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If you are considering becoming vegetarian or vegan, then look no further than this section for some mouthwatering recipes to help you on your way - once you've made your decision, it's easy! These books also show that veggie/vegan food is fun and tasty and far from boring - just try some!
Foodie travels from India to Indonesia. Recipes range from simple dishes, such as Cauliflower & Kale Pakora, to regional specialities, such as Javanese tofu with Cassava cakes. Beautifully illustrated. 208pp. 2015. Ref: B992.
Delicious recipes for the vegan and raw kitchen from award-winning, vegan street food pioneers David & Charlotte Bailey. Vibrant, healthy cuisine, which maximises the potential flavours of plant-based ingredients. 176pp. 2015. Ref: B990.
Sixty easy, delicious and inspiring recipes from around the globe – soups, snacks, salads, hearty meals and tempting sweets. Try Spicy Potato Strudel; Stuffed Barbura Peppers in sauce; or Dark Chocolate Tart with ice cream! 144pp. 2014. Ref: B989.
Sea stories and vegan recipes from Sea Shepherd's anti-whaling campaigns. Includes 80 nourishing favourites, from Hot & hearty Hash Browns; Warming Pumpkin Soup; Oceangoing Onion Pie; to salads; spreads and cakes. 192pp. 2014. Ref: B988.
De-mystifying veganism, with 100 deliciously simple recipes that use standard supermarket ingredients. Even if you think you know vegan food, this book will make you think again. Beautifully illustrated with colour photographs. 176pp. 2014. Ref: B984.
Gorgeously illustrated book, with 150 step-by-step recipes for every occasion and 750 stunning, colour photographs. A complete guide to planning and enjoying a healthy and balanced vegan lifestyle. Excellent value for money. 256pp. Ref: B982.
The naughtiest vegan cakes in town! This beautifully presented book begins with a guide to vegan baking and follows with recipes for the best-loved cupcakes. Also included are recipes for muffins, cakes, brownies and cookies. 160pp; coloured photos. 2013. Ref: B981.
Recipes for entertaining. 90 imaginative vegan recipes, from sumptuous soups to main courses, side dishes and desserts. With 300 coloured photographs. The ideal gift. 2011. Ref: B971.
One hundred exciting recipes from around the world, including soups, snacks, salads, main dishes and sweets. Beautifully illustrated and easy to use. Ref: B931.
Part II of the Cake Scoffer. Another 25 recipes to tempt your taste buds. Try Berry Ginger Cheesecake, or Vanilla Pecan Parcels. Ref: B967.
Everything from pancakes to scrambled tofu and smoothies, breakfast need never again be dull for vegans! Ref: B928.
One hundred dairy-free recipes for your favourite cookies, biscuits, bars and brownies. (American measurements.) Ref: B944.
Here are 75 of the most mouthwatering dairy-free cakes ever. Beautifully illustrated with loads of colour photos. (American measurements.) 2008. 144pp. Ref: B946.
This perfect introduction to vegan cooking, full of easy-to-make recipes, shows just how creative and varied dairy-free and meat-free food can be. 212pp. Ref: B932.
If you are the sole vegan in your household, then help is at hand with this excellent volume. Delicious, quick and easy recipes from around the world. 205pp. Ref: B945.
88 recipes, including soups, dips, main courses, cakes and desserts, from the Leeds Vegetarian & Vegan Society. Ref: B939.
Beautifully illustrated guide to nutrition and essential vitamins, with delicious, quick and easy vegan recipes. Ref: B938.
Illustrated booklet containing 19 delicious and easy to make recipes from Upside Down Cake to Chocolate Sauce Pudding. All proceeds help animal groups. Ref: B943.
Picnic and party food recipes. Create your own Nottage cheese, Geek salad, Guacamole and many other mouth-watering salad delights. 20pp. Ref: B935.
Central American cuisine mixes Spanish and Afro-Caribbean influences and offers a homely style of cooking. 112pp. Ref: B948.
Creative, richly flavoured dishes from the region, using exotic and nutritious ingredients. 107pp. Ref: B949.
Classic French dishes are re-interpreted for the animal-free consumer - patés, terrines and soups, cassoulet and bourgignon, tarts, biscuits and desserts. 2003. 128pp. Ref: B951.
More than 120 regional and seasonal recipes, from broccoli and spinach stuffed pancakes to onion and sage focaccia, and almond macaroons. 2001. 124pp. Ref: B954.
130 recipes true to the culinary traditions of Mexico, from tortillas and enchiladas to delicious sorbets and banana and date chimichangas. 2002. 122pp. Ref: B955.
This exotic cuisine consists of an eclectic mix of herby Mediterranean and spicy African/Asian flavours. Recipes includes mezzes, casseroles and grain dishes, plus sweet pastry desserts. 2002. 126pp. Ref: B956.
Thai cooking is renowned for its balance of flavours and textures, combining influences from China and India. Many of the 120 specially created dishes are quick and easy to prepare - such as Carrot, Ginger and Sesame Fried Rice. 2004. 128pp. Ref: B957.
100 new recipes for cakes, loaves, biscuits and savoury baking, such as strawberry and almond sponge or spiced carrot and nut loaf, all free of animal products. 2001. 74pp. Ref: B941.
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