by Bryant Terry
Paperback, 223 pages, Perseus Books Group, List Price: $18.95 |
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Offers recipes for low-fat African American dishes made with fresh ingredients and minimal amounts of salt and refined sugar, along with tips on using healthy cooking techniques and buying local, seasonal products. Original.
November 25, 2009 The turkey is the unofficial symbol of Thanksgiving, but don't tell that to eco-chef Bryant Terry. He's the author of The Vegan Soul Kitchen. Terry shares tried and true holiday recipes with a vegetarian twist.
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March 3, 2009 Vegan soul food may sound like a contradiction in terms. But chef Bryant Terry says the vegan lifestyle and loving soul food aren't mutually exclusive. He's written a cookbook to help people navigate this cultural, culinary landscape.
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