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A dazzling array of quick and easy recipes for sumptuous dairy-free cheese substitutes and classic "uncheese" dishes. Amazing, imaginative and delicious. Surprisingly, the recipes are incredibly simple to make. Most just call for tossing a few ingredients into a blender. Joanne says, "If you can boil water and operate a small electrical appliance, you'll have no problem making these recipes!"
A compelling introduction explains why cheese and other dairy products are unwholesome, unhealthful, and as cruel (or more so) to the animals who produce the milk from which these products are made as meat production. This book should be a staple in every vegan kitchen.
Envision an extraordinary cheddary spread called Gee Whiz; a wheel of Gooda; creamy Havarti; oodles of luscious and quick fondues; creamy soups, dressings and sauces; gooey sandwiches; satisfying casseroles; eggless soufflés; and incredible, prize-winning desserts. With The Uncheese Cookbook you can, at long last, happily have your (un)cheese and eat it too!
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(Book Publishing Co., 192 pages)
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