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Vegan Dairy: Making Milk, Butter & Cheese from Nuts & Seeds (Hardcover)

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From fresh plant-based milk, to artisanal vegan cheese, from silky yogurts, and creams, to delicious nutty spreads and dips, join the new food revolution, and learn how to make delicious, dairy-free products at home with this fabulous, vegan cookbook.

Regardless whether you are vegan, lactose-intolerant, or just want to eat healthier for the sake of your own body, or the environment, this book will help to reinvigorate your cooking. Using only plant, seed, grain, or fruit-based ingredients, Vegan Dairy will enable you to take full control of your nutrition and diet, and help you to avoid unnecessary additives. Many of the recipes are very easy to make, and the ingredients can be sourced in your local supermarket. In addition to the countless health benefits to making your own vegan staples, you can create batch quantities, and save money.

With recipes like pistachio and spirulina milk, macadamia ricotta, coconut kefir drink, and vanilla and pecan butter, diversify your cooking with these vegan delights.

About the Author

Emelie Holm is a nutritional therapist, lecturer and cookery author. Having previously written about cooking without white sugar, Emilie's journey from sugary sweets to raw food treats, and vegan dairy products, will inspire anyone hoping to achieve a healthier lifestyle. She currently lives in Hong Kong.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781911624578
ISBN-10: 1911624571
Publisher: Pavilion
Publication Date: July 30th, 2019
Pages: 160