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3 Geliefde Vegan Bakeries in New York

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Veganisme, 'n dieet wat eens verband hou met Woodstock en vredestekens, is 'n nuwe mode onder spa-besoekers en gereeld by Barneys. Alhoewel ons weet dat slaaie veilig is vir veganiste, is dit moeiliker om nageregte te vind, met bestanddele soos melk, botter en eiers wat uit die mengbak is.

Of dit nou om gesondheidsredes is, 'n nuwe waardering vir diere, of 'n kans om in beroemde voetspore te volg, soos die aktrise Olivia Wilde, die eerste model Lauren Bush of die kosliefhebber Michael Pollan (veganisties voor aandete), u kan nou dierevriendelike lekkergoed geniet by 'n aantal bakkerye in die stad. Hier is drie van ons gunstelinge van alle tye. Smaaklike ete! (Nie-New Yorkers: kyk na die afleweringsbeleid van die winkel om lekkernye by u huis te lewer.)

Babakoeke (Broome St. 248 tussen Ludlow en Orchard)

BabyCakes is elegant op ware Lower East Side-manier versier en is bekend vir sy uitstallings van perfeksie-koeke, kolwyntjies en vars frambooskone, so goed dat Food & Wine gesê het dat dit die skeptici oortuig. Stigter Erin McKenna gebruik natuurlike, organiese alternatiewe sonder koring, gluten, suiwel, kaseïen en eiers. Versoeters, wat selde in die beslag voorkom, word aangetref in die vorm van agave-nektar, 'n natuurlike stroop van kaktus.

Cocoa V (Niende Ave 174 en 21st St.)

Hoe klink 'n dubbele sjokolade kolwyntjie met 'roomkaas' ryp? Wat gebak en bonbons betref, neem Cocoa V letterlik die koek. Cocoa V is 'n boetiek sjokoladewinkel en 'n wynkafee en is net so chique in die omliggende buurt Chelsea. Van fairtrade -sjokolade tot hul spesiale koekies en roomkroeg, eienaar Pamela Elizabeth het die 100 persent veganiese spyskaart geskep as 'n manier om haar eie siening oor diereregte te kanaliseer. Geniet dit sonder skuld.

Hele aarde bakkery en kombuis (130 St. Marks Pl. B/n 1st en Ave. A)

Whole Earth Bakery and Kitchen bedien meer as net koeke en pasteie, en bied 'n volledige spyskaart met veganistiese goedkeuring. Alhoewel ons beslis hul veganiese sop en eierlose quiches aanbeveel, is ons huidige missie nagereg. Whole Earth Bakery verhandel heuning vir esdoornstroop, agavesiroop en suiwer vrugtekonsentrate om gespesialiseerde gebak op bestelling te maak. Daar is ook 'n verskeidenheid seisoenale pasteie, amandel -sjokolade -kolwyntjies, veganistiese taartbroodjies en allerhande koekies in hierdie juweel in East Village.

- Stacy


3 Geliefde Vegan Bakeries in New York - resepte

Skrywers Michael Suchman en Ethan Ciment het op 'n idee besluit om 'n veganistiese kookboek te skep wat die verskillende kookkuns van hul geliefde New York -stad beklemtoon. Die resultaat is NYC Veganisties, 'n kookboek wat na 'n menigte unieke kombuise in die stad kyk en die tradisionele kookkuns van die groot appel in veganiese lekkernye verander.

Beide skrywers woon in New York en lei professionele lewens. Michael is 'n gesertifiseerde vegan lewensafrigter en opvoeder. Ethan is 'n pediatriese chirurg. Tog het hulle tyd gemaak om die gewilde blog VeganMos 'n kuberhuis te skep vir heerlike veganistiese maaltye wat hulle graag vir hulself en vriende voorberei.

Na 'n ete saam met vriende wat hulle aangemoedig het om 'n kookboek te skryf, kry hulle 'n idee wat onmiddellik aanklank vind. Geïnspireer deur die uiteenlopende etniese buurte en restaurante van New York, het hulle begin met die maak van veganistiese geregte wat die talle kookkuns van die stad vier.

Die skrywers veganiseer bekende geregte soos Waldorfslaai, Reuben -toebroodjie, generaal Tso se hoender en eiers Benedict wat so lank gelede in New York ontstaan ​​het, dat hul wortels vergeet is. Omdat New York so 'n voedsel -mekka is, het die stad 'n ryk smaak gegee om hulle te inspireer.

Die eerste hoofstuk behandel veganiese basiese beginsels soos neutmelk, pizzadeeg, basiese seitan, parmesaan, ricotta en ham wat later 'n integrale deel word van ikoniese New Yorkse geregte soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke en Chick'n Pot Pie.

Dit is bekend dat New York 'n 24 -uur -stad is waar almal ontbyt om 3 uur en 8 uur die oggend kan bestel. Bekende gunstelinge soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke, Kaasblintes en Spek, Broccoli en Cheddar Frittata lok bekende ontbytpublieke. Is iemand honger vir Italiaanse Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei of New York-styl bagels? Met NYC Veganisties in die kombuis kan enigiemand hierdie bekende kos tuis maak.

Voordat die egpaar vegan was, was oom Nick se gunsteling eetplek in die teaterdistrik waar hulle die Avgolemono -sop verslind het, 'n Griekse spesialiteit gemaak met hoender, suurlemoen en rys. Hulle smaaklike weergawe bevat rys, suurlemoensap en suurlemoenskil, maar word veganisties met hul tuisgemaakte Chicken-Style Seitan in die eerste hoofstuk.

Die Power Lunch-hoofstuk bring die wêreld 'n bietjie nader met gevestigde gunstelinge soos Minestrone-sop, Toskaanse wit boontjiesop en Caprese-slaai uit Italië. Die diversiteit van die stad word lewendig met Miso Groentesop uit Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup uit Europa en New York se eie Manhattan Glam Chowder. Straatvoedsel soos Arepas uit Columbia, Falafel uit Israel en Knishes, 'n Joodse spesialiteit van Lower East Side, is onder die onweerstaanbare middagete -gunstelinge.

Vir aandete verander hierdie vaardige paar tradisionele standaarde soos Lasagne, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo en Brisket in 'n bevredigende veganistiese hoofgereg wat nie te min smaak gee nie. Tofu Ricotta vervang die Italiaanse ricotta vir die lasagne, terwyl Chick'n Style Seitan instaan ​​vir die hoender in Chick'n Pot Pie en General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo se bekende varkvarkies word maklik veganisties met gekruide seitan.

In Farmer's Market noem Ethan sy Hongaarse wortels en deel sy ouma Regina se heerlike aartappels Paprikash wat volgens almal wat dit proe, as legendaries beskou word. Hy het ook sy ouma se resep vir aartappel Latkes aangepas. In hierdie afdeling kan huiskokke dit geniet om Callaloo in die Karibiese styl te maak met Okra, Israeliese slaai en Colcannon.

Almal wat in 'n delikatesse in New York geëet het, het heel waarskynlik halfsuur piekels geniet. Vertel dat Michael en Ethan die resep gee sodat almal tuis piekniekgenot kan geniet.

Die soet noot van die resepgedeelte is How Sweet It Is met aanwysings vir die maak van veganistiese Churros, 'n geliefde Mexikaanse soet! Byna elke eetplek in New York het appeltert op die spyskaart, maar niemand kan dit vergelyk met die tuisgemaakte Big Apple Pie van Ethan se ouma gemaak met appels wat in die staat New York verbou is nie! Hierdie hoofstuk bevat ook boeiende lekkernye soos Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices en Mandelbrodt. Die laaste resep in die nagereg-afdeling is Zeppole, 'n jarelange straatfees-lekkerny wat gemaak is van gebraaide bolletjies deeg wat in poedersuiker gerol is-en dit is veganisties.

Die volgende bladsye bevat skrywerverklarings wat uitdruk hoe belangrik dit is om veganisties te wees vir hul lewens en waarom veganisme vir New York belangrik is. Hulle noem hartsiektes, vetsug, hoë bloeddruk, die omgewingskoste van dierlike landbou, metaan- en kweekhuisgasse en die sielkundige impak van werk in slaghuise. Michael en Ethan glo: "Deur 'n volhoubare, plantaardige, veganistiese dieet aan te neem, sal klimaatsverandering omgekeer word, gesondheid bevorder en probleme met voedseltekort aangespreek word."

Die skrywers is baie trots op hul stad en deel 'n indrukwekkende lys van twee bladsye van die 55 veganistiese restaurante in NYC.

Die NYC Vegan-kookboek is 'n grafiese plesier met oog-aantreklike, volkleurfoto's van baie van die geregte, verryk met 'n aantreklike kosstyl. Elke hoofstuk word ingevoer met 'n swart en wit foto van 'n opvallende New York -toneel. Reseptitels en hul dubbele lyngrense verskyn in groot baksteenrooi letters. 'N Regte pluspunt is die genommerde resepaanwysings, groot breuke wat maklik leesbaar is en hoofnotas wat dikwels 'n tikkie geskiedenis van die resep gee en 'n plesier is om te lees.

NYC Veganisties bring 'n enorme aanbod van die beroemde kosse van New York op 'n persoonlike manier na die veganistiese tafel. Die skrywers deel hul liefde vir die stad hartlik en presteer daarin om 'n voorsmakie van NYC te bring aan diegene wat nog nooit die bruisende Big Apple besoek het nie. Of dit nou Blintzes, Pierogis of New York -kaaskoek is, 'n mens wil hê, die resep is in 'n groot veganistiese styl in die boek!


3 geliefde veganistiese bakkerye in New York - resepte

Skrywers Michael Suchman en Ethan Ciment het op 'n idee besluit om 'n veganistiese kookboek te skep wat die verskillende kookkuns van hul geliefde New York -stad beklemtoon. Die resultaat is NYC Veganisties, 'n kookboek wat na 'n menigte unieke kombuise in die stad kyk en die tradisionele kookkuns van die groot appel in veganiese lekkernye verander.

Beide skrywers woon in New York en lei professionele lewens. Michael is 'n gesertifiseerde vegan lewensafrigter en opvoeder. Ethan is 'n pediatriese chirurg. Tog het hulle tyd gemaak om die gewilde blog VeganMos 'n kuberhuis te skep vir heerlike veganistiese maaltye wat hulle graag vir hulself en vriende voorberei.

Na 'n ete saam met vriende wat hulle aangemoedig het om 'n kookboek te skryf, kry hulle 'n idee wat onmiddellik aanklank vind. Geïnspireer deur die uiteenlopende etniese buurte en restaurante van New York, het hulle begin met die maak van veganistiese geregte wat die talle kookkuns van die stad vier.

Die skrywers veganiseer bekende geregte soos Waldorfslaai, Reuben -toebroodjie, generaal Tso se hoender en eiers Benedict wat so lank gelede in New York ontstaan ​​het, dat hul wortels vergeet is. Omdat New York so 'n voedsel -mekka is, het die stad 'n ryk smaak gegee om hulle te inspireer.

Die eerste hoofstuk behandel veganiese basiese beginsels soos neutmelk, pizzadeeg, basiese seitan, parmesaan, ricotta en ham wat later 'n integrale deel word van ikoniese New Yorkse geregte soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke en Chick'n Pot Pie.

Dit is bekend dat New York 'n 24 -uur -stad is waar almal ontbyt om 3 uur en 8 uur die oggend kan bestel. Bekende gunstelinge soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke, Kaasblintes en Spek, Broccoli en Cheddar Frittata lok bekende ontbytmense. Is daar iemand wat honger is na Italiaanse Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei of New York-styl bagels? Met NYC Veganisties in die kombuis kan enigiemand hierdie bekende kos tuis maak.

Voordat die egpaar vegan was, was oom Nick se gunsteling eetplek in die teaterdistrik waar hulle die Avgolemono -sop verslind het, 'n Griekse spesialiteit gemaak met hoender, suurlemoen en rys. Hulle smaaklike weergawe bevat rys, suurlemoensap en suurlemoenskil, maar word veganisties met hul tuisgemaakte Chicken-Style Seitan in die eerste hoofstuk.

Die Power Lunch-hoofstuk bring die wêreld 'n bietjie nader met gevestigde gunstelinge soos Minestrone-soep, Toskaanse wit boontjiesop en Caprese-slaai uit Italië. Die diversiteit van die stad word lewendig met Miso Groentesop uit Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup uit Europa en New York se eie Manhattan Glam Chowder. Straatvoedsel soos Arepas uit Columbia, Falafel uit Israel en Knishes, 'n Joodse spesialiteit van Lower East Side, is onder die onweerstaanbare middagete -gunstelinge.

Vir aandete verander hierdie vaardige paar tradisionele standaarde soos Lasagne, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo en Brisket in 'n bevredigende veganistiese hoofgereg wat nie te min smaak gee nie. Tofu Ricotta vervang die Italiaanse ricotta vir die lasagne, terwyl Chick'n Style Seitan instaan ​​vir die hoender in Chick'n Pot Pie en General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo se bekende varkvarkies word maklik veganisties met gekruide seitan.

In Farmer's Market noem Ethan sy Hongaarse wortels en deel sy ouma Regina se heerlike aartappels Paprikash wat volgens almal wat dit proe, as legendaries beskou word. Hy het ook sy ouma se resep vir aartappel Latkes aangepas. In hierdie afdeling kan huiskokke dit geniet om Callaloo in die Karibiese styl te maak met Okra, Israeliese slaai en Colcannon.

Almal wat in 'n delikatesse in New York geëet het, het heel waarskynlik halfsuur piekels geniet. Vertel dat Michael en Ethan die resep gee sodat almal tuis piekniekgenot kan geniet.

Die resepgedeelte op 'n lieflike noot eindig met How Sweet It Is met aanwysings vir die maak van veganistiese Churros, 'n geliefde Mexikaanse soet! Byna elke eetplek in New York het appeltert op die spyskaart, maar niemand kan dit vergelyk met die tuisgemaakte Big Apple Pie van Ethan se ouma nie, gemaak met appels wat in die staat New York verbou is! Hierdie hoofstuk bevat ook boeiende lekkernye soos Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices en Mandelbrodt. Die laaste resep in die nagereg-afdeling is Zeppole, 'n jarelange straatfees-lekkerny wat gemaak is van gebraaide bolletjies deeg wat in poedersuiker gerol is-en dit is veganisties.

Die volgende bladsye bevat skrywerverklarings wat uitdruk hoe betekenisvol dit is om veganisties te wees vir hul lewens en waarom veganisme vir New York belangrik is. Hulle noem hartsiektes, vetsug, hoë bloeddruk, die omgewingskoste van dierlike landbou, metaan- en kweekhuisgasse en die sielkundige impak van werk in slaghuise. Michael en Ethan meen: "Deur 'n volhoubare, plantaardige, veganistiese dieet aan te neem, kan klimaatsverandering omgekeer word, gesondheid bevorder en probleme met voedseltekort aangespreek word."

Die skrywers is baie trots op hul stad en deel 'n indrukwekkende lys van twee bladsye van die 55 veganistiese restaurante in NYC.

Die NYC Vegan-kookboek is 'n grafiese plesier met oog-aantreklike, volkleurfoto's van baie van die geregte, verryk met 'n aantreklike kosstyl. Elke hoofstuk word ingevoer met 'n swart en wit foto van 'n opvallende New York -toneel. Reseptitels en hul dubbele lyngrense verskyn in groot baksteenrooi letters. 'N Ware pluspunt is die genommerde resepaanwysings, groot breuke wat maklik leesbaar is en hoofnotas wat dikwels 'n tikkie geskiedenis van die resep gee en 'n plesier is om te lees.

NYC Veganisties bring 'n enorme aanbod van die beroemde kosse van New York op 'n persoonlike manier na die veganistiese tafel. Die skrywers deel hul liefde vir die stad hartlik en presteer daarin om 'n voorsmakie van NYC te bring aan diegene wat nog nooit die bruisende Big Apple besoek het nie. Of dit nou Blintzes, Pierogis of New York -kaaskoek is, 'n mens wil hê, die resep is in 'n groot veganistiese styl in die boek!


3 Geliefde Vegan Bakeries in New York - resepte

Skrywers Michael Suchman en Ethan Ciment het op 'n idee besluit om 'n veganistiese kookboek te skep wat die verskillende kookkuns van hul geliefde New York -stad beklemtoon. Die resultaat is NYC Veganisties, 'n kookboek wat na 'n menigte unieke kombuise in die stad kyk en die tradisionele kookkuns van die groot appel in veganiese lekkernye verander.

Beide skrywers woon in New York en lei professionele lewens. Michael is 'n gesertifiseerde vegan lewensafrigter en opvoeder. Ethan is 'n pediatriese chirurg. Tog het hulle tyd gemaak om die gewilde blog VeganMos 'n kuberhuis te skep vir heerlike veganistiese maaltye wat hulle graag vir hulself en vriende voorberei.

Na 'n ete saam met vriende wat hulle aangemoedig het om 'n kookboek te skryf, kry hulle 'n idee wat onmiddellik aanklank vind. Geïnspireer deur die uiteenlopende etniese buurte en restaurante van New York, het hulle begin met die maak van veganistiese geregte wat die talle kookkuns van die stad vier.

Die skrywers veganiseer bekende geregte soos Waldorfslaai, Reuben -toebroodjie, generaal Tso se hoender en eiers Benedict wat so lank gelede in New York ontstaan ​​het, dat hul wortels vergeet is. Omdat New York so 'n voedsel -mekka is, het die stad 'n ryk smaak gegee om hulle te inspireer.

Die eerste hoofstuk behandel veganiese basiese beginsels soos neutmelk, pizzadeeg, basiese seitan, parmesaan, ricotta en ham, wat later 'n integrale deel word van ikoniese New Yorkse disse soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke en Chick'n Pot Pie.

Dit is bekend dat New York 'n 24 -uur -stad is waar almal ontbyt om 3 uur en 8 uur die oggend kan bestel. Bekende gunstelinge soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke, Kaasblintes en Spek, Broccoli en Cheddar Frittata lok bekende ontbytpublieke. Is iemand honger vir Italiaanse Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei of New York-styl bagels? Met NYC Veganisties in die kombuis kan enigiemand hierdie bekende kos tuis maak.

Voordat die egpaar vegan was, was oom Nick se gunsteling eetplek in die teaterdistrik waar hulle die Avgolemono -sop verslind het, 'n Griekse spesialiteit gemaak met hoender, suurlemoen en rys. Hulle smaaklike weergawe bevat rys, suurlemoensap en suurlemoenskil, maar word veganisties met hul tuisgemaakte Chicken-Style Seitan in die eerste hoofstuk.

Die Power Lunch-hoofstuk bring die wêreld 'n bietjie nader met gevestigde gunstelinge soos Minestrone-soep, Toskaanse wit boontjiesop en Caprese-slaai uit Italië. Die diversiteit van die stad word lewendig met Miso Groentesop uit Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup uit Europa en New York se eie Manhattan Glam Chowder. Straatvoedsel soos Arepas uit Columbia, Falafel uit Israel en Knishes, 'n Joodse spesialiteit van Lower East Side, is onder die onweerstaanbare middagete -gunstelinge.

Vir aandete verander hierdie vaardige paar tradisionele standaarde soos Lasagne, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo en Brisket in 'n bevredigende veganistiese hoofgereg wat nie te min smaak gee nie. Tofu Ricotta vervang die Italiaanse ricotta vir die lasagne, terwyl Chick'n Style Seitan instaan ​​vir die hoender in Chick'n Pot Pie en General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo se bekende varkvarkies word maklik veganisties met gekruide seitan.

In Farmer's Market noem Ethan sy Hongaarse wortels en deel sy ouma Regina se heerlike Aartappels Paprikash wat volgens almal as proewe beskou word. Hy het ook sy ouma se resep vir aartappel Latkes aangepas. In hierdie afdeling kan huiskokke dit geniet om Callaloo in die Karibiese styl te maak met Okra, Israeliese slaai en Colcannon.

Almal wat in 'n New Yorkse lekkerny geëet het, het heel waarskynlik halfsuur piekels geniet. Vertel dat Michael en Ethan die resep gee sodat almal tuis piekniekgenot kan geniet.

Die resepgedeelte op 'n lieflike noot eindig met How Sweet It Is met aanwysings vir die maak van veganistiese Churros, 'n geliefde Mexikaanse soet! Byna elke eetplek in New York het appeltert op die spyskaart, maar niemand kan dit vergelyk met die tuisgemaakte Big Apple Pie van Ethan se ouma gemaak met appels wat in die staat New York verbou is nie! Hierdie hoofstuk bevat ook boeiende lekkernye soos Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices en Mandelbrodt. Die laaste resep in die nagereg-afdeling is Zeppole, 'n jarelange straatfees-lekkerny wat gemaak is van gebakte deeg wat in poedersuiker gerol is-en dit is tot in die algemeen veganisties.

Die volgende bladsye bevat skrywerverklarings wat uitdruk hoe betekenisvol dit is om veganisties te wees vir hul lewens en waarom veganisme vir New York belangrik is. Hulle noem hartsiektes, vetsug, hoë bloeddruk, die omgewingskoste van dierlike landbou, metaan- en kweekhuisgasse en die sielkundige impak van die werk in slagplase. Michael en Ethan glo: "Deur 'n volhoubare, plantaardige, veganistiese dieet aan te neem, sal klimaatsverandering omgekeer word, gesondheid bevorder en probleme met voedseltekort aangespreek word."

Die skrywers is baie trots op hul stad en deel 'n indrukwekkende lys van twee bladsye van die 55 veganistiese restaurante in NYC.

Die NYC Vegan-kookboek is 'n grafiese plesier met oog-aantreklike, volkleurfoto's van baie van die geregte, verryk met 'n aantreklike kosstyl. Elke hoofstuk word ingevoer met 'n swart en wit foto van 'n opvallende New York -toneel. Reseptitels en hul dubbele lyngrense verskyn in groot baksteenrooi letters. 'N Regte pluspunt is die genommerde resepaanwysings, groot breuke wat maklik leesbaar is en hoofnotas wat dikwels 'n tikkie geskiedenis van die resep gee en 'n plesier is om te lees.

NYC Veganisties bring 'n enorme aanbod van die beroemde kosse van New York op 'n persoonlike manier na die veganistiese tafel. Die skrywers deel hul liefde vir die stad hartlik en presteer daarin om 'n voorsmakie van NYC te bring aan diegene wat nog nooit die bruisende Big Apple besoek het nie. Of dit nou Blintzes, Pierogis of New York -kaaskoek is, 'n mens wil hê, die resep is in 'n groot veganistiese styl in die boek!


3 geliefde veganistiese bakkerye in New York - resepte

Skrywers Michael Suchman en Ethan Ciment het op 'n idee besluit om 'n veganistiese kookboek te skep wat die verskillende kookkuns van hul geliefde New York -stad beklemtoon. Die resultaat is NYC Veganisties, 'n kookboek wat na 'n menigte unieke kombuise in die stad kyk en die tradisionele kookkuns van die groot appel in veganiese lekkernye verander.

Beide skrywers woon in New York en lei professionele lewens. Michael is 'n gesertifiseerde vegan lewensafrigter en opvoeder. Ethan is 'n pediatriese chirurg. Tog het hulle tyd gemaak om die gewilde blog VeganMos 'n kuberhuis te skep vir heerlike veganistiese maaltye wat hulle graag vir hulself en vriende voorberei.

Na 'n ete saam met vriende wat hulle aangemoedig het om 'n kookboek te skryf, kry hulle 'n idee wat onmiddellik aanklank vind. Geïnspireer deur die uiteenlopende etniese buurte en restaurante van New York, het hulle begin met die maak van veganistiese geregte wat die talle kookkuns van die stad vier.

Die skrywers veganiseer bekende geregte soos Waldorfslaai, Reuben -toebroodjie, generaal Tso se hoender en eiers Benedict wat so lank gelede in New York ontstaan ​​het, dat hul wortels vergeet is. Omdat New York so 'n voedsel -mekka is, het die stad 'n ryk smaak gegee om hulle te inspireer.

Die eerste hoofstuk behandel veganiese basiese beginsels soos neutmelk, pizzadeeg, basiese seitan, parmesaan, ricotta en ham, wat later 'n integrale deel word van ikoniese New Yorkse disse soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke en Chick'n Pot Pie.

Dit is bekend dat New York 'n 24 -uur -stad is waar almal ontbyt om 3 uur en 8 uur die oggend kan bestel. Bekende gunstelinge soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke, Kaasblintes en Spek, Broccoli en Cheddar Frittata lok bekende ontbytpublieke. Is iemand honger vir Italiaanse Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei of New York-styl bagels? Met NYC Veganisties in die kombuis kan enigiemand hierdie bekende kos tuis maak.

Voordat die egpaar vegan was, was oom Nick se gunsteling eetplek in die teaterdistrik waar hulle die Avgolemono -sop verslind het, 'n Griekse spesialiteit gemaak met hoender, suurlemoen en rys. Hulle smaaklike weergawe bevat rys, suurlemoensap en suurlemoenskil, maar word veganisties met hul tuisgemaakte Chicken-Style Seitan in die eerste hoofstuk.

Die Power Lunch-hoofstuk bring die wêreld 'n bietjie nader met gevestigde gunstelinge soos Minestrone-soep, Toskaanse wit boontjiesop en Caprese-slaai uit Italië. Die diversiteit van die stad word lewendig met Miso Groentesop uit Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup uit Europa en New York se eie Manhattan Glam Chowder. Straatvoedsel soos Arepas uit Columbia, Falafel uit Israel en Knishes, 'n Joodse spesialiteit van Lower East Side, is onder die onweerstaanbare middagete -gunstelinge.

Vir aandete verander hierdie bekwame paar tradisionele standaarde soos Lasagne, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo en Brisket in bevredigende veganistiese hoofgeregte wat nie op smaak smaak nie. Tofu Ricotta vervang die Italiaanse ricotta vir die lasagne, terwyl Chick'n Style Seitan instaan ​​vir die hoender in Chick'n Pot Pie en General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo se bekende varkvarkies word maklik veganisties met gekruide seitan.

In Farmer's Market noem Ethan sy Hongaarse wortels en deel sy ouma Regina se heerlike aartappels Paprikash wat volgens almal wat dit proe, as legendaries beskou word. Hy het ook sy ouma se resep vir aartappel Latkes aangepas. In hierdie afdeling kan huiskokke dit geniet om Callaloo in die Karibiese styl te maak met Okra, Israeliese slaai en Colcannon.

Almal wat in 'n delikatesse in New York geëet het, het heel waarskynlik halfsuur piekels geniet. Vertel dat Michael en Ethan die resep gee sodat almal tuis piekniekgenot kan geniet.

Die soet noot van die resepgedeelte is How Sweet It Is met aanwysings vir die maak van veganistiese Churros, 'n geliefde Mexikaanse soet! Byna elke eetplek in New York het appeltert op die spyskaart, maar niemand kan dit vergelyk met die tuisgemaakte Big Apple Pie van Ethan se ouma nie, gemaak met appels wat in die staat New York verbou is! Hierdie hoofstuk bevat ook boeiende lekkernye soos Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices en Mandelbrodt. Die laaste resep in die nagereg-afdeling is Zeppole, 'n jarelange straatfees-lekkerny wat gemaak is van gebraaide bolletjies deeg wat in poedersuiker gerol is-en dit is veganisties.

Die volgende bladsye bevat skrywerverklarings wat uitdruk hoe betekenisvol dit is om veganisties te wees vir hul lewens en waarom veganisme vir New York belangrik is. Hulle noem hartsiektes, vetsug, hoë bloeddruk, die omgewingskoste van dierlike landbou, metaan- en kweekhuisgasse en die sielkundige impak van die werk in slagplase. Michael en Ethan glo: "Deur 'n volhoubare, plantaardige, veganistiese dieet aan te neem, sal klimaatsverandering omgekeer word, gesondheid bevorder en probleme met voedseltekort aangespreek word."

Die skrywers is baie trots op hul stad en deel 'n indrukwekkende lys van twee bladsye van die 55 veganistiese restaurante in NYC.

Die NYC Vegan-kookboek is 'n grafiese plesier met oog-aantreklike, volkleurfoto's van baie van die geregte, verryk met 'n aantreklike kosstyl. Elke hoofstuk word ingevoer met 'n swart en wit foto van 'n opvallende New York -toneel. Reseptitels en hul dubbele lyngrense verskyn in groot baksteenrooi letters. 'N Ware pluspunt is die genommerde resepaanwysings, groot breuke wat maklik leesbaar is en hoofnotas wat dikwels 'n tikkie geskiedenis van die resep gee en 'n plesier is om te lees.

NYC Veganisties bring 'n enorme aanbod van die beroemde kosse van New York op 'n persoonlike manier na die veganistiese tafel. Die skrywers deel hul liefde vir die stad hartlik en presteer daarin om 'n voorsmakie van NYC te bring aan diegene wat nog nooit die bruisende Big Apple besoek het nie. Of dit nou Blintzes, Pierogis of New York -kaaskoek is, 'n mens wil hê, die resep is in 'n groot veganistiese styl in die boek!


3 Geliefde Vegan Bakeries in New York - resepte

Skrywers Michael Suchman en Ethan Ciment het op 'n idee besluit om 'n veganistiese kookboek te skep wat die verskillende kookkuns van hul geliefde New York -stad beklemtoon. Die resultaat is NYC Veganisties, 'n kookboek wat na 'n menigte unieke kombuise in die stad kyk en die tradisionele kookkuns van die groot appel in veganiese lekkernye verander.

Beide skrywers woon in New York en lei professionele lewens. Michael is 'n gesertifiseerde vegan lewensafrigter en opvoeder. Ethan is 'n pediatriese chirurg. Tog het hulle tyd gemaak om die gewilde blog VeganMos 'n kuberhuis te skep vir heerlike veganistiese maaltye wat hulle graag vir hulself en vriende voorberei.

Na 'n ete saam met vriende wat hulle aangemoedig het om 'n kookboek te skryf, kry hulle 'n idee wat onmiddellik aanklank vind. Geïnspireer deur die uiteenlopende etniese buurte en restaurante van New York, het hulle begin met die maak van veganistiese geregte wat die talle kookkuns van die stad vier.

Die skrywers veganiseer bekende geregte soos Waldorfslaai, Reuben -toebroodjie, generaal Tso se hoender en eiers Benedict wat so lank gelede in New York ontstaan ​​het, dat hul wortels vergeet is. Omdat New York so 'n voedsel -mekka is, het die stad 'n ryk smaak gegee om hulle te inspireer.

Die eerste hoofstuk behandel veganiese basiese beginsels soos neutmelk, pizzadeeg, basiese seitan, parmesaan, ricotta en ham, wat later 'n integrale deel word van ikoniese New Yorkse disse soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke en Chick'n Pot Pie.

Dit is bekend dat New York 'n 24 -uur -stad is waar almal ontbyt om 3 uur en 8 uur die oggend kan bestel. Bekende gunstelinge soos Diner-Style Pannekoeke, Kaasblintes en Spek, Broccoli en Cheddar Frittata lok bekende ontbytpublieke. Is iemand honger vir Italiaanse Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei of New York-styl bagels? Met NYC Veganisties in die kombuis kan enigiemand hierdie bekende kos tuis maak.

Voordat die egpaar vegan was, was oom Nick se gunsteling eetplek in die teaterdistrik waar hulle die Avgolemono -sop verslind het, 'n Griekse spesialiteit gemaak met hoender, suurlemoen en rys. Hulle smaaklike weergawe bevat rys, suurlemoensap en suurlemoenskil, maar word veganisties met hul tuisgemaakte Chicken-Style Seitan in die eerste hoofstuk.

Die Power Lunch-hoofstuk bring die wêreld 'n bietjie nader met gevestigde gunstelinge soos Minestrone-sop, Toskaanse wit boontjiesop en Caprese-slaai uit Italië. Die diversiteit van die stad word lewendig met Miso Groentesop uit Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup uit Europa en New York se eie Manhattan Glam Chowder. Straatvoedsel soos Arepas uit Columbia, Falafel uit Israel en Knishes, 'n Joodse spesialiteit in Lower East Side, is onder die onweerstaanbare middagete -gunstelinge.

Vir aandete verander hierdie vaardige paar tradisionele standaarde soos Lasagne, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo en Brisket in 'n bevredigende veganistiese hoofgereg wat nie te min smaak gee nie. Tofu Ricotta vervang die Italiaanse ricotta vir die lasagne, terwyl Chick'n Style Seitan instaan ​​vir die hoender in Chick'n Pot Pie en General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo se bekende varkvarkies word maklik veganisties met gekruide seitan.

In Farmer's Market noem Ethan sy Hongaarse wortels en deel sy ouma Regina se heerlike aartappels Paprikash wat volgens almal wat dit proe, as legendaries beskou word. Hy het ook sy ouma se resep vir aartappel Latkes aangepas. In hierdie afdeling kan huiskokke dit geniet om Callaloo in die Karibiese styl te maak met Okra, Israeliese slaai en Colcannon.

Almal wat in 'n New Yorkse lekkerny geëet het, het heel waarskynlik halfsuur piekels geniet. Vertel dat Michael en Ethan die resep gee sodat almal tuis piekniekgenot kan geniet.

Die soet noot van die resepgedeelte is How Sweet It Is met aanwysings vir die maak van veganistiese Churros, 'n geliefde Mexikaanse soet! Byna elke eetplek in New York het appeltert op die spyskaart, maar niemand kan dit vergelyk met die tuisgemaakte Big Apple Pie van Ethan se ouma nie, gemaak met appels wat in die staat New York verbou is! Hierdie hoofstuk bevat ook boeiende lekkernye soos Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices en Mandelbrodt. Die laaste resep in die nagereg-afdeling is Zeppole, 'n jarelange straatfees-lekkerny wat gemaak is van gebakte deeg wat in poedersuiker gerol is-en dit is tot in die algemeen veganisties.

Die volgende bladsye bevat skrywerverklarings wat uitdruk hoe betekenisvol dit is om veganisties te wees vir hul lewens en waarom veganisme vir New York belangrik is. Hulle noem hartsiektes, vetsug, hoë bloeddruk, die omgewingskoste van dierlike landbou, metaan- en kweekhuisgasse en die sielkundige impak van die werk in slagplase. Michael en Ethan glo: "Deur 'n volhoubare, plantaardige, veganistiese dieet aan te neem, sal klimaatsverandering omgekeer word, gesondheid bevorder en probleme met voedseltekort aangespreek word."

Die skrywers is baie trots op hul stad en deel 'n indrukwekkende lys van twee bladsye van die 55 veganistiese restaurante in NYC.

Die NYC Vegan-kookboek is 'n grafiese plesier met oog-aantreklike, volkleurfoto's van baie van die geregte, verryk met 'n aantreklike kosstyl. Elke hoofstuk word ingevoer met 'n swart en wit foto van 'n opvallende New York -toneel. Reseptitels en hul dubbele lyngrense verskyn in groot baksteenrooi letters. 'N Ware pluspunt is die genommerde resepaanwysings, groot breuke wat maklik leesbaar is en hoofnotas wat dikwels 'n tikkie geskiedenis van die resep gee en 'n plesier is om te lees.

NYC Veganisties bring 'n enorme aanbod van die beroemde kosse van New York op 'n persoonlike manier na die veganistiese tafel. Die skrywers deel hul liefde vir die stad hartlik en presteer daarin om 'n voorsmakie van NYC te bring aan diegene wat nog nooit die bruisende Big Apple besoek het nie. Of dit nou Blintzes, Pierogis of New York -kaaskoek is, 'n mens wil hê, die resep is in 'n groot veganistiese styl in die boek!


3 Beloved New York City Vegan Bakeries - Recipes

Authors Michael Suchman and Ethan Ciment acted on an idea to create a vegan cookbook that would highlight the various cuisines of their beloved New York City. The result is NYC Vegan, a cookbook that peeks into a multitude of unique kitchens throughout the city and turns traditional cuisines of the Big Apple into vegan delights.

Both authors live in New York City and lead professional lives. Michael is a certified vegan life coach and educator. Ethan is a podiatric surgeon. Yet, they made time to create the popular blog VeganMos a cyberhome for delicious vegan meals they enjoy preparing for themselves and friends.

Following a dinner party with friends who encouraged them to write a cookbook, they struck on an idea that resonated immediately. Inspired by New York's diverse ethnic neighborhoods and restaurants, they began creating vegan dishes that celebrate the numerous cuisines of the city.

The authors veganize familiar dishes like Waldorf salad, Reuben sandwich, General Tso's chicken, and eggs Benedict that originated in New York so long ago their roots were forgotten. Because New York is such a food Mecca, the city provided a rich palate to inspire them.

The first chapter covers vegan basics like nut milk, pizza dough, basic seitan, Parmesan, ricotta, and ham that later become an integral part of iconic New York dishes like Diner-Style Pancakes and Chick'n Pot Pie.

New York is known to be a 24 hour city where anyone can order breakfast at 3 a.m. as well as 8 in the morning. Tempting the breakfast crowd are well-known favorites like Diner-Style Pancakes, Cheese Blintzes, and Bacon, Broccoli, and Cheddar Frittata. Anyone hungry for Italian Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei, or New York-Style Bagels? Met NYC Vegan in the kitchen, anyone can make these familiar foods at home.

Before the couple was vegan, one of their favorite dining spots was Uncle Nick's in the Theater District where they devoured the Avgolemono Soup, a Greek specialty made with chicken, lemon, and rice. Their tasty version features rice, lemon juice, and lemon zest, but turns vegan with their homemade Chicken-Style Seitan featured in the first chapter.

The Power Lunch chapter brings the world a little closer with well-established favorites like Minestrone Soup, Tuscan White Bean Soup, and Caprese Salad from Italy. The city's diversity comes alive with Miso Vegetable Soup from Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup from Europe, and New York's own Manhattan Glam Chowder. Street foods like Arepas from Columbia, Falafel from Israel, and Knishes, a Lower East Side Jewish specialty are included among the irresistible lunch favorites.

For dinner, this skillful pair turns traditional standards like Lasagna, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo, and Brisket into satisfying vegan main dishes that don't skimp on flavor. Tofu Ricotta replaces the Italian ricotta for the Lasagna, while Chick'n Style Seitan stands in for the chicken in Chick'n Pot Pie and General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo's familiar pork cracklings easily morph into vegan with seasoned seitan.

In Farmer's Market, Ethan mentions his Hungarian roots and shares his Grandmother Regina's delicious Potatoes Paprikash considered legendary according to everyone who tastes it. He also adapted his grandmother's recipe for potato Latkes. In this section, home chefs can enjoy making Caribbean-Style Callaloo with Okra, Israeli Salad, and Colcannon.

Anyone who's eaten in a New York deli has most likely enjoyed half-sour pickles. Count on Michael and Ethan to provide the recipe for everyone to enjoy pickle pleasures at home.

Ending the recipe section on a sweet note is How Sweet It Is with directions for making vegan Churros, a well-loved Mexican sweet! Nearly every diner in New York City has apple pie on the menu, but none compare to Ethan's grandmother's homemade Big Apple Pie made with apples grown in New York State! This chapter also features compelling sweet treats like Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices, and Mandelbrodt. The final recipe in the dessert section is Zeppole, a long-standing street festival treat made of fried balls of dough rolled in powdered sugar--and they're vegan to the core.

The following pages feature author statements expressing how meaningful being vegan is to their lives and why being vegan matters to New York City. They mention heart disease, obesity, high blood pressure, the environmental cost of animal agriculture, methane and greenhouse gasses and the psychological impact of working in slaughterhouses. Michael and Ethan believe, "Adopting a sustainable plant-based, vegan diet will reverse climate change, promote health, and address issues of food scarcity."

Very proud of their city, the authors share an impressive two-page listing of the 55 vegan restaurants in NYC.

The NYC Vegan cookbook is a graphic delight with eye-appealing, full-color photos of many of the dishes enhanced with attractive food styling. Each chapter is introduced with a black and white photo of a notable New York scene. Recipe titles and their double-line borders appear in large brick-red letters. A real plus is numbered recipe directions, large fractions easy to read, and head notes that often provide a touch of the recipe's history and are a pleasure to read.

NYC Vegan brings a colossal offering of New York's famous foods to the vegan table in such a personal way. The authors warmly share their love of the city and excel in bringing a taste of NYC to those who have never visited the bustling Big Apple. Whether it's Blintzes, Pierogis, or New York Cheesecake one might crave, the recipe is in the book in grand vegan style!


3 Beloved New York City Vegan Bakeries - Recipes

Authors Michael Suchman and Ethan Ciment acted on an idea to create a vegan cookbook that would highlight the various cuisines of their beloved New York City. The result is NYC Vegan, a cookbook that peeks into a multitude of unique kitchens throughout the city and turns traditional cuisines of the Big Apple into vegan delights.

Both authors live in New York City and lead professional lives. Michael is a certified vegan life coach and educator. Ethan is a podiatric surgeon. Yet, they made time to create the popular blog VeganMos a cyberhome for delicious vegan meals they enjoy preparing for themselves and friends.

Following a dinner party with friends who encouraged them to write a cookbook, they struck on an idea that resonated immediately. Inspired by New York's diverse ethnic neighborhoods and restaurants, they began creating vegan dishes that celebrate the numerous cuisines of the city.

The authors veganize familiar dishes like Waldorf salad, Reuben sandwich, General Tso's chicken, and eggs Benedict that originated in New York so long ago their roots were forgotten. Because New York is such a food Mecca, the city provided a rich palate to inspire them.

The first chapter covers vegan basics like nut milk, pizza dough, basic seitan, Parmesan, ricotta, and ham that later become an integral part of iconic New York dishes like Diner-Style Pancakes and Chick'n Pot Pie.

New York is known to be a 24 hour city where anyone can order breakfast at 3 a.m. as well as 8 in the morning. Tempting the breakfast crowd are well-known favorites like Diner-Style Pancakes, Cheese Blintzes, and Bacon, Broccoli, and Cheddar Frittata. Anyone hungry for Italian Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei, or New York-Style Bagels? Met NYC Vegan in the kitchen, anyone can make these familiar foods at home.

Before the couple was vegan, one of their favorite dining spots was Uncle Nick's in the Theater District where they devoured the Avgolemono Soup, a Greek specialty made with chicken, lemon, and rice. Their tasty version features rice, lemon juice, and lemon zest, but turns vegan with their homemade Chicken-Style Seitan featured in the first chapter.

The Power Lunch chapter brings the world a little closer with well-established favorites like Minestrone Soup, Tuscan White Bean Soup, and Caprese Salad from Italy. The city's diversity comes alive with Miso Vegetable Soup from Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup from Europe, and New York's own Manhattan Glam Chowder. Street foods like Arepas from Columbia, Falafel from Israel, and Knishes, a Lower East Side Jewish specialty are included among the irresistible lunch favorites.

For dinner, this skillful pair turns traditional standards like Lasagna, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo, and Brisket into satisfying vegan main dishes that don't skimp on flavor. Tofu Ricotta replaces the Italian ricotta for the Lasagna, while Chick'n Style Seitan stands in for the chicken in Chick'n Pot Pie and General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo's familiar pork cracklings easily morph into vegan with seasoned seitan.

In Farmer's Market, Ethan mentions his Hungarian roots and shares his Grandmother Regina's delicious Potatoes Paprikash considered legendary according to everyone who tastes it. He also adapted his grandmother's recipe for potato Latkes. In this section, home chefs can enjoy making Caribbean-Style Callaloo with Okra, Israeli Salad, and Colcannon.

Anyone who's eaten in a New York deli has most likely enjoyed half-sour pickles. Count on Michael and Ethan to provide the recipe for everyone to enjoy pickle pleasures at home.

Ending the recipe section on a sweet note is How Sweet It Is with directions for making vegan Churros, a well-loved Mexican sweet! Nearly every diner in New York City has apple pie on the menu, but none compare to Ethan's grandmother's homemade Big Apple Pie made with apples grown in New York State! This chapter also features compelling sweet treats like Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices, and Mandelbrodt. The final recipe in the dessert section is Zeppole, a long-standing street festival treat made of fried balls of dough rolled in powdered sugar--and they're vegan to the core.

The following pages feature author statements expressing how meaningful being vegan is to their lives and why being vegan matters to New York City. They mention heart disease, obesity, high blood pressure, the environmental cost of animal agriculture, methane and greenhouse gasses and the psychological impact of working in slaughterhouses. Michael and Ethan believe, "Adopting a sustainable plant-based, vegan diet will reverse climate change, promote health, and address issues of food scarcity."

Very proud of their city, the authors share an impressive two-page listing of the 55 vegan restaurants in NYC.

The NYC Vegan cookbook is a graphic delight with eye-appealing, full-color photos of many of the dishes enhanced with attractive food styling. Each chapter is introduced with a black and white photo of a notable New York scene. Recipe titles and their double-line borders appear in large brick-red letters. A real plus is numbered recipe directions, large fractions easy to read, and head notes that often provide a touch of the recipe's history and are a pleasure to read.

NYC Vegan brings a colossal offering of New York's famous foods to the vegan table in such a personal way. The authors warmly share their love of the city and excel in bringing a taste of NYC to those who have never visited the bustling Big Apple. Whether it's Blintzes, Pierogis, or New York Cheesecake one might crave, the recipe is in the book in grand vegan style!


3 Beloved New York City Vegan Bakeries - Recipes

Authors Michael Suchman and Ethan Ciment acted on an idea to create a vegan cookbook that would highlight the various cuisines of their beloved New York City. The result is NYC Vegan, a cookbook that peeks into a multitude of unique kitchens throughout the city and turns traditional cuisines of the Big Apple into vegan delights.

Both authors live in New York City and lead professional lives. Michael is a certified vegan life coach and educator. Ethan is a podiatric surgeon. Yet, they made time to create the popular blog VeganMos a cyberhome for delicious vegan meals they enjoy preparing for themselves and friends.

Following a dinner party with friends who encouraged them to write a cookbook, they struck on an idea that resonated immediately. Inspired by New York's diverse ethnic neighborhoods and restaurants, they began creating vegan dishes that celebrate the numerous cuisines of the city.

The authors veganize familiar dishes like Waldorf salad, Reuben sandwich, General Tso's chicken, and eggs Benedict that originated in New York so long ago their roots were forgotten. Because New York is such a food Mecca, the city provided a rich palate to inspire them.

The first chapter covers vegan basics like nut milk, pizza dough, basic seitan, Parmesan, ricotta, and ham that later become an integral part of iconic New York dishes like Diner-Style Pancakes and Chick'n Pot Pie.

New York is known to be a 24 hour city where anyone can order breakfast at 3 a.m. as well as 8 in the morning. Tempting the breakfast crowd are well-known favorites like Diner-Style Pancakes, Cheese Blintzes, and Bacon, Broccoli, and Cheddar Frittata. Anyone hungry for Italian Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei, or New York-Style Bagels? Met NYC Vegan in the kitchen, anyone can make these familiar foods at home.

Before the couple was vegan, one of their favorite dining spots was Uncle Nick's in the Theater District where they devoured the Avgolemono Soup, a Greek specialty made with chicken, lemon, and rice. Their tasty version features rice, lemon juice, and lemon zest, but turns vegan with their homemade Chicken-Style Seitan featured in the first chapter.

The Power Lunch chapter brings the world a little closer with well-established favorites like Minestrone Soup, Tuscan White Bean Soup, and Caprese Salad from Italy. The city's diversity comes alive with Miso Vegetable Soup from Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup from Europe, and New York's own Manhattan Glam Chowder. Street foods like Arepas from Columbia, Falafel from Israel, and Knishes, a Lower East Side Jewish specialty are included among the irresistible lunch favorites.

For dinner, this skillful pair turns traditional standards like Lasagna, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo, and Brisket into satisfying vegan main dishes that don't skimp on flavor. Tofu Ricotta replaces the Italian ricotta for the Lasagna, while Chick'n Style Seitan stands in for the chicken in Chick'n Pot Pie and General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo's familiar pork cracklings easily morph into vegan with seasoned seitan.

In Farmer's Market, Ethan mentions his Hungarian roots and shares his Grandmother Regina's delicious Potatoes Paprikash considered legendary according to everyone who tastes it. He also adapted his grandmother's recipe for potato Latkes. In this section, home chefs can enjoy making Caribbean-Style Callaloo with Okra, Israeli Salad, and Colcannon.

Anyone who's eaten in a New York deli has most likely enjoyed half-sour pickles. Count on Michael and Ethan to provide the recipe for everyone to enjoy pickle pleasures at home.

Ending the recipe section on a sweet note is How Sweet It Is with directions for making vegan Churros, a well-loved Mexican sweet! Nearly every diner in New York City has apple pie on the menu, but none compare to Ethan's grandmother's homemade Big Apple Pie made with apples grown in New York State! This chapter also features compelling sweet treats like Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices, and Mandelbrodt. The final recipe in the dessert section is Zeppole, a long-standing street festival treat made of fried balls of dough rolled in powdered sugar--and they're vegan to the core.

The following pages feature author statements expressing how meaningful being vegan is to their lives and why being vegan matters to New York City. They mention heart disease, obesity, high blood pressure, the environmental cost of animal agriculture, methane and greenhouse gasses and the psychological impact of working in slaughterhouses. Michael and Ethan believe, "Adopting a sustainable plant-based, vegan diet will reverse climate change, promote health, and address issues of food scarcity."

Very proud of their city, the authors share an impressive two-page listing of the 55 vegan restaurants in NYC.

The NYC Vegan cookbook is a graphic delight with eye-appealing, full-color photos of many of the dishes enhanced with attractive food styling. Each chapter is introduced with a black and white photo of a notable New York scene. Recipe titles and their double-line borders appear in large brick-red letters. A real plus is numbered recipe directions, large fractions easy to read, and head notes that often provide a touch of the recipe's history and are a pleasure to read.

NYC Vegan brings a colossal offering of New York's famous foods to the vegan table in such a personal way. The authors warmly share their love of the city and excel in bringing a taste of NYC to those who have never visited the bustling Big Apple. Whether it's Blintzes, Pierogis, or New York Cheesecake one might crave, the recipe is in the book in grand vegan style!


3 Beloved New York City Vegan Bakeries - Recipes

Authors Michael Suchman and Ethan Ciment acted on an idea to create a vegan cookbook that would highlight the various cuisines of their beloved New York City. The result is NYC Vegan, a cookbook that peeks into a multitude of unique kitchens throughout the city and turns traditional cuisines of the Big Apple into vegan delights.

Both authors live in New York City and lead professional lives. Michael is a certified vegan life coach and educator. Ethan is a podiatric surgeon. Yet, they made time to create the popular blog VeganMos a cyberhome for delicious vegan meals they enjoy preparing for themselves and friends.

Following a dinner party with friends who encouraged them to write a cookbook, they struck on an idea that resonated immediately. Inspired by New York's diverse ethnic neighborhoods and restaurants, they began creating vegan dishes that celebrate the numerous cuisines of the city.

The authors veganize familiar dishes like Waldorf salad, Reuben sandwich, General Tso's chicken, and eggs Benedict that originated in New York so long ago their roots were forgotten. Because New York is such a food Mecca, the city provided a rich palate to inspire them.

The first chapter covers vegan basics like nut milk, pizza dough, basic seitan, Parmesan, ricotta, and ham that later become an integral part of iconic New York dishes like Diner-Style Pancakes and Chick'n Pot Pie.

New York is known to be a 24 hour city where anyone can order breakfast at 3 a.m. as well as 8 in the morning. Tempting the breakfast crowd are well-known favorites like Diner-Style Pancakes, Cheese Blintzes, and Bacon, Broccoli, and Cheddar Frittata. Anyone hungry for Italian Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei, or New York-Style Bagels? Met NYC Vegan in the kitchen, anyone can make these familiar foods at home.

Before the couple was vegan, one of their favorite dining spots was Uncle Nick's in the Theater District where they devoured the Avgolemono Soup, a Greek specialty made with chicken, lemon, and rice. Their tasty version features rice, lemon juice, and lemon zest, but turns vegan with their homemade Chicken-Style Seitan featured in the first chapter.

The Power Lunch chapter brings the world a little closer with well-established favorites like Minestrone Soup, Tuscan White Bean Soup, and Caprese Salad from Italy. The city's diversity comes alive with Miso Vegetable Soup from Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup from Europe, and New York's own Manhattan Glam Chowder. Street foods like Arepas from Columbia, Falafel from Israel, and Knishes, a Lower East Side Jewish specialty are included among the irresistible lunch favorites.

For dinner, this skillful pair turns traditional standards like Lasagna, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo, and Brisket into satisfying vegan main dishes that don't skimp on flavor. Tofu Ricotta replaces the Italian ricotta for the Lasagna, while Chick'n Style Seitan stands in for the chicken in Chick'n Pot Pie and General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo's familiar pork cracklings easily morph into vegan with seasoned seitan.

In Farmer's Market, Ethan mentions his Hungarian roots and shares his Grandmother Regina's delicious Potatoes Paprikash considered legendary according to everyone who tastes it. He also adapted his grandmother's recipe for potato Latkes. In this section, home chefs can enjoy making Caribbean-Style Callaloo with Okra, Israeli Salad, and Colcannon.

Anyone who's eaten in a New York deli has most likely enjoyed half-sour pickles. Count on Michael and Ethan to provide the recipe for everyone to enjoy pickle pleasures at home.

Ending the recipe section on a sweet note is How Sweet It Is with directions for making vegan Churros, a well-loved Mexican sweet! Nearly every diner in New York City has apple pie on the menu, but none compare to Ethan's grandmother's homemade Big Apple Pie made with apples grown in New York State! This chapter also features compelling sweet treats like Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices, and Mandelbrodt. The final recipe in the dessert section is Zeppole, a long-standing street festival treat made of fried balls of dough rolled in powdered sugar--and they're vegan to the core.

The following pages feature author statements expressing how meaningful being vegan is to their lives and why being vegan matters to New York City. They mention heart disease, obesity, high blood pressure, the environmental cost of animal agriculture, methane and greenhouse gasses and the psychological impact of working in slaughterhouses. Michael and Ethan believe, "Adopting a sustainable plant-based, vegan diet will reverse climate change, promote health, and address issues of food scarcity."

Very proud of their city, the authors share an impressive two-page listing of the 55 vegan restaurants in NYC.

The NYC Vegan cookbook is a graphic delight with eye-appealing, full-color photos of many of the dishes enhanced with attractive food styling. Each chapter is introduced with a black and white photo of a notable New York scene. Recipe titles and their double-line borders appear in large brick-red letters. A real plus is numbered recipe directions, large fractions easy to read, and head notes that often provide a touch of the recipe's history and are a pleasure to read.

NYC Vegan brings a colossal offering of New York's famous foods to the vegan table in such a personal way. The authors warmly share their love of the city and excel in bringing a taste of NYC to those who have never visited the bustling Big Apple. Whether it's Blintzes, Pierogis, or New York Cheesecake one might crave, the recipe is in the book in grand vegan style!


3 Beloved New York City Vegan Bakeries - Recipes

Authors Michael Suchman and Ethan Ciment acted on an idea to create a vegan cookbook that would highlight the various cuisines of their beloved New York City. The result is NYC Vegan, a cookbook that peeks into a multitude of unique kitchens throughout the city and turns traditional cuisines of the Big Apple into vegan delights.

Both authors live in New York City and lead professional lives. Michael is a certified vegan life coach and educator. Ethan is a podiatric surgeon. Yet, they made time to create the popular blog VeganMos a cyberhome for delicious vegan meals they enjoy preparing for themselves and friends.

Following a dinner party with friends who encouraged them to write a cookbook, they struck on an idea that resonated immediately. Inspired by New York's diverse ethnic neighborhoods and restaurants, they began creating vegan dishes that celebrate the numerous cuisines of the city.

The authors veganize familiar dishes like Waldorf salad, Reuben sandwich, General Tso's chicken, and eggs Benedict that originated in New York so long ago their roots were forgotten. Because New York is such a food Mecca, the city provided a rich palate to inspire them.

The first chapter covers vegan basics like nut milk, pizza dough, basic seitan, Parmesan, ricotta, and ham that later become an integral part of iconic New York dishes like Diner-Style Pancakes and Chick'n Pot Pie.

New York is known to be a 24 hour city where anyone can order breakfast at 3 a.m. as well as 8 in the morning. Tempting the breakfast crowd are well-known favorites like Diner-Style Pancakes, Cheese Blintzes, and Bacon, Broccoli, and Cheddar Frittata. Anyone hungry for Italian Tofu Scramble, Tofu Benedict, Matzoh Brei, or New York-Style Bagels? Met NYC Vegan in the kitchen, anyone can make these familiar foods at home.

Before the couple was vegan, one of their favorite dining spots was Uncle Nick's in the Theater District where they devoured the Avgolemono Soup, a Greek specialty made with chicken, lemon, and rice. Their tasty version features rice, lemon juice, and lemon zest, but turns vegan with their homemade Chicken-Style Seitan featured in the first chapter.

The Power Lunch chapter brings the world a little closer with well-established favorites like Minestrone Soup, Tuscan White Bean Soup, and Caprese Salad from Italy. The city's diversity comes alive with Miso Vegetable Soup from Japan, New Fashioned Jewish Chick'n Soup from Europe, and New York's own Manhattan Glam Chowder. Street foods like Arepas from Columbia, Falafel from Israel, and Knishes, a Lower East Side Jewish specialty are included among the irresistible lunch favorites.

For dinner, this skillful pair turns traditional standards like Lasagna, Chicken Pot Pie, Mofongo, and Brisket into satisfying vegan main dishes that don't skimp on flavor. Tofu Ricotta replaces the Italian ricotta for the Lasagna, while Chick'n Style Seitan stands in for the chicken in Chick'n Pot Pie and General Tso's Chicken. Mofongo's familiar pork cracklings easily morph into vegan with seasoned seitan.

In Farmer's Market, Ethan mentions his Hungarian roots and shares his Grandmother Regina's delicious Potatoes Paprikash considered legendary according to everyone who tastes it. He also adapted his grandmother's recipe for potato Latkes. In this section, home chefs can enjoy making Caribbean-Style Callaloo with Okra, Israeli Salad, and Colcannon.

Anyone who's eaten in a New York deli has most likely enjoyed half-sour pickles. Count on Michael and Ethan to provide the recipe for everyone to enjoy pickle pleasures at home.

Ending the recipe section on a sweet note is How Sweet It Is with directions for making vegan Churros, a well-loved Mexican sweet! Nearly every diner in New York City has apple pie on the menu, but none compare to Ethan's grandmother's homemade Big Apple Pie made with apples grown in New York State! This chapter also features compelling sweet treats like Caramel Corn, Brooklyn Egg Cream, Italian Ices, and Mandelbrodt. The final recipe in the dessert section is Zeppole, a long-standing street festival treat made of fried balls of dough rolled in powdered sugar--and they're vegan to the core.

The following pages feature author statements expressing how meaningful being vegan is to their lives and why being vegan matters to New York City. They mention heart disease, obesity, high blood pressure, the environmental cost of animal agriculture, methane and greenhouse gasses and the psychological impact of working in slaughterhouses. Michael and Ethan believe, "Adopting a sustainable plant-based, vegan diet will reverse climate change, promote health, and address issues of food scarcity."

Very proud of their city, the authors share an impressive two-page listing of the 55 vegan restaurants in NYC.

The NYC Vegan cookbook is a graphic delight with eye-appealing, full-color photos of many of the dishes enhanced with attractive food styling. Each chapter is introduced with a black and white photo of a notable New York scene. Recipe titles and their double-line borders appear in large brick-red letters. A real plus is numbered recipe directions, large fractions easy to read, and head notes that often provide a touch of the recipe's history and are a pleasure to read.

NYC Vegan brings a colossal offering of New York's famous foods to the vegan table in such a personal way. The authors warmly share their love of the city and excel in bringing a taste of NYC to those who have never visited the bustling Big Apple. Whether it's Blintzes, Pierogis, or New York Cheesecake one might crave, the recipe is in the book in grand vegan style!