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  • Taschenbuch: 176 Seiten
  • Verlag: Fair Winds Press (8. Januar 2015)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1592336442
  • ISBN-13: 978-1592336449
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 1,3 x 23,5 cm
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"Mention an interest in pressure cooking and there's a good chance you'll hear a horror story about one exploding. With modern equipment, that scenario is highly unlikely, according to Fields (coauthor, "Vegan for Her"). Before diving into the recipes, the author addresses this fear by answering frequently asked questions and addressing the care and proper use of contemporary appliances. Fields also offers cooking time charts for simple grains and beans. Demonstrating the pressure cooker's versatility, the author moves on to cover breakfast, sides, soups, stews, dinner, and even dessert with dishes such as apple pie steel-cut oats, lemony artichokes with horseradish butter, jackfruit and sweet potato enchiladas, and coconut gingered black bean brownies. Readers will swallow any lingering apprehensions after looking at the many tempting photos. Occasional less-common ingredients like freekah and turnips, along with twists on ordinary meals such as savory oatmeal or Asian-inspired chili, will appeal to adventurous cooks. VERDICT This work should gain Fields many fans. Her unintimidating approach takes into account all the important basics without being overwhelming. Those who want to adapt favorite plant-based recipes for their pressure cooker will appreciate the more comprehensive coverage in Jill Nussinow's "The New Fast Food."" - "Library Journal""

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JL FIELDS is a vegan cook, lifestyle coach and educator. She is co-author of Vegan for Her: The Woman's Guide to Being Healthy and Fit on a Plant-Based Diet (Da Capo Press, July 2013) with Virginia Messina. She is the Plant-Based Team Leader for Attune Foods and speaks on plant-based food and vegan activism, fitness and body image, making big changes post-40, blogging, and nonprofit management at festivals, farm markets, community organizations, and colleges and universities. She has been interviewed for radio shows and podcasts including Main Street Vegan, Our Hen House, and Erin Red Radio. http://jlgoesvegan.com

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I expected some more variation in the recipes. (had hoped for some more with potatoes :) )
Overall it's a good cookbook. The explanation and warnings about pressure cooking are clear. The recipes are clear as well and easy :) .
There is decent variation. Even some desserts are in the book.
As a beginner with pressure cooking I found it a great book.
It's also nice that the recipes can easily be changed for a whole food plant based diet (with no oils) .
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Hearty and interesting vegan meals, though some are "pressure cooker friendly" but are mostly oven-baked. 12. Januar 2015
Von Chandler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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To be honest, this book gets 5 stars due to taste. The recipes are excellent.
It's also excellent that the author provides weights in addition to fluid ounce measurements so if you choose to be exceptionally accurate, as good chefs are, you can't mess up a measurement or recipe.

But here's the thing...it's not entirely pressure cooking as stated. If you are looking for using your pressure cooker to speed up your cooking and for full meals, this has some limitations.

For many of the recipes, the pressure cooker may make a very brief appearance in an otherwise involved recipe. Many of these are actually oven recipes that use the pressure cooker much like a pot--to prep some of the ingredients.

For example, for the brownies, you use the pressure cooker to cook some beans (yes, it subs the flour in the brownies but you can't taste the beans) and other ingredients and then you use a food processor for two other batch mixes, then you pour into a pan and bake in the oven.

For the shepherd's pie, you make the potatoes in the pressure cooker, then prepare the pie as you would any other vegan shepherd's pie and bake in the oven.

So why the 4 stars? Because as for the recipes that are fully prepared in the pressure cooker, the recipes are clearly tested well and prepare perfectly and taste great. And fortunately the book is large enough that it has lots of those in it.

These are recipes worthy of turning the pressure cooker vegan. For example:

ROOT VEGGIE TAGINE
LENTIL, KALE, & BARLEY RISOTTO
APPLE PIE STEEL CUT OATS
PESTO STYLE BEAN DIP
NORTH MEETS SOUTH BEAN DIP
ITALIAN SOYBEAN BALLS AND TOMATO SAUCE
BLACK BEAN AND SWEET POTATO STEW
PORTOBELLO MUSHROOM AND BARLEY SOUP
VEGAN BACON AND CABBAGE
BOK CHOY MUSHROOMS AND ONION WITH TAMARI LIME DRESSING
PULLED JACKFRUIT SANDWICHES
FIESTA SOY CURL AND RICE CASSEROLE
SOY CURL MAC AND CHEESE
CHUNKY RED LENTIL STEW
SPEEDY BEAN CHILI
CREAMY KALE MISO SOUP
SEITAN SWISS STEAK
ROSEMARY AND THYME BRUSSEL SPROUTS
LEMONY ARTICHOKES WITH HORSERADISH BUTTER
SHEPERD'S PIE
MUSHROOM RICE

And those are just a few examples.

These are hearty dishes that work well as main dishes, whether vegan or not, but can also double if you are vegan, for example, and the rest of the family is not so that you enjoy your main dish and this can serve as side dishes for others.

There are plenty of great professional yummy photos, but there are no nutritionals.

There are some unusual ingredients but notes of where to find many of them; for the most part you should easily locate most ingredients.

A worthy component to your cookbook collection.
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revolutionized my kitchen 16. Dezember 2014
Von janet - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It is true: my new pressure cooker revolutionized my kitchen and JL guided me on the best way to use it with this cookbook.

In addition to her approachable FAQ on how to begin pressure cooking, she also has a host of recipes to start you on your new pressure cooking journey. She answers your looming fear: How can I avoid blowing up my pressure cooker? as well as Why do cooking times vary? Which pressure cooker should I buy? and How does an electric pressure cooker differ from a stove top pressure cooker? She has reference tables for pressure cooking vegan staples (vegetables, beans and grains).

In her Beans and Grains chapter, she includes basic recipes like Italian lentils but also (slightly) more involved recipes like Dill Long-Grain White Rice; Oat, Amaranth and Carrot Porridge and Cinnamon-Curried Chickpeas. In her Soups and Stews chapter, her recipes span Chik’n Lentil Noodle Soup, very Veggie Split Pea Soup and Tofu Chickpea Artichoke and Potato Soup. Personally, those looked like one-pot meals to me, but JL has even more one-pot meals in chapter four including Gingered Adzuki Beans, Greens and Grains; Vegan “Bacon” and Cabbage and Soy Curl Mac ‘n Cheese. If you thought this was all beans and grains (yes, all the beans are dear to my heart), she also has a chapter for meal helpers and veggie sides which highlights recipes like steamed kabocha squash, savoury root vegetable mash, rosemary and thyme Brussels sprouts, and jackfruit and sweet potato enchiladas. Chapter six is for sauces and dips, and JL has a trick for her pressure cooker hummus and other savoury options like dal dip and ginger-cinnamon white bean gravy. And when you thought there was nothing more to make in the pressure cooker, the last chapter is for dessert! JL uses beans in a coconut-gingered black bean brownie but also includes recipes that rely more on the pressure cooker such as easy applesauce and peachy butter.

I think you know may understand why I may want another pressure cooker. I want to make all the things. Thankfully, I have had the cookbook for a while and managed to squeeze out a new recipe each weekend. In theory a pressure cooker may help me cook more often, but old habits die hard and I like my weekend batch cooking.

My favourite recipes so far have been the Black Eyed Pea and Collard Chili and the Cinnamon Curried Chickpeas. The hummus is solid, too, although I like mine with a bit more liquid added. The Curried Mung Bean Stew was also solid.

These recipes could easily be adapted to use without a pressure cooker. You would just need to wait a bit longer. With that being said, I really think this is a good, solid vegan cookbook, pressure or no pressure cooker. I love its focus on quick and easy cooking featuring whole foods.
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Recipe Roullette 30. Januar 2015
Von R. George - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've had quite the hit-or-miss experience with this book. The recipes turn out fine, but the seasonings on several recipes are a bit odd (and repetitive.) A large number of the recipes have cinnamon and some sort of spicy powder, like cayenne. Also, I really don't think that lime juice goes with turnips. I've had a couple of decent meals out of here, and some real flops. It makes me apprehensive to try most of the recipes in this book.
Another disappointment for me was the amount of recipes trying to fake being swiss stake, or mac n cheese, or other non vegan recipes. Vegetables are so delicious, why not just make better recipes on their strengths instead? I'd go for the Lourna Sass pressure cooking books instead. You're more likely to end up with a meal that your family will eat.
16 von 17 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
red lentil stew and a couple of other recipes and came out perfect! Nice vegan book for pressure cooker 25. Dezember 2014
Von S. Zedan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have tried the apple steel oats for breakfast, red lentil stew and a couple of other recipes and came out perfect! Nice vegan book for pressure cooker!
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Vegan Pressure Cooking for the win! 29. Dezember 2014
Von Somer McCowan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've been waiting for a great vegan pressure cooking book and this one fits the bill. I've made multiple recipes out of the book with the umami anasazi beans and Spanish rice being delicious standouts. I've consulted the cooking table in the front of the book over and over again for basic times/how much water for cooking beans and grains. This book also solved my problems with cooking at altitude! The photography is beautiful and the recipes are delicious. Highly recommended!
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