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by Bryant Terry

eBook The Inspired Vegan: Seasonal Ingredients, Creative Recipes, Mouthwatering Menus download ISBN: 0738213756
Author: Bryant Terry
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books (January 24, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 240
ePub: 1147 kb
Fb2: 1154 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Cooking by Ingredient

Flipping through The Inspired Vegan is more like sitting on a barstool next to Terry while he works away at the kitchen counter. Each of 12 seasonal menus begins with a quote and a story, and Terry lists book and music recommendations in sidebars.

Flipping through The Inspired Vegan is more like sitting on a barstool next to Terry while he works away at the kitchen counter. This approach, while unconventional, offers an intriguing way to connect to Terry’s recipe. ighly recommended for vegans who like to entertain.

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From the author of Vegan Soul Kitchen: ingredients that inspire, unique recipes, and menus for everyday feasts. Marking his 10-year anniversary working to create a healthy, just, and sustainable food system, Bryant Terry offers more than just a collection of recipes.

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From the author of Vegan Soul Kitchen: ingredients that inspire, unique recipes, and menus for everyday feasts.

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The Inspired Vegan by Bryant Terry (NPR article has recipes for Black-Eyed Peas in d Mustard Greens; and Molasses, Miso, and Maple Candied Sweet Potatoes). In The Inspired Vegan, author Bryant Terry presents a series of menus, each paired with its own soundtrack, based off the music that inspires him to cook. In his new book, Inspired Vegan, chef Bryant Terry writes about how healthy eating can start in your backyard. Afro-Vegan by Bryant Terry is the World Spice Cookbook Club selection for May, and we’ll be serving up his delicious Roselle-Rooibos drink at the Meet & Eat. From Bryant Terry author of Afro-Vegan: This drink is.

Filled with creative vegan recipes, mouthwatering photos and a heart-on-her-sleeve writing style . The Scoop: Vegan baking doesn’t require umpteen ingredients

Filled with creative vegan recipes, mouthwatering photos and a heart-on-her-sleeve writing style, Angela’s blog is a must-read for vegans. Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Sundried Tomato, Mushroom and Spinach Tofu Quiche. Connect: ww. inimalistbaker. The Scoop: Vegan baking doesn’t require umpteen ingredients. This mainly vegan blog, run by John and Dana, a husband and wife team, offers simple, one-bowl recipes that can be whipped up in under 30 minutes. The photography here is spectacular too – and they offer a food photography school, if you’re so inclined.

Bryant Terry is an eco-chef, food justice activist, and author. Terry"s writing and recipes have been featured in Gourmet, Food and Wine, The New York Times Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, Vibe, Domino, and Mothering. His most recent book is Afro-Vegan: Farm-Fresh African, Caribbean, and Southern Flavors Remixed, which was published in April 2014. rnHe then moved to New York City to attend graduate school in History at New York University. After getting his Master of Arts, he enrolled in the chef’s training program at the Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts in New York City.

Presents vegan recipes which incorporate seasonal ingredients, sharing cooking techniques and seasonal menus.

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From the author of Vegan Soul Kitchen: ingredients that inspire, unique recipes, and menus for everyday feasts.
Comments: (7)
Sti
Got this book a few weeks ago and have tried a few of the recipes. Both were extraordinarily tastey. Didn't miss the animal products AT ALL! I'm not even vegetarian but am trying to cut way back on animal products and greatly increase my plant-based eating. The Gumbo Zav is AMAZINg, esp. with a little chow chow on top! not that it needs it. Will warn you - this book isn't necessarily hard - but isn't for the novice cook either. And allow yourself some time to do the recipes. I would think it lends itself more to weekend cooking or for cooking to stock up your freezer. Can't wait to try Vegan Soul Kitchen after this book!! I'm a new fan...I think I have a new chef crush ; )
elegant stranger
Using this book is an experience, and I love how Bryant Terry brings in other creative aspects culture (music, art) into his book. His food activism is inspiring and I appreciate how both he and his recipes challenge stereotypes about plant-based diets.
I think this book is created with community in mind, and not intended for a quick weeknight solo dinner prep routine. I usually pull this book out on weekends when I have a bit of time or when planning a potluck or event and I need to blend multiple dishes.
The menus in this book are very creative and delicious. I also appreciate the resources offered in the first section of the book. The recipes in this book are accessible and the flavors are complex! Highly recommend this book (as well as Bryant Terry’s other books!).
Nnulam
So far I have made three recipes from this book. I am impressed with the wonderful combination of spices. Amazing!

This author made me try something I thought I hated-grits! "Savory Grits with Sauteed Broad Beans, Roasted Fennel and Thyme"- all I can say is WOW! And if you do not know what to do with chard-make "Creamy Chard Soup with Tostones" for a real treat!

I do not like bland food and these recipes are anything but. The author has a great understanding of just what spices go with what.

Definitely mouthwatering.. I'm getting hungry just thinking about these recipes.
Wat!?
These are wonderful recipes. Even my husband, a staunch meat-eater who winces at the sound of the word "vegetarian," loves what I cook from this book. I first checked it out from our library out of curiosity; after trying the recipe for Roasted Root Vegetable Jambalaya, I immediately went online & ordered 3 copies, for myself and my two daughters. Great for everyone, this is a "must buy" if you have vegetarians or vegans in your family!
Dondallon
I have only tried one full meal from this cookbook but it all looks so good and what I did cook was stellar. I cooked an Indian inspired meal of asparagus and sweet potato curry, saag and tofu, and yellow rice. His spice suggestions were so good. So well seasoned and flavored and rich in flavor but still fresh. The biggest tip I have taken so far is baking the tofu cubes with oil and spices. This achieves a nearly fried crisp without all of the fuss of the tofu sticking to the pan on the stovetop. Since the cookbook is broken up by giving recipes for a full meal, the one thing that would make this cookbook super cool would be a run down of how to multi-talk the cooking. You can do this yourself by flipping between the recipes and checking for duplicate ingredients to prep at once but having it all laid out would be handy. It's not a deal breaker by any means though. Many of the recipes set within full meals can easily be meals on their own as well. I'm looking forward to delving deeper. I can tell already that his spice and flavor profiles are much different that anything other cookbook I have (which is great!)
Crazy
I'm very very happy with this book. The introduction was great- I usually don't read cookbook introductions, I just skip right to the recipes, but the writing in this book is well worth the read. Very inspiring, and not just about veganism. It made me excited to cook and eat, but also excited to pursue the things that are important to me, and to think about my place in the world.

The recipes are great. They are grouped into menus, but the author also lists them as 'mains' 'sides' 'drinks' etc, so it's easy to find what you're looking for. The recipes are overwhelmingly on the healthy side of veganism, which I find I always need more of. Lots of green veggies (of course) and beans, and it's not tofu heavy.

I think my favorite part is the music and reading material that is paired with each recipe and menu. It reminded me that food is a part of life as a whole and you can't just separate things into convenient categories all the time. What we eat isn't just dinner, it's an experience.
Mojar
Interesting book to peruse. Good recipes and I'm not vegan. Lot's of practical advice.
I bought another copy as a gift. I love the way he pairs the food with suggested music, film and literature. I even bought some of those items and gifted them together. I haven't tried any recipes yet but they all sound good. A nice variety of different cultural cuisines.