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Aquafaba by Zsu Dever
The bean liquid we used to throw away turns out to be one of the most astonishing culinary discoveries of the decade. With its amazing egg-replacement abilities, miraculous "aquafaba" can be used as an egg-replacer to make everything from French toast to lemon meringue pie. Aquafaba can be used as a binder in both sweet and savory recipes and is a boon to vegans, people with egg allergies, as well as anyone interested in innovative cooking with a magical new ingredient. Aquafaba includes the story of how the bean liquid properties were discovered, how to use it, and how to make fabulous recipes, including: waffles crepes quiche burgers macarons marshmallows Aquafaba can even be used to make dairy-free cheese, ice cream, butter, and so much more. The book also includes a chapter filled with recipes that use the chickpeas and beans that remain after using their liquid to make aquafaba. The latest title by San-Diego-based author Zsu Dever (author of Vegan Bowls and Everday Vegan Eats), Aquafaba features Zsu's signature photography, her easy-to-follow instructions, and metric conversion charts.
Aquafaba by Sébastien Kardinal
The authors give all the secrets of aquafaba; how to make your own at home with just chickpeas and water and then how to use it in a dazzling array of recipes.
Baking Magic With Aquafaba by Kelsey Kinser
Delicious egg-free baked goods using aquafaba Move over tofu, there’s a miraculous new egg replacement in town! With baking properties so amazing it can create fluffy quiche and light meringue, aquafaba is the breakthrough ingredient that will revolutionize your vegan baking. Baking Magic with Aquafaba offers up recipes for creamy sweet treats and rich savory dishes, such as: • Key Lime Mousse • Chocolate Pirouette Cookies • Lemon Meringue Pie • Birthday Cake Waffles • Pistachio Macarons • Sponge Cake • Rocky Road Ice Cream • Cranberry Orange Scones • Pesto Flatbread • Baked “Mozzarella” Sticks • Hollandaise Sauce • Garlic Aioli This cruelty-free ingredient is as versatile as it is tasty. It can be whipped into cakes, pie fillings, delicious icings and used as a fat substitute for butters, aiolis and cheeses, without sacrificing texture or flavor.
Aquafabulous by Rebecca Coleman
Aquafaba literally means bean water -- the water that's drained off neutral-colored beans like chickpeas, white beans and cannellini beans. Vegans have had limited choices when it came to baked goods. The existing substitutes did not have the chemical properties of eggs which made them integral for binding and leavening. But now there is the perfect substitute and it's aquafaba. And it's blown open the world of vegan baking. This collection of recipes, however, is not only for vegans. It is great for anyone who has an allergy to dairy and eggs. It's proof that you can go egg-free and still enjoy delicious recipes. You will never miss eggs again. The general rule of thumb is 3 tbsp of aquafaba equals one egg. The protein in aquafaba, when mixed with some sugar and a pinch of cream of tartar, perfectly simulates egg whites. Neutral in taste, you don't have to worry about your dishes tasting beany. All your breakfast and brunch favorites are here from omelettes, French Toast and pancakes to scones and crepes. You'll enjoy satisfying and sumptuous Vegan Shepherds Pie, Vegan Mac and Cheese and Manicotti for lunch or dinner. And you can once again enjoy Alfredo Sauce over your pasta. And the meringue desserts are not to be missed -- Fruit Pavlova and Sweet Potato Pie to Lemon Meringue Pie. Chocolate Chip Cookies, S'mores Bars, Snickerdoodles and Chocolate Ice Cream are perfect for those children's birthday parties where allergies are now a prevailing concern. Now you no longer have to live without the culinary wonders that eggs and egg whites produce. All you need to do is open up a can of chickpeas, drain the water and you're ready to go.
Aquafaba by Katya Johansson
The name "Aquafaba:: was coined by American founder, Goose Wohlt. Wohlt, a vegan baker, discovered that chickpea liquid alone can be used as an egg substitute to make vegan meringues that are identical in taste and texture to traditional egg-white meringues. Aquafaba literally means "bean water" - the water that beans are soaked and boiled in. Aquafaba is found in cans of chickpeas, but can easily be made by soaking and boiling dried chickpeas, and collecting the bean water. REPLACING EGGS IN RECIPES HAS NEVER BEEN THIS EASY! You only need three tablespoons of Aquafaba to replace one egg in most recipes. It works best in recipes where eggs are used as binders, such as cookies, brownies and cakes, such as cheesecake. For optimal results, Aquafaba should not be used to replace more than three eggs in a recipe. With Aquafaba (Bean Water) You Can Learn To Make Wonderful, Egg Free Recipes, Such As: Egg-Free Mayonnaise Soy-Free Vegan Cheese Breakfast Burritos Middle Eastern Hummus Seitan Piccata Aquafaba Butter Aquafaba Omelette Aquafaba French Toast Lemon Meringue Pie Pancakes With Aquafaba and MANY more! If you are into egg free baking and have been looking for a real way to replace eggs in your favorite recipes, then this egg free cookbook is EXACTLY what you need. Click the orange button to Buy Now!
Food Wastes And By Products by Rocio Campos-Vega
A complete guide to the evolving methods by which we may recover by-products and significantly reduce food waste Across the globe, one third of cereals and almost half of all fruits and vegetables go to waste. The cost of such waste – both to economies and to the environment – is a serious and increasing concern within the food industry. If we are to overcome this crisis and move towards a sustainable future, we must do everything possible to utilize innovative new methods of extracting and processing valuable by-products of all kinds. Food Wastes and By-products represents a complete primer to this important and complex process. Edited and written by leading researchers, the text provides essential information on the supply of waste and its composition, identifies foods rich in valuable bioactive compounds, and explores revolutionary methods for creating by-products from fruit, vegetable, and seed waste. Other chapters discuss the nutraceutical properties of value-added by-products and their uses in the manufacturing of dietary fibers, food flavors, supplements, pectin, and more. This book: Explains how reconstituted by-products can best be used to radically reduce food waste Discusses the potential nutraceutical assets of recovered food waste Covers a broad range of by-product sources, such as mangos, cacao, flaxseed, and spent coffee grounds Describes novel extraction processes and the emerging use of nanotechnology A significant contribution to the field, Food Wastes and By-products is a timely and essential resource for food industry professionals, government agencies and NGOs involved in nutrition, agriculture, and food production, and university instructors and students in related areas.
Vegan For Everybody by America's Test Kitchen (Firm)
Veganism is going mainstream. The benefits of consuming fewer animal products appear frequently in the news, and public figures and celebrities have openly embraced the tenets of a vegan diet, bringing it further into the food consciences of baby boomers, millennials, and postmillennials alike. Whether exploring a vegan diet for health, environmental, or political reasons, more and more people are looking to get hearty, plant-based meals onto their table. But eating vegan can seem overwhelming- Will it be flavorful? Satisfying? Easy to make? And it's easy to rely on processed foods. America's Test Kitchen addresses head-on what intimidates people- finding great-tasting and filling vegan protein options, cooking without dairy, preparing different whole grains and vegetables, and even baking. With more than 200 vibrant, foolproof recipes including proper day-starters, "cheesy" pizza you'll actually want to eat, filling vegetable-and-grain bowls, new dinner favorites, appetizers, DIY staples, and the ultimate birthday cake, this cookbook has something satisfying for everyone--the committed vegan or simply those looking to freshen up their cooking.
Eat Dairy Free by Alisa Fleming
What’s the one thing that plant-based, paleo, and several whole food diets all agree on? Eating dairy free! For millions of people, this one simple change—cutting out milk and other dairy products—has resolved most, if not all, of their adverse health symptoms and helps to reduce the risk of many common medical concerns, including allergies, skin conditions, and even cancer. And it’s easier than you might think. Eat Dairy Free is the cookbook you’ve been craving to enjoy a dairy-free diet without special substitutes. Alisa Fleming, author of the bestselling dairy-free guide and cookbook Go Dairy Free, shares more than 100 recipes for satisfying yet nutritious dairy-free breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and healthier desserts that use regular ingredients. Completely free of milk-based ingredients, including casein, whey, and lactose, these recipes are safe for those with milk allergies and other dairy-related health issues. And for those with further special diet needs, every recipe has fully tested gluten-free and egg-free options, and most have soy- and nut-free preparations, too. Inside, discover delectable dishes such as: Mushroom-Pesto Pizza Shake & Bake Buttermylk Chicken Peanut Power Protein Bars Chocolate Banana Split Muffins Southwestern Sunrise Tacos Mylk Chocolate Cupcakes Cheesy Twice-Baked Potatoes Strawberry Cheeseshakes Live well and eat dairy free!
The Vegan Abcs Cookbook by Lisa Dawn Angerame
This cookbook is perfect for people new to vegan cooking. From meaty jackfruit and cheesy nutritional yeast to egg-like flax seeds and aquafaba, there are so many ingredients that can be intimidating to those new to the plant-based lifestyle. But there’s nothing to fear with Lisa Dawn Angerame, author of Wait, That’s Vegan?! guiding you. She breaks down all of the most important—and delicious—vegan ingredients from A to Z in tasty recipes perfect for home cooks. Recreate old favorites like Overloaded Nachos and Tempeh Bolognese with plant-based ingredients. Serve up BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Sliders and vegan Mac ‘N’ Cheese at your next cookout. And who could resist fresh baked Stick Cinnamon-Date Buns? No matter what you’re craving there’s a nutritious vegan meal for you.