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Adele McConnell brings a fresh, inspired look to plant-based food, showing just how satisfying, dynamic and undeniably delicious contemporary vegan cooking can be. The beautifully photographed recipes make the most of a wide variety of fresh ingredients, drawing inspiration from cuisines around the world to help you create healthy, balanced meals effortlessly. McConnell pr Adele McConnell brings a fresh, inspired look to plant-based food, showing just how satisfying, dynamic and undeniably delicious contemporary vegan cooking can be. The beautifully photographed recipes make the most of a wide variety of fresh ingredients, drawing inspiration from cuisines around the world to help you create healthy, balanced meals effortlessly. McConnell proves once and for all that there's no need to sacrifice flavor to eat animal-free. She creates her stylish, mouth-watering dishes with innovative techniques and nutrient-packed ingredients, including whole grains and protein sources such as pulses, nuts, tempeh and tofu. From Mushroom & Roasted Beetroot Polenta Nests to Chinese Spring Onion Pancakes with Ginger Dipping Sauce, you'll find dishes that will tempt both part-time and fully-committed vegans alike. Complete with 100 inspiring, easy-to-follow recipes, The Vegan Cookbook isn't merely about creating great meat-free food, it's about producing sensational dishes everyone will want to make time and time again.


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Adele McConnell brings a fresh, inspired look to plant-based food, showing just how satisfying, dynamic and undeniably delicious contemporary vegan cooking can be. The beautifully photographed recipes make the most of a wide variety of fresh ingredients, drawing inspiration from cuisines around the world to help you create healthy, balanced meals effortlessly. McConnell pr Adele McConnell brings a fresh, inspired look to plant-based food, showing just how satisfying, dynamic and undeniably delicious contemporary vegan cooking can be. The beautifully photographed recipes make the most of a wide variety of fresh ingredients, drawing inspiration from cuisines around the world to help you create healthy, balanced meals effortlessly. McConnell proves once and for all that there's no need to sacrifice flavor to eat animal-free. She creates her stylish, mouth-watering dishes with innovative techniques and nutrient-packed ingredients, including whole grains and protein sources such as pulses, nuts, tempeh and tofu. From Mushroom & Roasted Beetroot Polenta Nests to Chinese Spring Onion Pancakes with Ginger Dipping Sauce, you'll find dishes that will tempt both part-time and fully-committed vegans alike. Complete with 100 inspiring, easy-to-follow recipes, The Vegan Cookbook isn't merely about creating great meat-free food, it's about producing sensational dishes everyone will want to make time and time again.

30 review for The Vegan Cookbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nadine

    A little bit about me: (I am a vegetarian since my teens, not so much for ethical reasons but because I stopped liking the taste of meat, for about a year now I am flirting with the idea of veganism (mostly because it is very tasty in a way that is both simple and refined to me: Fresh ingredients combined in an intersting way with just a dash of often exotic spices) and tested a lot of vegan recipes and it took over more and more of my eating habits, for about 4 months now I am „quite vegan“, in A little bit about me: (I am a vegetarian since my teens, not so much for ethical reasons but because I stopped liking the taste of meat, for about a year now I am flirting with the idea of veganism (mostly because it is very tasty in a way that is both simple and refined to me: Fresh ingredients combined in an intersting way with just a dash of often exotic spices) and tested a lot of vegan recipes and it took over more and more of my eating habits, for about 4 months now I am „quite vegan“, in general I only eat vegan stuff but I can't (and don't want to) let go of my milk coffee in the morning/ afternoon, I tried plant based milks but to me it all tastes quite horrible in coffee.) About the book: The introduction was surely one of the best parts. I liked the way it offered arguments for eating less or no animal products without a preaching tone. It also seems to come from a relaxed point of view offering alternatives to meat and dairy products either now and then or as a new nutrition habit. The introduction gave a great overview over typical food in a vegan diet with tips where to obtain them and how to prepare them and what characteristic mineral value they offer. To me pictures are a very important part of a cook book and I really liked the style of the pictures in this one. Quite light/ white with the food as coloured highlights and often unconventional cropping. (I only had a digital copy for review and my kindle only showed them in black/ white but I had a look at them on my trusty mobile.) To me the pictures were quite inviting although not stunning as other vegan/ vegetarian cookbooks are. Not all recipes came with a picture in my edition, which was a bit disappointing. My first attempt were the crepes filled with spinach and mushrooms. It took two attempts to get the dough the right way as to be honest the first time I wasn't following the recipe 100 %. So the dough came out a bit too soft and uncrispy. The second time with strict following the measurements it was way better, but to me there was far too much margarine/ fat in there. I have experimented a lot with vegan pancake recipes lately and they were generally less rich in fat. But the filling was simply divine. I loved the yogurt at the side, too. I also tried the lychee, raspberry & rose sherbet . It was really good. I am lucky enough to own an ice cream maker and could do it in the machine rather than leaving it in the freezer to frost. After tasting the sherbet before frosting I felt like it was way too unsweet (it will be in more need of sweetness after frosting, so I added some agave syrup and in the end the result was perfect.). Maybe the canned lychees in Germany are less sweet than in Australia/ The USA? (The author is from Australia, but I got the US version of the book.) But the outcome was really great, the combination of lychees and raspberries is one I have to keep in mind for further experiments and exploring. Usually cook books make me want to test a lot of recipes, especially vegan ones which often are still a mystery to me after growing up being taught you need eggs for certain things like pancakes etc., they make me want to give it a try to prove my first instincts („this can't work without an egg!“) wrong, but here I was only mildly interested to be honest. But maybe I would feel more inspired with an actual print copy. All in all in seems like a nice book with nice recipes but even though I intended to try way more than two recipes to judge the book, i never felt inspired to try more so far.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Anastasia Aisaysana

    Whether you self-identify as a vegan-for-lifer or simply as one scoping out the scene, chances are, your experience has been dampened by a single, misguided serving of the dreaded hippie gruel. Fear not. Food blogger, Adele McConnell, of Vegie Head has assembled a luscious collection of recipes for newbie vegans and for those of us who choose a nutritious, plant-based diet. Vegan Cookbook is filled with page after page of gorgeous photos of mouthwatering dishes that will both inspire and nourish. Whether you self-identify as a vegan-for-lifer or simply as one scoping out the scene, chances are, your experience has been dampened by a single, misguided serving of the dreaded hippie gruel. Fear not. Food blogger, Adele McConnell, of Vegie Head has assembled a luscious collection of recipes for newbie vegans and for those of us who choose a nutritious, plant-based diet. Vegan Cookbook is filled with page after page of gorgeous photos of mouthwatering dishes that will both inspire and nourish. More than just a book of vegan recipes, The Vegan Cookbook educates readers as to the benefits of avoiding animal products in our foods and simplifies meal-planning for individuals with food sensitivities by clearly marking gluten, soy, nut, sugar free and raw food recipes using easily-identifiable icons to indicate recipes for specialized dietary preferences. Using easily accessible ingredients, McConnell's approach to meals is easy to recreate in your own kitchen, and with a wide variety of offerings, this title could easily sit alone as the only instructional cookbook on your shelf. Home cooks will enjoy preparing their own vegan milks and cheeses, which for many can mean the difference between diving into an all plant-based diet, or backing away for fear of being denied their favorite, savory dishes. Decadent offerings of smoothies and compotes are sure to invoke a satisfying start to your day, while lunches of Curried Chickpea Satay and Sweet Potato Cups with Hummus and Walnut Pesto will ignite a new love of all things veggie. McConnell's succulent, savory, Rustic Tart with Spinach Pesto will win you with its gratifying flavor, and her Cherry Coconut Crunch Bars, Lime and Coconut Muffins will have you salivating at the end of the meal.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Wendi Lee

    *Thanks to Duncan Baird Publishers and Netgalley for a free copy of this book!* Confession: I'm a lapsed vegan. I turned to a vegan diet when I was trying to lose weight and stabilize my blood sugar levels, and loved it because it broke my culinary world wide open. Before, I was a meat and potatoes girl, with little interest in green veggies. I cooked, but my repertoire was no more than a dozen dishes, all either beef or chicken. After, I was experimenting in the kitchen with diverse dishes from *Thanks to Duncan Baird Publishers and Netgalley for a free copy of this book!* Confession: I'm a lapsed vegan. I turned to a vegan diet when I was trying to lose weight and stabilize my blood sugar levels, and loved it because it broke my culinary world wide open. Before, I was a meat and potatoes girl, with little interest in green veggies. I cooked, but my repertoire was no more than a dozen dishes, all either beef or chicken. After, I was experimenting in the kitchen with diverse dishes from all over the world. It was exciting, and my cooking skills grew exponentially. Unfortunately, when I was pregnant with my daughter, the vegan diet went right out the window. I had morning, noon, and night sickness for much of the pregnancy, and couldn't eat most vegetables. Almost three years later, I saw this cookbook on Netgalley and realized how much I missed vegan cooking. Adele McConnell does a wonderful job of crafting accessible recipes without a lot of exotic, hard to find ingredients. I couldn't properly review a cookbook without trying some of the recipes, so I made the roasted afghani chickpeas (yum!) and winter lentil soup (equally delicious!). I fully intend to try some of the desserts, but for the purpose of this review, I ran out of time. For newbies, vegan cookbooks can be daunting because vegan cooking is presumed to be either tasteless or overly complicated. Here, there is a wonderful introduction to vegan cooking, explaining anything out of the ordinary, highlighting ingredients. My only complaint is that I'd like to see pictures of all the dishes!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    Thanks to NetGalley and Watkins Publishing Ltd for the ARC of this book. I’ve been vegetarian for 22 years, but recently I’ve been trying to eat a more vegan/raw food diet in order to lose weight, so I was excited to have the opportunity to review this book. As this was an electronic advanced review copy, it was slightly difficult to view the book. Ingredients lists were split over pages and recipes seemed to run into each other. Also, there was no consistency in the placement of the photos of rec Thanks to NetGalley and Watkins Publishing Ltd for the ARC of this book. I’ve been vegetarian for 22 years, but recently I’ve been trying to eat a more vegan/raw food diet in order to lose weight, so I was excited to have the opportunity to review this book. As this was an electronic advanced review copy, it was slightly difficult to view the book. Ingredients lists were split over pages and recipes seemed to run into each other. Also, there was no consistency in the placement of the photos of recipes, sometimes they were before the recipe and sometimes they were after, so when you reached a photo that looked interesting you did not know when to scroll backwards or forwards in the book to find the recipe. I assume that the hard copy will be a lot better formatted and much more user-friendly. Generally, I think recipe books work much better as hard copies. This seems like a good vegan recipe book. It has recipes from a wide range of cuisines from around the world. The author has a very friendly voice and I like the personal notes she gave with most recipes. The pictures are bright and colourful and appetizing. There’s a good section on vegan ingredients at the beginning of the book, although this could have included a bit more information on where to buy the ingredients. There were a few interesting recipe ideas for things I hadn’t thought of before, such as quinoa porridge. The information provided with recipes includes cooking and prep time and highlights where recipes a free of soy, sugar, nuts, seeds, gluten or where they are raw. However, there is no nutritional info such as calories, which I find useful, also there is no indication if recipes can be frozen. The recipe order is a bit odd; snacks and treats come before main courses, so there is a random sweet section in the middle of the book before we return to savoury main dishes. The one concern I have with this recipe book is the information about soy in the introductory section. I think this is a controversial subject. The author says she avoids eating soy because it contains phytoestrogens which mimic oestrogen in the body. However, I have read elsewhere that this assertion is inaccurate and the words sound alike but soy does not affect hormone levels in the body. I think where food and nutrition are concerned it is important to offer a balanced opinion based on scientific facts. So far I’ve tried cook two recipes from this book – Warm Tempeh Salad and Spicy Lentil and Quinoa Risotto. Both recipes were easy to follow, but neither turned out particularly well, both were quite spicy but didn’t have interesting layers of flavour, instead they were pretty one-note. I don’t think I’d bother making either again, but I will try some more recipes from this book, particularly I thought the breakfast recipes looked quite interesting.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lucie Paris

    Interesting and original recipes. If vegan is a notorious trend among lovers of healthy cooking, without animal products, I admit I opened this book by want to put new things on my plate, more than by mode or conviction. I eat everything. However, I am compelled to note that in getting older, I develop lactose intolerance. A reality that forced me to turn to soy milk and yogurt. It's great and tasty but I was not born in France, the land of cheese, to forbid myself of some pleasures... If red meat Interesting and original recipes. If vegan is a notorious trend among lovers of healthy cooking, without animal products, I admit I opened this book by want to put new things on my plate, more than by mode or conviction. I eat everything. However, I am compelled to note that in getting older, I develop lactose intolerance. A reality that forced me to turn to soy milk and yogurt. It's great and tasty but I was not born in France, the land of cheese, to forbid myself of some pleasures... If red meat is not necessarily my cup of tea, I also started to get tired of chicken breast and ham.That's why I was attracted to this cookbook. I was looking for tasty recipes with vegetables and fruits while finding solutions to keep my energy in seeds and grains. I was surprised because the receipes really make you want to chop, stir and blend. Unfortunately, I confess that, I eat primarily with my eyes. So my disappointment was with the lack of pictures to illustrate the dishes. Certainly, there are 85 great ones. They are very artistic and stylish but I would have preferred less art and more pictures to highlight dishes. Crêpes amateur, I'll test those with spinach and mushrooms. They looked delicious and frankly, they have sharpened my curiosity because they are without eggs and with almond milk. I'm curious about the result ... I am also looking forward to prepare the gnocchi with sage and basil or to enjoy a quinoa porridge. The author wanted to inspire people to try vegan cooking. For my part, the bet is successful! Lucie http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Madii Wade

    I really like this book! Has lots of simple yet interesting recipes and I like how the book is set out in breakfasts, lunches, snacks, main meals and desserts. There are also sections where you can see whether meals are gluten free, soya free, nut free, seed free, sugar free or raw. Highly recommended

  7. 4 out of 5

    Piper Gee

    Thank you to the publisher and net galley for the opportunity to check out The Vegan Cookbook. The following is my honest review. I have been vegan for 2 1\2 years. I have a lot recipes I use a lot, but still love checking out vegan cookbooks. Honestly, I was disappointed with this one. Firstly, the description mentions vegan meals, so I expected more variety, but maybe that's just me. I made the lemon basil artichoke pasta. If I make it again I'll make a few changes. Lots of potential, but not qu Thank you to the publisher and net galley for the opportunity to check out The Vegan Cookbook. The following is my honest review. I have been vegan for 2 1\2 years. I have a lot recipes I use a lot, but still love checking out vegan cookbooks. Honestly, I was disappointed with this one. Firstly, the description mentions vegan meals, so I expected more variety, but maybe that's just me. I made the lemon basil artichoke pasta. If I make it again I'll make a few changes. Lots of potential, but not quite there. Everyone has their own tastes of course. All in all, it isn't a bad cookbook, but I already have others I would highly recommend instead.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    I eat a plant-based diet. I am always on the lookout for new vegan and plant-based cookbooks. I was very impressed with The Vegan Cookbook. The recipes are simple and delicious. The photos are beautiful. I prefer a photo with every recipe, which this cookbook did not include. The range of recipes included is really nice. I would recommend this cookbook to any vegan, new or veteran. I received a free ARC from netgalley.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Judy D Collins

    A special thanks to Watkins Publishing, Duncan Baird Publishers, and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Whether you are a vegan or vegetarian, on the fence, or considering the health benefits of this lifestyle, THE VEGAN COOKBOOK (Feed Your Soul, Taste the Love: 100 of the Best Vegan Recipes), is a beautifully packaged, “must read”, for those who desire, or choose a nutritious, plant-based diet, while learning how to incorporate these foods into your daily life. Food blogger, A special thanks to Watkins Publishing, Duncan Baird Publishers, and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Whether you are a vegan or vegetarian, on the fence, or considering the health benefits of this lifestyle, THE VEGAN COOKBOOK (Feed Your Soul, Taste the Love: 100 of the Best Vegan Recipes), is a beautifully packaged, “must read”, for those who desire, or choose a nutritious, plant-based diet, while learning how to incorporate these foods into your daily life. Food blogger, Adele McConnell, has created an “all in one book” consisting of tempting dishes, easy to follow recipes, tons of informative and educational tidbits, stunning photography, spices and flavorings, a vegan pantry (items to stock for health benefits and descriptions—loved this part), and easy to follow icons (soy-free, nut-free, seed-free, sugar-free, and raw) -----all which will inspire you on your journey to wellness and healthy eating. The author has extensive food knowledge, based on years of blogging with her website Vegie Head—with tried and proven recipes by thousands of people all over the world—from people’s homes, restaurants, and cafes. (check out her blog and website) Her passion for food is reflective through the pages of this helpful book, as she demonstrates how to “feed your soul and taste the love!” McConnell is an enlightening author, and recipe evolutionist for people who want to enjoy more plant based recipes in their diet. From Melbourne, Australia, her mission is to "rock your world", and change the way you see vegan food; not only empowering you in the kitchen, but also empowering you in life--she creates food with integrity and power. THE VEGAN COOKBOOK is one of the best books I have read, and highly recommend! As a vegan, myself for almost three years, I am always seeking new books, and sources to expand my knowledge, new recipes to add variety, how to add new ingredients to my selection, while discovering the benefits of eating more raw products. McConnell offers easy substitutes for dairy, with readily available alternatives. Having a family history of cancer, heart, and cholesterol issues, have always been pretty physically fit and never taken any medications. However, after menopause, I began experiencing severe allergy problems, with anaphylaxis, food intolerances, sensitivities, insomnia, stress, hyperthyroid, weight gain, feeling sluggish, IBS, and a fast and pounding heart 24/7 --equipped with an EpiPen at all times, with no clue what was happening with my body? After much research, maintaining endless food journals, daily monitoring----found food additives, processed foods, preservatives, dairy, meats----were contributing to my health and allergy issues. (Have tests which prove this fact). I was tired of feeling bad, took control of my life, choosing to go vegan all the way. I have never regretted this wise decision. At age 61 ½, I feel great --maintaining optimal health, a size 4, fit, with tons of energy, always satisfied, ideal digestion, and able to attain restful sleep, with no allergies or health problems! I am feeling fresher, lighter, and healthier—due to a plant based diet. Eliminating meats and dairy offered profound results and would highly recommend, if you are experiencing these types of issues-- Loving this lifestyle choice! Health benefits aside, a plant-based diet can widen your horizons for discovering a wealth of new flavors, textures, colors, tastes, and culinary experiences, which is explained throughout this incredible book. What I enjoyed most about THE VEGAN COOKBOOK--Eating vegan food is an adventure in taste and ingredients---an abundance of healthy, filling, and incredible food. Many times these type books do not come equipped with many photos, especially in e-book format. Not the case here ---- whether you are choosing the hardcover or e-book ---THE VEGAN COOKBOOK, offers an abundance of images to tantalize your taste buds. As a huge fan of Pinterest, I have many boards and pins centered on food styling and photography. Food does not have to be bad for you, in order to be tempting or tasty. The photography was exceptional, and the color images were stunning--readers will be pleased even on e-readers. I have also tried many of the recipes and found them to be delectable and easy to plan and prepare. From The Plant Based Diet, Breakfast & Brunch, Lunch, Snacks and Treats, Main Meals, and Desserts--A 5 Star winner! If you have to choose one book—choose THE VEGAN COOKBOOK, as it is not just a one-time read; however, one which you will want to refer to daily. A “must resource and guide”, as you plan and build a wide range of healthier alternatives, and become inspired by this new way of eating with the pleasures of a plant-based diet. Judith D. Collins Must Read Books

  10. 5 out of 5

    ☔️ Stormy Day Reader

    Vegan: 100 of the Most Delicious Plant-Based Recipes Ever was written by a fellow blogger Adele McConnell. She writes the blog Vegie Head, I plan to check out her blog asap. Adele sure has a passion for food and it shows in her book. I liked how she said "You can change people's views on veganism and vegetarianism without scaring them away with statistics, facts or disturbing images." She did that with this book. I have been a vegetarian all my life but surely not vegan. Thinking vegan has alway Vegan: 100 of the Most Delicious Plant-Based Recipes Ever was written by a fellow blogger Adele McConnell. She writes the blog Vegie Head, I plan to check out her blog asap. Adele sure has a passion for food and it shows in her book. I liked how she said "You can change people's views on veganism and vegetarianism without scaring them away with statistics, facts or disturbing images." She did that with this book. I have been a vegetarian all my life but surely not vegan. Thinking vegan has always made me think of deprivation but after drooling over Adele's recipes I'm changing my mind. I also like how she suggests that instead of banning certain foods slowly introducing new ones into your recipes. She suggests if you don't have the ingredients at first that you can start off by substituting with something similar that you do have. In a lot of the recipes once you have the basic ingredients you will only need to pick up a couple other things to make them. I won't lie though, some recipes had like a page full of ingredients! Despite this the pictures made me want to run out and make the recipes. I wish there were pictures for all the recipes but there are a lot so that's good. Quite a few of the recipes had things that I grow in my garden that I've been clueless what to do with, for example: Kale. Adele uses a lot of different spices that I've never heard of but like I said once you stock up the investment should be worth it. I am interested in making most of the recipes in this book but the dinners weren't as much towards mine and my families tastes. All in all it was a great book and I feel empowered with lots of new ideas to slowly switch from vegetarianism to veganism!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Claudia Blanton

    Vegan cook books often contain ingredients that are either hard to find, expensive or at worst both. This is not one of those books. Beautifully crafted recipes that are mouthwatering perfect, are paired with irresistible images of the creation, inspiring the reader from the first moment they open the book to dive right into the preparation. Each section does not disappoint – from breakfast to snacks, salads to entrees, there are many inspirations to choose from. What also impressed me, is that m Vegan cook books often contain ingredients that are either hard to find, expensive or at worst both. This is not one of those books. Beautifully crafted recipes that are mouthwatering perfect, are paired with irresistible images of the creation, inspiring the reader from the first moment they open the book to dive right into the preparation. Each section does not disappoint – from breakfast to snacks, salads to entrees, there are many inspirations to choose from. What also impressed me, is that most recipes have potential variation on ingredients, so if you do not happen to have one item on hand, you have alternatives to reach for. Also each recipe is concluded with easy to read symbols that allow you to choose according to your dietary needs and preferences, from sugar-free to raw. Whether you are a full time vegan like my daughter, a person who likes to reduce their meat intake, like me, or you are looking for some healthy meals to add to your repertoire, this book is for you. My personal favorite are the Curried Cabbage and Potatoes on page 136, simply because I love really good curry, that is easy to make and satisfies even the meat-eaters in my family.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ange

    Love this book!!! I'm a big fan of all things curry, so I immediately tried all the curry dishes first. I now have a new favourite Green Curry recipe. Then were the quinoa recipes. This seems to be a popular food item the last year, so discovering more unique ways to prepare it, is wonderful as the few I've tried elsewhere aren't always great. I still have a few left to try, but over all, I haven't found a recipe that I haven't liked. SO thank you to Goodreads for selecting me, as well as Adele Love this book!!! I'm a big fan of all things curry, so I immediately tried all the curry dishes first. I now have a new favourite Green Curry recipe. Then were the quinoa recipes. This seems to be a popular food item the last year, so discovering more unique ways to prepare it, is wonderful as the few I've tried elsewhere aren't always great. I still have a few left to try, but over all, I haven't found a recipe that I haven't liked. SO thank you to Goodreads for selecting me, as well as Adele for this wonderful cook book :D I now keep this close at hand in the kitchen in my favourites section.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Chloé

    I received this book via First Reads. As a vegan myself, I was very pleased when I received this book. I tested about 10 of the recipes and all of them were delicious and extremely easy to make, maybe too easy. They are pretty basic and simple, which is a good thing for beginners and fast-made cooking. As for the book itself, the pictures are very beautiful and appetizing. A nice cookbook for everyone who loves to eat healthy and fresh food and does not want to spend hours trying to make dinner. I received this book via First Reads. As a vegan myself, I was very pleased when I received this book. I tested about 10 of the recipes and all of them were delicious and extremely easy to make, maybe too easy. They are pretty basic and simple, which is a good thing for beginners and fast-made cooking. As for the book itself, the pictures are very beautiful and appetizing. A nice cookbook for everyone who loves to eat healthy and fresh food and does not want to spend hours trying to make dinner. I will definitely keep making some of the recipes in there.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Shemene

    Goed boek en dan vooral de inleiding. De recepten waren kort en duidelijk omschreven. Toch viel het tegen omdat het niet echt "alledaagse" recepten waren en daarbij stonden er maar bij een paar recepten foto's. Dit was een beetje teleurstellend. Ik ga wel een recept uitproberen maar ik denk niet dat ik het boek daarna nog ga oppakken.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!}

    Disclaimer: This ARC was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review from Netgalley. This book was an easy to read guide to veganism and vegitarianism, and the recipes look so yummy. WANT!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    Some interesting recipes including gluten free ones and not too preachy on the 'vegan' aspect, but a simple author's view of why she went vegan.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    very good will be cooking a lot out of this book

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

  19. 4 out of 5

    Towandajane

  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

  22. 5 out of 5

    Susan

  23. 5 out of 5

    Janet

  24. 5 out of 5

    Elijah Alexandre Cooper

  25. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Staheli

  26. 4 out of 5

    D Wieloch

  27. 4 out of 5

    Michael Griffin

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Hoffmann

  29. 4 out of 5

    Roddy

  30. 5 out of 5

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