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Vegan cooking made fast, fresh, and flavorful with the convenience of a pressure cooker

For the growing number of people who eat vegan, a pressure cooker is a blessing when it comes to saving time and enjoying a wider variety of foods on a regular basis. The pressure cooker drastically shortens the cooking times of healthful vegan staples such as dried beans and ancient grains: suddenly hummus from scratch and braised artichokes become weeknight fare. In Vegan Under Pressure, Jill Nussinow shows how to use the appliance safely and effectively, and reveals the breadth of vegan fare that can be made using a pressure cooker, including Roasted Pepper and White Bean Dip, Harissa-Glazed Carrots with Green Olives, Pozole Chili, Farro Salad with Tomatoes and Arugula, Thai Summer Vegetable Curry, a chapter of veggie burgers, Cornbread, Pear-Almond Upside Down Cake, and DIY soy milk and seitan.

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" Designed to make meatless meals easy to make when you''re pressed on time."
-- The Oregonian

"Nussinow offers up a wide variety of vegan recipes that can be prepared using a pressure cooker, which speeds up cooking time so much that even low-and-slow classics can be prepared for a weeknight meal."
-- Publishers Weekly

About the Author

JILL NUSSINOW, aka The Veggie Queen™—has been teaching plant-based, whole-foods cooking for more than 25 years at Santa Rosa Junior College and elsewhere, and has been teaching people about the joys of pressure cooking since 1996.  Jill has written three previous books, The New Fast Food, Nutrition CHAMPS, and  The Veggie Queen: Vegetables Get the Royal Treatment

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Anne P. Mitchell
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Fantastic! Lots of Great Recipes, Clear Instructions, Perfect for Instant Pot and Other Electric Cookers as Well as Stovetop!
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2016
I''m strict vegetarian, I''m new to pressure cooking (hello, Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker! ), I''m busy, and I''m chomping at the bit to use the Instant Pot as much as possible. Enter Jill Nussinow''s *fantastic* cookbook! I recently... See more
I''m strict vegetarian, I''m new to pressure cooking (hello, Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker! ), I''m busy, and I''m chomping at the bit to use the Instant Pot as much as possible. Enter Jill Nussinow''s *fantastic* cookbook!

I recently ordered and reviewed another Instant Pot cookbook, and was *so* disappointed in it (gave one of the few 2 star reviews I''ve ever given of a cookbook!)

This book is the antithesis of that book!

HOLY COW! This book packs over *250 pages* of actual recipes! That''s *excluding* things like the introduction, chapter overviews, the index, etc.. I''m talking *actual recipes*!

And oh, what recipes they are!

I was pleased as punch that her very first recipe in the whole book was for berbere; I knew right then I was going to love the book. (I''ve made my own blend for berbere for years, and in fact nervously served my berbere-spiced meal to a fellow student who was from Nigeria - she pronounced it ''excellent''..whew! But that was then - nearly 30 years ago, and this is now, and I digress... .)

One of the things that I really like about this book is that she incorporate instructions for both stovetop and electric pressure cookers right into the recipe, as casually as you please. They are just *there*, when and where you need them. And, if you *don''t* need the directions to differentiate between stovetop and electric (say that the directions are "lock on the lid, bring to high pressure, and cook for 4 minutes"), she doesn''t bloat the recipe with unnecessary directions! I mean, how simple and obvious is that?

The one thing that was a bit disappointing is that the dessert section is rather small (yeah, that''s one of the first things I check out in a cookbook..)..but she makes up for it with excellent - and creative - appetizer and topping chapters, plus the desserts that she does have are A-mazing!

And speaking of creative, another thing that I really like about this book is that it''s a great mix of old standards and comfort food recipes (steel cut oatmeal, lentil soup, creamy mushroom soup), and creative, interesting and, dare I say it, even trendy ones (Kale, Chard and Dandelion Spread, anyone)?

All in all, this plant-based pressure cooker recipe cookbook is a great addition to your pressure cooking cookbook collection, regardless of whether or not you''re vegan!

One caution I do have to give generally about buying soft-covered books from Amazon these days is that Amazon has started shipping paperback book in soft, padded envelopes, via the post office, instead of UPS. And, at least where I am, USPS *rolls them up* and *stuffs them in your mailbox*!! I''ve had every single soft-covered book that I''ve ordered from Amazon in the past month warped in this way! :~(
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The Ultimate Pressure Cooker Cookbook!
Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2017
THE BEST PRESSURE COOKER COOKBOOK for plant- based and non plant-based cooks. Very easy to follow recipes from Jill Nussinow for stovetop and electric pressure cookers. I was fortunate enough to get this cookbook through my local library before buying it on Amazon. As... See more
THE BEST PRESSURE COOKER COOKBOOK for plant- based and non plant-based cooks. Very easy to follow recipes from Jill Nussinow for stovetop and electric pressure cookers.
I was fortunate enough to get this cookbook through my local library before buying it on Amazon. As soon as I looked through Vegan Under Pressure I new I had to have my own copy.

There are no photos accompanying each recipe, so keep this in mind if you are one of those people who prefer cookbooks with a lot of color photography.
I''d rather have 175 recipes and less photos.
(The middle of the book does include a small collection of color photos)

Jill Nussinow''s recipes are flavorful using little or no salt and foods not drenched in processed oils, instead in its place herbs, citrus zest, balsamic vinegar, spices turmeric, coriander, cumin, cardamom and ingredients such as dulse, kombu, cocoa nibs (not exotic to me) that I would typically use in my cooking anyway.
All of these ingredients can be found at Asian and Indian groceries, Trader Joe''s, Whole Foods Market as well as on Amazon.

Every recipe we tried was delicious, came out perfectly and none of the recipes are labor intensive. I avoid all labor intensive cookbooks and recipes. I was able to prepare two or three recipes on the weekend in one day with one electric pressure cooker. Since I love this book so much I''ve bought a second pressure cooker to allow me to cook two recipes at the same time. Now I have different meals and dessert for weeknights.

All the recipes were outstanding and simple to prepare. I''ve already made some of these recipes more than once and they turned out wonderfully each time. Jill Nussinow cooks the same way I eat and cook.
I look forward to trying the remaining recipes.
All of Jill Nussinow''s bean recipes call for dried beans, no awful canned bean recipes.
The recipes I''ve made are:
Holy Mole Black Bean Soup (AMAZING!), Tempeh and Tomatillo Stew, Mixed Vegetables with Peanut Sauce, Cabbage White Bean and Tomato Soup with The Veggie Queen''s Oil-Free Pesto, The Veggie Queen''s Immune Boosting Bowl, Lemongrass Cabbage Soup, Spicy Brown Rice and Bean Soup, Large Black Bean, Mushroom and Green Salad, Spring Split Pea Soup, Tempeh Tagine with Carrots and Sweet Potatoes, Thai Red Curry, 4 C''s Warm Rye Berry Salad, Saffron Rice Pudding, Millet, Amaranth and Sweet Potato "Pudding"and Peaches Poached in Red Wine (super easy to make).

Vegan Under Pressure is for people who appreciate "Real Food" cooking and not relying on canned or processed food recipes.
If you''re looking for a cookbook full of healthy delicious recipes that are as the book says "Quick and Easy".
THIS is your cookbook.
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C T M
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Disappointed Senior cook here
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2017
I wish someone would have posted about the FONT used. As a Senior cook, I much prefer spending my $ on a book I can actually read without getting a headache. This is very important to me. WARNING for other seniors; The font used is TINY. Not only that, but it''s... See more
I wish someone would have posted about the FONT used.
As a Senior cook, I much prefer spending my $ on a book I can actually read without getting a headache. This is very important to me.
WARNING for other seniors; The font used is TINY. Not only that, but it''s pretty low contrast as well, not like black ink on the pages.It''s kind of a light turquoise color. Not good visibility.
I waited--& saved--for quite awhile for this book, so I am pretty disappointed, & seriously considering returning it.
I would not want to have to try using a magnifying glass to follow the recipes, let alone all those informative instructions on how to safely operate a pressure cooker....
I''ll think about it for another day, as it''s still Sunday here.
EDIT LATER;
Recipes are easier to read than the operating instructions. That''s a good thing.
But those fonts are still too small for most things.
Sheesh, how disappointing.
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LeanneTop Contributor: Cooking
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A pressure cooker manual and cookbook in one!
Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2016
I just bought an Instant Pot DUO-60, and got this book to go along with it. It really is so much better than the manual that came with my Instant Pot! Jill walks you through how to use both stovetop and electric pressure cookers in the first few chapters, and... See more
I just bought an Instant Pot DUO-60, and got this book to go along with it. It really is so much better than the manual that came with my Instant Pot!

Jill walks you through how to use both stovetop and electric pressure cookers in the first few chapters, and she provides extensive tables for how long to cook grains, beans, and veggies. So far, I''ve made two of her recipes and also followed her instructions for making soy yogurt (which I made with Belle+ Bella - Yogurt Starter 4 x 5g Packets (Pack of 2) ), and all have turned out great! I''m attaching photos of the millet-lentil-veggie recipe and of the soy yogurt.

Each recipe also includes directions for both types of pressure cookers. (When I bought my Instant Pot, I also bought Vegan Pressure Cooking: Delicious Beans, Grains, and One-Pot Meals in Minutes , but Fields'' book only includes time for stovetop cookers, so I haven''t made anything from it yet.)

Also, if you''re on Facebook, search for "Instant Pot Vegan Recipes" to join a super friendly group that can help answer any questions you have. Both Jill and JL are members of it, and everyone is really helpful in getting you started with your pressure cooker.
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Tribulation ExodusTop Contributor: Baking
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Veggie Queen Rules the Instant Pot
Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2017
By FAR, this is my favorite instant pot cookbook. If your doing the Dr. John McDougall MD Startch Solution lifestyle diet, or the Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn MD''s Reversing Heart Disease Diet, or the Dr Collin Campbell''s Whole Diet, or Dr. Dean Ornish''s diets, then Jill... See more
By FAR, this is my favorite instant pot cookbook. If your doing the Dr. John McDougall MD Startch Solution lifestyle diet, or the Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn MD''s Reversing Heart Disease Diet, or the Dr Collin Campbell''s Whole Diet, or Dr. Dean Ornish''s diets, then Jill Nussinow''s cookbooks perfectly complements those eating strategies while providing mouth watering flavor and the convenience of the Instant Pot Pressure Cooker. I highly recommend this and her other cookbooks. I own them all.

Its so nice to have a cookbook where 100% of the recipes I not only can eat but want to make again and again. Her Veggie Queen website also has the best ginger root grater for making lemon ginger tea that I have ever found. And she has the same books in paperback but with the stay open binding.
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... anything on amazon before but this book is so brilliant, I am compelled to do so
Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2016
I have never reviewed anything on amazon before but this book is so brilliant, I am compelled to do so. I have MANY vegan cookbooks but I have to say I have not purchased a book of this competence about vegan pressure cooking. I read an earlier review that states the... See more
I have never reviewed anything on amazon before but this book is so brilliant, I am compelled to do so. I have MANY vegan cookbooks but I have to say I have not purchased a book of this competence about vegan pressure cooking. I read an earlier review that states the person was unhappy with the lay out. I don’t understand this. I think this book is beautiful and I like the layout. Each recipe has its own page and is designed with a working cook in mind succinct and flows well as you follow along . Also each recipe has its own irresistible introduction including how and what to serve the dish with as well as variations at the end of the recipe increasing the number of recipes in the book which is large to begin with. It also has lovely photos in the center of the book which I plan to make each one as they look so tempting. I have purchased cookbooks that have a photo with each recipe but having good photos of a dish doesn’t always mean it tastes good no matter what it looks like. I think the person who sent this book back should have a least tried one of the recipes before resorting to sending the book back. I think he/she would not have been so hasty after tasting the food.
So let me talk about the recipes. I have read through many of the recipes and I am experienced enough to see this book is amazing and the author is a mastermind chef. I cooked the Asparagus, Shitake and Snow Peas recipe and it was easy, quick and UTTERLY delicious. There are so many recipes in this book that are so unique that I really think this cook is a genius. For instance, there is a sausage recipe which can be made gluten free using beans instead of seitan making it low fat and highly nutritious. I unfortunately have to avoid gluten and I no longer have to look longingly at the vegan sausages available and can now make my own. I plan to make this and then a vegan sausage pizza! Also, there is a DIY soy yogurt recipe that has 8 variations to make savory sauces. I don’t use vegan yogurts for savory recipes because they are too sweet. Lastly, this brilliant cook has recipes for vegan lemon and pumpkin cheesecakes made in a pressure cooker! Really!
Buy this book if you like cooking with a pressure cooker. There are no other vegan pressure cookbooks available of this caliber. I can see I will be cooking out of this book for YEARS!
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Valentina
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Please buy it, even if you usually need photos for every recipe - like I usually do
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2017
I never buy cookbooks with less than 75% of the recipes photographed, but I made an exception for this - I really needed some help to enjoy my new Instant Pot. I made the black bean Holy Mole soup and omg, it''s amazing. Today I tried the Bean Sausages and they came out... See more
I never buy cookbooks with less than 75% of the recipes photographed, but I made an exception for this - I really needed some help to enjoy my new Instant Pot. I made the black bean Holy Mole soup and omg, it''s amazing. Today I tried the Bean Sausages and they came out perfectly.

I love this book because the author shares really healthy recipes, using the least amount of oil possible; she also often uses gluten-free grains - or gives the gf alternative - and is very accurate in her method. Totally recommended!
Ps: I''m an author myself and I''m really exigent about the quality of a cookbook!
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Jane of the Jungle
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Great for learning, but less so for the recipes
Reviewed in the United States on July 2, 2017
I have some mixed feelings about this book; I debated between 3 and 4 starts. I *really* liked the explanation of pressure cookers. That alone was worth buying the book. I understand the similarities and differences much better, as I am an owner of both a... See more
I have some mixed feelings about this book; I debated between 3 and 4 starts.

I *really* liked the explanation of pressure cookers. That alone was worth buying the book. I understand the similarities and differences much better, as I am an owner of both a stovetop pressure cooker and an electric pressure cooker.

I have also learned some different tips from this book. For example, using mushroom powder for a mushroom flavor boost - brilliant! I had not seen that elsewhere.

But I don''t find the recipes "cheffy" enough for me. I want more interesting flavor, and I want more consistent good texture. I have tried maybe 1/2 a dozen recipes, or more. Most of them are not "make again" recipes for me. I have gained increased comfort with my Instant Pot, however, by making her recipes.
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Jusfink
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Not for the European market
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 24, 2018
A very frustrating recipe book, not suitable for the European market, where we measure in g or oz. Measuring water, flour, rice etc in cups is fine but squash, peppers, aubergines etc are too large to measure in cups, especially if you like your veg chunky. The indexing is...See more
A very frustrating recipe book, not suitable for the European market, where we measure in g or oz. Measuring water, flour, rice etc in cups is fine but squash, peppers, aubergines etc are too large to measure in cups, especially if you like your veg chunky. The indexing is very poor and I waste too much time trying to find things in the index and in the table of contents. Far too many burger recipes. Is this book for people who only eat on the sofa while watching TV? I live in Spain and am sure that kelp can be found in the sea here and in many supermarkets but kombu? And Kamut? I might have to go to Egypt for that one. The pressure cooker is great for speedier cooking but if the list of ingredients is as long as your arm, the cooking is going to take a long time anyway! I like the title and the photo on the cover but the rest was a big disappointment.
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H R Williams
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Author doesnt seem to live the vegan ethos in real life that all lives are precious
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 22, 2020
I purchased this book as a way to make new recipes in my instant pot. Sadly the book lacks pictures so to me it doesnt inspire me to make the recipes. It has also come to light that unfortunately the author has made some unsavoury comments regarding the rights of black...See more
I purchased this book as a way to make new recipes in my instant pot. Sadly the book lacks pictures so to me it doesnt inspire me to make the recipes. It has also come to light that unfortunately the author has made some unsavoury comments regarding the rights of black lives that have made me deeply uncomfortable and sad. As a vegan who believes all lives are precious I cannot in good conscious support anyone who is against equality for all.
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Gill
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Pressure cooking more than ever!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 25, 2017
Yes, it''s American - I can use my handy set of cups to measure ingredients, and I''m really having fun with all the spicy flavours I have bought. I rate a new cookbook a success if it has at least ten recipes I love making; this has many more than ten. I have an Instant Pot...See more
Yes, it''s American - I can use my handy set of cups to measure ingredients, and I''m really having fun with all the spicy flavours I have bought. I rate a new cookbook a success if it has at least ten recipes I love making; this has many more than ten. I have an Instant Pot and a smaller pressure cooker (Lakeland one, with easy lid, very good), like to pressure cook food. Jill N sort of anticipates the slight quandaries that can occur with pressure cooking, and absolutely explains everything in every recipe that could possibly go wrong.... and how easily everything goes right when you follow her advice. Healthy and delicious recipes. Good index. Super book.
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Mrs A Fairbank
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No fancy ingredients
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 13, 2018
A first for me. I made a recipe from this on the day I received it. Great recipes with no fancy or unobtainable ingredients. Even though it is American I will have no problems trying any of the recipes. I own an expensive pressure cooker and wanted to cook more than rice...See more
A first for me. I made a recipe from this on the day I received it. Great recipes with no fancy or unobtainable ingredients. Even though it is American I will have no problems trying any of the recipes. I own an expensive pressure cooker and wanted to cook more than rice and pluses. This book is making that happen.
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The best cookbook that I own I know have 2 copies
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The best cookbook that I own I know have 2 copies. I have hundreds of cookbooks this the one I would save in a fire.
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Thai Red Curry with Squash, Mushrooms & Broccoli from Vegan Under Pressure

Serves 4 to 6

I am wowed by the flavor of this fusion-style dish, where winter squash pairs very well with Thai curry. The mushrooms add earthiness and a lot of texture, while the broccoli (or greens) adds freshness. If you are not familiar with lime leaves, you will likely recognize the flavor if you’ve eaten Thai food. Store the leaves in your freezer so that they are available when you need them. Galangal is a root, similar to ginger, that is used in Thai cooking. Chana dal is split chickpeas, which are used often in Indian cooking. If you can’t find them, split red lentils stand in easily. This is a perfect winter dish.

Directions

1. Heat a stovetop pressure cooker over medium heat or set an electric cooker to sauté. Add the onion and dry sauté for 1 minute. Add the garlic and chile and cook 1 minute longer.

2. Add the chana dal, galangal, lime leaves, ¾ cup of the stock, the coconut milk, and curry paste. Lock the lid on the cooker. Bring to high pressure; cook for 3 minutes. Let the pressure come down naturally. Remove the lid, carefully tilting it away from you.

3. Add the squash, mushrooms, and remaining 1 cup stock. Lock the lid back on the cooker. Bring to high pressure; cook for 3 minutes. Quick release the pressure. Remove the lid, carefully tilting it away from you.

4. Stir in the broccoli. Lock the lid back on and let sit for 2 minutes. Carefully open the lid. Remove the galangal slices.

5. Transfer the contents to a large bowl. Add lime juice to taste, sprinkle with cilantro, and serve.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup sliced onion
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 teaspoon or more minced hot chile, such as jalapeño; or ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper
  • ½ cup chana dal or split red lentils
  • 2 pieces dried galangal slices
  • 2 kaffir lime leaves
  • 1¾ cups vegetable stock
  • ½ cup regular or light coconut milk
  • 2 teaspoons Thai red curry paste
  • 4 to 5 cups (or more) peeled cubed winter squash, such as butternut, kabocha, or acorn (1 pound)
  • 4 ounces oyster mushrooms, sliced
  • 1 cup broccoli florets; or 2 cups thinly sliced kale, collard greens, or Swiss chard
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons lime juice
  • Chopped cilantro, for garnish

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