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You submitted the following rating and review. Travelers tend to be curious people. I am most comfortable, ironically, when I am tiptoeing out of my comfort zone, and that includes cooking.
As far as flavors go, I have my stalwart favorites, but I also love the wonder of discovering an exotic ingredient. It is humbling to see how people throughout the world have interpreted various ingredients into radically different foods. What are some of the cultural differences you have noticed in vegan cooking during your travels? What are some of your favorite foods that you discovered during your travels that you had never been exposed to before?
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I had fun tasting my first mangosteen in India. It looked like garlic, but was an explosion of juicy sweetness on my palate. And I loved sipping yerba mate from a gourd in Uruguay and Argentina. I think I liked the gourd more than the tea, though.
The US and the UK. And of course, it was a snap in China. What advice would you give someone who has never traveled out of the country before when it comes to finding vegan food? Do your research before leaving. Read up in guidebooks and visit Happy Cow to find vegan restaurant and market options.
And pack along some vegan non-perishable goodies for emergencies. I did a blog post with more specific tips. I love pasta — the regular, semolina, gluten-loaded kind, cooked al dente. Photo Hannah George. The author explains why she chooses different ingredients she keeps on hand and gives specific brands if she feels strongly that they are the best product and I learned some things. Instead of clumsily fumbling with the mixing, rolling, and crimping, juggling ingredients, dropping utensils, and ending up with more flour on your jeans than on your rolling surface, you will, in that flash, feel like a ballerina in a froufrou apron as you effortlessly turn out crust after crust, tiptoeing around your kitchen leaving a trail of fairy dust wherever you go.
Well, maybe not exactly. Pies and Tarts with Heart offers both sweet and savory vegan pie recipes. It gives valid explanations for the pie making steps with tips to make the steps easier.
There are three pages with excellent photographs explaining and illustrating decorative finishing touches for your pies. Following that are nine different recipes for crusts ranging from traditional, to gluten free, to grain based crusts. The remaining chapters divide the pie recipes into categories:.
My sister looked through the book and chose two pies to try. The classic pecan pie on page 88 proved a grand success. No eggs, only 2 T of corn syrup, and three other forms of sweetener made for a pie that held together well and tasted great.