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Soy of Cooking: Easy-to-Make Vegetarian, Low-Fat, Fat-Free, and Antioxidant-Rich Gourmet Recipes ePub download

by Marie Oser

  • Author: Marie Oser
  • ISBN: 0471347051
  • ISBN13: 978-0471347057
  • ePub: 1908 kb | FB2: 1967 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Cooking Methods
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (May 20, 1996)
  • Pages: 320
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 896
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Soy of Cooking: Easy-to-Make Vegetarian, Low-Fat, Fat-Free, and Antioxidant-Rich Gourmet Recipes ePub download

Ms. Oser's creative use of tofu, tempeh, TVP, miso and soymilk satisfies even the most sophisticated palate. And her section on desserts proves that one needn't feel deprived when egg and dairy products are omitted from recipes. This point was originally illustrated in her first book, Luscious Low Fat Desserts. Ms. Oser was one of the first authors to successfully replace butter/margarine with tofu.

Oser is a gourmet cook and specializes in creating easy to execute, original vegan recipes with a solid . Soy of Cooking: Easy-to-Make Vegetarian, Low-Fat,Fat-Free and Antioxidant-Rich Gourmet Recipes May 06, 1996.

Oser is a gourmet cook and specializes in creating easy to execute, original vegan recipes with a solid nutritional bottom line and small environmental footprint. Vegetarian since 1971 and vegan since 1990, she left a career in television advertising to pursue her interest in food, health, nutrition and the environment.

Soy of Cooking is a gourmet guide to preparing savory meatless dishes that incorporate nutrient-rich soyfoods into . MARIE OSER is a freelance food writer contributing to gourmet vegetarian and environmental publications. She is also the author of Luscious Low-Fat Desserts.

Soy of Cooking is a gourmet guide to preparing savory meatless dishes that incorporate nutrient-rich soyfoods into your diet - high in antioxidants and phytochemicals. With a Foreword by Neal D. Barnard, . president of Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Washington . and an Introduction by Suzanne Havala, . author of Shopping for Health; A Nutritionist s Aisle-by-Aisle Guide to Smart, Low-Fat Choices at the Supermarket and Simple Lowfat & Vegetarian.

Soy of Cooking is a gourmet guide to preparing savory meatless dishes . In Soy of Cooking, Marie Oser shows the myriad of ways to make soy delicious and nutritious.

Soy of Cooking is a gourmet guide to preparing savory meatless dishes that incorporate nutrient-rich soyfoods into your diet - high in antioxidants and phytochemicals, as well as fiber and vitamins. With more than 170 enticing recipes, this innovative cookbook shows how to combine creative techniques and easy-to-find soyfoods to make healthy starters, main dishes, desserts, and more with tempting, artful presentations.

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With more than 170 enticing recipes, this innovative cookbook shows how to combine creative techniques and easy-to-find soyfoods to make healthy starters, main dishes, desserts, and more with tempting, artful presentations. All of the recipes have 5 grams of for or less and include complete nutrition analiysis. This collection of healthy and delectable soyfood creations includes: Spicy Roasted Pepper Dip, Raspberry Walnut Dressing, Pumpkin Ravioli, Saucy Pizza Abbondanza, and Frozen Fudge Cheesecake.

Soy of Cooking is a gourmet guide to preparing savory meatless dishes that incorporate .

Soy of Cooking is a gourmet guide to preparing savory meatless dishes that incorporate nutrient-rich soyfoods into your diet-high in antioxidants and phytochemicals, as well as fiber and vitamins. Soy of Cooking defines 30 new and traditional soyfoods, most of which can be found in supermarkets and health food stores around the country

For those who love to cook By Rachel Dawn I am quite fond of this book. The layout is easy to read.

For those who love to cook By Rachel Dawn I am quite fond of this book.

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Now, you can create elegant meals that are as healthy as they are delicious. Soy of Cooking is a gourmet guide to preparing savory meatless dishes that incorporate nutrient-rich soyfoods into your diet -- high in antioxidants and phytochemicals, as well as fiber and vitamins.With more than 170 enticing recipes, this innovative cookbook shows how to combine creative techniques and easy-to-find soyfoods to make healthy starters, main dishes, desserts, and more with tempting, artful presentations. All of the recipes have 5 grams of for or less and include complete nutrition analiysis. This collection of healthy and delectable soyfood creations includes: Spicy Roasted Pepper Dip, Raspberry Walnut Dressing, Pumpkin Ravioli, Saucy Pizza Abbondanza, and Frozen Fudge Cheesecake.Soy of Cooking defines 30 new and traditional soyfoods, most of which can be found in supermarkets and health food stores around the country. It also includes a guide to useful cooking techniques, tips on using spices,and soyfood exchange information."For those who think soy-based vegetarian cooking is less than gourmet, think again! Soy of Cooking is full of excellent recipes that taste superb and are made from ingredients that are readily available." --John Robbins, author of Diet for a New America and Reclaiming Our Health " Soy of Cooking will be a great help to health conscious consumers who love good food and want to find new ways to introduce soy products in their diets." --Mark Messina, Ph.D., and Virginia Messina, M.P.H., R.D., authors of The Simple Soybean and Your Health and The Vegetarian Way "The recipes are familiar enough to become instant successes in your home, yet sensational enough to be served in 5-star restaurants." --John McDougall, M.D., Director of the McDougall Program, St. Helena Hospital; and Mary McDougall, author of The New McDougall Cookbook "In Soy of Cooking, Marie Oser shows the myriad of ways to make soy delicious and nutritious." --Dean Ornish, M.D., author of Everyday Cooking with Dr. Dean Ornish
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Soy of Cooking, by Marie Oser Reviewed by Mimi Clark, "Veggie Gourmet"
Soy of Cooking, by Marie Oser, is for all intents and purposes, a textbook in my vegetarian cooking classes. In addition to the wide variety of delectable soy recipes, it is also an excellent reference book; a primer not JUST for the tofu-impaired, but also for health-conscious individuals who recognize the importance of incorporating soyfoods into their daily diet in an effort to protect against disease.
Ms. Oser's creative use of tofu, tempeh, TVP, miso and soymilk satisfies even the most sophisticated palate. And her section on desserts proves that one needn't feel deprived when egg and dairy products are omitted from recipes. This point was originally illustrated in her first book, Luscious Low Fat Desserts. Ms. Oser was one of the first authors to successfully replace butter/margarine with tofu. A perfect example of this concept is illustrated in "Marie's Incredible Chocolate Brownies," on page 233 of Soy of Cooking; my students' favorite!
Erthai
As a strict new Vegan, I found I was sacrificing flavor for health until I attended a cooking class of Marie Oser's, author of "The Soy of Cooking". I was so grateful to have stumbled upon a marvelous new world of Vegan feasting and promptly bought both of her books, which I now use to the exclusion of all my other cookbooks. There is no need to test any of her recipes before trying them on company - they are each perfection. Even my mainstream friends ask for my recipes and a friend who had never bought tofu came to my house to learn how to make Marie's exquisite pumpkin pie, so smitten was she by mine. Marie has bridged the gap between Vegan ingredients and elegant, rich, marvelously delicious creations.
Slowly writer
Wow! I just finished making six of Marie's recipes and they were easy to make and delicious. I even had some friends over who didn't know it was completely VEGAN. They couldn't believe how tasty everything was. I am a single person and find eating out a challenge. Marie's recipes are great for someone who is single like me, and my friends get to enjoy the leftovers. Congratulations to Marie Oser.
Modimeena
Marie Oser appeared on HGTV a long time ago and made her famous Chocolate Tofu Brownies and after I tried that recipe I knew I would be hooked. By using silken soy in pasta dishes and stir fry vegetables with actual SPICE, I was able to actually enjoy soy. I think that soy is a very intimidating ingredient for people since they really don't understand how completely versatile it is. This book has recipes that are so easy to follow and don't take very much time to prepare. She also has a glossary of soy terms and includes a lot of alternatives to things like sugar and butter which can or cannot be used, based on what the reader is looking for. Personally, I preferred the sucanat and prune spreads, etc. But this is a fantastic starting point for those cooks who have never cooked with soy. The only negative thing I have to say about this book was that she suggested Westsoy as the best flavored soy milk - I would have to insist that Edensoy is much better!
Coidor
The recipes contained in this excellent cookbook are creative, healthy, and delicious. I've found them to be the tastiest and the healthiest I've ever found. If you're a new vegetarian and trying to find food that won't leave you wishing to go back to meat, you must get this cookbook! If you are a meat eater, get this cookbook and try a few recipes--you'll wonder what point there would be to going back to meat.
Keep the delicious recipes coming, Marie!
Tegore
I bought this cookbook after about 6 months of being on a diet recommended by my naturopathic doctor. I was told to avoid meat, dairy and sugar. I had been doing o.k. with one of the Moosewood Restaurant books, but was looking for more variety. When I first started looking at the recipes in here, I was a little nervous, being "cooking-challenged". There were a number of ingredients I had never heard of! But there is a glossary in the front that explains what the ingredients are and where you can find them. Also a good techniques section, which helped me a lot in preparing tofu. And now having made several of the recipes and being amazed when they are finished (they actually look like something I'd get at a restaurant), I'm not so daunted anymore. They are really fairly easy to make and don't take as much time as you might think from reading the ingredient list. The desserts are great, and believe me, I was addicted to sugar! But these recipes use evaporated cane juice, which you can find at the health food store, and are very tasty! I especially like the chocolate chip cookies and the brownies! I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to make a change to a healthier diet!
Anararius
I was very excited when I saw this cookbook on Discovery's Home Matters. I'm trying to change my eating/food habits by making healthier choices. This book seemed like a wonderful way to introduce soy products into my diet and have fun. The recipes look great. My disappoint lies in the fact that all the recipes are for 4 or more servings with most being for 6 or 8 servings. As a single person I do not want to be eating the same meal for a solid week. Even if I half the recipes there will still be a great deal of waste. This really isn't a great way to introduce a healthier way of eating to the public. I would love to see Ms. Oser put out something along this idea using recipes for 1 or 2 servings.
Some very good recipes and easy to follow.
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