Read This Cheese Is Nuts!: Delicious Vegan Cheese at Home Online Free - The essential primer and guide to preparing delicious, totally vegan, nut-based cheeses, from the coauthor of The Plantpower Way.
In their debut cookbook, The Plantpower Way, Julie Piatt and her ultra-endurance athlete husband, Rich Roll, inspired thousands to embrace a plant-fueled lifestyle, and through their advocacy efforts, podcasts, and talks, countless people are now enjoying healthier and more vibrant lives. In This Cheese is Nuts, Julie is bringing that message to the forefront once more, with a stunning collection of flavorful nut-based cheeses. Julie has always been known for her dairy-free cheeses, and here she shares seventy-five recipes using almonds, cashews, and other nuts to create cheeses anyone can make right at home. Nut-based cheeses are on the cutting edge in the world of vegan cuisine. They're remarkably simple to prepare (all you need are a few simple ingredients and a basic dehydrator), and in as little as twenty minutes, you can have an assortment of tasty fresh cheeses fit for any occasion. Even creating aged cheeses is easy--they require only a day or two in the dehydrator, so making "fancier" cheeses, like Aged Almond Cheddar, is an almost entirely hands-off process. And though they're delectable on their own, Julie's nut-based cheeses are a terrific component in her recipes for Raw Beet Ravioli with Cashew Truffle Cream, Country Veggie Lasagna with Fennel and Brazil Nut Pesto, French Onion Soup with Cashew Camembert, and more. Filled with the essential tips, tools, and mouth-watering recipes home cooks need to immerse themselves in the world of nut-based cheese-making, This Cheese is Nuts will demonstrate why nut cheeses should be part of any healthy, sustainable diet.
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August 01, 2017
Obscure ingredients with no alternatives provided (e.g. Modified tapioca starch--NOT standard tapioca starch--which seems impossible to find in Canada. Irish Moss? Dried Peruvian olives?)
November 29, 2017
I had high hopes for this one but found there were very few recipes I could actually make. Some of the ingredients were next to impossible for me to find and you truly do need a Vitamix; a food processor simply will not blend things to the proper smoothness. A dehydrator is also required for a la...
September 10, 2017
So glad I borrowed this book from the library before purchasing because, unless you have a Vitamix and an unlimited supply of coconuts and aquafaba, this book is useless.
Also, the tone of this book is maddening- everything is sooooo precious. For vegan chefs I don't want to punch, I'll stick wit...
October 19, 2017
This is my second book by this author and just like the last one, the recipes are wonderful. I am lucky, I have a Vitamix and access to a natural food store so the ingredients aren't hard. I love to cook and this is helping me cook vegan and enjoy the food. I would definitely recommend this book!...
July 22, 2017
There are a good few oil-free options in this one, which is great!
November 17, 2017
great book, very doable recipes and delicious product.