- Taschenbuch: 296 Seiten
- Verlag: Da Capo Lifelong Books; Auflage: Original (11. August 2009)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0738213578
- ISBN-13: 978-0738213576
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,9 x 1,7 x 22,9 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 27.517 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Vegan Lunch Box Around the World: 125 Easy, International Lunches Kids and Grown-Ups Will Love! (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 11. August 2009
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“Gives ideas for meat-, cheese-, and egg-free lunch entrees that will appeal to carnivores and vegans alike.”
“With quick and easy recipes, fruit and veggie ideas for even the pickiest eaters, and an allergen-free index, Vegan Lunch Box Around the World is essential for every family raising healthy kids—and for anyone who packs a lunch.”
Wa'sTacoma Tribune and Olympian, 9/9
“Jennifer McCann has traversed the globe for a second time to find inspiration for her plant-based meals. A clever concept…”
Baltimore’s Child magazine, 9/1
“Although aimed at parents, plenty of teens will love this book as a way to support their decision to go vegan—and there is no doubt that school lunches need all the help they can get!”
NJ’s The Record, 9/7
“Readers are whisked around the globe in search of the best lunch foods in the second installment of McCann’s ‘Vegan Lunch Box’ series.”
Omaha World Herald and Lexington Clipper-Herald, 9/2
“The book offers an eclectic variety of flavorful and generally quick-to-prepare lunch option for vegans.”
Tulsa World, 8/24
“Her creative cookbook features ways to shake up lunches with plenty of plant-based fuel.”
Louisville Courier IL, 10/7 and Northwest Herald, 10/17
“A clever spin.”
“Highly recommended for a constituency of medical providers, dieticians, homemakers, chefs and health buffs everywhere.”
VegNews magazine, December 2009 issue
“Jennifer McCann prevents lunchtime monotony…Known for her eye-catching bento-box presentations, McCann takes lunchtime on a world tour, hitting cultures from Central America, throughout Asia, and everywhere in between. Whatever your age, Vegan Lunch Box Around the World will transform your daily lunch into a mini-vacation.”
Living Without, January 2010
“McCann takes you on a delicious gustatory trip without leaving the neighborhood.”
“If you’ve ever wondered how to shake up your noontime meal, have a stroll through Vegan Lunch Box Around the World. It’s possible you’ll come away from it looking at many foods in an entirely new way.”
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Die Zutaten sind auch nicht sehr ausgefallen, sodass man das Buch wirklich gut auch im Alltag verwenden kann, ohne erst im Spezialiätenladen einkaufen gehen zu müssen. Ein paar Rezepte sind allerdings etwas aufwändiger, das liegt aber daran, dass vieles von Grund auf selbst gemacht wird (z.B. Gemüsebrühe oder Tomatensoße). Wenn man sich aber nicht so viel Arbeit machen will und dafür keine Zeit hat, kann man die Rezepte aber einfach entsprechend anpassen.
In diesem Buch habe ich auf jeden Fall schon ein paar Lieblingsrezepte gefunden, z.B. Jollof-Reis, Karibischer Krautsalat oder Kartoffelsalat mit Senfdressing. Es lohnt sich auf jeden Fall, wenn man mal was Neues ausprobieren will :-)
Zwar gibt's das nur auf englisch, aber wenn man sowas halt in Deutschland nicht findet muss man improvisieren x3
Ich bin jedenfalls mehr als begeistert von den vielen tollen Rezepten in diesem Buch :D
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McCann's book is useful in multiple ways. First, she provides several menu suggestions for various parts of the world including: United States, Canada. Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, India, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Japan. If you are unfamiliar with any of these locations, having the menu suggestions are invaluable. Also, the book has a picture gallery, showing multiple lunch box options and presentations of the menu. The pictures are so elegant; it really makes me want to have multiple lunchbox systems. The other way that the book is amazing is that it offers over 125 recipes. The recipes are very friendly to the family on the go. Many come together quickly and are made with items that can be found at the store (in a bigger city) or easily ordered online. With items that might be harder to find, McCann always gives options to order from the internet. This means that there might be some preplanning involved, but gives you something to look forward to in the mail. If you're pressed for time and looking for easy yet inventive vegan recipes, than just double or triple the recipes depending on the amount of people you have, and you have vegan dinner! Yay! Even McCann's most exotic recipes have ingredients that are commonly found. The Moroccan Tagine is a great example. It's elegant and exotic, yet, every ingredient can be found in a common supermarket.
I can't recommend this book enough. McCann strikes again, but this time with more exotic recipes, better allergen information, and more lunch boxes. Whether you're cooking for someone who is 4, or you're 94 and packing your own lunches, don't take more time reading this review! Grab a copy of this excellent book and start making vegan lunches!
from the storage phase to packaging and preparation.
Here are some samples of classic recipes:
o omega 3 protein bars
o mango noodles from Thailand
o caramel dip with vegan cream cheese
o Bahama Mama's beans and rice
o California roll-gluten free
o Patatas Bravas from Spain
o Balsamic strawberries
o lemon-lime sparkle and a host of other fine preparations
There is an exhaustive list of recommended resources and
websites at the end of the book. The volume comes highly
Dr. Joseph S. Maresca
This book is filled with great menus and recipes for very healthy lunches, and I would say that most of the meals can be modified to a diet that is not vegetarian or vegan. But whether you want to go entirely vegan or not, you will find lots of healthy ideas in this book.
In all honesty, I use it more for inspiration and suggestions than for the actual menus. When I'm at a loss for ideas on what to pack for lunch this week, I'll flip through the menus and recipes and look for something that I can easily manage with the ingredients I have on hand or with only a couple of items added to my weekly grocery list. I always find something new and fun to try.
And best of all, my son got very excited when I got this book. He went straight to the pictures, pointed to every single one he saw, and asked me to make them all for him. They vary from pizza to sushi, and quite honestly, I'm not always up to the task. But there are plenty of quick and easy suggestions for busy mornings that can be tossed into the lunch box in a snap.
Overall, it's a great addition to my healthy lunch collection and I would recommend it to anyone.
The cookbook is broken down into two parts. Part one contains menus from around the world including United States, Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, The Caribbean, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, The Middle East, India, Africa, Asia, Australia and Japan. Each section offers an explanation for some of the less common ingredients from the area like Vegemite in Australia and haggis in Scotland.
The first section also includes a sample menu from each country for example, in Vietnam, I found: Vegetarian Pho (page 103), Vietnamese Salad Rolls (page 91), Hoisin sauce for dipping, fresh or drained canned lychee fruit.
The second section lists all the recipes. There are a few sentences that describe the recipe, the recipe itself and then information on what allergens the recipe contains. Being a mom of two gluten intolerant children, I love this section! While the book is vegan (no meat, dairy or egg), you can easily add in meat proucts if you choose to.
The book has a section of beautiful color photographs in the center. Several meals are gorgeously displayed in a variety of settings including bento boxes, picnics and plates. The book also has a section on garnishes like radish rosettes that I found very interesting. The book has a total of 263 pages which includes two sections and twenty seven chapters.
The book is a combination of familiar recipes like carmelized squash and apples and more exotic recipes like golden Indonesian tempeh. You're sure to find recipes your kids will like but there may be some they aren't interested in too.
Some of the recipes include ingredients that I can't find in my area which is probably more my fault than anything. It would have been nice to have a few comments on what I could substitute for Asian Portobellos if I couldn't find them.