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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2014
PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 2:12 pm 
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If any of you buy "vegan for fun" I'm going to barf. This guy is the most horrible of horrible of personalities. Urgh.

the amazon summary for that book refers to vegan eating as a "megatrend." i don't know why, but i can't stop giggling about it.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 4:23 pm 
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Ugh, his second big book "vegan for fit" (including a diet plan and lots of horrible horrible fans who think he's invented the wheel) is still horribly popular here. Its at the top of the book charts and everything. And his next one is called "vegan forever young" if you need something else to laugh about.

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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2014
PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 4:37 pm 
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the amazon summary for that book refers to vegan eating as a "megatrend." i don't know why, but i can't stop giggling about it.


That just makes me think it's a Syfy movie.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 5:02 pm 
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Lee Ann wrote:
Has anyone mentioned Carla (Quick and Easy Vegan Bake Sale) Kelly's new book "Vegan al Fresco"?
It comes out 4/15/2014.
I was a tester for it, and it's a winner.
Everything I tried was really good. Muffins, salads...things for picnics or just lunch.
A favorite was a hominy cabbage salad.
Sadly, I threw away my testing recipes, so really looking forward to a hard copy.


I think you're the first to mention it but it sounds terrific.


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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2014
PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 5:08 pm 
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I'm soooooooo excited for Terry's salad book!!


Terry's book is probably quite good, but the blurb on Amazon leaves something to be desired. I need more than a one sentence description. How about naming some of the recipes?


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 5:12 pm 
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Has anyone heard about Silk Road Vegetarian: Vegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free Recipes for the Mindful Cook?

It just came up as a people who bought also bought as I was browsing and I love the Najmieh Batmanglij Silk Road cookbook.


Oh, I was thinking it was a new print of Silk Road Cooking. I have Silk Road Cooking which is a beautiful book, although I think I've only made 1 recipe from it. If this is a different one, I'll keep my eye on it.


Years ago, I browsed through Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey by Najmieh Batmanglij in the bookstore and I've been tempted to purchase it ever since. It is a beautiful book, but the recipes looked time consuming. How did the one you made come out?


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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2014
PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2013 7:25 am 
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I'm soooooooo excited for Terry's salad book!!


Terry's book is probably quite good, but the blurb on Amazon leaves something to be desired. I need more than a one sentence description. How about naming some of the recipes?


It's not coming out until 2014. They probably haven't even finished developing/testing recipes yet. Usually that stuff is updated a few months before the release.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2013 7:37 am 
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linanil wrote:
madeleine.teacup wrote:
Has anyone heard about Silk Road Vegetarian: Vegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free Recipes for the Mindful Cook?

It just came up as a people who bought also bought as I was browsing and I love the Najmieh Batmanglij Silk Road cookbook.


Oh, I was thinking it was a new print of Silk Road Cooking. I have Silk Road Cooking which is a beautiful book, although I think I've only made 1 recipe from it. If this is a different one, I'll keep my eye on it.


Years ago, I browsed through Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey by Najmieh Batmanglij in the bookstore and I've been tempted to purchase it ever since. It is a beautiful book, but the recipes looked time consuming. How did the one you made come out?


Good! I should do more with it though but I get distracted. I found it in a local persian market and I like to support my local stores so I bought it on the spot.

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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2014
PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 8:09 pm 
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According to an interview I heard, CINNAMON SNAIL is coming out with a cookbook in 2014.

SO. EXCITED. Also he apparently deep fries his seitan instead of steaming it or baking it or whatever. Whoa.


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According to an interview I heard, CINNAMON SNAIL is coming out with a cookbook in 2014.

SO. EXCITED. Also he apparently deep fries his seitan instead of steaming it or baking it or whatever. Whoa.


No idea who this is, but I am a firm supporter of anyone who believes in deep frying. :)

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:02 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2014
PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:23 pm 
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pastabake wrote:
According to an interview I heard, CINNAMON SNAIL is coming out with a cookbook in 2014.

SO. EXCITED. Also he apparently deep fries his seitan instead of steaming it or baking it or whatever. Whoa.


okay this does excite me. you had me at deep frying seitan.

p.s. please update this thread when an ISBN has been released.

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okay, that was just mean to post that link with all that food porn ;) i will need this cookbook.

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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2014
PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:54 pm 
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I love Cinnamon Snail. I moved back to Cali from New York and I miss their donuts and of course, other food. YEAH! I'm excited. Their food is amazing.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2013 5:40 am 
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If they have donut recipes I'm going to be sooooo happy. As happy as a pile of kittens makes me. Maybe more so.

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 Post subject: Re: Upcoming Cookbooks 2014
PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 6:39 pm 
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bookwormbethie wrote:
pastabake wrote:
According to an interview I heard, CINNAMON SNAIL is coming out with a cookbook in 2014.

SO. EXCITED. Also he apparently deep fries his seitan instead of steaming it or baking it or whatever. Whoa.


okay this does excite me. you had me at deep frying seitan.

p.s. please update this thread when an ISBN has been released.


You guys know that the high temperatures of deep frying can hydrogenate the oils and add trans fats to your diets, right?


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 6:44 pm 
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LFL wrote:
bookwormbethie wrote:
pastabake wrote:
According to an interview I heard, CINNAMON SNAIL is coming out with a cookbook in 2014.

SO. EXCITED. Also he apparently deep fries his seitan instead of steaming it or baking it or whatever. Whoa.


okay this does excite me. you had me at deep frying seitan.

p.s. please update this thread when an ISBN has been released.


You guys know that the high temperatures of deep frying can hydrogenate the oils and add trans fats to your diets, right?


Who cares? No one's eating deep fried food for health reasons.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:16 pm 
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LFL wrote:
bookwormbethie wrote:
pastabake wrote:
According to an interview I heard, CINNAMON SNAIL is coming out with a cookbook in 2014.

SO. EXCITED. Also he apparently deep fries his seitan instead of steaming it or baking it or whatever. Whoa.


okay this does excite me. you had me at deep frying seitan.

p.s. please update this thread when an ISBN has been released.


You guys know that the high temperatures of deep frying can hydrogenate the oils and add trans fats to your diets, right?


i'm vegan. my diet is already restrictive (by choice, i'm not complaining) i'm definitely entitled to a deep fried donut as a treat on occasion from time to time. (or seitan)

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bookwormbethie wrote:
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okay this does excite me. you had me at deep frying seitan.


You guys know that the high temperatures of deep frying can hydrogenate the oils and add trans fats to your diets, right?


i'm vegan. my diet is already restrictive (by choice, i'm not complaining) i'm definitely entitled to a deep fried donut as a treat on occasion from time to time. (or seitan)


Not saying you're not entitled. I figure I get enough deep fried foods when I eat out, so I don't want to cook that way at home.


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Deep frying is something that scares me as a technique so I don't do it myself but there are alternatives if a cook book calls for deep frying. I bake a ton of stuff that says to fry.

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linanil wrote:
Deep frying is something that scares me as a technique so I don't do it myself but there are alternatives if a cook book calls for deep frying. I bake a ton of stuff that says to fry.


True, and I'm very interested in the Cinnamon Snail cookbook myself partly for that reason and partly because I figure not all the recipes will call for deep frying.

I just don't get the excitement over deep fried seitan and that was why I posted, although maybe I shouldn't have said anything. I thought maybe some people here didn't know about deep frying and hydrogenation and that was why they were so excited. I only found out about it a couple of years ago and my closest local friend didn't know about it when I told her.


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Deep frying is something that scares me as a technique so I don't do it myself but there are alternatives if a cook book calls for deep frying. I bake a ton of stuff that says to fry.


True, and I'm very interested in the Cinnamon Snail cookbook myself partly for that reason and partly because I figure not all the recipes will call for deep frying.

I just don't get the excitement over deep fried seitan and that was why I posted, although maybe I shouldn't have said anything. I thought maybe some people here didn't know about deep frying and hydrogenation and that was why they were so excited. I only found out about it a couple of years ago and my closest local friend didn't know about it when I told her.


That is why they recommend using certain oils for high heat cooking such as peanut oil and coconut oil but yeah I figure if I'm eating fried food, I have no pretense of healthy eating.

Cinnamon snail is good the few times I've eaten there but I'm not a donut fan and I know that is one of their things so I'd have to see what is in the cookbook.

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Deep frying is something that scares me as a technique so I don't do it myself but there are alternatives if a cook book calls for deep frying. I bake a ton of stuff that says to fry.


i also rarely ever deep fry. it's a sweet or savory messy treat when we do ;)

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LFL wrote:
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i'm vegan. my diet is already restrictive (by choice, i'm not complaining) i'm definitely entitled to a deep fried donut as a treat on occasion from time to time. (or seitan)


Not saying you're not entitled. I figure I get enough deep fried foods when I eat out, so I don't want to cook that way at home.


oh i know, admittedly, i got a little snarky with my reply, so sorry about that. i eat pretty healthy as a vegan so i figure the very occasional indulgence in a deep fried sweet or savory food will be okay.

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No worries. A little snark is okay by me.


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