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Produktinformation

  • Taschenbuch: 304 Seiten
  • Verlag: Da Capo Press; Auflage: Da Capo Press. (5. August 2008)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1600940722
  • ISBN-13: 978-1600940729
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 1,8 x 23,1 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (2 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 51.456 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Pressestimmen

Library Journal Xpress Review, 6/23/08
“McCann's recipes are easy to follow.”
 
New York Daily, food editor’s blog
“A fun new collection of vegan recipes that I will be turning to regularly this fall.”
 
Boston Metro, 08/13/08
“The recipes are fun to make as a family and good enough for Mom and Dad to enjoy as well.”
 
Associated Press, August 2008
“McCann's book is great for children willing to try new foods, but who might be stuck in alunchbox rut. As the title implies, the recipes are all vegan, but they still offer plenty of appeal.”
 
Mothering, 2/09
“Chock full of uncomplicated recipes for clever noontime fare.”
 
Colorado Springs Gazette, 9/1/11
Even if you’re not vegan, I would give this cookbook a look. It can be an inspiration.”

Synopsis

This book offers 150 quick and easy recipes and menus for feeding happy, healthy vegan kids. When her son was about to start school, Jennifer McCann found herself wondering what to pack him for lunch. Inspired by her son's request for vegetarian sushi, she decided to create kid-friendly vegan lunch recipes and began posting them to a blog, Vegan Lunch Box. Since then, her blog has garnered a large following, winning several awards.From the simple to the sublimely gourmet, "Vegan Lunch Box" offers an amazing array of entirely meat-free, egg-free, and dairy-free lunches that will transform the way you look at lunch. All the recipes are organized into well-balanced menus to help mums pack nutritious, irresistible animal friendly lunches, including: quick lunches that are ready in a flash; easy recipes that older kids can make themselves; exciting themed menus for special occasions; and, adventurous lunches with fun foods from around the world."

Vegan Lunch Box" also features tips for feeding even the most finicky kids, includes handy allergen-free indexes identifying wheat-free, gluten-free, soy-free and nut-free recipes to suit every family's needs, and product recommendations that make shopping a breeze.


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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Chatri am 26. März 2010
Format: Taschenbuch
Voraus: Ich habe kein Kind, sondern meine "Lunchboxes" sind für mich selber.

Das beste Rezept ist meines Wissens immer noch auch im Internet in ihrem Blog zu finden: "Pumpkin Carob Chip Muffins" - ich ersetze das gesündere Carob durch Schokolade und meine Familie akzeptiert keine anderen Muffins mehr, seitdem wir eine Quelle für Kürbispüree in der Dose gefunden haben!

Meine weiteren Favoriten sind:
-Easy Ranch Dip. Ein ganz einfacher Dip aus weissen Bohnen den ich jeden Tag essen könnte.
-Layered Bean Dip
-Cheezy Roasted Chickpeas
- Kid's Iced Tea
-Sneaky Momma's Tomato Sauce (ich püriere die Suppe nicht, ich muss mir ja nicht vormachen, da wär nicht böses Gemüse drin ;) )

Daneben hat sie auch sehr einfache Ideen für das Mittagessen, einige auf die man vielleicht von selber gekommen ist, andere wo es *klick* macht. "Torilla Roll Ups", "Nut Butter &Jelly Cutouts", "Vegan Deli Slice Roll-Ups" und andere gehören dazu. Dazu gibt es auf zwei Seiten Ideen für vegane Sandwichs - gerade für beginnende Veganer immer hilfreich.

Meistens habe ich am Morgen entweder keine Zeit oder Lust, mein Mittagessen so liebevoll zu arrangieren wie Jennifer McCann es für ihren Sohn macht, aber für Bilder von einem Rezeptbuch macht es sich schön.

Alles in allem sind die Rezepte eher einfach - alltägliches Mittagessen eben!

Der einzige Minuspunkt für mich ist, dass es nach "Menüs" geordnet ist und nicht nach Kategorien wie "Sandwichs", "Dips" etc..
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2 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von unknown am 10. Juni 2009
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Man kann sich darüber streiten, ob man als Mutter jeden morgen ein Lunchmenü für sein Kind kochen soll oder nicht. Für die Arbeitenden unter uns sicher keine Option.

Dennoch ist dieses Buch eine tolle Anregung, was man seinem Kind (und sich selbst) für ein gesundes Mittagessen mitgeben, bzw. zuhause kochen kann. Unkomplizierte Suppen, die man am Abend vorkochen und dann am nächsten Morgen aufwärmen kann, gehören dazu, sowie kleine Snacks und Ideen für Sandwiches und das alles natürlich vegan.Man muss sich eben die Gerichte aussuchen, die kein morgendliches Kochen erfordern.

Meine Favoriten bisher sind die Blumenkohl-Karottensuppe und die im Ofen gerösteten Kichererbsen. Lecker und ganz einfach zuzubereiten!

Ich finds prima!
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84 von 89 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
The book is not like the blog... 20. November 2008
Von Christine Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I just received my copy of Vegan Lunch Box after much anticipation. I was a fan of the blog that inspired the book and for some reason expected the format of the book to be similar, which is what appealed to me. Unfortunately, the entire book is laid out in a new way.

First of all, there are virtually no pictures (save for a special insert in the middle of the book), and none to accompany the recipes. There are very few set "menus" except in sections for special occasions and a few to kick off your thinking. The recipes are divided into apps, salads, soups, sandwiches, main courses, sides, breads, desserts and beverages, which is useful, though there are a few stand-by recipes in here I think she could have skipped for most of us- veggie dogs and baked beans for example, takes up an entire page.

The recipes go perhaps a bit beyond lunch- I won't be making soups or homemade beverages for my child's lunch box- but that's ok, it makes it a bit more versatile as a book for veggie families.

What I found helpful about the original blog was the creativity of how Jennifer, the author, put the meals together in the bento lunchboxes she created. The combinations of food items and what her child choose to eat and appreciated. It's not the recipes I struggle with, it's how to put together an appealing lunch for a vegetarian child (and one that her classmates will envy!).

That said, this is a useful book and a must have for parents to new vegetarians, and does have plenty to offer the veteran as well. I just wish they had followed the format of the blog a little bit more closely. The book does mention that all the original recipes are on the blog archive- but that's why I purchased the book, so I could have that information in a book format.
38 von 38 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great resource for mums 4. September 2008
Von Cindy Peterson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I was dying to get this book after being a fan of her blog for so long. It's got great menu plans - ones for mornings you have time to cook, ones for a rushed morning and ones for preparation the night before.
It has great recipes, a little too much fake meat and processed food for my taste - but then it's written for everyone, not just me :)
My only criticism (and that's why it lost a star) is the lack of photos. The beauty of the blog was the photo of each lunch, I was expecting this in the book too but there's just a few photos together in the middle of the book - 99% of the recipes and menus don't have photos which is sadly quite common with vegan cookbooks.
But this book is WELL worth the price and will truly be USED in a household with kids. Just give us some photos!
28 von 28 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Not just for lunch 13. Februar 2007
Von Cathe - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I expected this book to be good as I was already a big fan of the vegan lunchbox blog but WOW! This cookbook is so much more than I expected, so much more than the title even suggests.

This book is now the first thing I turn to when I am looking for something for dinner - and if I'm lucky, there may be some leftovers for the lunchbox the next day. As I read through the book, I began marking pages of recipes I wanted to try but I soon stopped . . . because I found that I wanted to try just about every single one. I figured I'd just cook my way through the whole book.

The book is organized into the following sections: Quick and Easy (sandwiches, easy dips, etc.); Rise and Shine (for those who want to cook in the morning - biscuits, gingerbread, cornbread, muffins); Ready and Waiting (recipes you can make in advance like soups, breadsticks, pizza); Lunch Box Advenure (my favorite - lots of ethnic recipes like samosas, dahl, sushi, tamales, spring rolls. They are not only delicious but really fun to make with your children).

I just love the way this book is written. McCann puts together entire lunch menus and for the items you don't make yourself, she gives suggestions for brands. Tidbits and stories are scattered throughout the book, such as: "How much to Pack," "Fitting In [for vegan kids]," "Let's Hear It for Legumes," and my favorite "And then, a miracle occurred . . . " about the momentous event of McCann's son eating his first salad. McCann has such an engaging way of writing that it's enjoyable just to read through this book.

This is really a great cookbook - and definitely not just for lunches. It's great whether or not you have children, whether or not you're vegan. The recipes are creative and delicious and very well tested. My only critism of the book (and this is really nitpicking) is that I would have liked a better index. If you don't know the exact name of the recipe, it's really hard to find it in the index. But that is just a minor detail and would not in the least deter me from whole-heartedly recommending this truly excellent book. I have shelves and shelves full of cookbooks and this is the one I am turning to most - for breakfast, dinner - and lunch.

For more detailed info about the recipes I've tried - go to my blog at [...]
50 von 55 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Imaginative and Informative 5. August 2008
Von Norma Lehmeierhartie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Vegan Lunch Box is packed with recipes, antidotes, and information on more than the vegan lunch box. Yes, it is primarily a cookbook for elementary school kids when prepared as the menus suggested--but it is so much more! To read it through is to learn how to become a vegan, or to incorporate more vegan dishes into you life.

Jennifer McCann became a vegetarian at age 15 and ate the same thing for lunch for a year. She decided things would be different for her son. Every menu had to be graded a "5" by her son to be included in the book.

McCann packs the lunches in a clever bento-like box, allowing for lots of choices and minimal environmental waste, as they are re-usable. Very clever. The lunches are sure to appeal to kids because they are colorful and fun. McCall is aware that kids notice other kids' food and takes pains to create meals that become the envy of fellow students.

Part I is divided as follows:

* Quick and easy menus. For example, one menu includes lunch nibbles--vegan deli slices and cheese with rice crackers. Disigned for the kid to assemble.

Sample menu: veggie burger, sweet potato fries, wheat free apple crisp and Amazake to drink.

* Rise and Shine menus.

Sample menu: coconut carrot rice pudding, black strap gingerbread with lemon sauce, applesauce and soy jerky

* Ready and Waiting

Sample menu: peanut butter and jelly muffins, frozen snack tube, popcorn, vegetable juice

*Lunch box adventure
Includes menus from around the world.

* Special occasions
Birthdays, Halloween and more.

Part II is the recipes.

While some of the recipes take a bit of time to prepare, many have multiple uses. McCall has smart suggestions like baking large batches of muffins and freezing them individually--perfect for the teen on the go.

Highly recommend for all--vegan or not--for smart, fun and healthy lunches!

From the author of Harmonious Environment: Beautify, Detoxify and Energize Your Life, Your Home and Your Planet.
20 von 20 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Not just for vegans. Not just for kids. 3. Dezember 2006
Von M. Bruno - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I ordered a copy of this book for myself, and after testing the recipes for a few weeks, I ordered this as a gift for my friends who have kids, or who are vegan themselves, or who just are good cookbook enthusiasts. This book has much to offer those varied groups.

The book is divided into 3 parts: the first is for super-easy meals for those who may find packing a lunch a daunting task. It is good at helping new cooks feed their children (or spouses, or themselves) with creative, appealing and tasty food.

The second part of the book has recipes for things you could make for dinner, and that would still be tasty the next day in lunch form (which usually means at room temperature, and after the knock-about transport to the lunch location). These are good recipes for the time-limited cook who can't afford to go to special work to make something just for lunch.

The third part of the book is for the dedicated lunch-maker or the adventurous cook. The recipes here are still tried-and-true and foolproof, however they are outside the typical fare. They may be special occasion theme meals for holidays, or dishes inspired by other cultures that use uncommon spices and flavorings (but are never too spicy for the typical American kid's palate.)

I've had nothing but success with the recipes. I made the Ethiopian-inspired meal that included homemade Injera bread (a flat skillet-bread made with teff flour) with Spicy Vegetable Wat (like a stew) and was delightfully surprised at the depth of flavor and ease of preparation. Best of all, it was not spicy, so it is good for those who always order "no stars" in the restaurant, while still being extremely full-flavored. (The recipe does suggest where to up the spice if the eaters are more spice tolerant, too.)

My only complaint about the book is the indexing. I would have appreciated a list at the front of the book with recipe titles for each item in each section. But there are multiple indexes at the back, including an index broken out by whether the recipe falls into certain allergen-free categories (such as gluten-free). Being vegan, all recipes are already dairy-free and egg-free.

This book would be an ideal gift for the health-conscious mom or dad of school age children who strives to serve their kids appealing and tasty food that is secretly also nutritious. It would be a great book for the new-to-being-vegan adult who is at a loss for finding recipes that will travel well to work. And it would be welcome in the library of any omnivore cook who needs some ideas of recipes to bring to potlucks (since potluck-friendly food often needs to follow the same rules as kid-friendly lunchboxes, namely items that are easy to identify, travel well, and aren't too spicy) or for when the entertain their vegan or health-conscious friends.
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