--- Neal Barnard, M.D., President, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
The Heart Healthy Pizza cookbook contains over 100 delicious no-added oil, plant-based recipes for making pizza. Through the imaginative use of grains (oats, quinoa, millet, and others) as well as legumes (such as chickpeas, black eyed peas, dal) and various vegetables (artichokes, carrots, corn, cauliflower...), unique "cheese-like" sauce recipes are made that range in taste and texture profile from a delicate velvety sauce to a custard firmness. Most are gluten-free.
Coupled with recipes for crusts (including gluten-free versions), several bottom sauces and total pizza concepts, this easy to use book will help anyone create scrumptious and delectable pizzas.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Foreword by Howard Lyman
Chapter 1: Firm Foundations
Chapter 2: Amazing Gracious Sauces
Chapter 3: No Nonsense Non-Cheese Sauces
Chapter 4: Powerful Pizza Possibilities
Appendix 1: Reasons for Choosing a Plant-Based Diet
Appendix 2: The Problems with Added Oil or Fat
Appendix 3: Fat Stats for Commercial Plant-based Cheeses
Appendix 4: Cooking Grains and Legumes
All recipes are vegan and were inspired from the 20+ years of peer-reviewed research by Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Jr., which demonstrates that a no-added oil plant-based diet can not only reverse heart disease, but in theory, prevent it.
"Mark Sutton takes pizza to a new level of nutritional possibilities. After readingHeart Healthy Pizza,NO one will be able to eat ANY OTHER pizzawithout a conscience."
Caldwell B. Esselstyn, J., M.D. and Ann Crile Esselstyn, "Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease."
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About the Author
The path and his approach changed considerably when learning of Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn's peer-reviewed research demonstrating that a no-added fat plant-based diet can not only reverse heart disease, but in theory, prevent it. Mark decided to incorporate this knowledge into his recipes and make them all truly "heart healthy."
Mark has been employed as the Visualizations Coordinator for two NASA Earth Satellite Missions, a freelance interactive multimedia computer consultant, an organic farmer, and head photographer. He's developed media published in several major magazines and shown internationally on network broadcasts, DVD's, websites, and managed/edited a cookbook. Mark has produced work for two Nobel Peace Prize winners (on Global Climate Change) and helped create UN Peace Medal Award-winning high school curriculum.
He's currently the editor of the Mad Cowboy e-newsletter, has been a vegetarian for 20 years and vegan the past 11. Mark's an avid nature photographer, gardener, environmentalist, and is single. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org