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Karoline Jönsson

Vegan Comfort Food

From Apple-Picking to Rhubarb-Harvesting

Vegan Comfort Food is the exact book that Karoline Jönsson would have wanted when she first became a vegetarian. Back then she was both hungry and bewildered by this new lifestyle. In order to help guide new vegetarians, Karoline has gathered her most indispensable recipes: dishes that provide a good basis and that can be used in various flavour combinations, food that adds warmth and comfort and that simplifies everyday life. Food that always works and that always tastes good.

The book is divided into sections: “from scratch” – how to make your own tofu, oat cream for cooking as well as tempeh – “in the saucepan”- soups, casseroles such as daal and chilli – “in the oven” – gratins and jacket potatoes with delicious fillings.
And last but not least, there are also several recipes featuring juicy and scrumptious cakes.

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Karoline Jönsson made her breakthrough in 2012 when her vegetarian food blog The Green Pantry was named Sweden’s best food blog. She published her first cook book in 2014 and today her blog has more than 20.000 unique visitors each month. In 2015 she hosted the first all-vegetarian cooking show on Swedish national television .

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Denmark: Forlaget Turbine, UK: Pavilion Books (World English rights)
From Apple-Picking to Rhubarb-Harvesting

Vegan Comfort Food is the exact book that Karoline Jönsson would have wanted when she first became a vegetarian. Back then she was both hungry and bewildered by this new lifestyle. In order to help guide new vegetarians, Karoline has gathered her most indispensable recipes: dishes that provide a good basis and that can be used in various flavour combinations, food that adds warmth and comfort and that simplifies everyday life. Food that always works and that always tastes good.

The book is divided into sections: “from scratch” – how to make your own tofu, oat cream for cooking as well as tempeh – “in the saucepan”- soups, casseroles such as daal and chilli – “in the oven” – gratins and jacket potatoes with delicious fillings.
And last but not least, there are also several recipes featuring juicy and scrumptious cakes.

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