New jacket for this classic vegan cookbook published in association with The Vegan Society. Eva Batt was a vegan cookery pioneer and her book is much revered by the Vegan Society. It's a classic introduction to vegan cooking, and is recommended for those who are new to meat and dairy free recipes. The book: *explains the sorts of staples you'll need in the kitchen. *provides recipes that are extremely straightforward to prepare. *offers a complete nutritional guide to vegan food so the reader can be assured that they understand their protein requirements, and do get the right mix of vitamins, minerals and food groups. *explains the different protein supplements - such as tofu, soya, t.v.p. Recipes cover a wide range of dishes and meal types from breakfasts to snacks, lunches, dinner and entertaining. The recipes themselves are excellent and very much from a British tradition of `good old fashioned' cooking. As well as the basic cooking instructions, the text is full of Eva Batt's useful tips and asides for new cooks.