Mayim's Vegan Table

Mayim's Vegan Table

More Than 100 Great-tasting and Healthy Recipes From My Family to Yours

eBook - 2014
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A plant-based family cookbook written by actress, neuroscientist, author (Beyond the Sling), Emmy nominee, and mom to two vegan kids, with nutritional information and advice from a pediatrician and nutritionist.
Publisher: ©2014.
New York, New York :, Da Capo Lifelong, a member of the Perseus Books Group,, 2014.
Edition: First DaCapo Press edition.
Copyright Date: ©2014.
ISBN: 9780738217055
0738217050
Characteristics: 1 online resource (257 pages)
Additional Contributors: Gordon, Jay 1948-- Author
Contents: Bev's Banana BreadSoft Pretzels; Hot Pretzel Challah Bread; 11. Desserts; Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookies; Deep Dark Chocolate Cookies; ""Cream Cheese"" Walnut Cookies; Oatmeal Cookies; Cocoa Brownies; Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie; Halloween Candy Bark; Candy Cane Winter Bark; Pecan Pie Truffles; Chocolate, Fruit, and Nut Clusters; Mandel Brodt; Plum and Walnut Crisp; No-Fail Vanilla Cake; Chocolate Fudge Cake; Rugelach; Sufganiyot; Hamantaschen; Metric Conversions; Resources; Acknowledgments; Index; About the Authors.
Spice-Crusted Baby Potatoes with Tamraind CreamOven-Baked Fries; Oven-Baked Parsnip Fries; Maple Mustard Greens; Sauteed Green Beans and Almonds; Asparagus; Teriyaki Tofu; 9. Entrees; Baked Ziti; Winter Vegetable Risotto; Sushi in a Bowl; Udon with Edamame and Peanut Sauce; Thai Pasta; Daiya-Style Pizza; Cashew Cheese; Veggie Chili; Creamy Enchilada Casserole; Build-Your-Own Black Bean and Quinoa Tacos; Vegetable and Tofu Curry; Spanikopita with Yogurt Dipping Sauce; Zucchini Pie; Shepherd's Pie; 10. Breads; Creamed Corn Bread; Pumpkin Bread; Turtle Bread; Olive Walnut Bread.
Build-Your-Own Tofu Napa Cabbage Wraps7. Snacks, Sauces, and Dips; Kale Chips; Brussels Sprouts Chips; Guacamole; Raw Nut Cheese; Mexican Bean Dip; Artichoke Tapinade; Creamy Artichoke Dip; Fava Bean Dip; French Onion Dip; Eggplant and Red Pepper Crostini; Pesto Crostini; Bruschetta; Hummus; Zucchini Chips; 8. Veggies and Sides; Agaved Carrots; Tzimmes; Golden Couscous with Olives and Fresh Herbs; Spanish Rice; Corn Bread Thanksgiving Dressing; Latkes; Root Vegetable Latkes; Nondairy Kugel; Mac N Cheez; Sprout and Potato Croquettes with Dipping Sauce.
Mishmash SoupMinestrone; Tomato Soup with Israeli Couscous; Israeli Salad; Simple Greens with Agave Mustard Dressing; Asian Salad Two Ways; Sweet and Sour Cabbage; Potato Salad; Build-Your-Own Taco Salad; Three-Bean Salad; Moroccan Vegetable Salad; Coleslaw Two Ways; Quinoa Salad with Veggies and Herbs; Rainbow Cabbage Salad with Tahini-Lemon Dressing; Americana Pasta Salad; Corn and Black Bean Salad; Quinoa Mango Salad; Quinoa Burgers; Vietnamese Banh Mi with Do Chua and Sweet Sauce; Dilled Chickpea Burger with Spicy Yogurt Sauce; Vegan Reuben Sandwiches; Falafel.
1. Who Are We and Why Are We Telling You What to Eat?; 2. Is Plant-Based Eating Really Better for Us? Nutritional Choices; 3. What Do We Actually Eat? Easy Meal Tips; 4. What's in Our Kitchens and Cupboards? Stocking a Plant-Based Kitchen; 5. Breakfast; Outrageous Granola; Green Smoothie; Peanut Butter Smoothie; Fruity Oatmeal Smoothie; Rainbow Smoothie; Fruity Oatmeal Muffins; Raisin Apricot Super Energy Bars; Easy Pancakes; French Toast; Cheese Melt; Breakfast Burrito; Potato Hash; 6. Soups, Salads, and Sandwiches; Butternut Squash Soup; Cream of Carrot Soup; Matzoh Ball Soup.
Summary: A plant-based family cookbook written by actress, neuroscientist, author (Beyond the Sling), Emmy nominee, and mom to two vegan kids, with nutritional information and advice from a pediatrician and nutritionist.

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CatherineG_1 Oct 27, 2017

Another customer requested this book so I thought I would try it out.

The recipes were all good but the bread chapter was most interesting. I think the pumpkin bread would be one to try.

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Basht
May 11, 2014

It's just so basic and nothing that hasn't been seen a million times before. I was expecting more.

I guess it could be helpful for beginners...

But as the other commenter said on the egg substitute issue. There are so many that could be used and not all work in each recipe. More direction would have been helpful.

Though I disagree on the vegan substitutes. Sometimes, vegan options for those things are nice. But really, a vegan mac and cheese that just states vegan cheese, flour, milk, and macaroni is highly disappointing.

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