Posts tagged with "Desserts"

Posted by Ultra Violet on 11/01/12
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Mary from the Circulation Department shares her passion for baking with Violet from Digital Services. The two are both avid bakers and between them have enough cookbook recommendations to stuff your Thanksgiving guests to the brim with sweet goodness.
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Posted by Ultra Violet on 01/24/14
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Luscious, rich desserts that are easy to make, all natural and free of animal products!
I made three recipes from this book, Curry Truffles, Black Bottom Cupcakes and the Opera Cake, and they were all fabulous. The pictures are so enticing and the instructions are very easy to follow. Fran Costigan is pretty much the leading vegan baker in the universe, so all of the recipes are well-tested. She opens with an informative section about vegan sweeteners, dairy substitutes and different kinds of flours, which is helpful to anyone new to baking or new to veganism. I would highly recommend this book to anyone, but especially to people who are thinking about cutting back on the animal products in their diets. Even the most die-hard dairy lover will fall in love this these treats.

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