Making Vegan Meat

The Plant-Based Food Science Cookbook (Plant-Based Protein, Vegetarian Diet, Vegan Cookbook, Seitan Recipes)

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Publisher Description

The Vegan Cookbook That Is Rooted in Food Science

"Mark is an absolute wizard―he can turn the most unexpected ingredients into vegan meat! You will not be disappointed."―Rose Lee, Cheap Lazy Vegan

#1 Bestseller in Raw Cooking, Vegan Cooking, and Vegetarian Diets

A one-of-a-kind vegan cookbook for those looking to make juicy burgers, sizzling BBQ ribs, Seitan Bacon, and fried chicken, all through the power of fruits and vegetables.

For all food lovers and enthusiasts out there. Making Vegan Meat is a staple cookbook for kitchens where home cooks, professional chefs, foodies, vegans, vegetarians, and the vegan-curious can find super vegan meat recipes. Foodie, food scientist, and YouTuber Mark “Sauce Stache” Thompson shows you a multitude of filling vegan dishes to deeply satisfy your tastebuds.

Make nutritious and creative recipes in this vegan cookbook. Step out of your comfort zone and have fun with healthier, delicious, plant based protein. From mouth-watering BBQ ribs made from mushrooms to crispy bacon from a daikon radish, you will have your dinner guests exclaiming, “Wait! That’s a vegetable?”

Read Making Vegan Meat and:
Learn to experiment in the kitchen with unexpected ingredients and create your own plant-based vegan meat recipesGain insight into how to produce different flavors, textures, and aromasDiscover exciting ways to use a variety of fruits and vegetables, like mushrooms!
If you enjoyed plant-based cookbooks like The Complete Plant-Based Cookbook, Vegan for Everybody, or The Vegan Meat Cookbook, then you’ll love Making Vegan Meat.

GENRE
Cookbooks, Food & Wine
RELEASED
2021
July 20
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
170
Pages
PUBLISHER
Mango Media
SELLER
Ingram DV LLC
SIZE
39.9
MB

Customer Reviews

marcusgirard ,

Worth a read for foodservice professionals

This is a great read if you have any ambitions to produce completely plant based foods. The recipes are typically comprised of numerous ingredients, so it may prove to be too advanced for your average home cook (unless they are hardcore vegan). However, if you are vegan and want to expand your understanding on how to replicate meat flavor using vegetables I would recommend adding this book to your collection.

NewPhilaMan ,

Worst Cookbook

This guy makes things that a normal person could never find. Then you would have to have more time then you knew what to do with. If you do find these items, your billfold better be full.

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