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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Two More Vegan Cookbooks

The Associated Press did an article on two recently published vegan cookbooks.

The first is by the busy and prolific Donna Klein. I've done two posts about earlier cookbooks of hers, The Gluten-Free Vegetarian Kitchen in 2007 and Vegan Italiano in 2006.

Her latest is The Tropical Vegan Kitchen

which offers 225 recipes from Africa, the Caribbean, Southeast and South Asia, and Latin America.

There is plenty to love here — Trinidad-style Curried Mashed Potatoes; Malaysian Hot-and-sour Noodles with Tofu and Baby Bok Choy; and Papaya, Jicama and Avocado Salad with Sour Orange Dressing.

Nava Atlas' Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews for All Seasons, a veganized version of her earlier Vegetarian Soups for All Seasons. The article called it more conventional comfort food than you'll find in Klein's book.
Atlas walks home cooks through the seasons, offering Curried Red Lentil Stew and Chickpea and Tahini Soup in fall, Taco Soup and Minestrone in winter, plus a host of offerings for the warmer months.

You'll find a macaroni and "cheese" recipe in the article at the link.

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