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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2013
PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:17 pm 
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Julie Hasson's "Vegan Pizza" now has a cover photo! Gosh this is bringing back AWESOMELY DELICIOUS memories of testing!! Looks great. http://www.amazon.com/Vegan-Pizza-Crisp ... 144942712X


yay! since you did some testing, may i ask if there are homemade cheese recipes inside her book that do not call for using cashews?

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i'm almost certain there is at least one (and it was my favourite)


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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2013
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yay!

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I've just pre-ordered the Great vegan Bean book (or whatever). I'm super excited.


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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2013
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I don't feel so sure about Whole Grain Vegan Baking after reading about it on Vegan Appetite. It says its recipes are 100% whole grain (which is what could be expected from the title, but I usually like a mix of whole grain and all-purpose), contain no margarine, and have healthier sweeteners (whatever that means). So maybe a bit healthier than I wish. But I think I'd like to give it a try anyway.

Vegan Pizza and the Sriracha cookbook look great. And I'd be tempted by One-Dish Vegan if I didn't have the huge 1000 Vegan Recipes cookbook by the same author.

I wish the vegan and vegetarian cookbooks were not all mixed together on Amazon...

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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2013
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if the whole grain baking book is anything like the baking recipes in 500 vegan.... you're not going t miss it!
I usually do whole wheat pastry flour instead of all purpose, and i can't tell a diff. i hope that helps. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2013
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[quote="Minatomachi".......

Vegan Pizza and the Sriracha cookbook look great. And I'd be tempted by One-Dish Vegan if I didn't have the huge 1000 Vegan Recipes cookbook by the same author.

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one-dish vegan? did i miss something? is that by robin robertson?

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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2013
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This is the link to One-Dish Vegan by Robin Robertson: http://www.amazon.com/One-Dish-Vegan-Soul-Satisfying-Delicious-One-Plate/dp/1558328122/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1360894160&sr=8-1&keywords=one-dish+vegan

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drat - it's only a 6% discount.... will order this one from work later

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Maggie Muggins wrote:
I did some testing for Great Gluten Free Eats Gone Global, there were a lot of really good and interesting recipes. I think there may have been only one or two that I wasn’t a fan of but I’m not sure if they would have made it into the book anyway. One of the tofu recipes my husband still requests over and over and over, it’s just that good!

If you don't mind me asking, how do you become a tester for cookbooks?
I was in the store yesterday and overheard someone saying she was testing a recipe for a book.

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Bridgettebakes wrote:
Maggie Muggins wrote:
I did some testing for Great Gluten Free Eats Gone Global, there were a lot of really good and interesting recipes. I think there may have been only one or two that I wasn’t a fan of but I’m not sure if they would have made it into the book anyway. One of the tofu recipes my husband still requests over and over and over, it’s just that good!

If you don't mind me asking, how do you become a tester for cookbooks?
I was in the store yesterday and overheard someone saying she was testing a recipe for a book.


There are different ways. Isa will generally post something on the forums when she is looking for testers. A lot of cookbook testers keep previous testers or give preference to previous testers. I've only tested for Isa but if you follow blogs of other cookbook writers, they might put out calls for testers. If there is a particular cookbook author you like, you could try emailing them and asking and tell them that you are interested.

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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2013
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not sure if it was mentioned but Plum (formed from the former hillside quickie chains in seattle) cookbook

http://www.amazon.com/Plum-Gratifying-D ... books+2013


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I have a lot of confidence in Whole Grain Vegan Baking because Celine and Tami are really good at what they do, and Celine has been experimenting with different flours and sweeteners on her blog for years. However, i'm confident that they're going to get more than the usual amount of amazon reviews complaining about using oil/fats/sugar of any kind because of the subject manner.

Also as much as I love EB, I do run out of it and forget to replace it ASAP so anything that makes a book more pantry-friendly is okay in my book.

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linanil wrote:
Bridgettebakes wrote:
Maggie Muggins wrote:
I did some testing for Great Gluten Free Eats Gone Global, there were a lot of really good and interesting recipes. I think there may have been only one or two that I wasn’t a fan of but I’m not sure if they would have made it into the book anyway. One of the tofu recipes my husband still requests over and over and over, it’s just that good!

If you don't mind me asking, how do you become a tester for cookbooks?
I was in the store yesterday and overheard someone saying she was testing a recipe for a book.


There are different ways. Isa will generally post something on the forums when she is looking for testers. A lot of cookbook testers keep previous testers or give preference to previous testers. I've only tested for Isa but if you follow blogs of other cookbook writers, they might put out calls for testers. If there is a particular cookbook author you like, you could try emailing them and asking and tell them that you are interested.


Thanks! I will try that :)

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not sure if it was mentioned but Plum (formed from the former hillside quickie chains in seattle) cookbook

http://www.amazon.com/Plum-Gratifying-D ... books+2013


Plum is my favorite restaurant in Seattle. I can't wait!

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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2013
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thanks, this sounds familar now, is this a re-make of a previously vegetarian cookbook of hers?

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It says on her Website: "I’ve also developing recipes for a new book called One-Dish Vegan Meals which will be a complete revision of an earlier title, One-Dish Vegetarian Meals."

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It is amazing how Robin can have vegetarian/vegan options - and not one real duplicate. she's a wizard, I tell ya.
i've noticed her "vegan" books are more.... intriguing than the vegetarian ones.like Quick Fix Veg vs QF Vegan - vegan wins hands down in the recipes that caught my interest.

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It is amazing how Robin can have vegetarian/vegan options - and not one real duplicate. she's a wizard, I tell ya.
i've noticed her "vegan" books are more.... intriguing than the vegetarian ones.like Quick Fix Veg vs QF Vegan - vegan wins hands down in the recipes that caught my interest.


agreed, robin is great. I don't love all of her cookbooks, but the few that I have (QFV, PV, VM&P) I really really like. Admittedly, I felt that QFVeg was a bit "weird" compared to QFVegan. I checked QFVeg out of the library and the recipes really did not interest me at all. I was surprised by that. Guess it's just personal taste, but I think QFVegan is much better ;)

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Some time ago, I told my omni father I was becoming vegan and showed him 1000 Vegan Recipes... and next time I saw him, he had bought it along with Quick-Fix Vegan, because he wanted healthier recipe books than the Betty Crocker he had. That really made me happy! We like to cook together from time to time, so I think QFV will be convenient for that.

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my hubby LOVES the Vietnamese tofu wraps from QFV. maybe you and your dad can try that one?

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Thanks! I had a look at QFV and it has less specialty ingredients than most vegan cookbooks I've seen, which seems convienent for use by an omni.

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agreed, i am going to add her new cookbook to my wishlist. i really like the one-dish idea.

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Does anyone know anything about Mouthwatering Vegan or the author?

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This seems to be her website: http://mouthwateringvegan.com/

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