yet here Robin shows us how far from reality we are when we think that way On a day out at a Vegan animal rescue centre a couple if years back I tried soya ice cream even the kids hated it , and soya milk in my coffee eurghh that s not for me, and yet since then I ve tried oat and almond milks and really enjoyed those Rather than thinking its all horrible we need to try alternatives, in the same way as some people don t like cheese, or rare meatbut will eat cheese sauce or well cooked beef It s still regarded as something of a kind of Western food fad to be a Vegan even being a vegetarian still raises eyebrows and is misunderstood, with food offered such as fish, and chicken whi...

  3. says:

    Robin Robertson s Vegan Without Borders is a truly beautiful cookbook It contains a wide variety of mouthwatering exotic dishes from around the world as well as veganized versions of classic favorites.The recipes are categorized by region and each section includes appetizers, main courses, side dishes and desserts There are also beautiful pictures of the prepared dishes as well as the country they hail from The photography throughout this book is just as amazing as the recipes are.The recipes are easy to follow and fairly quick to prepare So even if you are a newbie to cooking or a somewhat lazy cook like me, you will enjoy trying out those wonderful dishes.At the bottom of every recipe, you can find information about dietary options such as gluten free, soy free, low oil or oil free In the back of the book all recipes are catego...

  4. says:

    I was so excited to find this book It can be very difficult to find world cuisine recipes that do not contain animal products This cookbook has a wonderful variety of options from all over the globe.I really liked that the beginning of the book included recipes for vegetable broth and seitan, two staples in vegan cooking There are also suggestions for dairy and egg alternatives, which would be unnecessary for most long term vegans, but it serves a quick guide for newbies One thing I really liked about this cookbook is the section dedicated to pantry lists The author includes basic staples for any pantry, as well as additional lists for each type of world cuisine in the book europe, the americas, middle east and africa, india, and asia Many of the recipes in the book are gluten or soy free, or list easy substitutions All of the recipes are very easy to follow, and do not co...

  5. says:

    This book is gorgeous It s hardback and unlike many of her other books this one is chock full of great photographs of her recipes and pictures from various countries I like how it s divided into regions and countries Each chapter begins with an introduction to the regions food and ...

  6. says:

    I just downloaded this marvelous recipe book a couple of days ago Being vegan and gluten free is a challenge , but this book is full of mouthwatering recipes The photographs are beautiful I have already made three recipes from here and they are...

  7. says:

    This one really surprised me There aren t pictures of everything, maybe only every 1 in 5 recipes is photographed, but I actually didn t even care because the food all sounded so good except for the section about the U.S what is up with those guys, ha Although there is a recipe for mac and cheese in that section, so I ll forgive the fake chicken nugget things It s organized by part of the world, and sometimes by individual countries, and includes so much that isn t super familiar here but which are typical dishes in those parts I was super excited about the Japan and Korea sections because while I m fairly familiar with all the dishes listed in those sections I d given up on having them because they re traditionally so meat seafood heavy I like that Robertson will include a meat substitute of some sort in many of her recipes, but will almost always offer up multiple other options, like tofu, seitan, beans, or just leaving it out entirely She ll also say how to make the recipe gluten free for folks who need that And the index section is great there s a section that lists possible menus based on different countries or regions, as well as by type like Street Food Without Borders which includes street foods from multiple parts of the world, or International Soup and Bread Supper , a glossary, and the index itself, as well as the typical weights and conversions ch...

  8. says:

    Vegan Without Bordersby Robin RobertsonVery informative cookbook with example recipes of many cuisines around the world In most cases she selected one or two signature dishes of a cuisine that were already vegan or easily adapted In only a few did she simply make a meatless version of a meat based dish I was pleased with that first approach it s always good to remind yourself that many people don t build a diet around meat, milk and cheese.I found a couple to try but how good they turn out to be remains to be seen.The best reading was the recipes themselves The background material the introductions to the cuisines was ski...

  9. says:

    This is no average vegan cookbook this is a passport to culinary heaven This cook book is your tour guide to countries around the world, leading you to vegan heaven, as your palate has one love affair after another Accompanied by mouthwatering photographs that will inspire you to pack your suitcase and run to the airport, this cookbook is definitely a feast for the eyes, as well as your palate.Trust me this is not just your average summer love affair This cookbook explains how to create classic dishes in your Vegan Kitchen without losing the authenticity of the dish Dishes like Mac and Cheese made the vegan way, called Butternut Mac and Cheese and guess what No cheese There s als...

  10. says:

    This is truly a beautiful cookbook Reading the recipes is making me hungry and the beautiful pictures of the places they are from makes me want to be on vacation There are also numerous beautiful photos of the prepared dishes This book is a perfect book for anyone who loves to cook whether they are vegan or not The recipes are from all over the globe and when you read them you feel that you can make them.Just a few of them are Polenta Rustica with Kale and Bean Ragout, Chickpea Nuggets with Buffalo Barbecue Ranch Sauce, Blue Ribbon Chocolate Cake, Mojito Sweet Potatoes, Cucumber and White Bean Ceviche, and Pina ...

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