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NAACP IMAGE AWARD WINNER • “Phenomenal . . . transforms the kitchen into a site for creating global culinary encounters, this time inviting us to savor Afro-Asian vegan creations.”—Angela Y. Davis, distinguished professor emerita at the University of California Santa Cruz

IACP AWARD FINALIST • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY The New Yorker The Washington Post Vogue San Francisco ChronicleForbes Food & WineSalonGarden & GunDelish Epicurious

More than 100 beautifully simple recipes that teach you the basics of a great vegan meal centered on real food, not powders or meat substitutes—from the James Beard Award-winning chef and author of Afro-Vegan

 
Food justice activist and author Bryant Terry breaks down the fundamentals of plant-based cooking in Vegetable Kingdom, showing you how to make delicious meals from popular vegetables, grains, and legumes. Recipes like Dirty Cauliflower, Barbecued Carrots with Slow-Cooked White Beans, Millet Roux Mushroom Gumbo, and Citrus & Garlic-Herb-Braised Fennel are enticing enough without meat substitutes, instead relying on fresh ingredients, vibrant spices, and clever techniques to build flavor and texture. 

The book is organized by ingredient, making it easy to create simple dishes or showstopping meals based on what’s fresh at the market. Bryant also covers the basics of vegan cooking, explaining the fundamentals of assembling flavorful salads, cooking filling soups and stews, and making tasty grains and legumes. With beautiful imagery and classic design, Vegetable Kingdom is an invaluable tool for plant-based cooking today.

Praise for Vegetable Kingdom

“In the great Black American tradition of the remix and doing what you can with what you got, my friend Bryant Terry goes hard at vegetables with a hip-hop eye and a Southern grandmama’s nature. To paraphrase Maya Angelou, Bryant wants us to know that once we know vegetables better, we will cook vegetables better. He ain’t lyin’.” —W. Kamau Bell, comedian, author, and host of the Emmy Award–winning series United Shades of America

“[Terry’s] perspective is casual and family-oriented, and the book feels personal and speaks to a wide swath of cooks . . . each dish comes with a recommended soundtrack, completing his mission to provide an immersive, joyful experience.” Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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“With  Vegetable Kingdom, Bryant Terry positions great cooking exactly where it belongs: smack dab in the midst of our lives. Here is the kind of cooking in context—among kids and friends, ancestors and communities—that has the power to bring us profound meaning and pure pleasure. Bryant understands that our kitchens are where sustenance, and substance, simmer. With an inspired soundtrack and a loving spirit, he reminds us that the familiar, exotic, and delicious kingdom of vegetables offers all the richness we could ever want.” —Cal Peternell, chef and author of Twelve RecipesA Recipe for Cooking; and Almonds, Anchovies, and Pancetta

“Vibrant plant-based recipes—from Jerk Tofu Wrapped in Collard Leaves to Farro and Kidney Beans with Burnt Scallions—capable of exciting even die-hard carnivores.” ––Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Vegetable Kingdom is an artful and inspiring volume that is not only a collection of innovative plant-based recipes, it’s also a multifaceted celebration of culture, family, ecology, and health. Bryant Terry’s true artistry is in his ability to celebrate and remix global foodways in vegan creations that are full of vitality and beauty. This gorgeous book gives everyone access to Bryant’s amazing creative vision: it’s a joyous collection of Afro-Asian recipes that delight the eye as well as the palate.” —Thelma Golden, director and chief curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

Vegetable Kingdom is an altar to our Diasporic ancestors, a legacy offering to our children, and a shrine to the plant friends who nourish us. As a parent, I felt inspired by the ingenious ways that Bryant ‘Blackifies’ uncommon vegetables and makes them kid-friendly. As a Haitian, I felt particularly jubilant as I prepared spicy Pikliz to the steamy Creole love ballad ‘Ou Fe’m’ that Bryant paired with the recipe. As an overworked, time-scarce person, I appreciated the tips for advanced prep on the weekends and inclusion of efficient meals.” —Leah Penniman, co-director of Soul Fire Farm and author of Farming While Black

“Bryant Terry wrote  Vegetable Kingdom for his daughters and we’re so lucky we get to have it on our shelves, too. Whether or not you’re vegan, it’s full of recipes we all want to make in our kitchens. From crunchy slaws to creamy soups and vegetable po’boys, Bryant has created an inspiring collection of dishes that channel so many influences.” —Julia Turshen, author of Small Victories, host of Keep Calm & Cook On, and founder of Equity at the Table

“I absolutely love  Vegetable Kingdom, which is an inventive, mouth-watering feast of many kinds, and at the same time sensual, musical, intellectual, and cultural. What Bryant Terry has done most beautifully is to root African Diasporic and Asian cuisines in their proper soil of family and community. This book feels like home in the deepest sense—full of brilliant colors, sounds, smells, and flavors—and it is our great fortune to be invited in.” —Jamel Brinkley, National Book Award finalist and author of A Lucky Man

About the Author

Bryant Terry is a James Beard Award-winning chef and educator and the author of Afro-Vegan. He is renowned for his activism and efforts to create a healthy, equitable, and sustainable food system. He is currently in his fifth year as chef-in-residence at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, where he creates programming that celebrates the intersection of food, farming, health, activism, art, culture, and the African Diaspora. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, and San Francisco Chronicle, and on NPR''s All Things Considered. San Francisco magazine included Bryant among the 11 Smartest People in the Bay Area Food Scene and Fast Company named him one of 9 People Who Are Changing the Future of Food.

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Introduction 

Fennel for Zenzi

Vegetable Kingdom
is inspired by my daughters, Mila and Zenzi. They have blessed this book like my ancestors blessed meals, by humbling me to that which is greater than myself. When Mila pulls a gloriously resonant hum out of her cello and when Zenzi dances in energetic spins and wild flourishes, they are turning the love and effort I pour into them into a vitality and power that they will carry far beyond what I could ever know. I wrote this book to make a diversity of foods of the plant kingdom irresistible to them, to inspire their curiosity, and to show them the pleasure of a lifelong adventure with good, nourishing food. That mission drives this book.

Vegetable Kingdom reflects the essence of how my wife, Jidan, and I root and raise our children. Mila and Zenzi have been rooted in the garden with farm-fresh ingredients and raised on a diversity of dishes, springing from the deep well of Black and Asian foodways. We help shape their multicultural identity organically by creating and consuming Afro-Asian food and the spectrum of flavors they engage, often in the same meal. While I emphasize ingredients, cooking techniques, and classic dishes of the African Diaspora, Jidan does the same with Asian food—Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese. So this book features a number of ingredients and flavors from East and Southeast Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean, and the American South. With such an expanse of cultural ground to cover, it is serendipitous that it was the Mediterranean—a region at the crossroads of Africa, Asia, and Europe—and one of its hardiest vegetables, fennel, that acted as a catalyst for unifying the dynamic spirit and energy that permeates this book.
 
A few years ago, I was at the farmers’ market checking out the late summer/early fall bounty: flavorful Seascape strawberries, fresh cranberry shelling beans, vibrant Red Burgundy okra, and plump pomegranates, to name a few. That morning, fennel was all over the place. The bulbs glowed bright white. The stalks and fronds were moist and fresh, and their aniselike aroma was strong. One stand offered samples of crunchy sweet slices with fresh lemon juice squeezed over them. I had never really bought fennel unless a recipe required it, but that day the fennel was calling me! Ya boy bought four bunches on the strength of that smorgasbord for the senses. Driving home, I decided I would use every part of the fennel. I envisioned the feathery fronds as a garnish, flashing back to Instagram posts by some of my favorite chefs (like JJ Johnson, Rob McDaniel, and Jeremy Fox), creatively balancing color and making dishes pop by arranging fresh herbs, microgreens, and citrus zest on top of them. I figured I would put the fennel stems into the freezer, along with other vegetable scraps reserved for stocks. I had no idea how I would cook the bulb that day, even though it’s the only part I really used in the past.
 
Regardless of how I prepared the fennel, I was a little nervous that Zenzi, my five-year-old, would not be into it. Mila, my eight-year-old, has always had an adventurous palate; she loves to try different cuisines and takes pride in eating unfamiliar dishes. Zenzi, on the other hand, would be happy if she had pasta, bread, and crackers at every meal.

My other goal was to create a dish through the lens of the African Diaspora. Inspired by visual artists Romare Bearden, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Deborah Roberts, and Derrick Adams, as well as some of my favorite hip hop producers like Prince Paul, The Bomb Squad, DJ Premier, RZA, Organized Noise, and Madlib, I have approached recipe development as a collagist—curating, cutting, pasting, and remixing staple ingredients, cooking techniques, and traditional Black dishes popular throughout the world to make my own signature recipes. But this approach is bigger than creating cookbooks.
 
Many people build altars, visit gravesites, and reminisce with photos to engage with loved ones who have passed. For me, recipe creation is a praxis where I honor and bring to life the teachings, traditional knowledge, and hospitality of my blood and spiritual ancestors by making food. While it may not be obvious, most recipes that I develop stand on the shoulders of relatives, mentors, historical heroes and heroines, and those who inhabited the land on which I live and work. Educating my girls about and introducing them to foods and flavors of the African Diaspora allows me to teach history and share memories with them; it helps them learn about and take pride in the contributions of their ancestors, culinary and otherwise; and it celebrates foods of the African Diaspora in a world where European cuisine is at the center and Black food is often at the margins.
 
So how did I Blackify fennel, use the entire vegetable, and create a recipe that even the most finicky eaters would enjoy? In my first pass, I pan-seared it in olive oil, then basted it in a tangy citrus and garlic-herb sauce inspired by mojo, a condiment/marinade popular in Cuban cooking. It was solid, but something was missing. To bring more complexity and balance while building on the Afro-Caribbean theme, I thinly sliced some of the fennel stalks and added them to the sauce while simmering and basting the fennel. I also pulverized savory plantain chips in a spice grinder and sprinkled the powder on top before serving. The fennel was fire! It even passed muster with my girls: As I nervously looked on during dinner, they were all smiles, and they couldn’t get enough of the plantain powder. Turned out, freestyling an African Diaspora–inspired vegetable dish (that kids enjoyed) was easier than I thought.
 
Our girls tasted and approved most of the recipes in this book, so even if dishes don’t appear to be “kid-friendly,” they are. In fact, I want real food to be seen as kid-friendly. It incenses me when we eat at nice restaurants and the kids’ menu is limited to hot dogs, fries, and chicken fingers, when it could flourish with Millet, Red Lentil, and Potato Cakes (page 175), Pan-Seared Summer Squash Sandwiches (page 121), and Jerk Tofu Wrapped in Collard Leaves (page 143). We serve our girls whole-food meals at home, but the idea that kids can’t enjoy what adults eat is horribly reinforced when those menus bearing heavily processed crap and edible food-like substances are plopped in front of them as soon as they sit down. At home I will often take the most obscure vegetables and prepare them in familiar ways so that Mila and Zenzi raise their food IQ and expand their palates. Throughout writing Vegetable Kingdom, I realized that this educational approach would apply to anyone. You may not have tried (or heard of) kohlrabi, but I promise you’ll be hooked once you simply coal-roast it and serve it with a west African–inspired peanut sauce, garnished with peanuts, Fresno chiles, and lemon zest.

Even the structure of Vegetable Kingdom was inspired by my daughters. I initially planned to organize the book around the four seasons, as I mostly build meals with an eye on the beautiful, seasonal produce growing in our home garden or piled on tables in farmers’ markets throughout Northern California. But after Mila mentioned that her gardening class at school classifies vegetables according to which part of the plant is eaten, I decided to follow that structure for this book: Seeds, Bulbs, Stems, Flowers, Fruits, Leaves, Fungi, Tubers, and Roots. For vegetables that fall into multiple categories, I strive to use all parts of the plant. For example, beets offer their commonly used roots, as well as their delicious, edible leaves, which are too often discarded.
 
The literal vegetable kingdom is vast; this is just my snapshot. In Vegetable Kingdom, you’ll find more than 175 recipes (including subrecipes and pantry items) that bring out the best in more than thirty vegetables. I also share my favorite tools, tips, and ideas for cooking vegetables and building creative meals on your own. You can find most ingredients at a farmers’ market or quality supermarket, but you might need to visit specialty grocery stores or order some ingredients online. It’s worth it to get the full flavor of the recipe and to fall in love with vegetables, grains, or legumes you’ve never had before. My sincere hope is that this book effects real change in your world by inspiring your journey into the vast and verdant pleasures of botanical bounty. If this book moves you to try new vegetables, and to think more critically and creatively about how and what you eat, I’ll have fulfilled the calling to create this homage to health as learning and pleasure. Now, go forth, and explore  Vegetable Kingdom.

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Creative recipes, but might be difficult with limited time and budget
Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2020
This book is beautiful and I cant wait to try some of the recipes. There are many sub-recipes, which means you need to make more time to prepare the recipes (and spend more money procuring the ingredients, which can sometimes be a bit obscure). I like how he breaks down how... See more
This book is beautiful and I cant wait to try some of the recipes. There are many sub-recipes, which means you need to make more time to prepare the recipes (and spend more money procuring the ingredients, which can sometimes be a bit obscure). I like how he breaks down how to prepare certain things, making it more friendly to less experienced cooks like myself. This book inspires me to cook but is not something I would regularly use with my limited time & budget. It would be a great gift to any vegan and veggie friends you have that like to cook -- it''s a really beautiful and thoughtful book.
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Karin F.
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Complex and hard to find ingredients.
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2020
I’m sure many of these recipes are delicious but beware, they include many hard to find specialty ingredients. In addition, the recipes call for an abundant number of ingredients. Author suggests that the first time you make these recipes you prepare them exactly as... See more
I’m sure many of these recipes are delicious but beware, they include many hard to find specialty ingredients. In addition, the recipes call for an abundant number of ingredients. Author suggests that the first time you make these recipes you prepare them exactly as written. That would be a challenge due to the number of ingredients not readily found in grocery stores. I will use as a suggestion and improvise from there.
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Beautiful book, as fiction or display
Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
This is a gorgeous book, but it’s the kind of cookbook I read as fiction. It would be lovely displayed in a kitchen or on the coffee table. The majority of the recipes have more ingredients and more steps than are realistic for me. I’ll probably use the book as... See more
This is a gorgeous book, but it’s the kind of cookbook I read as fiction. It would be lovely displayed in a kitchen or on the coffee table.

The majority of the recipes have more ingredients and more steps than are realistic for me. I’ll probably use the book as inspiration, and simplify the recipes, using as many shortcuts and prepared items as possible.

There are many recipes where I would love to eat the finished product, but someone with more patience than I have would need to cook.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2020
The book has some seriously flavorful recipes! I’ve only made a half a dozen recipes (citrus fennel dish on the cover, the collards, sun choke rigatoni, etc.) which have been amazing. I have dozens of whole food plant based diet cookbooks, but this is finding its way to... See more
The book has some seriously flavorful recipes! I’ve only made a half a dozen recipes (citrus fennel dish on the cover, the collards, sun choke rigatoni, etc.) which have been amazing. I have dozens of whole food plant based diet cookbooks, but this is finding its way to one of my favs. Close second to Blissful Basil. As far as complexity goes, it’s the opposite of Thug Kitchen (which is awesome as well), but the dishes are worth the extra complexity
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Beautiful vegetable-centric recipes
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2020
I have received a free copy of Vegetable Kingdom from Ten Speed Press in exchange for a free and unbiased review. I eat a plant based diet, so I always appreciate a cookbook where I can make any and every recipe, without any modifications. This is certainly a... See more
I have received a free copy of Vegetable Kingdom from Ten Speed Press in exchange for a free and unbiased review.

I eat a plant based diet, so I always appreciate a cookbook where I can make any and every recipe, without any modifications. This is certainly a bonus when reading through the recipes created by Bryant Terry. However, I did find that his pantry ingredients are far more diverse than I have stocked, so it took me some time to decide on which recipes to cook – because of needing to buy ingredients!

Vegetables are completely centric to the recipes and I love the explanation of how the recipes are grouped, based on his daughter''s gardening class at school classifying vegetables based on what part of the plant is eaten: Seeds, Bulbs, Stems, Flowers, Fruits, Leaves... etc.

Since this review is written in February, I first made a recipe from the ''fruit'' section, using winter squash to make Butternut squash and sesame seed hand pies. Really delightful results and each step was explained well. I had a couple leftover hand pies and they were great reheated for a couple work lunches. I''m always excited to make things that can travel well/ keep for another day. I look forward to making many other recipes when the vegetables highlighted are in season. I hope I only have to wait a couple more weeks to buy asparagus for the Roasted Sweet Potato and Asparagus Po''boy.

One other note, this book definitely has sub-recipes – sauces, spreads, creams (vegan cashew cream is totally worth making), seasonings and marinades. It requires a little more planing, but so far the results have been incredibly worthwhile.

Thanks for the free book, @tenspeedpress!
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Susan Welch
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This is a beautiful interesting book
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2020
This is almost a coffee table book. Beautiful and different. But it is not for every day cooking. I love southern cooking. I have paged through the book for a number of nights. So far, I have only found one recipe simple enough with easy to find ingredients that I... See more
This is almost a coffee table book. Beautiful and different. But it is not for every day cooking. I love southern cooking. I have paged through the book for a number of nights. So far, I have only found one recipe simple enough with easy to find ingredients that I will make. For a chef or a restaurant owner, it is fabulous. For putting together your nightly meal, it will not do. If you want something unique and different, this is your book. If you are looking for recipes for every night of the week, this is not the book for you.
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Not a vegetarian but could be ...
Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2020
I am not a vegetarian by definition but could be in a heartbeat!
I am always looking to add more vegetables to my family’s meals.
The recipes I have tried are wonderful
I wish there were more photos of completed dishes.
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Veggies music and soul 🙌🏻🌱
Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2020
Absolutely gorgeous book! I’m vegan and love music so the combination of both really looks good in my cookbook collection. I’ve made 4 recipes so far and all were delicious.
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So far I''m impressed
Reviewed in Canada on February 10, 2021
I bought this on the basis of excellent reviews. I tried a lentil soup recipe and thought it was worth the price of the book--very good! I have also made a pasta recipe that included ''sun choke cream" which is basically a dairy substitute that could be used in many recipes....See more
I bought this on the basis of excellent reviews. I tried a lentil soup recipe and thought it was worth the price of the book--very good! I have also made a pasta recipe that included ''sun choke cream" which is basically a dairy substitute that could be used in many recipes. I am not vegan and to simplify the recipe it would be easy to use cream, but I actually thought that it was quite tasty and will likely make it again. Based on the two recipes I''ve tried to date, I definitely recommend this cook book.
I bought this on the basis of excellent reviews. I tried a lentil soup recipe and thought it was worth the price of the book--very good! I have also made a pasta recipe that included ''sun choke cream" which is basically a dairy substitute that could be used in many recipes. I am not vegan and to simplify the recipe it would be easy to use cream, but I actually thought that it was quite tasty and will likely make it again. Based on the two recipes I''ve tried to date, I definitely recommend this cook book.
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super boek qua recepten is mijn 2e boek van schrijver zeker kopen voor vegans
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Heel intressant maar oplage boek zelf is hopeloos Uitzicht en fotos ok maar doe boek open en verschillende lose bladeren over gans het boek en anderen heb ik moeten open knippen
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