Spanish chef Toni Rodríguez makes cooking vegan simple and eating vegan delicious! Eating vegan is a conscientious choice that enables people to care not just for their appetites but for their overall health, ethical beliefs, and ecological responsibility. For those with special dietary needs or weight-control concerns, veganism offers a delicious alternative diet of grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, and other plant-based proteins.
Here, Rodríguez presents a collection of recipes for tasty vegan burgers that will leave you satisfied without guilt. Also included are recipes for delectable sauces, savory burger buns and sides, and even luscious desserts. Eating healthy and ethically never tasted so good! Fire up the grill and get ready to sink your teeth into these amazing recipes, including:
Vegan chorizo burger
Black olive burger
Quinoa, lentil, dill, and arugula burger
Rosemary burger buns
Sweet potato fries
Hazelnut ice cream and chocolate cookie sandwich
And many more!
Beautiful, tempting photos accompany the recipes, and Rodríguez shares his story and the delights of veganism. A quick list of useful kitchen accessories and thorough descriptions of basic vegan burger ingredients guide readers around the vegan kitchen. Whether you’re a committed vegan or just curious, there’s more than a few favorites waiting to be discovered in this book. ¡Buen provecho!
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