Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
  • Vegan Japaneasy: Over 80 Delicious Plant-Based Japanese Recipes
ISBN: 1784882844
EAN13: 9781784882846
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 3, 2020
Pages: 208
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Japanese cuisine: Fatty tuna Wagyu beef Pork broth Fried chicken Squid guts It's a MINEFIELD for mindful vegans. OR SO IT SEMS. In reality, there's an enormous amount of Japanese food that is inherently vegan or can be made vegan with just a few simple substitutions. And it's not just abstemious vegan Buddhist temple fare (although that is very lovely) - you can enjoy the same big, bold, salty-sweet-spicy-rich-umami flavours of Japanese soul food without so much as glancing down the meat and dairy aisles. Because Japanese cooking is often inherently plant-based, it's uniquely vegan-friendly. The oh-so satisfying flavours of Japanese cuisine are usually based in fermented soybean and rice products, and animal products were seldom used in cooking throughout much of Japanese history. Yes, there is fish in everything, in the form of dashi, but you can easily substitute this with a seaweed and mushroom-based version that's every bit as delicious. � This book won't so much teach you how to make dubious 'vegan versions' of Japanese meat and fish dishes -�because it wouldn't be good, and there's no need Instead, Vegan JapanEasywill tap into Japan's wealth of recipes that are already vegan or very nearly vegan - so there are no sad substitutions and no shortcomings of flavor.

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   Delicious and definitely not difficult!
Presented are the Mushroom Parcel and Stir Fried Cabbage and Sprouts, along with some quick stir fried tofu I knocked from the cabbage and sprouts dish. Obviously, I made a pot of rice to accompany the dinner. The dishes are delicious and have nicely balanced flavors. I look forward to cooking my way through the rest of this book!
 
5
   This book is beautiful!
I love the layout and writing style. I have not tried any of the recipes, but they look really good. Honestly, I wouldn 't even care if I never cooked one of the recipes, because it is such a pleasure to look at this book!
 
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   What's not to love!
This book is a revelation for those who think that good recipes can not possibly taste vegan. I also love the pictures! If you 1. Get this book, you will be able to If you think that vegan can not taste good. But most of all, buy it because you love good food!
 
5
   I just received this book and haven't cooked from it yet BUT!
From an aesthetic standpoint, the book is as beautiful inland as the cover would make you believe. I have been reading it and found the writing is imaginative, funny and engaging. Definitely a cookbook that I could read before bed. It draws you really close and makes MAKES you want to cook from it. I'm going to LOVE this one ''.
 
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   for kindle edition
The layout is strange on my computer, but who knows why. The puns are awfully god. The Kimchi Potsticker recipe was a hit with my in-laws, but I wonder why the recipe in a book labelled easy has you make your own wraps, rather than buying the readily available Gyoza wrappers.
 
5
   A great discovery
Although I was lucky enough to have friends introduce me to food in Japan, this book helped me understand more fully why Japanese food is so amazing. It also provided easy steps to make it happen in my home.
 
5
   Unique and Beautiful
Pictures don 't do justice to the beauty of this book. It is a joy to look at. I have also made lists of ingredients to cook and I am excited to pick up the cooking.
 
5
   Arigato for making this lovely book.
The book I waited for! I love eating Japanese food like crazy, but have never been able to eat fish or meat. Shojin-ryori is a good option but sometimes you just want a heaping bowl of Ramen. The humor is also great. Especially the jokes around free-salted dishes containing ham. !Thanks for writing this beautiful book.
 
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