By Lisa Sizemore
Kalamatamiso is a cookbook with vegan models of a Greek American family’s favourite recipes. each access has been kitchen validated and ready with extreme, scrumptious flavors that may attract everybody. The meals are revised from vintage Greek recipes handed down by way of Lisa’s kin in the course of the generations. The Veggie Patitsio is wealthy and enjoyable and the Baklava with Spiced Wine Soaking Syrup is most likely the main scrumptious piece of pastry that you'll ever taste!
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A star player in energy bites, bars, and balls, dried coconut, with its plentiful supply of fiber and potassium, can be deliciously added to more than half of the recipes in this book. Hazelnuts. The hazelnut — also called a filbert — is a good source of calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, and vitamins B and E. This crunchy, uniquely flavored round nut is delicious in energy bars, raw candy, and trail mix recipes. When coarsely ground, it also makes a good crunchy coating on frozen banana slices.
This pantry staple is virtually identical in nutritional content to currants and used in the same types of recipes: trail mix, muesli, parfaits, raw candy, and energy bars. Look for the large black Monukka or Red Flame raisins; both are exceptionally dense, sweet, and chewy. 63 THE RAW SNACK PANTRY Raspberries. Deliciously high in fiber, these juicy red berries also provide the B vitamins biotin and niacin, vitamins C and K, manganese, and potassium. Raspberries, like cherries, are also a good source of anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiaging, and anticancer properties due to a strong presence of flavonoid anthocyanin compounds and ellagic acid.
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Kalamatamiso: Greek Vegan Recipes by Lisa Sizemore