Alternative Vegan International Vegan Fare
Tofu, seitan, tempeh, tofu, seitan, tempeh…. it seems like so many vegans rely on these products as meat substitutes. Isn’t it time to break out of the mold? Taking a fresh, bold, and alternative approach to vegan cooking without the substitutes, Dino Sarma brings you over 100 fully vegan recipes, many of which draw from his South Asian roots. Sharing his jazz-style approach to cooking, Dino also discusses how you can improvise in your own cooking with simple ingredients and how you can stock your kitchen to prepare simple and delicious vegan meals quickly. Whether you love tofu, seitan, and tempeh or hate it, Alternative Vegan shows you how to let the favor shine through by cooking simply with fresh ingredients. One-pot meals, and big salads; basic Broccolo, demonic mushrooms and Asian roasted potatoes; international dishes such as Pakoras, Flautas, Bajji, and Kashmiri Biriyani; simple snacks and appetizers like hummus canapes and no-cheese pizzas; drinks and desserts using fresh fruits: pomegranate and wine slushy, poached pears in mulled wine, jackfruit granite….and a whole lot more!
Food as Medicine Everyday:
Reclaim Your Health with Whole Foods
“Food as medicine” is a powerful approach to health and healing, intimately woven into naturopathic medical education. Dr. Jackson and Dr. Briley remind us that poor dietary choices are a major element in the exploding issues of chronic disease. What nutrients does the body need for healthy functioning? What foods have these nutrients? When shopping for these foods and preparing them, what strategies are helpful? What is a balanced meal? There are invaluable sections on how to read food labels, on healthy snacks for kids and strategies for converting kids’ unhealthy eating patterns. Mealtime is tasty and uncomplicated with the wonderful recipes provided. Designed for families, the authors are family guides themselves, each with young children and busy professional lives. Food As Medicine Everyday: Reclaim Your Health With Whole Foods is thoroughly researched, beautifully written, and elegantly illustrated while serving up a winning combination of information and practical application for the busy modern family.
“Drs. Julie Briley and Courtney Jackson have filled an enormous gap in the field of medical nutrition. They offer for the first time a well documented, but easy-to-read, the pathway to healthy eating that can be trusted by everyone.” —Kent Thornburg, PhD, Director, Bob and Charlee Moore Institute of Nutrition and Wellness, Oregon Health & Science University
“Drs. Briley and Jackson make critically needed connections between food choices and the real-world dangers of illness that will provoke both thought and lifestyle changes. Their simple to follow and effective eating plan, including recipes, makes sense for anyone. Health seekers will treasure this delightful book because it offers a compelling avenue for improved vigor and vitality.” —Jessica Black, ND, Author of The Anti-Inflammation Diet and Recipe Book and The Freedom Diet.
“We have lost our way when it comes to the basic need of feeding ourselves and our families. We are inundated with conflicting advice about what we should and should not eat. Now, we have a source of solid information that helps us understand how to eat and its impact on our health. Read this book to learn how to bring real food back into your life in a delicious way.” —Chef Alphonso Rosas, CCP, The Organic Chef ™
“Food As Medicine every day complements the theory of inflammation which is the basic mechanism that triggers our most urgent health threats: heart attack and stroke. The best way to treat cardiovascular disease is to prevent it by taking ownership of our health through disciplined lifestyle choices. Thank you Dr. Jackson and Dr. Briley for providing elegant education and credible insight with helpful tools for making healthy choices.” —Tracy Stevens, MD , Cardiologist, Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute Medical Director of Muriel I. Kauffman Women’s Heart Center
“Food As Medicine every day is not a diet book, but a clearly written guide to improve well-being by making healthy lifestyle choices. This phenomenal tool provides strategies needed for a balanced approach to eating. Everyone should read this. The evidence is clear–food and nutrition significantly impact our health.” —Andrew Erlandsen, ND , Chair, Graduate Nutrition Program, NUNM