"Fake Meat: Real food for vegan appetites" by Isa Chandra Moskowitz... (book review)

"Fake Meat: Real food for vegan appetites"
by Isa Chandra Moskowitz

Hardback, 320 pages, 10 chapters

As a passionate vegan I am thrilled to share my thoughts on "Fake Meat", written by one and only Isa Chandra Moskowitz. This incredible cookbook, filled with 125 mouth-watering recipes, caters to every meat craving imaginable - it's a plant-based paradise!
"Fake Meat" showcases the genius of using tofu, tempeh, jackfruit, and other plant-based ingredients to craft delicious and satisfying alternatives. With innovative recipes like the jackfruit boeuf bourguignon and the tempeh wings with satay sauce (both at the moment, my firm favourites from the whole book), this cookbook takes vegan cuisine to a whole new level. These standout dishes made my taste buds dance with their incredible flavours and textures, leaving me craving more.

Isa's expertise shines through in each recipe. Clear and concise instructions ensure that even novice cooks can confidently recreate these dishes at home. From marinating techniques to precise cooking times, every detail is meticulously laid out, guaranteeing delightful results every time.
Whether you're seeking comfort food classics or looking to explore bold flavours, "Fake Meat" has it all. From the savoury vegan Philly cheesesteak that transports you to the streets of Philadelphia, to the basket of wings that perfectly balances spice and crunch - this cookbook satisfies all your meaty cravings, while promoting a compassionate lifestyle!

"Fake Meat" beautifully combines indulgence with nourishment. Each recipe is thoughtfully designed to provide a proper plant-based meal, ensuring your body receives a lot of nutrients, but all the recipes are created for pure indulgence and culinary satisfaction. It's a testament to the versatility and healthfulness of plant-based proteins, proving that ethical eating can be both delicious and beneficial.

"Fake Meat" is an invaluable addition to any vegan's cookbook collection. With its diverse range of recipes and clever use of plant-based ingredients, it's a gateway to a world of culinary possibilities. As a vegan, and a former chef, I highly recommend this cookbook to anyone seeking a delectable and satisfying plant-based experience. Say goodbye to meat cravings and embark on a flavourful journey with "Fake Meat" today!

I bought the book with my own money. All thoughts and opinions stated in this post are 100% mine. All photos -> Amazon.co.uk