Sarah & Renoo Jansala | Vegan Thai Kitchen

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Why you’ll love it

Sarah Jansala, with the help of her mom, Renoo, opened the first vegetarian Thai restaurant in Portland, Oregon, to great success. Now, she is sharing her secrets with you. Her delicious plant- based (and gluten-free!) recipes allow you to enjoy your favorite Thai meals without the guilt.

 

About the book

Jansala’s 75 reimagined Thai recipes are designed to be nutritious, quick and, above all, tasty. She includes starters like Tofu Satay, mains like Spicy Basil Tempeh, curry sauces that you will want to make over and over again and even vegan desserts like Mango Sticky Rice. With every recipe, Sarah does more than teach you to cook amazing food – she gives you insight into the flavors, history and significance behind Thai dishes. The Jansala mother–daughter duo has squeezed all of their generational and industry knowledge into one simple guide to traditional Thai food.

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