Vegan Cooking for One: Over 150 simple and appetizing meals [NOOK Book]

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A new edition of the Single Vegan, which has sold over 60,000 copies, which contains 30% new recipesOften vegans, although they may be part of a large family, have to cook separate meals – this cookbook offers over 200 diverse and seasonal recipes to tempt the tastebuds.The book is split into weeks – and has essential shopping lists for all the ingredients you will need for that week and then delicious recipes to follow. There is also a Spring and Summer collection and an Autumn and Winter collection so that the ...
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Overview

A new edition of the Single Vegan, which has sold over 60,000 copies, which contains 30% new recipesOften vegans, although they may be part of a large family, have to cook separate meals – this cookbook offers over 200 diverse and seasonal recipes to tempt the tastebuds.The book is split into weeks – and has essential shopping lists for all the ingredients you will need for that week and then delicious recipes to follow. There is also a Spring and Summer collection and an Autumn and Winter collection so that the availability and freshness of ingredients is assured.The recipes are both savoury and sweet, main meals and light snacks and have influences and flavours from around the world.

Leah Leneman is author of Easy Vegan Cooking, The Tofu Cookbook and Single Vegan. She is a well-known name in vegan cooking.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780007388608
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 6/28/2012
  • Sold by: Harper Collins UK
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: ePub edition
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 329,946
  • File size: 892 KB

Meet the Author

Leah Leneman is a popular writer on the subject of vegan food who consistently brings style and variety to vegan cookery. Her books include ‘Vegan Cooking for One’, ‘The Tofu Cookbook’ and ‘Easy Vegan Cooking’. She lives in Edinburgh.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2003

    a great asset for beginners

    i just recently discovered the horrors of the animal exploitation industry and was more than a little concerned about what i'd possibly find to eat as a new vegan and college student...to my delight and surprise, the recipes in this book are simple, quick, varied, and actually quite good. the weekly grocery lists make the whole dietary paradigm shift much more convenient, as well. i had honestly never really cooked a meal (save macaroni and cheese and canned foods) before this book and had no trouble picking up the recipes. if you're an experienced chef, you might feel a little constrained, but most of us aren't and this is just wonderful! :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2003

    Best Cookbook Ever

    I bought this book for a vegan friend and now want to buy it for myself. It is by far the best book for vegans or people who live alone. The recipes are broken down into a weekly menu with a shopping list at the beginning of each week. All perishable food items are used up within the week, saving money. There is a wide variety of recipes and they are all very simple but full of flavor.

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  • Posted June 7, 2013

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    Disappointing

    After following a vegetarian diet, I am moving to a vegan diet. Early in the book, the author states that breakfasts and lunches would not be covered because so much information is available from other sources. As those were the two meals that I was most interested in help with, I guess I need to look for other sources. The recipes that were included were not that appealing.

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