East Meets Vegan



East Meets Vegan A vibrant tour of Asia in 90 vegan recipes When Sasha Gill went vegan, she wasn t about to leave her family s home cooked favorites behind Pad thai without fish sauce Curry without ghee In East Meets Vegan, Sasha proves that Asian cooking can be plant based as well as easy, affordable, and delicious Here are Veganized favorites Spring rolls, red bean pancakes, shiitake ramen, mango lassisCan t believe it s vegan twists Tandoori cauliflower wings, pineapple fried rice, jackfruit biryani, butter chicken, a sushi feast to feed a crowdMix and match pairings Combine leftovers for your own take on Asian fusion.Bursting withthan 100 sumptuous photographs, this is your passport to a culinary adventure from the comfort of your kitchen. Free Read [ East Meets Vegan ] by [ Sasha Gill ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • East Meets Vegan
  • Sasha Gill
  • English
  • 19 August 2018
  • 1615195637

11 thoughts on “East Meets Vegan

  1. Faith says:

    The author of this book was born in Singapore and is now a med student at Oxford University She became a vegan and learned to reinvent cherished family recipes to maintain the flavors that she loved, while omitting the animal products The recipes were designed to be accessible, affordable and easy to whip up At the beginning of the book are sections on pantry items and equipment used The author is under the impression that ingredients like makrut lime leaves, lemongrass, jackfruit and palm The author of this book was born in Singapore and is now a med student at Oxford University She became a vegan and learned to reinvent cherished family recipes to maintain the flavors that she loved, while omitting the animal products The recipes were designed to be accessible, affordable and easy to whip up At the beginning of the book are sections on pantry items and equipment used The author is under the impression that ingredients like makrut lime leaves, lemongrass, jackfruit and palm sugar are available in local supermarkets Well, maybe in England, but I don t think I would have much luck finding them without a trip to an Asian market Also, you can find anything online The list of necessary spices didn t have anything that is not readily available to me The boo...

  2. PorshaJo says:

    Review to come

  3. S K says:

    I won this book through a Goodreads giveaway.This cookbook is not a basic vegan cookbook, as it has some exotic dishes with exotic ingredients, but I think it would be great forexperienced cooks or vegans who are looking for something beyond standard vegan fare There are very nice photos of the prepared dish for nearly every recipe in the book.I ve been a vegan for about a year, and as I am ready to branch out from bean dishes and frozen prepared vegan foods, I am very happy to have a I won this book through a Goodreads giveaway.This cookbook is not a basic vegan cookbook, as it has some exotic dishes with exotic ingredients, but I think it would be great forexperienced cooks or vegans who are looking for something beyond standard vegan fare There are very nice photos of the prepared dish for nearly every recipe in the book.I ve been a vega...

  4. Janine Ballard says:

    I almost never request cookbooks from Netgalley, but East Meets Vegan looked so enticing that I couldn t resist The author s heritage is Indian and Eurasian, and she grew up in Singapore, so I figured that but for the substitution of plant based foods for animal products and some other creative experimentation the recipes would be authentic as well as tasty And they do indeed look delicious.The cookbook falls into six different sections Basic Recipes and Techniques, India, Thailand, Singapo I almost never request cookbooks from Netgalley, but East Meets Vegan looked so enticing that I couldn t resist The author s heritage is Indian and Eurasian, and she grew up in Singapore, so I figured that but for the substitution of plant based foods for animal products and some other creative experimentation the recipes would be authentic as well as tasty And they do indeed look delicious.The cookbook falls into six different sections Basic Recipes and Techniques, India, Thailand, Singapore Malaysia, China and Japan In its pages are both familiar favorites Dal Makhani, Cucumber and Mint Raita, Tofu Pad Thai, Thai Green Curry, Satay, Sambal, Scallion Pancakes, Mapo Tofu, Baked Tempura and Shiitake Tonkotsu Ramen and new to me dishes Cauliflower Samosas, Fennel and Parsnip Tarka Dal, Thai Style Ocean Cakes, Sweetcorn Fritters, Malaysian R...

  5. Karen says:

    Oh my A whole book of Asian recipes that are all vegan Yes, please There are recipes from India, Thailand, Singapore Malaysia, China and Japan, making for a huge variety of foods to tempt the home cook The accompanying photos are very well done There are so many recipes here I want to try I ll definitely be adding a copy of this one to my permanent collection when it s published Thank you to The Experiment and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for my honest revi Oh my A whole book of Asian recipes that are all vegan Yes, please There are recipes from Indi...

  6. Kristi says:

    YUM I ll take one of everything

  7. Brianna says:

    Excellent cookbook I love how things are sorted by country of origin Every single recipe I ve tried from this book has been fantastic.

  8. Jen says:

    The first thing I loved right away was the index in the back I could search for any ingredient and find all the recipes that called for that ingredient That was so handy As for the recipes, I confess I didn t make them all, but what I did make was delicious and easy, don t be intimidated by ingredient lists, they re mostly spices The Vegan Butter Chicken was amazing and I didn t make my own seitan I recommend making the cucumber relish and putting it on EVERYTHING it s that amazing Li The first thing I loved right away was the index in the back I could search for any ingredient and find all the recipes that called for that ingredient That was so handy As for the recipes, I confess I didn t make them all, but what I did make was delicious and easy, don t be intimidated by ingredient lists, they re mostly spices The Vegan Butter Chicken was amazing and I didn t make my own seitan I recommend making the cucumber relish and putting it on EVERYTHING it s that amazing Like just eat it with a fork amazing The Kofta Curry was al...

  9. Sharon says:

    The Experiment and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of East Meets Vegan I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion is freely given.East Meets Vegan contains plant based recipes that focus on the Asian countries of India, Thailand, Singapore Malaysia, China, and Japan This celebration of Asian cuisine shows an alternative way of eating without sacrificing flavor The author starts the book with pantry essentials, those items like agave syrup and agar powder that The Experiment and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of East Meets Vegan I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion is freely given.East Meets Vegan contains plant based recipes that focus on the Asian countries of India, Thailand, Singapore Malaysia, China, and Japan This celebration of Asian cuisine shows an alternative way of eating without sacrificing flavor The author starts the book with pantry essentials, those items like agave syrup and agar powder that are fundamental in many vegan recipes The beginning of the book also includes sections like equipment lists, basic recipes, and techniques, key for those readers who are unfamiliar with either Asian or vegan cooking.India is the first section of cuisine, with such recipes as Tandoori Cauliflower Wings p 35 , with all of the flavors of the classic dish and Butter Bean Tikka Curry p 55 , as well as classic staples like different...

  10. Sascha says:

    In the week after New Year, I saw a statistic that a huge number of people had decided to become vegan in 2019 and that 2 3 were expected to stay vegan For most it was concern for the planet that was making them change their diet.The good thing is that if books like East Meets Vegan by Sasha Gill continued to be written and published, the transition to a vegan diet will be much easier.East Meets Vegan takes many loved Asian recipes and makes them vegan I think it s the fact that so many people In the week after New Year, I saw a statistic that a huge number of people had decided to become vegan in 2019 and that 2 3 were expected to stay vegan For most it was concern for the planet that was making them change their diet.The good thing is that if books like East Meets Vegan by Sasha Gill continued to be written and published, the transition to a vegan diet will be much easier.East Meets Vegan takes many loved Asian recipes and makes them vegan I think it s the fact that so many people think of the foods that they love and will be missing that makes it hard for them to stick to a vegetarian or vegan diet Gill takes that problem away.She substitutes tofu, jackfruit which I m still on...

  11. Kimberly says:

    Thank you netgalley for a review copy of this book All opinions are my own I was so excited when I stumbled upon this cookbook My husband and I have always enjoyed eating and preparing Asian meals In April of 2018, we started following a vegan plant based diet and have never regretted that decision It was definitely an adjustment at first and took a lot of research and prep along the way We relied heavily on social media and a few popular vegan cookbooks to help guide us on our new life Thank you netgalley for a review copy of this book All opinions are my own I was so excited when I stumbled upon this cookbook My husband and I have always enjoyed eating and preparing Asian meals In April of 2018, we started following a vegan plant based diet and have never regretted that decision It was definitely an adjustment at first and took a lot of research and prep along the way We relied heavily on social media and a few popular vegan cookbooks to help guide us on our new lifestyle East Meets Vegan is a wonderful resource that I will eagerly add to our collection and will recommend as a staple to any kitchen bookshelf The book is incredibly colorful and includes vivid pictures with easy to follow instructions It begins with a brief author intro as well a...

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