The Sexy Vegan Cookbook

Extraordinary Food From An Ordinary Dude
Patton, Brian L. (Book - 2012 )
Average Rating: 2.5 stars out of 5.
The Sexy Vegan Cookbook

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Oprah makes meatless Mondays mainstream, Michael Pollan makes conscious eating righteous, and Alicia Siverstone makes veganism pretty. Now, Brian Patton makes all of the above real. "I was unemployed and half asleep on my parents' couch, watching a local access cooking show. 'I can do that,' I thought." And so Patton did, going from cooking for his folks to professional kitchens in Hollywood. Along the way he tried veganism and found he could lose weight and feel great. But what to do about his love for onion rings, ice cream, and "the most important meal of the day": cocktails? The answers are all here, from The Blood Bath cocktail and Kajillion Island Dressing to Hangover Hash, Blam Chowder, Sailor Peanut Rum Ice Cream, and "snackage" like Buffalo Wangs and Gargantuan Guac. On every page, Patton proves that seriously good - and good for you - food needn't be too serious.
Authors: Patton, Brian L., 1978-
Title: The sexy vegan cookbook
extraordinary food from an ordinary dude
Publisher: Novato, Calif. : New World Library, c2012
Notes: Includes index
Local Note: PromptCat
ISBN: 1608680452
Branch Call Number: Non-F 641.563 Pat
Statement of Responsibility: Brian L. Patton
Subject Headings: Vegan cooking
Genre/Form: Cookbooks
Topical Term: Vegan cooking
LCCN: 2011048788
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If you are new to veganism, or just want to make something delicious and familiar for vegans you know (heck, anyone you know!), this is a great cookbook to work with. The Crabby Cakes are amazing, and the plant-based meats are inventive and delicious, too. In a fun (and yes, sometimes crude) tone, this book is easy to follow. Great for men! Lots of sandwiches, hearty meals, and snack-food appetizers. Some of the recipes are lengthy, but they are all worth it!

Crude language / good food ideas

Jul 15, 2012
  • HereHere rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

Vulgar language may offend some. No pictures, but some of the recipes are good, such as the minestrone. Interesting recipes for ice cream (soft-tofu base) if you have your own ice-cream maker.

Apr 01, 2012
  • R_2 rated this: 0.5 stars out of 5.

Silly. Lots of meat recipes, without the meat. Maybe this would be worthwhile for a carnivore wondering how the heck to be a vegan, but it was pretty much useless for this experienced vegan.


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