In it, he covers cultural recipes from all over the world. That’s important in helping establish that vegan dishes can be light years away from bland and boring.
The variety is also important. Many folks may be omnivores, but often have friends or family who are either vegan by choice or due to health or diet restrictions. A quality vegan recipe can be enjoyed by nearly anyone.
Back in the early 1990s I developed an acute allergy to pork. Within a few months I was also allergic to beef. After those, came a slew of other food allergies that stuck with me more than seven years. As much as I sometimes craved a bite of burger, just the memory of what would happen to me if I ate it was enough to deter me.
It was often frustrating in social settings, like hot dog roasts.... Back then, I didn’t know how to make but a few vegan dishes. If I’d had this book, being vegan would have been lots more interesting.
Whether or not you’re vegan, this collection of recipes appearing in The Lotus and the Artichoke, Vegan Recipes from World Adventures by Justin P. Moore is so worth your investment.
Here are a few inspiring images you’ll find in the content...
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