CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Gluten-Free Vegan Whole Foods Recipes

That’s easy for you to say! An open-air vegetable market in Padangpanjang, West Sumatra (image via Wikimedia Commons).

The Book Cricket is putting together a gluten-free vegan wholefoods cookbook, and you’re invited to pitch in!  Send submissions to thebookcricket@gmail.com before June 30, 2012.

Here’s what we’re looking for:

    • Original, previously unpublished recipes.
    • Recipes that contain no gluten or animal products of any kind.
    • Whole foods recipes. Ideally, every ingredient should be a food in its natural state or as close to its natural state as possible.   That said, “substitutes” like rice pasta or dairy-free margarine are sometimes par for the course.  (UPDATE: By “whole foods” we primarily mean “things that are (a) food(s),” as opposed to “things that are (a) food(s) plus a bunch of weird chemicals no one can pronounce.”  Feel free to consider canned beans/veggies/etc., 100% juice, and suchlike to be “whole foods.”)
Send submissions to thebookcricket@gmail.com.  Include:
    • your name  (since we’ll publish these with the recipes, a psuedonym or a first name and last initial are okay)
    • your email address
    • the recipe’s name and type of dish (appetizer, snack, drink, main course, soup, salad, side dish, dessert)
    • approximately how many people the recipe serves
    • a list of ingredients
    • detailed instructions for preparing the recipe

If your recipe has a great tale behind it, or if you have a good “war story” about being gluten-free and/or vegan, tell us!  We may include it in the cookbook.

Bon appetit!

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