Recipes from books

Below are some books that include recipes on using Vogue Cuisine bases.

 Eco-Cuisine, by Ron Pickarski
"Vogue Vege Base - This vegetarian soup base has no chemicals or MSG. It is a vegetable-based seasoning powder and very low in salt". Some recipes in this book that use Vogue's VegeBase: Boston Seafood Chowder, Cream of Pumpkin Soup, Tofu Fricassee, Garbanzos Vesuvius, Beans in Red Wine Sauce, Fresh Basil Sauce, Sardaline Sauce.
Friendly Foods, by Ron Pickarski
"Vogue Vege Base, produced by Vogue Cuisine, is a basic seasoning in my kitchen." Some recipes in this book that use Vogue's VegeBase: Michigan Navy Bean Soup, Butternut Squash Chowder, Lebanese Lemon Bake, Thanksgiving Day Tofu, Carrot Sauce, Szekely Goulash.

Disease-Proof Your Child, by Dr. Joel Fuhrman
Dr. Fuhrman used Vogue's VegeBase in many of his healthy recipes. He introduced the soup & seasoning base on Page 177: "VegeBase is an instant vegetable soup mix that can be added to the soups or vegetable dishes as a flavoring..."

Eat to Live, by Dr. Joel Fuhrman 
"Vege Base Instant Soup Mix by Vogue --- this is a blend of dehydrated vegetables and mild seasonings that tastes great sprinkled on salad or added to soups or vegetable dishes. I use it frequently in the recipes that follow."

1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes, by Carol Fenster 
Several gluten-free recipes based on Vogue Cuisine's bases, including the Bechamel Sauce and Onion Soup Mix.
Everyday Vegan: 300 Recipes for Healthful Eating, by Jeani-Rose Atchison
Vogue bases are featured in 50+ of the fine recipes included in this book, including many types of Soups (e.g., Creamy Mushroom Soup, Curried Sprouted Lentil Stew, Oriental Gazpacho, Ukrainian Cabbage Soup), Salads and Salad Dressings (e.g., Arame-Zucchini Sesame Toss, Mock Chicken, "Egg" Salad with Jalapeno and Cumin, Eric's Favorite Dressing), Entrees (e.g., Primavera Pasta, Thai Stir Fry, Cashew Nut Casserole, Smoked Tofu and Mushroom Flan, Veggie and Black Bean Tacos, Cashew Burgers).
Secrets of fat-free Italian cooking, by Sandra Woodruff
"Other products that can help you reduce your salt intake are Vogue soup bases. Made mostly of powdered vegetables, Vogue chicken, beef, vegetable, and onion bases contain about 60 percent less sodium than most dry bouillons. Simply add to water for a great reduced-sodium stock."

The best-kept secrets of healthy cooking, by Sandra Woodruff
"You can eliminate salt worries, though, by choosing a brand like Vogue Vege Base, a vegetable bouillon made mostly of powdered vegetables."

Esalen Cookbook, by Charlie Cascio 
"A fresh stock base can be fortified by using a good-quality powdered soup and stock base. And if you don't have time to make a fresh stock, I can recommend ... dehydrated stock bases: ... Vogue Cuisine...".
Natural Healing, by Sue Nirenberg and Jack Soltanoff 
Vogue Vegebases were used in many of Sue and Jack's finest healthy recipes. Examples include Green Beans Dilly Delight, Kasha Delight and Snappy Tomato Soup.

Appetite for Reduction: 125 Fast and Filling Low-Fat Vegan Recipes, by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Matthew Ruscigno
"As for broth powder, it really does great things for the texture so I decided to use it. Some brands I like are Vogue Vegebase..."

Short-Cut Vegan: Great Taste in No Time, by Lorna J. Sass
"Instant vegetable stock powder is a major player in my recipes because it contributes the flavors of a dozen or so herbs and vegetables without any shopping, cleaing, or chopping! ... Once I did a blind testing of about ten different brands of instant vegetable stock ... Vogue Instant Vege Base ranked highest in the tasting, based on its excellent flavor."

Vegan Unplugged: A Pantry Cuisine Cookbook and Survival Guide, by Jon Robertson, Robin Robertson
"We favor the Vogue Cuisine brand powdered soup base. They are made with mostly organic ingredients, have a good flavor, no MSG or other additives, ..."