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"The Earl of Sandwich would be proud! Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes have reinvented the sandwich, taking it to all-new heights with spectacular creations that will forever change your perception of lunch (and breakfast and dinner too!). From the scrumptious, mouthwatering recipes to the gorgeous photographs, this book is a must-have for sandwich lovers. Prepare to be inspired!"—Julie Hasson, author of Vegan Diner, The Complete Book of Pies, and more

"Celine and Tamasin have the magic touch; everything they make turns out delicious! They’ve brought sandwiches back to life with innovative, stacked creations like the Strawberry Spinach Tacowich, Portobello Po' Boys, and even Oreo® Wafflewiches. Who knew you could fit so much flavor between two slices of bread?"—Hannah Kaminsky, author of My Sweet Vegan, Vegan Desserts, and Vegan à la Mode

"Celine and Tamasin have elevated sandwich making to an art form, with homemade artisan breads and inventive ingredient combinations infused with lots of personality. Sandwiches like the Jamaican Dip, Sushi Soy Wraps, and Bananas Foster Cake Sandwiches are enough to make you swoon! Vegan or not, these are guaranteed to be the best sandwiches you have ever tasted."—Alicia C. Simpson, author of Quick and Easy Vegan Comfort Food and Quick and Easy Vegan Celebrations

"Take two super-creative, experienced, and highly regarded vegan cookbook authors, allow them to apply their imagination, and exceptional palates, to a theme where there are few boundaries other than slices of bread, and you have this incredible book. And what a book! My mouth is watering, thanks to the beautiful pictures, the detailed descriptions, and superlative flavor combinations. Way to make a sandwich, Celine and Tami!"—Carla Kelly, author of Quick and Easy Vegan Bake Sale and Quick and Easy Vegan Slow Cooking

"Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes, two stars of the vegan culinary world, have raised the sandwich bar and then some with this smart, sassy and satisfying book that’s packed with helpful tips, recipes that say ‘make-me,’ and Celine's wonderful photographs. THE INCREDIBLE GREEN SANDWICH brought me back home to bagels and that was just the beginning. Handheld and convenient, yes, but these recipes make satisfying entrees (and some desserts too), that just happen to be nestled between two slices of bread."—Fran Costigan, culinary instructor and author of More Great Good Dairy-Free Desserts Naturally

"This is the first time I’ve ever found myself drooling over sandwiches. Vegan Sandwiches oozes with gorgeous photos, creative recipes, and flavorful whit that makes you want to read it like a novel, from cover to cover."—Alisa Fleming, founder of GoDairyFree.org and author of Go Dairy Free and Dairy Free Made Easy

"As if you need another indication of the depth of vegan cookbooks from ’12, how about this one: nothing but sandwiches! Yes, the duo of Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes cooked up this original between two slices of bread. No fears, it’s not all lunchtime fare. Included are sandwiches for breakfast, for dessert … you get the idea. Now, get the book." —Joseph Connelly, Publisher VegNews Magazine

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Tamasin Noyes is the author of American Vegan Kitchen and Grills Gone Vegan. She is the founder of http://www.veganappetite.com and has worked as a committed cookbook tester for many well-known vegan cookbook authors including Isa Chandra Moskowitz, Terry Hope Romero, and Robin Robertson. She resides in Ashtabula, OH.

Celine Steen is the author of several books and the founder of the award-winning blog Have Cake, Will Travel (http://www.havecakewilltravel.com). After over a decade of vegetarian eating, she decided to switch to a vegan lifestyle. Fearing it might mean the end of all good desserts, she decided to start making her own, for lack of ready-made and affordable options offered in her hometown. She lives in Bakersfield, CA.


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Awesome book with a hidden twist. 16. August 2012
Von D. Farrow - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
So far, every single item I made from this book has been truly outstanding; from the "Cheese" for the Pesto Pizza, to the Chickpea Shwarma, and not to forget the Quinua Protein Wrap.
All had great bold flavor, a must in my book, and were relatively easy to make. Directions are clear and helpful.

So what is this twist I mention on the title?
Well, we are trying to keep the bread / wheat consumption to a minimum, and so most of the recipes I've made have been served on a bed of greens!
Sort of like an open face sandwich version I guess. Still delightful to eat, for sure.

One other note, is that I have taken the authors suggestions to replace tofu for the seitan (wheat meat) and again, this has worked out rather well.

On bread, in a wrap, on a bed of greens - however you serve these dishes up, they are a winner!
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From the simplest to the most refined sandwiches... 2. August 2012
Von Moucky - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In the past, my husband and I used to eat sandwiches mostly when going on hikes, and never thought to make a whole meal out of a sandwich on other occasions. Then while leafing through this cookbook, we discovered amazing sweet and savory combinations to pack into bagels, waffles, cookies, wraps, rice paper, and even lettuce.
For a savory breakfast, we love the Incredible Green Sandwich, but our sweet tooth also loves the Maple Nut Pie Wafflewich, and the Blueberry and Corn Pancake Sandwiches with Lemony Filling.
With fork and knife handy, we're fans of the Welsh Rarebit, with a sauce that's perfect to use on baked potatoes also. The Hot Brown Sandwiches that use broccolini, tofu, and an amazing sauce were fantastic too.
For sandwiches that require just a little make-ahead prep, we love the Almo-Cado, with grated beet paired up with almond butter. We also love the Cajun Lettuce Wraps, with their brightly-colored filling and exotic seasoning.
As far as the classics go, we're big fans of the Pâté Sandwiches, where a deliciously rich and earthy vegan pâté is served with a thin slice of pear and sprinkled with black pepper in crusty French baguette.
If we must pick only one dessert, it would have to be the absolutely irresistible Ginger Cream Crêpe with Pears.
This book is great for its diversity of creative recipes that are perfect for every season, and last but not least, it's also beautifully designed and illustrated with tempting pictures of the sandwich-y results.
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Sandwiches for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert! 31. Juli 2012
Von Joni - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Amazing recipes for amazing sandwiches. I fancy myself a bit of a sandwich snob, and this book has impressed me from page one. Smartly laid out in a fun format, this book has tips, tricks, and of course amazing photos of delicious sandwiches.

My favorites so far:
Berry Stuffed French Toast Pockets (page 34) because the crispy, crusty french toast recipe is great on it's own, but the berry filling makes a great surprise. These also work great on the go as a handheld. Super yum.
Orange Fennel Summer Rolls (page 83) because they are so easy, fast, and refreshing on hot days. NO COOKING REQUIRED! Plus they are so pretty, and make a great appetizer as well.
The Party Monster (page 124) because it is delicious green bread stuffed with delicious home made deli slices and other savory goodness. It's a bit time consuming, but oh-so-worth it.
Oreo Wafflewiches (page 173) because, even though it's meant as a dessert, this one screams breakfast (to me) and tastes like a giant Oreo cookie! Whoa.

Another fabulous feature of this book is Chapter 8: The Building Blocks, which is has recipes that can be used throughout the rest of the book, or on their own. Recipes for how to make your own sandwich breads, and deli-style slices to come up with your own sandwich creations.
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Reinventing the Sandwich! 25. Oktober 2012
Von Nightmares and Fairy Tales - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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One of the most aesthetically beautifully presented vegan cookbooks I've seen, the first time I had flipped through the pages I was excited & inspired to try out some recipes immediately. Superb book, from gorgeous photos to fantastic refreshing recipes. It is now in my most favored part of my cookbook library, & a personal must have (Even purchased for part of a friends' wedding gift.). The authors have reinvented the sandwich & help you build & create the perfect sandwiches from scratch (Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner): baking the bread, rolls, or bagel recipes; to condiments; homemade meat substitutes; & all the fillings.

Recipes we've tried from the book & are pleased to come back for more:

Green Monster Bread (this bread is so versatile & delicious, this is one of our daily breads we run to now.).
Gobbler Slices (These are fantastic even w/my necessary sub, & I do have an allergy to nutritional yeast flakes, so I substitute this usually w/ground cashews, & sometimes sub w/powdered plant milk w/a dash of unrefined sea salt.)
Moo-Free Seitan.
Brioche, wow does this make amazing french toast (Berry Stuffed French Toast Pockets.)
Incredible Green Sandwich w/the homemade Green Monster Rolls that I made w/wheat pastry flour.
Bulgar Hummus Wraps
One World Reuben
Curried Lentil Wraps
Tempeh Bacon
Faux-Lafel
Dagwood's Special Sandwich
Pittsburgh Steak Sandwiches
Ratatouille Sandwiches
Bean and Nut Burgers
Beet-N-Barley Burgers
Asian Eggplant Sandwiches
French Tofu Salad w/Grapes
Oreo Wafflewiches

The authors also makes some wonderful suggestions for substitutes for gluten-free diets. The recipes cook true, only keep in mind if you do use substitutes particularly when baking or creating deli slices, there might be some changes in the recipe's consistency that you may have to compensate for. There are so many more amazing recipes that I'm excited to make! ^_^
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The book that forever changed how I view sandwiches 11. Mai 2013
Von V. Holt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have always been sandwich-impaired. Unless it is freshly baked, I don't find bread very appealing; I don't like condiments, and I don't care for lunch meats or "cold" sandwiches. At home, I find sandwiches almost unpalatable. When I got this book it was with an eye to rejuvenating my approach to the idea of "things layered with other things, between bread." For at least the past decade, it seems that bread has been almost taboo to most of the nation, starting with the low-carb craze at the turn of the century, so it felt kind of weird and forbidden to be treading into such glutinous territory. After all, I didn't really want to eat a big brick of dough for lunch either. But these recipes are nothing like that. They completely change how I view sandwiches and the recipes have put new life into my cooking in general, with the inventive flavor combinations and techniques described within.

Among the many varied protein sources in the book are tofu, seitan, tempeh, beans, and homemade vegan lunchmeats. Others simply contain a flavorful, colorful mix of vegetables without a big protein fix. There are options to make just about everything from scratch - including the bread, but you could easily substitute storebought lunchmeats (you could even substitute meat, if you are not vegan, and are just looking for flavor inspiration). Every meal is represented, from breakfast to dessert, and cuisines of most of the world are given a chance to shine. There is European fare on crusty bread, Russian on pumpernickel or rye, Vietnamese baguettes, Ethiopian wraps, a Greek veggie-burger, Indian, Chinese and Japanese-inspired dishes, and many more. It's not all about bread -- some dishes can be served as wraps or with thin rice or soy wrappers; most could simply be put on a plate as-is.

The phenomenal cornflake-coated, fried faux chicken recipe (which was impossible to stop eating, once I started), I never even considered putting on bread; just having it by itself with mashed potatoes was enough. The first highlight of the book was a mango and avocado wrap with coconut sauce. I think I ate those every day for two weeks and still am not sick of them -- I just ran out of coconut sauce.

There are two things that may put people off attempting some of the recipes. One is that they can be incredibly complicated to make. Some require a lot of ingredients which can be difficult to obtain or prepare. In one case, for the Unfishwich, you first have to make a miso dressing. Then you have to make a tartar sauce using that as an ingredient. Then you prepare and cook your tempeh and other ingredients; but the whole process takes a very long time if you are hungry and want a sandwich NOW. Many steps can be optional -- maybe you don't need to have such a fancy sauce, and are fine with just chopping up some pickles in some vegenaise. You have the option to make bread or lunchmeats for some recipes, but you can just buy some.

The other issue could be the difficulty in obtaining some of these ingredients. There is no reason I shouldn't be able to fine ume plum vinegar in Houston Texas, but it's taken me months to do so. I still haven't located the coconut cream the author recommends; I use a canned product from Trader Joe's, which seems to serve a similar purpose. I can't afford some of the ingredients they suggest. So, I substitute.

The only other thing I would wish for would be more photos of the recipes. Many have photos, but I'm one of those people who flips through a cookbook and makes whatever pops out at me in a picture. It also helps you to know if you made it "right." I'm going back through and writing down all of the unillustrated recipes that I overlooked in the past, now, to give them a try. As a side note, nutritional information is not provided, and some of the coconut cream-heavy recipes could have a bit of fat in them, if you are a calorie-counter. Anything with a lot of bread in it is likely to be pretty carb-heavy, obviously. But most cookbooks don't provide that information, and I think common sense will tell you what fits best into your personal diet.

The recipes are so inspiring, creative and tasty I think that even if you just browse it for ideas, it is well worth the price. Have them without bread, substitute whatever you like -- it's still going to come out tasting incredible. And if you are like me and need guidance when it comes to lunch and sandwiches, it's indispensable, and at the moment I'd call it my favorite out of the 30 or so vegetarian/vegan cookbooks that I own.
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