EAT YOUR WAY
Over 160 Mouth Watering Vegan Recipes To Keep You Healthy
The recipes in Vegan Rustic Cooking are organised in sections: Soups; Fillings for sandwiches, toast and baked potatoes; Sauces; Main meals; Baked goods. There are even naughty fry-ups (all the fun without the health hazards!), omelettes, quiches, pizza and puddings galore! Each section is then arranged according to seasonal availability of the ingredients, starting with spring and working through to winter.
Vegan Rustic Cooking is packed with fibre-rich, low glycaemic index, star whole foods that encourage friendly gut bacteria and give more food for less calories. The useful index is arranged alphabetically not just by the recipe, but also by ingredients. This means you can select the available veggies from your garden or veggie box, look them up in the index and choose an appropriate recipe that uses what you have available! This will enable you to cook tasty food from the freshest, healthiest ingredients you can find, all year round.
Vegan Rustic Cooking is a fantastic resource for anyone wanting to make maximum use of seasonal produce.
The Author Diana White was a vegetarian for 23 years and has been a vegan for the last 12. She and her husband, Peter, grow their own fruit and vegetables vegan-organically. She is a trustee of the charity Vegan Organic Network.
ISBN 1 85623 034 1 PAGES 208pp SIZE 234 x 156mm BINDING Paperback
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15 Product Review
31 Permaculture News
37 GEN News
64 GEN Bulletin Board
65 Classified Exchange
68 Subscriptions & Renewals
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3 PUTTING MY HOUSE IN ORDER Green auditor, Donnachadh McCarthy , describes the joys and pitfalls of installing renewable energy.
7 A VERY ORDINARY HOUSE Wade Muggleton shares tips on how he did the DIY eco-renovation of his ex-council house with recycled materials.
10 MAKE YOUR OWN TRIPLE COMPOST BIN John Adams explains how to build an excellent composting system out of scrap.
12 FROM OVERWHELM TO ENGAGEMENT Learn how to turn fear for the future into positive, balanced action.
17 WHAT TO DO WITH OIL DRUMS... Rob Hopkins shows how creative permaculture-style DIY can be.
21 LET THE WATERS FLOW & THE FRUITS GROW How an arid landscape is being lovingly restored in southern Portugal.
26 PERMACULTURE & PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST Sarah Irving reports on permaculture projects in this troubled region.
30 PERMACULTURE PEOPLE Be inspired by two permaculturists who have created a rich and enjoyable existence.
39 AUTUMN FORAGING More seasonal food from the wild (with sumptious pictures!) from Steve Andrews .
43 EATS FRUIT & LEAVES Ann Stanier describes how she and her husband made a traditional orchard viable with Community Supported Agriculture.
47 YE OLDE CIDER CLUB Make merry with Nottingham’s community cider club at Hungerhill allotments.
48 BEDZED & FINDHORN Jonathan Dawson takes a tour and compares two very different eco-communities.
53 BEING WHERE YOU ARE Gene Marshall explains why bioregionalism is a key to ecological and planetary harmony.