- Gebundene Ausgabe: 192 Seiten
- Verlag: Grub Street (31. Mai 2017)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1910690376
- ISBN-13: 978-1910690376
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,4 x 3,2 x 25,4 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 338.722 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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"Why we love it: Short ingredient lists and easy-to-follow instructions make cooking Iranian, Moroccan, and Lebanese dishes easy for new vegan cooks, while inspiring seasoned chefs to try different cuisines."--VegNews
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Parvin Razavi was born in Iran and spent her early years at the Caspian Sea and in Tehran until their family emigrated to Europe. She had always been fascinated by her family kitchen and her culinary talent was valued for many years just among her circle of friends, before she made her passion into her profession. From then on, she wrote her own very successful foodblog 'thx4cooking' and began as an editor at Biorama, a magazine for a sustainable lifestyle.
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It's great to see another offering in the vegan (strictly vegetarian) cookbook space. Of the many cuisines of the world, very few have been written about through the lens of vegan cooking. Many thanks to the author for sharing this cuisine with the world. This book is beautifully designed, with a simple layout and many full-color photos & beautiful illustrations. When I'm exploring a new or unfamiliar cuisine, this is exactly the type of cookbook I look to for inspiration.
I know it may seem like semantics, but when I think of the Middle East I think of the Levant, Turkey, the Arabian Peninsula, and even parts of Mediterranean North Africa. Each of these regions really deserve their own treatment. And indeed, as authors like Barbara Abdeni Massad have shown with books like Man'oushe: Inside the Lebanese Street Corner Bakery and her upcoming book Mouneh: Preserving Foods for the Lebanese Pantry, entire books can be filled with one country's pickles! Perhaps that's the trouble with any book representing such a wide and diverse swath of the globe. It's hard to do justice to the cuisine when you have only a scant 200 pages.
This book, however, focuses heavily on cuisines of Persia and the South Caucuses. I understand the author is from Iran, and now makes her home in Germany. So it's only natural that this region is highlighted most prominently. And perhaps that will be a pleasant surprise to some readers! But to me it was unexpected for a book entitled Vegan Recipes from the Middle East.
The book is divided into chapters based on country (Iran, Armenia, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, and Turkey), with just a few recipes for each. I really wish the publisher had included a "Look inside" feature on Amazon, as the table of contents and index would elucidate a great deal of what this book has to offer.
For anyone looking for a more comprehensive approach to traditional vegetarian cuisine of Middle East (perhaps with a narrower focus on Levantine cuisine), I would highly recommend Salma Hage's The Middle Eastern Vegetarian Cookbook. There are many vegan recipes to be found within that book. I dare say the majority of the recipes are vegan, actually. And many of the remaining recipes could be adapted without much trouble.