Sweet potato gnocchi with grilled pepper sauce..
(photo credit: HEDVA LEVY COHEN)
The festival of Sukkot is a celebration of nature – the sukka with its leafy roof, the decorative fresh fruit hanging from its ceiling and, of course, the meals rich in vegetables and fruit.
From the time that we started to learn cooking from cookbooks, we found that vegetarian cookbooks had the most interesting vegetable and fruit recipes. These days, whenever we’re looking for interesting ways to use produce, we find vegan cookbooks particularly inspiring. It’s impressive that authors of vegan cookbooks can achieve such tasty, varied, satisfying food without using eggs or dairy.
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