Vegan Brunch: Homestyle Recipes Worth Waking Up For—From Asparagus Omelets to Pumpkin Pancakes

Vegan Brunch: Homestyle Recipes Worth Waking Up For—From Asparagus Omelets to Pumpkin Pancakes

Isa Chandra Moskowitz / Feb 18, 2020

Vegan Brunch Homestyle Recipes Worth Waking Up For From Asparagus Omelets to Pumpkin Pancakes Omelets French toast Bacon Brunch has always been about comfort calories and for vegans everywhere a feast of foods they can t touch Until now Bestselling vegan chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz unleashes

  • Title: Vegan Brunch: Homestyle Recipes Worth Waking Up For—From Asparagus Omelets to Pumpkin Pancakes
  • Author: Isa Chandra Moskowitz
  • ISBN: 9780738212722
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Paperback
  • Omelets French toast Bacon Brunch has always been about comfort, calories and for vegans everywhere, a feast of foods they can t touch Until now Bestselling vegan chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz unleashes her signature flair and ingenuity to give readers breakfast they won t find anywhere else, whether welcoming you from a late night on the town or waking you up for a mealOmelets French toast Bacon Brunch has always been about comfort, calories and for vegans everywhere, a feast of foods they can t touch Until now Bestselling vegan chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz unleashes her signature flair and ingenuity to give readers breakfast they won t find anywhere else, whether welcoming you from a late night on the town or waking you up for a meal you won t want to forget.Recipes range from the classic Pancakes and Waffles to the inspired Banana Rabanada to the decadent Pain au Chocolat to the essential Bloody Marys.The book also includes gluten free and soy free recipes With over 75 recipes suitable for one or to wow a crowd, and gorgeous color photos throughout, Vegan Brunch is the ultimate cookbook for the most important meal of the day.

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    1. This is an amazing cookbook. It probably improved the lives of a great many vegans who enjoy attending brunch potlucks. It's incredibly fun to bring something like the Tempeh Sausage Pastry Puffs (p. 129) to an omnivorous brunch potluck and explode everyone's brain with it.This ain't health food, and it never claimed to be. I've never been one to consume fancy breakfasts in the morning--much more of the breakfast-for-dinner type--and this book is great for that. Tell me you don't want to eat the [...]

    2. It's no secret that half the vegan universe drools over everything Isa Chandra Moskowitz touches - but there's good reason! This cookbook, once again, raises the bar for homemade vegan cooking, with singular emphasis on the most important meal of the day: brunch!!!!! Since my household is also part of the cult of Isa, we pre-ordered the book without absolutely no concerns or reservations as to the soundness of our investment. It arrived, and my wife & I held it between us, caressing it and s [...]

    3. This is a wonderful cookbook. I love this cookbook author’s other three books too, and I’m excited about her upcoming fifth vegan cookies book. This fourth one is just as great as the first three. Her recipes always look wonderful but what’s best about this cookbook (as with her others) is that she’s entertaining and she’s funny also. This book is beautiful and stylish. The layout and colors are gorgeous. The photos of the food are mouthwatering. The recipes I most want to try (in appr [...]

    4. As with most recipes I've tried of Isa Chandra's nothing has been disappointing. Here's what I've tried so far:~Mushroom & Spinach Tofu Omelet (time-consuming and a bit frustrating but totally worth it)~Mushroom Scrambled Tofu~Basic Scrambled Tofu (w/ lots of nutritional yeast; excellent & easy-peasy side dish)~Basic Scrambled Tempeh~Pesto Scrambled Tofu w/ Grape Tomatoes (I cheated & added some fresh mozzerella; it was amazing)~Buckwheat Pancakes (fluffy & delicious, not dry at [...]

    5. I bought this cookbook after coming across a number of its recipes on the web. It is fantastic! The very best thing about it is that the author introduced me to "black salt" (which is actually pink), known as Kala Namak, which smells and tastes exactly like hard boiled egg yolks. If the only things in this book had been the tip about black salt and the recipe for omelots (using chickpea flour, tofu, black salt, and a bunch of other things) it would have been worth the price. But it has a whole b [...]

    6. Read previously, but borrowed again to make new things (chocolate beer waffles with cashew cream), remind myself of old (sesame-yam scramble), invent variations on favorites (basic scrambled tempeh & roasted squash), or look at the pictures and think about how I want to make them for certain people on a lazy morning (crepes with lemon-berry filling).

    7. Like all of Isa Chandra Moscowitz's books, this one has quickly moved to the top of my list of favorite cookbooks. I find her to be one of the most reliable cookbook authors around -- I'm rarely disappointed when I use one of her recipes. Many of the recipes in this book make good lunches and dinners too -- not just brunch. My favorite ones so far include the Chesapeake tempeh cakes and the cauliflower and red pepper quiche.

    8. Even though I am no longer vegan and I will eat anything that swims, walks, crawls, flies, slithers, stumbles, or flat out flops onto a plate in front of me (SORRY VEGANS) I love, love, LOVE Isa Chandra Moskowitz and every book she puts her name on. The woman is that good. I heavily anticipate this release. I promise not to make bacon with any of my vegan brunches.

    9. I haven't yet gotten around to reviewing this cookbook - but you can see some of the dishes I've made from Vegan Brunch here: easyveganfo/tag/vegan-b

    10. Thanks to Susan for recommending this one! Great stuff. ETA: Made the Coffee Chip Muffins this morning. Delish!

    11. I found 3 or 4 recipes. All the rest contained foods I am allergic to or am avoiding for other health reasons. But I wish I could eat her waffles.

    12. Good, not great. Not as awful as Thug Kitchen. But after a year with this book I can't think of a single stand out recipe, and the ones that simply don't work outnumber those that do. Her pancake recipe for example will turn into a runny mess so I hope you like pseudocrêpes instead. You'll have to add more flour and use even less milk if you want fluffy pancakes.If you want a good Vegan recipe book, find the one by Americas Test Kitchen.

    13. All in all, this is a great cookbook that's accessible to beginning cooks and people new to the vegan lifestyle. While it's not as diverse as Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook, there's a lot going on in these pages. Here are my takes the first five recipes I've tried:Italian feast sausages: It's worth buying this book for this recipe alone, which is an easy technique to make sausage. I subbed extra vegetable broth and salt for the soy sauce to make it soy-free, and it was great, with the [...]

    14. I love this cookbook!!! Isa reigns supreme yet again with her appealing, easy-to-follow recipes for what is typically the most non-vegan meal of the day. As long as you and your friends & family are willing to make it all on a lazy late-morning Sunday, you will never miss out again on omelets, french toast, quiche, pancakes, tasty sides, pastries, etc etc. Add some OJ, coffee, conversation, and good tunes, and you are in brunchy heaven from construction to consumption, my friend. The recipe [...]

    15. After making seven recipes from this book, I now feel that I can rate it accordingly. Honestly, I think 4.5 stars is closer to how I feel, but I am generous and tend to round up. Breakfast has always been a favorite meal of mine, and brunch is a brilliant invention. I loved the variety of dishes in this book. Many of them are perfectly suitable for dinners as well (frittatas, quiches, roasted veggies, etc.) The stuffed poblano peppers were a favorite for dinner. I made the zucchini spelt muffins [...]

    16. Race you to the kitchen! Isa continues to turn out terrific vegan cookbooks, and I've barely begun to scratch the surface of Veganomicon, not to mention her fabulous Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World. She believes brunch is an ideal meal for sharing with family and friends. Vegan Brunch gives great ideas with just enough hand-holding for beginners, but enough challenge for experienced cooks as well. I prepared one of the dishes, Tofu Scramble, for breakfast at a recent family reunion, where it [...]

    17. Tomato Rosemary Scones: Very, very good. I'd like to substitute a little wheat flour in for all purpose next time. Polenta Rancheros: Delicious. The polenta is especially good using vegetable broth for the cooking water. I recommend Rapunzel Organ Vegan Vegetable Bouillon with Sea Salt and Herbs. I could eat one of those cubes all by itself. Two issues I had: (1)The tomato sauce/onion mixture is not runny enough to use an immersion blender in the pot unless you have a very deep pot and a lot of [...]

    18. Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s cookbook Vegan Brunch is a must for anyone who loves breakfast foods! Check this out if you’re looking for a classic meal like French toast, pancakes, waffles, and hash browns with a delicious vegan twist. Large, colorful photographs accompany many of the recipes. Ingredients are grocery store friendly, and Moskowitz includes variations for recipes and helpful kitchen tips. Moskowitz is an award winning chef and runs a cooking blog called The Post Punk Kitchen. -JMCli [...]

    19. All the recipes I have made out of this book have been delicious:*Chocolate Beer Waffles (I was questionable at first, but the flavor that comes out of this is amazing. I used Budweiser because that's was was around. Absolutely delicious. Just mix until combined and DON'T overmix or they will come out a bit flat. Also, right after they are mixed, IMMEDIATELY use them in the waffle maker.)*Scrambled Tofu (Actually, I prefer this to regular eggs :o)*Pumpkin Waffles (Another yummy waffle)*Tempeh (I [...]

    20. I really rather liked this Vegan Brunch cookbook, more than I thought I would given that most brunch recipes are heavy in eggs and cow's milk. Honestly though, I'm pretty sure there is nothing that Moskowitz can't make look awesome. I've really enjoyed her other cookbooks as well. There were scrumptious recipes that I wanted to try like Pumpkin Pancakes and Gingerbread Waffles, as well as savory treats like the Potato Spinach Squares. She even managed to make tempeh sound good in the Tempeh Saus [...]

    21. I have been starting to use some of the recipes in this cookbook and quickly realize - the proportions are intended for a hosted brunch - not for breakfast for two! The "Banana Rabanada" (Brasilian style french toast) turned out to be enough for at least four people - so I might cut down the recipe next time. The frittata recipes are great - as are the scone recipes. I really am having a lot of fun with this cookbook - esp as a way to share my passion with a friend who loves food but who doesn't [...]

    22. This cookbook shows that brunch is the best meal of the day for a vegan diet! The inclusion of a vegan quiche recipe will save the day for our annual new years' brunch, I've been trying to find a good vegan quiche recipe for a few years. Also, the tofu benedict recipe is delicious. While this cookbook uses some ingredients that may be unfamiliar to those who don't spend a lot of time in health food stores, Moskowitz provides wonderfully detailed explanations of what the ingredients are and how t [...]

    23. This is a book that will shut everyone I know's faces. I am the only vegan and vegetarian I know. All I ever hear is talk about me only eating salads or chopped veggie platters with dip. I make these dishes, take pictures of them and send it to everyone to make them jealous. Not to mention serve them up to people when ever I can. I love all of Isa's cookbooks. Have them all. I really love the fact that this isn't a "healthy" vegan breakfast book. To me brunch is supposed to be far from anything [...]

    24. I was waiting for this for so long! My local library (like most libraries) takes a while to get things into circulation. I had the first hold & used it well.The recipes here are insane & delicious. Definitely a good cookbook to lend to your non-vegan friends to convince them that vegans eat more than mixed vegetables. The chocolate-beer pancakes/waffles are among my faves from Vegan Brunch.Pick this up not only for easy-to-follow recipes, but brunch inspiration & tips on how to host [...]

    25. I checked out this book for the pancake & waffle recipes. Sunday is big breakfast day at my house and if we're doing this vegan thing for lent we're going to need some good breakfast recipes! I saw some reviews with pictures that make the other recipes more enticing than they are in the book. There is something kind of lacking about the presentation of the recipes. Update:Made the pumpkin pancake recipe today and I could not get the inside of the pancakes to cook. I tried higher and lower te [...]

    26. I'm not much of a brunch person. I love eating it- I hate making it. I'm pretty much a zombie in the mornings, but I have made almost 10 recipes from this so far (just not for brunch), and they were delicious. The Coffee-Chip muffins in particular were an instant favorite for me and all the omnis whom devoured them at the potluck I took them to. The sausages are brilliant and a game changer; not to mention money saver as I don't need to buy field roast when I have a hankering anymore, and so ver [...]

    27. I never thought I would read, much less like, a vegan cookbook. I got mine from the library when I wanted to find some dairy-free recipes at the suggestion of my new baby's doctor. This cookbook rocks! Everything looks so good and I've made several items from it. I recommend the Chelsea waffles and the chorizo sausage. I'm sad I have to return this book to my library since there's more recipes I want to try. Guess that means I'm gonna be buying my own copy!

    28. So far I've just made 3 recipes from this: swiss chard frittata, and crepes and berry sauce. The crepes were amazing (despite my lack of skills in cooking them), especially since I haven't had them for at least the 8 years I've been vegan and probably awhile before that. So far the only issue I've had is that what I consider medium hot is apparently hotter than what Isa does, so I keep almost burning things, but now that I've realized this hopefully it won't be a problem.

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