Plant-Based Meats

Plant-Based Meats[Download] ➵ Plant-Based Meats ➾ Robin Asbell – Heartforum.co.uk Mock meats have progressed way beyond basic seitan and reducing your meat consumption is easier than ever before with these realistic alternatives With a handy guide to ingredients cooking methods and Mock meats have progressed way beyond basic seitan and reducing your meat consumption is easier than ever before with these realistic alternatives With a handy guide to ingredients cooking methods and the basic flavor profiles behind what makes “meat” so tasty this book is for meat lovers who still want an option that mimics the real thing and vegetarians who don’t want all the additives you get with processed store bought mock meats From meat loaf to sausages from pâté to jerky Robin Asbell has a plant based answer for midweek suppers weekend brunches and holiday showstoppersRecipes include• Thai Meatballs in Red Curry• Smoky King Trumpet Mushroom Bacon• Cauliflower Buffalo Wings• Jackfruit Pulled Pork and Barbecue Sauce• Turkey Roll with Stuffing.

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  • Paperback
  • 184 pages
  • Plant-Based Meats
  • Robin Asbell
  • 05 December 2016
  • 9781682682210

10 thoughts on “Plant-Based Meats

  1. Sarah says:

    Typically I'm not a fan of meat substitutes I became vegan for the really obvious health environmental and ethical reasons so in general I find animal meat extremely gross and replicating it's texture and taste isn't something I actually want to do But I found myself marking uite a few of these pages because I think they'd be great to share with family who still eat every animal product under the sun I feel like these recipes are a great transition for those that do want to replicate the taste and texture but for obvious reasons don't actually want to ingest the disgusting animal products Some do call for what to some people might be hard to findunknown ingredients I'm looking at you vital wheat gluten but there are some recipes that don't call for that like the cauliflower buffalo wings I think anything that gets people to eat less animal products is great so this cookbook could be a really pivotal direction for someone It just isn't uite my cup of tea but I like knowing it's out there for someone and maybe some of these will tempt my family

  2. Malorie says:

    Unfortunately this book is just not for me I cannot eat gluten due to autoimmune disease and there were about 6 recipes in the whole book that don’t involved vital wheat gluten I am sure this will be a lovely addition to a cookbook library where this is not a concern I also noticed that the “Main Course” section were several recipes that I was not very interested in I will probably scan a couple of the meat recipes that don’t involve gluten and happily return this to the library ASAP

  3. Sherry says:

    The chicken seitan recipe was the best tasting seitan I’ve ever had I was less impressed with the king trumpet mushroom bacon which uses coconut and didn’t have an appealing taste or texture— but that might also have been due to me not cutting the slices thin enough and not frying them crisp At any rate the set an recipe was so good that I plan to make it again and to try the other faux meat flavors

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