Released just last month, DIY Vegan is already my new favorite cookbook for so many reasons– and it’s probably going to be your new favorite too. This is newest release from Nicole Axworthy of A Dash of Compassion and Lisa Pitman of Vegan Culinary Crusade. DIY Vegan is a gorgeous book full of great ideas […]
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Looking for an exotic culinary adventure? Check out Teff Love — a new cookbook to help you bring new and interesting vegan Ethiopian recipes into your home.
Families on a $4 a day food stamp budget need to find cheap ways to eat healthy. So a NYU Food Studies grad student wrote a cookbook to help. And it’s free!
As you know from prior posts, I’m not vegan. But when I got an offer to review a vegan cookbook, I had an epiphany. I eat fruits, vegetables, grains, and pasta. And I love cookbooks. So I grabbed the chance. Good call! Alan Roettinger’s cookbook, Extraordinary Vegan, is my first vegan cookbook but it won’t […]
You Still Won’t Believe It’s Gluten-Free by Roben Ryberg adds another two hundred gluten-free recipes to her catalog of gluten-free cookbooks. The recipes in this book range from appetizers to breakfasts to entrees to sides.
Apparently, the U.N. thinks we should eat bugs. Their recent report explains their perspective. Culinarily curious? Read on, and let us know if you’re in.
The Soupbox Cookbook: Sensational Soups for Healthy Living offers up a wide selection of soups for all occasions and all seasons. The Chilled Melon Soup recipe is perfect with Easter dinner or any springtime meal.
Ayurvedic Vegan Kitchen offers a new and tasty interpretation of idea that wellness depends on balance. Whether you’re drawn to the Indian philosophy of mind-body wellness, or just looking for some nutritious and delicious vegan recipes for No-Meat March, Ayurvedic Vegan Kitchen delivers!
If one of your New Year’s resolutions was to eat healthy, Robyn Webb’s latest cookbook, You Won’t Believe It’s Salt-Free, can help with lots of ideas for spicing up your food while reducing your sodium intake.
If you only think of peanut butter and jelly when you hear ‘vegan sandwich,’ it’s time to expand your horizons: Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day offers a smorgasbord of deliciously creative recipes, destined to forever revolutionize your approach to the (not so) humble sandwich! Enter our giveaway contest to win your own copy; then try these amazing recipes for Green Monster Bread and the Almighty BLT, for a sneak-peek at just how tasty vegan sandwiches can be. Your lunchbox — and your belly — will thank you!
If you loved dairy cheese before going vegan — or lean towards vegan eating, but still struggle with a cheese habit — prepare to celebrate! Miyoko Schinner’s Vegan Artisan Cheese will revolutionize your vegan kitchen, in luscious and delicious ways. There are no ‘substitutes’ here: these cheeses hold their ground against any and all dairy competitors, and not just among vegans!
The Blooming Platter offers a wide variety of creative recipes, emphasizing farm-fresh seasonal ingredients with sophisticated flair. If you’re ready to step up your vegan cooking game, read on!
Vegan Unplugged takes vegan cooking into the wilds — and also into the power outage, the road trip, and the omni-inlaw weekend visit. This cookbook is a treasure trove of ideas for making tasty, nutritious, resource-conserving vegan meals when you’re out of your normal kitchen groove. With one butane burner and a well-stocked pantry, you can eat vegan gourmet on the road, after the hurricane, in your dorm, or even in your mother-in-law’s guest room!