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Aug 05, Camille rated it liked it Shelves: cookbooks. I love Mediterranean food, but many cookbooks in this genre are weighed down with recipes that rely heavily on animal products especially cheeses. The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen is a welcome, high-quality exception. It's easily among my favorite vegan cookbooks. Yes, it has no pictures, but if you're relatively familiar with Mediterranean cuisine, who cares?

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Most recipes are super fast 20 min. There are also sections with advice on how to get the most out of your spices and beans and how to safely cut your fat content to help make this even healthier. I personally adhere to a low-sugar, low-salt, low-fat diet, and it's hard to find recipes that don't substitute fat for flavor in order to carry the texture, weight, etc.

Apr 06, Shoshana rated it really liked it Shelves: cookbooks. We just got this one and I'm eager to put it to the test. I've been reading it yes, I actually read cookbooks before I use them and drooling over recipes for days. There are a lot of things I remember from my travels and am eager to try out -- I do not expect to be disappointed! The recipes seem relatively simple and, with few exceptions, quick to produce.

I love that there is a list of seasonal menu ideas in the back with appetizer, salad, entree, and dessert. I only wish it had photos, bec We just got this one and I'm eager to put it to the test.

I only wish it had photos, because I'm a sucker for pretty cookbooks. Oct 26, Plant Girl rated it liked it Shelves: own , cookbooks , non-fiction. What I like most about this book is that none of the recipes include any meat analogs or soy products. It is all just whole grains, vegetables, legumes, fruits and healthy oils. What a great idea! I haven't made too many of the recipes, but I have been satisfied with what I have made.

Nutrition information is included with each recipe, which is also quite helpful. Jun 27, Gem2wrtr rated it really liked it Recommends it for: anyone who loves good food. Shelves: cookbooks. This book has two to three recipes per page and no photos -- too many photos waste valuable recipe space! Both were delicious -- the paella was as the author says, almost too pretty too eat. We used mainly Trader Joe's ingredients: the veggie broth in the cartons, red bell pepper, a can of tomatoes, aborio rice, frozen baby lima beans, frozen artichoke hearts, young carrots, and This book has two to three recipes per page and no photos -- too many photos waste valuable recipe space!

We used mainly Trader Joe's ingredients: the veggie broth in the cartons, red bell pepper, a can of tomatoes, aborio rice, frozen baby lima beans, frozen artichoke hearts, young carrots, and some petite frozen peas, plus some pine nuts! We already had the saffron threads buy them in an oriental market, not the grocery store and of course, we're never without garlic. We're looking forward to trying this when our fresh peas are ready in the fall. I'm looking forward to making more from this book -- yum! Nov 29, Korri added it Shelves: food. This book came to me from the library with red onion skins in the pages so I know it was well used!

The recipes go from the basic cucumber, tomato, onion salad to the divine eggplant napoleons with tomato and orange sauce. Most of the recipes can be prepared in under half an hour or made in advance Klein helpfully includes advice about storing and reheating. I can't wait to try them all, especially as different produce comes back in season.

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A really great book shows us how everything is great and worth to die for. Great cookbook! This is a straight up way to cook Mediterranean food without animal products. Will inform recipes from other sources. Great content: poor format. I'll be trying several of these recipes, but that's almost in spite of the book.

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There is no table of contents nor a clickable index. Thank goodness for bookmarks. Looking forward to making some of these recipes. Dec 24, Barbara Ab rated it liked it. Jan 23, J rated it it was ok Shelves: veg-cookbooks. I am a little biased against this cookbook. I bought it when I was a college undergrad trying to make the vegetarian-to-vegan transition as a novice cook. It had rave reviews on Amazon so I thought I would give it a try. However, I don't think this is the right book to start with if you are just becoming vegan, are fairly green in your cooking skills, or are on a student budget.

I found it pretty worthless at the time. I am no longer in college and have made significant progress with my cooking I am a little biased against this cookbook. I am no longer in college and have made significant progress with my cooking skills, so I am trying to come back to this cookbook and give it another shot. I am still on a pretty tight budget, though, so most of these recipes will have to wait until summer because I don't have the cash to pay for artichokes, red bell peppers, etc.

I have made the Eggplant Croquettes on special occasions and those are quite good. Note: I agree with past reviewers about not liking the bad attitude in Donna Klein's books about using soy-based products.

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I have a lot of people around me who eat all kinds of things and that is fine by me - to each his own. So, I don't appreciate it when a cookbook gets all high-and-mighty about eating tofu and the like. It reminds me of some of the bad attitude vegans I've met who lecture non-vegans while they're eating.

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Aug 06, Jessica rated it really liked it Shelves: cookbooks. I made the grilled eggplant sandwiches, the new potato and bean salad, and lemon Italian ice the other night for dinner. I liked that the recipes were so simple I could make them again without the cookbook and, as much as I love tofu and soymilk, it's nice to use a vegan cookbook that doesn't simply substitute soy products for meat and dairy. Three months later and this is still one of my favorite cookbooks. Even the desserts! This is probably because none of them involve chocolate and mostly seem to consist of some sort of fruit with some sort of liquor, and I wholeheartedly approve of that.

The recipes don't have too many ingredients or take a long time to prepare or cook, include nutritional information, and there are no weird meat or cheese substitutes to be had. I love it! May 13, Lisa Vegan rated it liked it Recommends it for: those interested in the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet, vegans.

Shelves: vegetarian , non-fiction , z , reviewed , readbooks-female-author-or-illust , zz-3star , vegan , cookbook. But the recipes are true to the region, even if the vegan only ingredients are slightly untraditional for some of the dishes. Oct 31, Julie Merson rated it it was amazing. I love Donna's cookbooks, and this is no exception. I love trying new cuisine and flavors, and this one definitely fills that requirement.

Highly recommended. The Polenta with Stewed Peppers and Tomatoes is fabulous. Oh and Lamb! When I showed him just how easy it is to cook pork loin which has similar texture to lamb loin in the skillet, he was quite impressed.

I guess that means more cookie cereal for me. But I digress. You know this. Mediterranean flavors that feel so sophisticated. Key being that marinated Balsamic Pork Loin. Veggies, protein, and healthy unsaturated fats. Healthy, flavorful, unreal easy to make! The inner child in me squeals for that! Take notes, come hungry! This one-pot turkey skillet mac and cheese is like a grownup version of hamburger helper and a much healthier option than that boxed stuff.

Filled with spinach, peppers, real cheddar cheese, on the table in just 30 minutes and easily made gluten-free too! This Minute Loaded Taco Skillet is loaded with veggies, lean protein, and so much flavor! All you need is 30 minutes and one skillet to prepare this low carb, healthy meal that everybody will devour! Paleo, whole 30 friendly, meal prep friendly just add carbs like rice , and all that JAZZ!

This one-pot chicken Mexican rice casserole uses sweet potato for extra creaminess! Dinner is done in less than 20 minutes with this quick and easy zucchini noodle lo mein. Paleo and gluten-free. Did you take notes? I hope you try them all! And saved room for this pork loin skillet. Keywords: balsamic pork, paleo pork recipe, low carb pork recipe, skillet dinner recipe. Click To Tweet. What was your favorite skillet meal growing up? Do you still try to make it today? Maybe a bit healthier or fresh? Have a question? Your email address will not be published.

Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. Leave this field empty. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. That pork that I made on Valentines Day just keeps on giving! I love the idea of flavoring pork with a balsamic marinade — so brilliant and so easy to whip out any night of the week!

Skillet meals are my jam, especially on busy weeknights…I could do some serious damage to all of those one skillet meals! OMG i was just leaving a comment on your curried lentil post. Were our ears burning? One skillet dinners are my absolute favorite and the flavors in this one are calling to me. Especially the olives. And we are a tad weird by loving our spaghetti on toast…but it is so good.

I mean balsamic pork…yum. So healthy and so delicious! Looks perfect! This sounds amazing! Vegas would love the olives. This looks incredible! I always love balsamic marinades.