Teff Love: Adventures in Vegan Ethiopian Cooking

Winner of the VegNews 2015 VEGGIE AWARDS for Cookbook of the Year.Included as a Best Cookbook of 2015 by Powell’s Books. Why wait for a trip to your favorite Ethiopian restaurant? Import the delicious flavors of Ethiopia right to your own kitchen! Kittee Berns explains this cuisine through easy to follow recipes, so you can savor

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Winner of the VegNews 2015 VEGGIE AWARDS for Cookbook of the Year.Included as a Best Cookbook of 2015 by Powell’s Books. Why wait for a trip to your favorite Ethiopian restaurant? Import the delicious flavors of Ethiopia right to your own kitchen! Kittee Berns explains this cuisine through easy to follow recipes, so you can savor authentic Ethiopian food without ever leaving home. Discover how to source and use the tantalizing seasonings and savory ingredients that are the foundation of these unique dishes.

Kittee introduces the holy trinity of Ethiopian cooking: a berbere spice blend, injera (the fermented sourdough staple), and ye qimem zeyet, a veganized clarified butter. Armed with these basics, you’ll be ready to dazzle your family and friends with many of the popular dishes found on veggie combo platters in restaurants all over North America. From saucy wots, spicy stews, and succulent stir-fries to traditional injera-based dishes and fusion foods that blend these unique seasonings into a range of family favorites, fans of this cuisine will be thrilled. Recipes are almost entirely gluten- and soy-free, or can be made so with easy adaptions.

You’ll also find tips on tools and equipment to time-saving techniques and menu suggestions. Just pull up a mesob (a traditional woven stand or basket), perch your platter on top, and get ready to party Ethiopian style!

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Comments

pepita jobo says:

Please, buy it; you aren’t going to regret it. Before Teff Love arrived into my life I had only eaten vegan Ethiopian food once and I loved it. I am a long-time fan of Kittee Berns’ blog and website. I bought her first Papa Tofu zine but, regretfully, missed out on my chance to buy her second zine: Papa Tofu Loves Ethiopian Food. I was desolate and inconsolable. Suddenly, a light at the end of the tunnel. Ms. Berns was going to be published: a Vegan Ethiopian Cookbook! I wasn’t chosen to be a tester so I had to wait patiently for its…

Bridget says:

I just wanted to say how easy these recipes were for me to follow I just wanted to say how easy these recipes were for me to follow. The book is awesome. Once you obtain the Ethiopian spices, which can be purchased online from websites, you can make all of these delicious foods. I’ve made about 4-5 dishes from here including injera bread. The photo should speak for itself. This book rocks and the food is deilcious!

Bren C says:

Great recipes, but pictures could be better labeled. Great recipes. I wish they matched them with the pictures better, though. A photo will tell you to look on a certain page for the recipe, but the page will have several, so you have to guess which correlates.

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