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Peta's Vegan College Cookbook.


By Marta Holmberg and Starza Kolman

This book has 275 easy and cheap vegan recipes suitable for college students that have access to a microwave oven. For breakfast you can try Freshman Frittata or English Breakfast Sandwiches. And if you're looking for some new sandwich ideas, make Poultry-geist Pita or Bangin' BBQ Tofu.

College students can easily get their hands on peanut butter and this book has a section devoted to it. There's Super Quickie Peanut Sauce, Finals Week Fudge, and Peanut Butter Cup Pie. Ramen noodles are also quite popular. For example, enjoy Ancient Japanese Noodle Secret Salad. Finally, another food item featured in its own section is potatoes. Enjoy German 'Tato Salad, Deviled Potatoes, or Piz-Tato.

You'll also find a variety of salads, including Cray Cray Cranberry Chick'n Salad, Spicy Watermelon Salad, and Slice of Life Chef Salad. You may want to make a soup, stew, or chili to go with your salad. Find recipes for "No Tie Necessary" Thai Tomato Soup and Cheapskate Chili and Bean Stew.

For dinner you may want to prepare Cute-Cumber Sushi Bowl, No-Beef Stroganoff, The Burning Bibimbap Bowl, Better than the "Bell" Burrito, Guac Wraps, All-Nighter Nachos, or Vegan Mac 'n' Cheez.

The snack chapter offers recipes for Pumpkin Muffin in a Mug!, Chili "Not" Dogs, Poor Man's Pizzas, Stadium Corn Dogs, and Stuffed 'Shrooms. You'll also find some drink suggestions, sauce recipes, dips, and of course, desserts such as Fake Blonds, Georgia Peach Cobbler, and Blueberry Pie Dump Cake.

PETA's Vegan College Cookbook (ISBN: 978-1-4926-3554-3) is a 336-page book. It is published by Sourcebooks and retails for $14.99. You can purchase this book online or from your local bookstore.

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Author:Wasserman, Debra
Publication:Vegetarian Journal
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Apr 1, 2017
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