Tuesday 23 August 2016

Caribbean Vegan

Caribbean Vegan
Author: Taymer Mason
ISBN: 9781615193608
Publishing date: 29 November 2016

Hi Everyone

First I would like to thank Taymer Mason and the publishers for allowing me to view this fabulous book.  I love vegan food, my kids gain pleasure from calling me vegan-ish.  I first started looking into vegan recipes because my kids are allergic to nuts, milk and egg.  Vegan recipes accommodate for no egg and milk while incorporating loads of vegetables.

When I saw this book I was excited by 'Caribbean' as we come to the end of winter in my country, the sound of sun and food tempted me.  

Upon opening the book, I became even more tempted.  This book is beautiful and 'full' of recipes.  I have tried a few and they were easy to prepare and turned out divine.  Tonight we are having curried rice.  I am sure we will enjoy this as much as the other recipes I have given a go.

I am impressed by the flour recipes and the herbal tea recipes.  I am planning on trying most of these out as soon as I finish the assignment I am in the middle of writing.

The treats and dessert recipes have also grabbed my eye as all sweet food tends to do. 
Roll on summer when I have all the summer fruits to compliment these recipes.

Overall my opinion of this book is very high.  With beautiful pictures to compliment the fabulous 175 recipes that are easy to prepare, this is a book I would purchase for friends and family for Christmas.


Now in color and with 50 recipes new to this edition—vegan Caribbean fare that's delicious, spicy, and authentic

There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spices: With the right sauce or seasoning blend, everyday ingredients transform into unforgettable Caribbean delights.

A native Barbadian, Taymer Mason welcomes vegan home cooks to this rich tradition that combines African, French, Asian, and Indian influences with an unmistakable local flair. Covering a remarkable variety of tropical flavors and ingredients, Caribbean Vegan serves up 175 recipes—for every meal—that will spice up your diet like no other cookbook.
Sample the local flavors of Barbados, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Grenada, and the French West Indies.Island Tips explain the key ingredients, equipment, and techniques of Caribbean cuisine.50 all-new recipes include Caribbean Sushi, Beachside Fish Tacos, Apple Guava Crostata, and much more!

Happy reading

The earlier publication of Caribbean vegan is available through Amazon but I would recommend picking up a copy of this new edition which contains more recipes and would compliment your kitchen, where ever you live in the world.

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