Pros: Plenty of fresh vegan recipes to choose from. Nice glossary of ingredients. Nutrient information included on all recipes.
Cons: No photographs or illustrations. Ingredients can be difficult to find.
I enjoy eating Vegan even though I am not a Vegan. One of my sons is Vegan so finding new and exciting ways to prepare dishes he can thoroughly enjoy is rare. When I saw “The Chinese Vegan Kitchen,” by Donna Klein I was eager to delve into the pages and find new recipes that were tasty, doable, and fit within the rigorous guidelines of a Vegan’s diet. I was very pleased. Klein spent 11 months in China teaching English. While not teaching she was intermingling with the families and embracing their culture. I can’t think of a better way to learn a cultural cuisine than submerging yourself with the people. After all, isn’t food one of the ways we...(read more)