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Fake Meat: Real Food for Vegan Appetites Overview
Bestselling author Isa Chandra Moskowitz shows you how to create your own vegan meats, like deli slices and ground beef, that will satisfy every craving.
From the Introduction:
“I’m an animal lover and that love doesn’t end when I get hungry. Do I miss meat? Not really. But here’s what I do miss: Aromas. Experiences. Methods. Traditions. I remember all the tastes and sensations from my omnivore days, even though they were so long ago. My grandmother’s meatballs, burnt on one side. Slurpy seafood pasta at a café along the bay, my teeth scraping against the hard oyster shells. My favorite pizza burger from a diner underneath a Midtown office building, the feel of the vinyl seat as I bounced with excitement at the sight of the melty mozz arriving at the table. These are the moments you could say I miss. Maybe you do, too. But we don’t have to.”
Fake Meat is packed with 125 recipes that will satisfy every kind of meat craving, from a vegan Philly cheesesteak and a basket of wings to a rich, gooey lasagna.
About the Author
Isa Chandra Moskowitz is the bestselling author of I Can Cook Vegan, Isa Does It, Veganomicon, Vegan with a Vengeance, The Superfun Times Vegan Holiday Cookbook, and many more. She created the beloved website Post Punk Kitchen, and her restaurant, Modern Love, has locations in Omaha and Brooklyn.
“The author is basically the OG of modern approachable vegan cooking. She’s also my only cookbook automatic pre-order any and all new titles. Most previous Isa books are “vegan for beginners” in nature, in that they feature more readily available ingredients and normal cooking standard processes. This time, things gets a little more advanced. There’s a lot of steaming forth e meat bases; you can’t boil agar if you want it to work properly in some cases, and there’s a good deal of prepare ahead parts to a lot of the recipes. The cool thing is that you can use the base meats for quite a few things in the book, so even if that part I more time or ingredient intensive, it’s still not going to go to waste.” – Coffee Shop Reader, Cannonball Reader. Fake Make Your Own Meats Without Involving Animals. 2 February 2023
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