י״א בניסן ה׳תשע״ו (April 19, 2016)
Passover can be hard for vegans, but Rena Reich, member of Jewish Vegetarians of North America, has written a Passover e-book “Vegan Start Passover Cookbook” with scores of easy-to-make and delicious recipes.
What would Pesach be without matzo balls? You got it.
Make your own almond milk, mayonnaise, pesto and “crackers”. Ever try to make your own gnocchi? Give it a shot. Enjoy it and the many other main dishes, like portobello steaks and “spaghetti” with tomato sauce.
Top it all off with amazing desserts. Turtle bars, apple cake, chocolate chip cookie, macadamia-banana cream, chocolate torte… There are more wonderful desserts in the book.
“She [Rena] has vegan Pesach recipes for everything from mayonnaise to carrot kugel and kishke. I feel like I have a cheat sheet or a playbook without doing any work…I have the tools at my finger tips. I can’t recommend this book enough.”
“Incredible! 95 pages of yummy-looking recipes (including pictures). Looking forward to a delicious Pessach even though we’re not vegan.”
“What Rena has done with this cookbook then, is to throw many vegan Jews a life-line. She has created some very creative vegan Passover recipes for those who do not eat kitniyot. If you are in this boat, or know someone who is, honestly, this cookbook is going to give you hope.”
Read this eBook in different formats through any device. On-the-go connected whether on your mobile, tablet, or desktop.
This cookbook has Jewish soul food, like kneidlach, tzimmes, and kishke. Vegans and non-Vegans alike can enjoy them. Enjoy Passover in vegan style (all recipes are Ashkenazi friendly – without kitniyot).
Eat bubelah, eat.
“Vegan Start Passover Cookbook: Eat Well on Pesach!” by Rena Reich is available on iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad with free Amazon app (download app – here)
Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 8017 KB
Publisher: Vegan Start; 1 edition (March 13, 2015)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
Price: $5.99 (Buy now)
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