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Vegan Cooking For One [Paperback]

Leah Leneman
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June 5 2000
Often vegans, although they may be part of a large family, have to cook separate meals – this cookbook offers over 200 diverse and seasonal recipes to tempt the tastebuds. The book is split into weeks – and has essential shopping lists for all the ingredients you will need for that week and then delicious recipes to follow. There is also a Spring and Summer collection and an Autumn and Winter collection so that the availability and freshness of ingredients is assured. The recipes are both savoury and sweet, main meals and light snacks and have influences and flavours from around the world.

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It is easy to get stuck in a cooking rut if you are preparing food just for yourself. If you live alone or are the only vegan in the family, help is at hand from top cookery writer Leah Leneman. In tune with the seasons, whether it is a cold winter's night or a hot summer's day, the recipes will always suit your needs. Leneman has also gone global, bringing in influences and seasonings from around the world o make this a diverse and delicious collection. With weekly shopping lists to help you plan ahead and simple recipes, Leneman takes the hard work out of cooking. Recognizing that vegans often have to cook for one, all recipe measurements are for a single portion but can easily be extended. Leah Leneman is a renowned vegan cookery writer and her books include Easy Vegan Cooking and The Tofu Cookbook, also published by Thorson's. Vegan Cooking for One is a new edition of The Single Vegan with over 70 new recipes.

About the Author

Leah Leneman is a popular writer on the subject of vegan food who consistently brings style and variety to vegan cookery. Her books include ‘Vegan Cooking for One’, ‘The Tofu Cookbook’ and ‘Easy Vegan Cooking’. She lives in Edinburgh.


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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the Single Vegan! Jan. 21 2004
Format:Paperback
This wonderful cookbook is perfect for the single vegan. For each week, the book contains a shopping list of all ingredients needed for that week's recipes. No running to the supermarket to pick up additional food and no waste! I really like no longer having to divide the ingredients in recipes by four or six -- these recipes are made for one person. The shopping list is a great idea -- I appreciate not being left at the end of the week with 1/2 can of beans, for example.
I have cooked every single recipe in the book, with the exception of some of the desserts. The recipes are varied, both in type of food and in ingredients used. I have rarely come across a cookbook with as high a proportion of the recipes ones I would definitely cook again. As with any cookbook, there are a few nits:
(1) For a very few weeks, ingredients are missing on the shopping list. (Usually, it's only a carrot or an extra onion.)
(2) Only one recipe did not seem to work at all -- the dumpling recipe. This may be due more to my technique than the recipe.
(3) There are very few ingredients that can't be found in a typical supermarket -- I have been able to find everything at my local natural foods grocer.
This book has become the backbone of my food plan. I look forward to coming home to varied, easy-to-prepare meals -- often with enough left over for breakfast!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Should be called "Vegan Cooking for TWO" July 6 2003
Format:Paperback
Great Vegan resource. Compared to many other cookbook, this one uses a very efficient system: gives a shopping list that will cover your cooking needs (recipes listed) for that whole week, and also customizes the shopping lists for specific seasons (Spring/Summer or Autumn/Winter).
Some things to keep in mind before buying the book:
a) Make sure you have/buy most if not all the Staples listed at the beginning of the book
b) There are some ingredients listed that may not be available in your regular grocery stores (and you will have to look for them in a health food store)
c) The recipes DO NOT call for a ton of oil/vegan-margarine (one tablespoon is the most I have seen).
d) Some recipes are super-yummy, others would work a little better with different spices, and others I would not make again.
SIDE NOTE: Since the Vegan diet contain No animal-based fats (and thus Zero cholesterol) it is important to keep in mind and consume cold-pressed essential oils (Essential Fatty Acids like omega-3 and omega-6 from flax, olives, sesame, etc.) on a regular and moderate basis.
Nevertheless, by following a daily diet using this book one will get sufficient essential nutrients, a variety of seasonal legumes and grains, and many times larger dishes than they can finish.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a good place to start... July 10 2002
Format:Paperback
I have just recently deceided to go vegan and have found this a useful book. It is divided into 2 sections, spring/summer and winter/fall. Each section contains a nine week rotation divided by weeks and each week starts with a grocery list. The recipes aren't too flashy, but they are easy to cook and not to scary for the newbie vegan.
The only caution I would give people is that she uses ALOT of oil to cook, as much as 4 or 5 tablespoons in some dishes, so unless you still want to ingest the fat equivalent of roughly 2 big macs you'll want to substitute with veggie broth or a spray.
If your a busy, single, vegan person I think you will find this book very helpful.
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