These are my favorite vegan cookbooks, plus a couple of suggestions from my co-editor, Andrea Bertoli!
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Here are four awesome vegan Thanksgiving recipes from my new cookbook, Gettin Saucy! You can make the most of your Thanksgiving meal with vegan mashed potatoes, two excellent gravies, and one beautiful salad.
Protein Ninja is the newest book from award-winning chef and prolific cookbook author Terry Hope Romero. She gives us about 100 ways to feed our omnivore friends the protein they need to stop asking THAT question.
BBQ Chickpeas make a great snack or salad topping!
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 […]
Ever wondered how to make almond milk? It’s so easy! I just learned how to make and use it from The Almond Milk Cookbook by Alan Roettinger. Go nuts!
Haven’t found the perfect gift for your foodie mom yet? It’s not too late! I’ve got some perfect last minute, easy-to-buy mother’s day gift ideas for you!
I spend a lot of time reviewing artisanal, unique and conscious cookbooks on this site. Here are five cookbook gifts I am giving this holiday.
Cuter than frolicking baby goats. More creative than Martha Stewart. This week, I got to meet the Beekman Boys — Brent and Josh. My food heroes! Say hello.
In Texas, we revere our pitmasters — those smoke-covered souls who tend meat cooking low and slow. Here are 6 opportunities to learn from some of the best.
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.
Did you know that this was ‘Be Kind to Animals Week?’ Today, Michelle Kretzer at PETA shares some meat substitutes to help you kick the animal product habit. Here at Eat Drink Better, we like to think of these – often processed – meat and dairy substitutes as a way for folks to transition to a plant-based diet, not as dietary staples. If you’ve been wanting to give plant-based eating a try and need something to help you on your way, these can be a great sometimes food to help you on your journey!
Food: Vegetarian Home Cooking is a gorgeous compilation of photos and simple, vegetarian recipes. Whether you’ve been meat free for a long time or are just dipping a toe into plant-based fare, this book provides recipes and inspiration to get anyone excited about stepping into the kitchen.