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Vegan Deli

3.36 of 5 stars 3.36  ·  rating details  ·  45 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Acclaimed vegan cookbook author Joanne Stepaniak presents a rich legacy of meat- and dairy-free deli dishes using healthful, wholesome ingredients that echo authentic New York delicatessen flavor. Enjoy fresh and marinated salads, tempting spread, tangy pickles, hot noodle dishes, casseroles, and soups of every ilk.These dishes are perfect for lunches, brunches, buffets, p ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 15th 2001 by Book Publishing Company (TN) (first published 2001)
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Great creative dishes like Lentil and Walnut "Chopped Liver" which my entire family loves (even the non-vegetarians). It is a like vegan Jewish paradise with recipes for lokshen kugel (noodle pudding), mammaliga, vegan chicken noodle soup, and eggplant caviar. It is as if she were sitting at the right hand of my grandmother in her restaurant veganizing each dish. Mmmmmm!
I like the concept of this book: mix and match salads, spreads, and soups. Save yourself some money and prepare a few dishes from scratch rather than heading to the Whole Foods salad and hot bars. You'll have enough food to last the week!

My only complaint is the format of the book. I would have loved to see some pictures and a splashier layout.

Here are the first three dishes I tried.

Tunisian boiled salad: I loved the addition of caraway seeds to this salad, and the fact that it incorporates caul
2.5 stars

This is probably a great cookbook but it didn't thrill me. I hate salads, and honestly didn't know what to expect in a vegan deli cookbook, but it's mostly salads.
Good creative recipes for a not so vegan trying to be just a little more meat free (me), or anyone who just likes good food. Ahem. Vegan food.
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Joanne Stepaniak, M.S.Ed., is a writer, an educator, a cooking instructor, and the author of several cookbooks.
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