The Healthy voyager’s global kitchen – review

The healthy voyager's global kitchen

Carolyn Scott-Hamilton traveled the globe. Made some notes about recipes everywhere she passed by and made her own ‘vegan versions’. A trip you should not miss.


The Healthy voyager’s global kitchen


Carolyn Scott-Hamilton


Fair Winds Press, 2012 – 226 p., English


vegan, snacks, dips & spreads, brunch, dressings , soups  , salads, starters, sidedishes, mains,  sauces,  desserts,  baking, world food


  •  paperback, pictures, attractive, clear symbols

Why you want this book?

  • recipes are listed by country
  • recipes from all over the world
  • traditional recipes are  ‘veganized’


Who can use this book? 
  • the cook who isn’t afraid to spend some time in the kitchen
  • lovers of faux meat and cheeses
  • no so good for starters vegan cooking
Must have recipes:
  • Waste not, want plenty bread pudding
  • Vegan chicken and dumpling for the soul
  • No Toad in the Hole
    Scrumptious scones

 You find pictures and comments  of The Healthy voyager’s global kitchen recipes  on my  blog TofuParty.

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