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Host Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian, chats with David Stowell and George Black who are professional vegan chefs with a twenty-two-year-long commitment to creating accessible, cruelty-free cuisine for all. We’ll talk about their new book: Veganopolis. In addition, I will chat with recording star Micheal Castaldo, whose new single, Pray’r (produced and written by micheal Castaldo and Stein Berg Svendsen), recently reached #1 on the Amazon Classical charts! “Pray’r” enjoyed a very fast rise since being officially released on July 12th, 2011, securing the top position in just 15 days. After starting out in 2003 with a small delivery cart, David Stowell and George Black ran the popular Veganopolis Cafeteria from 2005 to 2008, and developed a huge international following for their delicious, no-nonsense, versatile vegan cooking. Vegan cooking has been exploding in popularity over the past decade. Now, they've captured their most popular Veganopolis recipes in their new cookbook, featuring the breadth of delicious, versatile, and accessible recipes that popularized their restaurant. This is not ground-level vegan cooking. Though there are plenty of simpler recipes for kitchen novices--including lots of soups, sandwiches, and salads--it also offers lots of ambitious recipes. The Veganopolis Cookbook is an important addition to the home-chef's bookshelf and every bookstore's vegan cooking section.
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