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The Eat-Clean Diet® Vegetarian Cookbook [Kindle Edition]

Tosca Reno
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With The Eat-Clean Diet® Vegetarian Cookbook, New York Times best-selling author and health and fitness authority Tosca Reno shows us that it is possible to make meatless meals that are fresh, flavorful and most of all – Clean!

Whether you follow a strict plant-based diet or you’ve just started participating in the “Meatless Mondays” movement, this collection has got you covered with:
-150 brand-new, delicious and doable recipes that will keep you looking and feeling your best
-Protein-rich meatless meals for all tastes and occasions – including family-friendly classics, globally inspired delights and irresistible desserts
-Helpful icons to make it easy to get the exact recipe you want – gluten free, vegan, kid friendly and more
-Plenty of tips, techniques and advice for everyone from seasoned vegetarians to those who are new to the lifestyle

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 14135 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 288 Seiten
  • Verlag: Robert Kennedy Publishing (17. April 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B007ZDH2C4
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Fische sind auch Tiere! 26. September 2012
Von Catta
Format:Taschenbuch
Eigentlich habe ich an diesem Buch nichts auszusetzen, die Rezepte sind gut erklärt, die Speisen fotografisch gut in Szene gesetzt und was wohl am wichtigsten ist: das Essen schmeckt.
Sehr enttäuscht hat mich aber, dass es in diesem Buch noch ein Kapitel für Fischgerichte gibt. Der Klappentext lautet: "This book is a must for Eat-Clean Diet followers, vegetarians and vegans, or anyone who wants to lose weight, save money, help the planet or just spice things up a bit!" Ich wage anzuzweifeln, dass für Vegetarier und Veganer ein Kochbuch mit Fischrezepten ein 'Muss' darstellt. Für mich sind Fische jedenfalls ebenso Lebewesen wie Schweine oder Katzen.
Dieser Artikel ist kein vegetarisches Kochbuch.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Könnte besser bebildert sein 1. April 2013
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Eigentlich mag ich die Bücher von Tosca Reno ja sehr- auch dieses kommt mit vielen, leckeren Rezepten daher- nur ist diesmal leider nicht für jedes Rezept ein Foto vorhanden, was ich sehr schade finde.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Some pros...and quite a few cons 1. April 2012
Von betweenthepages - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
First of all let me say I'm a big fan of the "clean eating" philosophy. I think it's an important message: to get back to the roots of REAL, whole foods, not the processed junk that makes up 60% of the modern American diet. However, "clean eating" is somewhat more difficult for vegetarians like myself since many Clean recipes seem to rely on meat/fish products. Needless to say I was overjoyed when I found out about this cookbook and I pre-ordered it without hesitation.
When it arrived in the mail I was at first very excited as I flipped through for a preliminary scan. The dishes looked exotic, flavorful, and not too complicated to prepare. However it didn't take long to scope out some MAJOR downsides to this cookbook.
First of all, it is NOT strictly vegetarian--it includes a chapter on seafood. Seeing as this is a total waste to ovo-lacto vegetarians (the most "mainstream" kind of vegetarian in terms of connotation) I feel this cookbook shouldn't have been titled the way it was, but rather perhaps "The Eat Clean Pescetarian Cookbook," seeing as that's what it actually is...oh well.
When I tried to prepare a recipe for the first time, what seemed simple and straightforward at first turned out to be anything but. Even a "safe" looking recipe, when in the supermarket, proved impossible--I couldn't find the ingredients ANYWHERE! And I don't shop at a corner store, either. For example, one recipe alone called for whole cumin seeds, cherry peppers, and black quinoa; I couldn't find any of them at the 3 supermarkets I visited (one of them even being an organic health-food store). HUGE drawback.
This seems to be the way a lot of these recipes turn out, in fact. While seemingly simple, they're actually quite "high-maintenance", and I won't be able to use this cookbook as often as I'd like for my money's worth.
Overall this cookbook has some very valuable recipes, and interesting ideas, that I'm still excited to try; I just wish it had come with more description or even a disclaimer that this diet is NOT easy to follow even if you are committed and willing to spend extra money on ingredients, and extra time in preparation (such as pre-making specialized ingredients, like yogurt cheese, the night before). I'm more than a little disappointed with this one.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Another great eat-clean cookbook, with a few drawbacks 28. März 2012
Von Leanne - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
I pre-ordered this cookbook a few months ago, as soon as I heard it was coming out. I have four of Tosca Reno's previous eat-clean books, and have enjoyed them all. About five or six years ago, I used Reno's original version of the The Eat-Clean Diet Recharged: Lasting Fat Loss That's Better than Ever! to shed about sixteen pounds, moving from a size 6 to a size 0/2. Ever since I started using the principles of clean eating, I've been able to keep the weight loss off, and feel like, at the age of 40, I'm in the best shape of my life.

As much as I love Reno's other books, however, I mostly eat a vegetarian diet, so I've found that I can only use a portion of the recipes contained in Reno's previous books, which is why I was so thrilled to order this one. From looking through it, it looks like another nice addition to my library of other books, with a few drawbacks.

Since the clean eating movement emphasizes non-processed foods, all of the recipes call for fresh, natural ingredients. Whole grains are included, and the focus is on using healthy ingredients that nourish your body.

The book contains 150 brand-new recipes, and is divided into the following chapters:

--Chapter 1 A Healthy Start -- focused on breakfast
--Chapter 2 Snack Break
--Chapter 3 Simple Salads
--Chapter 4 Savory Soups and One Pot Meals
--Chapter 5 The Main Course
--Chapter 6 From the Sea -- seafood chapter
--Chapter 7 Vivacious Vegetables and Sides
--Chapter 8 Fast Foods
--Chapter 9 Sweet Treats
--Chapter 10 Vegetarian Holiday Feast
--Supportive Recipes -- for yogurt cheese, wheat pizza dough, etc. that are used in other recipes.

Vegans should be aware that these are *not* all vegan recipes. Most of the breakfast recipes call for eggs and there is a whole chapter on seafood, but there are definitely a lot of vegan options throughout the book that look really tasty. Additionally, Reno also gives suggestions on ways to "veganize" (my term) many of the recipes. I was also hoping that there would be no seafood recipes at all so that the focus was more on lacto-ovo vegetarians, so I was a bit disappointed with that aspect of the book.

This newest cookbook is also larger in size and has a nice, flexible spine, which will make it easy to spread out under a cookbook holder while using it. Almost each recipe is accompanied by a photo, which I also love in cookbooks.

The reason for the four stars I gave this (instead of five) is because of the seafood chapter and because a few of the recipes do call for slightly unusual ingredients that I'm not sure if I'll be able to find without going to a specialty store. Most of the ingredients seem to be ones that I can find at my major grocery store, but I was hoping for more "mainstream" ingredients. Also, quite a few of the recipes call for using Reno's yogurt cheese recipe, which needs to be made ahead of time by letting yogurt drip through several layers of cheese cloth. I wish I had the time and inclination to make this, but, since I don't, I'll have to look for another substitute.

I will update my review as I use this book, but, for now, I'm pleased with it overall. It's got plenty of fresh ideas, and has really motivated me to get into the kitchen to try some new recipes out!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I love this... vegetarian / pescetarian debate aside 16. August 2012
Von It's Just Me - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
I have to say, I have really nothing bad to say about this book. It's got a wide variety of recipes, they are very well organized, the photos are beautiful, the ingredients are real, and the food is delicious. The recipes are not that tough to make for someone who has average cooking abilities.

First of all, Tosca makes it a point to tell her readers that she is not a vegetarian. For someone who is not a vegetarian, she (or her research team...) has done a fantastic job of learning about vegetarianism / veganism. She has looked into clean sources of veggie protein, and she even includes a section on how to get vital nutrients and vitamins in which a veg-head might be deficient (B12, D, you get the idea).

While there might be some recipes that have hard-to-source ingredients, I found that most of the recipes have very basic ingredients, most of which I already have in my vegelicious kitchen. For example, the brown rice breakfast require brown rice, soy milk, and clean sweetener. While you may not have every single ingredient right there waiting for you in your cupboard, I suppose that's to be expected. And, as others mentioned, if something is too hard to source, it's usually not too hard to sub something.

One feature I really liked about the book was the little coding system that tells you specifics about the food. The legend explains the various symbols to mean the following: vegan, lacto-ovo, ovo, lacto, pescetarian, gluten-free, kid-friendly, quick and easy, ovo optional, vegan optional, and gluten-free optional. I found it super-easy and convenient to use these as I quickly skimmed through the recipes.

And now... the moment you've all been waiting for! The dreaded pescetarian aspect!! OK, here's the thing... in my honest opinion, it would be a dang shame to avoid this book because there is a fish chapter. There are over 100 recipes in this book. Ten of them include seafood. If this book were renamed as a pescetarian cookbook, I'd be more ticked off as a pescetarian finding only ten fish recipes in the whole book. I suggest ripping out the pages and burning them if they are offensive to you. I know... and you know... vegetarians don't eat fish. However, as another reviewer mentioned, in some cultures, fish-eaters are considered vegetarians. I know! Wacky, right?! My family in Europe says they are vegetarian; they eat fish. Wack-a-doodle-doo! Those fishies are totally not sea-vegetables!! But that's how it goes.

I bought the book for the Barley Berry Crunch; the Butternut squash, portobello mushroom, carmelized onion, and hazlenut pizza; the tofu gyros with tzatziki. So many, many delicious recipes to eat, and they're all clean and healthful!

I highly recommend this book for vegans, vegetarians, pescetarians, and for meat-lovers who just want to have some meat-free meals. Just the pictures alone are worth it; they're total food porn. :0)

As an edit: I would highly recommend the print version of this book. Don't get me wrong... the Kindle version is very well laid out, has nice quality images, and looks great as well, but the print version is just beautiful. The images look far better, the pages are glossy, the cover and spine are excellent quality. It makes a great coffee table book, too, just because it's so prettttty!!
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Eat-Clean's Version of Vegetarianism 11. Dezember 2012
Von Jennifer_80 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I waited a long time to write a review of this book because, truthfully, I wanted to cook through the entire book and I cook for a divided household (vegan and non-vegan). Recipes that contained eggs and dairy went onto his plate and not mine. The recipes that contained fish, I subbed with tofu or beans for me, where applicable. But while doing this I kept thinking, "Why must I do this?" Can't I just cook vegan food that my husband will sometimes eat that is healthy and I don't have to remove any ingredient for me to eat it? There are a few vegan staple recipes here such as the chickpea "tuna" salad and tofu "egg" salad but you can find those recipes elsewhere . . . in vegan cookbooks. The author does not provide suitable vegan sub recommendations for some recipes and it's a shame because they look delicious. A good place to look for this information would be The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions by Steen and Newman.

The problem is that the author does not understand enough about plant-based nutrition to provide advice and a lot of it is cushioned in the suggestion that you have to do it just right. The issue of food combining on page 145 is a good example. If one needs good plant-based nutrition advice, they can go to Vegan for Life by Norris and Messina (both RD's). Reno does vegetarianism (and her book for that matter) a disservice when she relays second-hand stories of how vegetarianism can be dangerously unhealthy (p. 91). And the standard American diet cannot be?

I have been a regular Tosca Reno follower for many years now until I became vegan. Then I realized that a lot of her vegetarian recipes contain cheese, yogurt, eggs and other forms of dairy. These ingredients contain a very high amount of dietary cholesterol and saturated fat. And a distinction is not made in this book about the difference between animal fats and plant fats because she continues to use animal fats in the recipes in this book.

Another problem with the recipes is that, although I love to experiment with new ingredients, in this context it comes across that veganism is expensive. I mean, where can one find Lebanese couscous or Z'atar spice blend without spending a bit to get it? And unless you make that recipe repeatedly, it will sit there in your pantry reminding you about the time you made that recipe. Some of the recipes are a little off in their measurements and I had to modify them the second time around (I am looking at you Dark and Addictive Bran Muffins on p. 28).

This is a book suitable for people who follow Tosca Reno's books and magazines and are leaning into veganism. But please ignore the warnings that to give up animal products will make you unhealthy. Some of the vegan recipes in this book are just fine and are truly clean and healthy eating but she doesn't have to drag them down with the underlying message that they are somehow inadequate. And including seafood in a vegetarian cookbook is pretty silly. Most people are aware that seafood is meat. Eating just plants is a very healthy and extremely enjoyable way to live.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen vegetarians don't eat fish Tosca 5. April 2012
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
First of all I like Tosca and I love her column in oxygen magazine, so when I saw that she was coming out with a eat clean vegetarian cookbook I got super excited... Finally a book where I didn't have to make to many substitutions other then the eggs and dairy because I'm vegan... Well I receive my book in the mail today and open it up to a random page and it's on the "Under the Sea" chapter.. Cool I think, sea vegetables... Wrong!!!! A whole chapter on seafood... Really Tosca I'm disappointed... Vegetarians don't eat fish and we don't like pescatarians calling themselves vegetarians because it confuses people into thinking that eating fish is something us veggies do... I don't have a problem with most of the recipes in this book as they look yummy and healthy but I do have a problem with the vegetarian title on the cover of the book.. It's very misleading and I'm quite disappointed.. Next time leave the veggie title off unless it is a true vegetarian cookbook :)
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