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Impossible(tm) the Cookbook: How to Save Our Planet, One Delicious Meal at a Time Hardcover – 14 July 2020

4.7 out of 5 stars 199 ratings

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  • Language : English
  • Hardcover : 144 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1797203045
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1797203041
  • Customer reviews:
    4.7 out of 5 stars 199 ratings

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"It's a collection of chef's recipes, written in an approachable style. [...] The recipes, from a range of influential chefs like Kwame Onwuachi, Traci Des Jardins, Michael Symon and more, are diverse in style and flavor profiles. We tested over two dozen recipes with both Impossible meat and ground beef, and in the majority of testing, there was no distinguishable difference. When I had a preference, it was the Impossible Burger." --The Dallas Morning News

"Along with a number of Des Jardins' recipes, the cookbook features about four dozen recipes from a variety of well-known chefs. They include Washington, D.C.'s Kwame Onwuachi, a winner of the Beards' Rising Star award. His recipes include Ethiopian Spiced Meat with Hummus and Cashews, and Jamaican Patties with Calypso Sauce." --Forbes

"Flipping through the colorful pages, high-contrast photos and wine pairing recommendations -- yes, there are wine pairing recommendations -- I was impressed by the book's diversity and production value." --San Francisco Chronicle


"All cookbooks have recipes. The best have recipes and ideas. This cookbook thinks hard about the relationship between plants and the planet, between humans and other living beings, all the while making that hard thinking easy for the rest of us. It's a cookbook that's great to look at and fun to read, but don't forget to do the most important thing: cook from it!" --Questlove

"This book is perfect for those who are totally new to the plant-based meat game (and) to those who eat so many Impossible burgers they need some new recipes. There are more than 40 recipes in the book: Greek salad, tzatziki, and grilled pitas. Lomo saltado. Burger toppings. It's all here." --Delish

"Plant-based beef crumbles can go into incognito mode in every dish from burgers to bolognese to taco salad. And now, you don't even have to wing it: Some of the world's greatest chefs--from Pinky Cole to Tanya Holland--will walk you through the steps of fully integrating environmentally-friendly meat products into your everyday cooking." --Well + Good

In my now 35 years of cooking, this is the most revolutionary product I have encountered. --Chef Traci Des Jardins

About the Author

Impossible Foods Inc. makes delicious meat products from plants -- with a much smaller environmental footprint than meat from animals. Impossible Foods' mission is to make the global food system truly sustainable.

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Amazon.com: 4.9 out of 5 stars 13 reviews
Linda Vargas
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth-the-Effort Gorgeous Food
17 July 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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4.0 out of 5 stars Worth-the-Effort Gorgeous Food
Reviewed in the United States on 17 July 2020
Know up front that I am conventionally omnivorous. Recipes were contributed by both non-meat-eating and very-meat-eating chefs (I was humorously shocked). Most, not all, of the recipes have a gorgeous full-color photo to go with. Plenty to look at for those of you who need visual inspiration, a sample of which I put up. This is not difficult to cook from, but many of the recipes are multi-phase: make dough + filling, broth from scratch + meatballs, sauce + salad...you get the idea. Got knife skills? Somewhat lengthy ingredient lists call for lots of fresh, sometimes exotic you-need-your-cutting-board items. Asian pears, fresh holy basil leaves, Thai basil, Chinese long beans, makrut lime leaves, peppadew peppers...can you get a hold of that stuff? The flavors throughout the book are mostly global. Spicy Jamaican patties, Vietnamese pho, churrasco with chimichurri? Yes, please! Relatively few recipes seem “American”: sloppy joe, biscuits n’ gravy, a sandwich melt and an oh, so highly rewarding “cheesesteak”. Speaking of cheese, this cookbook is almost ironically not vegan. In service to the widest audience, options/instructions are given for those who don’t eat animal products. Besides, there’s a vegan equivalent commercially available for every animal product called for: eggs/mayo, fish sauce, dairy. No nutritional information is given for recipes. I’ve cooked from and splattered the book already to delicious effect, and you will too! This cookbook will expand your palate, your cooking repertoire and your why-you-eat-as-you-do philosophy. If you’re an omnivore, as I am, read page 12-it’s insightful. As eye-rollingly scrumptious as these recipes are, and they really are(!), I knocked a star for abundance of spicy elements (it might not be your jam), exotic ingredients and a bit more labor intensive than I would prefer. It won’t stop me from wanting to cook (and eat!) literally every single recipe, which for me is a first. With this cookbook as a springboard, I’m happy and excited to explore Impossible’s made-from-plants movement:) Mouthwateringly recommended.
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Simon B. Morse
5.0 out of 5 stars Not Vegan
10 September 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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8 people found this helpful
So. Cal. Kelly
5.0 out of 5 stars Great plant based cookbook
16 July 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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Barbara A.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great recipes!
22 July 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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Jesse V
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful cookbook that leads to a more beautiful world.
17 July 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful cookbook that leads to a more beautiful world.
Reviewed in the United States on 17 July 2020
Beautiful book. Can't wait to cook up the Impossible meat I ordered direct to home!
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