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If you've always loved the idea of meal prepping, but never felt ready to begin, you've come to the right place. Vegan Yack Attack's Plant-Based Meal Prep takes the guesswork out of meal planning and sets you up with simple, make-ahead recipes that keep your fridge full and your schedule free. If you're a vegan and frequently on the go, it can be hard to find plant-based If you've always loved the idea of meal prepping, but never felt ready to begin, you've come to the right place. Vegan Yack Attack's Plant-Based Meal Prep takes the guesswork out of meal planning and sets you up with simple, make-ahead recipes that keep your fridge full and your schedule free. If you're a vegan and frequently on the go, it can be hard to find plant-based options that you not only caneat, but also want to eat. In many cases, preplanning your own meals is both the healthier, and more delicious, option. But it's not always easy to figure out what to make and how to prepare it all. With this cookbook, veteran author Jackie Sobon does all the "figuring" for you, giving you meal plans you can start on Sunday—or whatever day works for you—and use throughout the week. Whether you’re cooking for one or for the whole family, you’ll find recipes to match all of your needs, from big-batch sauces and soups to simple sheet-pan, Instant Pot, and freezer meals. You'll also find ideas for great car breakfasts and work lunches, along with all the tips and tools you'll need to plan ahead and make your life easier.  Recipes include soon-to-be favorites such as: Breakfast Burritos Grain-Free Granola Fajita Pita Pockets Corn Fritter Salad Nacho Potato Bake Farro Brussels Spring Salad Creamy Avocado Tahini Zoodles Snacky Seed Clusters Cinnamon Toast Popcorn Chocolate Peanut Butter Rice Bars With more than 100 recipes and 13 weekly plans (plus Jackie's signature stunning photography), meal prep success is in the bag!


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If you've always loved the idea of meal prepping, but never felt ready to begin, you've come to the right place. Vegan Yack Attack's Plant-Based Meal Prep takes the guesswork out of meal planning and sets you up with simple, make-ahead recipes that keep your fridge full and your schedule free. If you're a vegan and frequently on the go, it can be hard to find plant-based If you've always loved the idea of meal prepping, but never felt ready to begin, you've come to the right place. Vegan Yack Attack's Plant-Based Meal Prep takes the guesswork out of meal planning and sets you up with simple, make-ahead recipes that keep your fridge full and your schedule free. If you're a vegan and frequently on the go, it can be hard to find plant-based options that you not only caneat, but also want to eat. In many cases, preplanning your own meals is both the healthier, and more delicious, option. But it's not always easy to figure out what to make and how to prepare it all. With this cookbook, veteran author Jackie Sobon does all the "figuring" for you, giving you meal plans you can start on Sunday—or whatever day works for you—and use throughout the week. Whether you’re cooking for one or for the whole family, you’ll find recipes to match all of your needs, from big-batch sauces and soups to simple sheet-pan, Instant Pot, and freezer meals. You'll also find ideas for great car breakfasts and work lunches, along with all the tips and tools you'll need to plan ahead and make your life easier.  Recipes include soon-to-be favorites such as: Breakfast Burritos Grain-Free Granola Fajita Pita Pockets Corn Fritter Salad Nacho Potato Bake Farro Brussels Spring Salad Creamy Avocado Tahini Zoodles Snacky Seed Clusters Cinnamon Toast Popcorn Chocolate Peanut Butter Rice Bars With more than 100 recipes and 13 weekly plans (plus Jackie's signature stunning photography), meal prep success is in the bag!

30 review for Vegan Yack Attack's Plant-Based Meal Prep: Weekly Meal Plans and Recipes to Streamline Your Vegan Lifestyle

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Rodrigues

    This actually looks REALLY GOOD. It is easy to look at, visually appealing, and laid out in such a way that it is easy to use. It doesn't waste your time with a bunch of boring stories you don't care about or go over basics that you already know. What it DOES do it make vegan meal prep look less daunting, and it makes the recipes look satisfying and like something you look forward to eating. Going on my Christmas list. arc received from the publisher

  2. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. Firstly this book is colourful, well set out and shows mouth watering dishes all Vegan style. The book shows at the beginning what equipment and cupboard essentials you will need to use it effectively. Each weekly menu has a shopping list and a set of prepping instructions to follow and covers breakfast, lunch, snacks and tea time in each weekly menu. The book also lists mix and match menus and I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. Firstly this book is colourful, well set out and shows mouth watering dishes all Vegan style. The book shows at the beginning what equipment and cupboard essentials you will need to use it effectively. Each weekly menu has a shopping list and a set of prepping instructions to follow and covers breakfast, lunch, snacks and tea time in each weekly menu. The book also lists mix and match menus and singular menus too so it covers meals not only for familys but for individuals too. I really enjoyed this and can't wait to put some of the menus into practice and prep too.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kimba Tichenor

    Let's start with the positives about this cookbook and there are many. First, it is very smartly organized, including a section that provides recipes according to a weekly meal plan so as to cut costs and eliminate waste. It also clearly labels which recipes require minimal time to fix, are appropriate for persons with lower cooking skill level, contain nuts, are gluten free, etc. So there is no need to search the list of ingredients of every recipe to make sure it does not contain a possible Let's start with the positives about this cookbook and there are many. First, it is very smartly organized, including a section that provides recipes according to a weekly meal plan so as to cut costs and eliminate waste. It also clearly labels which recipes require minimal time to fix, are appropriate for persons with lower cooking skill level, contain nuts, are gluten free, etc. So there is no need to search the list of ingredients of every recipe to make sure it does not contain a possible food allergen to which you or a family member may react. The book also contains sections that focus on a particular meal, such as breakfast. There is also an introductory section explaining for those who may have only recently adopted a plant-based diet what staples they should keep in their pantry and what basic equipment is ideal to have. My criticism (which may not be a criticism at all for some readers, since obviously what strikes a person as appealing is a matter of taste) is that I simply did not find many of the recipes very appealing, and when photos did accompany a particular recipe, they did nothing to change this first impression. I say this not as a meat eater, but as someone who has eaten a plant-based diet for over 30 years. Certainly, they looked healthy, but they also looked boring and very often lacking in color (too many brown and green ingredients). And again, this is just my perspective. More concerning to me is that the book did not include information on sodium content, as I know many who adopt a plant-based diet do so, due to high blood pressure and other health issues. I think that this cookbook may please many, especially given its utilitarian organization. But just not my cup of tea in terms of recipe offerings. I would like to thank Net Galley, the publisher, and the author for the chance to review this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Walker

    I find meal prepping hard with my busy life, being a mom and a wife. However, with this book, I find myself actually interested in meal prepping! Vegan Yack Attacks Plant Based Meal Prep takes all the guesswork out with all the tools needed to get started. With the grocery lists, Meal Plans and easily accessible ingredients I find this book very appealing. When browsing cookbooks, my first go to is color Does the pictures look enticing enough to eat? Does this book give an array of colorful foods I find meal prepping hard with my busy life, being a mom and a wife. However, with this book, I find myself actually interested in meal prepping! Vegan Yack Attacks Plant Based Meal Prep takes all the guesswork out with all the tools needed to get started. With the grocery lists, Meal Plans and easily accessible ingredients I find this book very appealing. When browsing cookbooks, my first go to is color… Does the pictures look enticing enough to eat? Does this book give an array of colorful foods to keep you healthy? I have to say, this book hits that mark for me. With all the colorful pages, I find myself choosing this book over others. Especially with the actually pictures of the food you will make. When Making my selection of cookbooks I find that most cookbooks lack the knowledge of how long the food you make, stays good. While I chose this book to review, I didn’t expect this book to be anything different. But, little to my surprise this book delivered on what I wasn't expecting. At the end of the direction, it offers storing instructions. I also find the nutritional analysis a HUGE plus as I often don’t purchase cookbooks without this information that I find vital for any cookbook. Over all, I give this cookbook 5 stars.★★★★★ One of the best ones I have found in a long time. Thank you Quarto Publishing Group- Fair Winds Press for choosing me to review and the author, Jackie Sobon for creating it. It will surely be a staple in my home.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Geha

    Vegan Yack Attacks Plant-Based Meal Prep Jackie Sobon Meal planning is something I have always wanted to try. I remember having the calendar out, allotting two days each week to husband, daughter and son and letting them choose the menu for the days that were theirs but it never lasted long. I know that planning is supposed to save time but so far have always found the organizational skills lacking or time lacking or whatever. I believe THIS book would be beneficial to any number of plant-based Vegan Yack Attack’s Plant-Based Meal Prep Jackie Sobon Meal planning is something I have always wanted to try. I remember having the calendar out, allotting two days each week to husband, daughter and son and letting them choose the menu for the days that were theirs but it never lasted long. I know that planning is supposed to save time but so far have always found the organizational skills lacking or time lacking or whatever. I believe THIS book would be beneficial to any number of plant-based vegan eaters who would like to begin planning meals for one or an entire family. The information is succinct about how to set yourself up for success and includes information on how to choose meals, where to find the recipes in the book, how to create a shopping list, what to put the food into for best storage, a four week planning device (again with recipes and page numbers) and plenty of delicious recipes to plunk into a planning grid when you are ready to begin. The recipes that grabbed my interest were: * Lemon-rosemary chickpea pasta casserole * Naked seitan picata * Peanut butter pancake sandwiches * Shakshuka (really would love to try making those “eggs”) * More than one snack/dessert * Lentil walnut sausage crumbles (though I can’t find some of the ingredients where I live) * More than one dressing/sauce My only quibble is that more than one of these recipes requires an item I cannot find in local grocery stores but if I lived where I could find those ingredients I would make quite a few of the recipes in this book and give meal planning and prepping a try. Thank you to NetGalley and Quarto Publishing Group – Fair Winds Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    Originally published on my blog: Nonstop Reader. Vegan Yack Attack's Plant-Based Meal Prep is a tutorial and recipe guide for meal-prep based on a vegan diet. Due out 7th Jan 2020 from Quarto on their Fair Winds Press imprint, it's 176 pages and will be available in hardcover and ebook formats. There have been a lot of times when I've come home from work and literally had no plan for dinner and a not-inspiring collection of ingredients and no idea what to cook for my family (we usually wind up Originally published on my blog: Nonstop Reader. Vegan Yack Attack's Plant-Based Meal Prep is a tutorial and recipe guide for meal-prep based on a vegan diet. Due out 7th Jan 2020 from Quarto on their Fair Winds Press imprint, it's 176 pages and will be available in hardcover and ebook formats. There have been a lot of times when I've come home from work and literally had no plan for dinner and a not-inspiring collection of ingredients and no idea what to cook for my family (we usually wind up with takeout food in those cases). I've been familiar for ages with the concept of once-a-month-cooking and meal planning and prep, but it always seemed to take a lot more organizational skills than I honestly have. I'm sort of an extreme case of course, but I wanted to read this book and see if I could get some tips I could use to be more food prep organized. This book is certainly organized. The first ~7% of the page content covers the introduction, definitions and concepts involved in meal prep, along with lists of very basic kitchen utensils and storage items. There are also lists of staples with quantities to have on hand for maximum efficiency. My main interest personally in food prep is to take care of my 5 day work-week lunchtimes. I work in a hospital lab and it's just so convenient to eat at the cafeteria which is generally full of high fat, calorie dense, carbohydrate laden food with almost zero plant based options. This book contains 6 sample lunchtime meal prep menus for one which are -perfect- for my lunch-box problem. The recipes are well illustrated and appealing. This is a huge bonus for me. Ingredient measurements are supplied in American and standard (metric) measurements. The nutritional information: fat, carbs, protein content are listed for the recipes as well as serving sizes. Extra tips or recipe alternatives are listed in sidebars with the recipes. The recipes themselves are fairly straightforward and are made with easily sourced ingredients. Many are very simple, none of them are overly complex. This is a beautifully presented very well organized book. I would definitely recommend it to any of my friends who are looking to make their food prep even more efficient and vegan friendly. Once a week cooking can be made family friendly, and the authors have included mix-and-match recipes so that these meals can be incorporated into a family style meal environment. These would also work very well for singles or for one person (or whole family) following a plant based diet. Five stars. Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jeimy

    I received an ARC from the publisher, read the book in one sitting, and immediately ordered a copy online. Most of the recipes sound absolutely scrumptious and I cant wait to try them out. I received an ARC from the publisher, read the book in one sitting, and immediately ordered a copy online. Most of the recipes sound absolutely scrumptious and I can’t wait to try them out.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This is just what I would expect from Vegan Yack Attack's Jackie Sobon - the cookbook has beautiful pictures, the recipes are clear and easy to follow, and it is very well organized. Sample menu ideas, a kid-friendly section (that never happens), and desserts?! I've died and gone straight to heaven! I am a very visual person with food, so I was very happy to see a picture of the finished product is included with every recipe. I cannot wait for this to come out in print!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ramie

    I think this is the second book Ive read by the author. Its full of good tips for those who are looking to eat more plant based options. It starts with tips on meal prep - what you can cook ahead, how to do that, how to store it. Etc. It then moves onto recipes that show you how to mix and match from the foods you prepped. The recipe sections are: - Mix and Match Menus - Beautiful Breakfasts - Bunches of Lunches - Array of entrees - Higher-Protein Meals - Sheet Pan, Instant Pot, and Freezer Meals. - I think this is the second book I’ve read by the author. It’s full of good tips for those who are looking to eat more plant based options. It starts with tips on meal prep - what you can cook ahead, how to do that, how to store it. Etc. It then moves onto recipes that show you how to mix and match from the foods you prepped. The recipe sections are: - Mix and Match Menus - Beautiful Breakfasts - Bunches of Lunches - Array of entrees - Higher-Protein Meals - Sheet Pan, Instant Pot, and Freezer Meals. - Kid-Friendly Foods The final section covers snacks and staples like sauces and seasoning mixes.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    Superspeed readers like me can read 150 - 200+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book and many more today. LOL I received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. If you've always loved the idea of meal prepping, but never felt ready to begin, you've come to the right Superspeed readers like me can read 150 - 200+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. LOL I received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. If you've always loved the idea of meal prepping, but never felt ready to begin, you've come to the right place. Vegan Yack Attack's Plant-Based Meal Prep takes the guesswork out of meal planning and sets you up with simple, make-ahead recipes that keep your fridge full and your schedule free. If you're a vegan and frequently on the go, it can be hard to find plant-based options that you not only can eat but also want to eat. In many cases, preplanning your own meals is both the healthier and more delicious, option. But it's not always easy to figure out what to make and how to prepare it all. With this cookbook, veteran author Jackie Sobon does all the "figuring" for you, giving you meal plans you can start on Sunday—or whatever day works for you—and use throughout the week. Whether you’re cooking for one or for the whole family, you’ll find recipes to match all of your needs, from big-batch sauces and soups to simple sheet-pan, Instant Pot and freezer meals. You'll also find ideas for great car breakfasts and work lunches, along with all the tips and tools you'll need to plan ahead and make your life easier. Recipes include soon-to-be favourites such as Breakfast Burritos, Grain-Free Granola, Fajita Pita Pockets, Corn Fritter Salad, Nacho Potato Bake, Farro Brussels Spring Salad, Creamy Avocado Tahini Zoodles, Snacky Seed Clusters, Cinnamon Toast Popcorn, and Chocolate Peanut Butter Rice Bars. With more than 100 recipes and 13 weekly plans (plus Jackie's signature stunning photography), meal prep success is in the bag! What a lovely book! Meal Prep is such a hot topic right now - along with plant-based diets and Instant Pot recipes. I like that the recipes had a lot of texture to them - most meal prep relies on things made in pots and a are, well, "wet" - this book uses all kinds of textures not often found in other meal prep books. The photos make the recipes doubly-yummy: I tend to "shop" for recipes using my eyes so I can see this book being in heavy rotation in my home. Also appreciated: the fact that you can add meat, fish, dairy, etc. to them will appeal to people in search of non-vegan meal prep ideas. As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by "Social Influencer Millennials" on Instagram and Twitter) so let's give it 🌶️🌶️🌶️🌶️🌶️

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    The last cookbook I reviewed was full of family friendly recipes to go more meatless. This one is full of meal prep ideas for me alone! My boys are not interested in going plant based, but this is a great compilation of relatively easy recipes that I could batch cook to have breakfasts and lunches on hand - my own home based meal service. Im going to be the best fed teacher in the faculty room! Five stars for solo cooks... with some ideas here for couples and families. The last cookbook I reviewed was full of family friendly recipes to go more meatless. This one is full of meal prep ideas for me alone! My boys are not interested in going plant based, but this is a great compilation of relatively easy recipes that I could batch cook to have breakfasts and lunches on hand - my own home based meal service. I’m going to be the best fed teacher in the faculty room! Five stars for solo cooks... with some ideas here for couples and families.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    As I pondered the concept of this cookery book, I realised that should I want or need to fill my refrigerator with five days worth of what are effectively ready meals, albeit healthy, nutritious and frankly, delicious, I would have no idea how to go about it. Now, Im a confident and competent cook but fifteen meals is a lot of cooking in one day! So this is where Vegan Yack Attacks Plant-Based Meal Prep comes in handy. Also, there is more to this book than the prepping menus. The first couple of As I pondered the concept of this cookery book, I realised that should I want or need to fill my refrigerator with five day’s worth of what are effectively ready meals, albeit healthy, nutritious and frankly, delicious, I would have no idea how to go about it. Now, I’m a confident and competent cook but fifteen meals is a lot of cooking in one day! So this is where Vegan Yack Attack’s Plant-Based Meal Prep comes in handy. Also, there is more to this book than the prepping menus. The first couple of chapters follow the usual recipe book formula, one selling the benefits, one listing store cupboard essentials, another listing basic equipment. I like these chapters as they make me feel a little smug when I can tick off most of the items. From then on, Sobon presents a selection of weekly menus, categorised by ease, number of ingredients, time, free froms etc. There is a shopping list and prepping guidelines. Each week’s menu features breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks and full details on how to prep all of them in one session. You will end up with five identical breakfasts, five identical lunches and five identical dinners but I guess this is the only option if the whole convenience thing is to work. However, there are mix and match menus and also stand alone recipes and having followed a plant-based diet for over forty years, I can honestly say that some of these are absolutely scrumptious. Of course, there is no need to cook enough for five, so I reduced the quantities just to try some, although the Smoky Sweet Potato Soup is so good it’s worth making enough for ten! I love the photographs and I understand that Sobon is an accomplished food photographer. I wonder if she could make my soup look as good as hers… Thank you to NetGalley and Fine Wind Press for the Advanced Reader Copy of the book, which I have voluntarily reviewed.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Marie

    This book is filled with helpful advice on vegan meal prepping, especially for a beginner. There is a variety of options for each meal, including snacks, which is nice since you will be eating the same meal several times in one week. This means that from week to week, you will be varying your palette. The instructions provided are great, including step-by-step lists for "day zero" (prep day). There are recipes for just one person prepping for the entire week, prepping for a family, and even a This book is filled with helpful advice on vegan meal prepping, especially for a beginner. There is a variety of options for each meal, including snacks, which is nice since you will be eating the same meal several times in one week. This means that from week to week, you will be varying your palette. The instructions provided are great, including step-by-step lists for "day zero" (prep day). There are recipes for just one person prepping for the entire week, prepping for a family, and even a few options for the kids. While it is laid out in menu style, you can tweak it to suit your needs, though that would require some finagling for the prep day instructions. Unfortunately, the mix-and-match section does not provide a weekly grocery list, which would have been helpful (for the premade menus). My biggest complaint is that there are no reheating instructions. Is it best to reheat in the oven? What about microwave times? While it bothered me that there wasn't even a suggestion in the introduction, I didn't feel I could justify knocking down the rating. I'd recommend this to anyone interested in getting started in beyond basic meal prep (chopping some veggies or prepping salad for the week). The recipes look tasty and well seasoned, and I think they would appeal to vegan and non-vegan alike.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cassie Troja

    **I received a temporary ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.** I enjoyed the concept of this cookbook immensely. As a young family of 5, we are constantly on the go and always looking for ways to make eating healthy easier. This book certainly would help with that. The only issue I really had is that we're not actually vegan, so I found myself adapting some of the recipes to our more paleo way of living. This created a little extra work, but wasn't too bad. I mean, **I received a temporary ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.** I enjoyed the concept of this cookbook immensely. As a young family of 5, we are constantly on the go and always looking for ways to make eating healthy easier. This book certainly would help with that. The only issue I really had is that we're not actually vegan, so I found myself adapting some of the recipes to our more paleo way of living. This created a little extra work, but wasn't too bad. I mean, it's really my fault since the book is obviously vegan! And some of the recipes ran a tad pricey for us. My kids enjoyed several of the recipes we tried and I enjoyed finding new ways to "hide" veggies and make healthy meals in advance. All in all I would recommend this book to those looking to find new ways to eat healthy.

  15. 5 out of 5

    D L

    For someone who hasnt eaten red meat for nearly 20 years and genuinely attempting to give up chicken and fish, any way of increasing my vegetarian (or vegan) intake is always welcomed. Fortunately, this book is a great addition to those I have previously bought, providing some nice recipes which can always be prepared exactly how the author details or throw in some of your own ideas specific to your tastes. One good thing with Jackie Sobons book is that, as the title suggests there are For someone who hasn’t eaten red meat for nearly 20 years and genuinely attempting to give up chicken and fish, any way of increasing my vegetarian (or vegan) intake is always welcomed. Fortunately, this book is a great addition to those I have previously bought, providing some nice recipes which can always be prepared exactly how the author details or throw in some of your own ideas specific to your tastes. One good thing with Jackie Sobon’s book is that, as the title suggests there are instructions on preparing meals and snacks for the week which is always a huge benefit if you do not have the time to prepare meals like these daily. A great book with healthy recipes and nutritional analysis for those who watch their macros. This was provided by Netgalley and the publisher for an honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kaitie

    I was given a temporary eARC of this book via NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. As someone who has not done any meal prep before and would like to, I found this book to be very informative and easy to follow. There are lots of recipes that I would like to try and I found the instructions on how meal prepping work to be easy to follow. As a vegetarian that can't have dairy I tend to have to look at the vegan options more and often there isn't much to choose from most I was given a temporary eARC of this book via NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. As someone who has not done any meal prep before and would like to, I found this book to be very informative and easy to follow. There are lots of recipes that I would like to try and I found the instructions on how meal prepping work to be easy to follow. As a vegetarian that can't have dairy I tend to have to look at the vegan options more and often there isn't much to choose from most places, so having meals ready will be a big help. I would highly recommend this book even for people that don't do meal prep yet.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Finding My Star

    This book is great for vegans, both new and experienced. I loved all the colourful pictures because I feel that's what draws me into a recipe. The prepping tips were really helpful for me when batch cooking and although I didn't try many recipes, the ones I did were great. I love that most are whole food plant based. There are easy to see labels for oil-free, gluten-free, nut-free, sugar-free etc, as well as cook times (under 10 minutes, etc.) and freezer friendly. This allowed me to easily see This book is great for vegans, both new and experienced. I loved all the colourful pictures because I feel that's what draws me into a recipe. The prepping tips were really helpful for me when batch cooking and although I didn't try many recipes, the ones I did were great. I love that most are whole food plant based. There are easy to see labels for oil-free, gluten-free, nut-free, sugar-free etc, as well as cook times (under 10 minutes, etc.) and freezer friendly. This allowed me to easily see what recipes I would like or would want to skip. I look forward to trying more recipes! I received this book in exchange for my honest review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Megan M

    *ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review* This cookbook is very informative and user friendly. The book contains recipes for people who have never done meal prep as well as some for those who have specific preferences. It also states macros which is super helpful. The only thing I dont like is that some of these ingredients are difficult to get at the store or are kind of expensive. All in all I would definitely recommend this book to everyone (even if you arent vegan). *ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review* This cookbook is very informative and user friendly. The book contains recipes for people who have never done meal prep as well as some for those who have specific preferences. It also states macros which is super helpful. The only thing I don’t like is that some of these ingredients are difficult to get at the store or are kind of expensive. All in all I would definitely recommend this book to everyone (even if you aren’t vegan).

  19. 5 out of 5

    Claire Herbaux

    Brilliant book - recommend it to as many people as you can think of. Veganuary is coming up so anyone who thinks cooking healthy home-made (and yes, vegan) meals takes too long can get this. Some ingredients take a bit of getting used to and beginners should definitely start with the easy recipes, but other than that it is easy to follow, delicious, and most of all practical. I like having meals ready and for one person it feels like a lot of work to cook every day so this is perfect!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Julie Garner

    I cant wait to start cooking with this book. Some great new recipes, as always. I love the colourful photos and simplicity of the layout. The meal prep suggestions and focus seem to be easy to use. My only concern with the single persons menu is that I will get bored eating the same thing 5 days a week. I can’t wait to start cooking with this book. Some great new recipes, as always. I love the colourful photos and simplicity of the layout. The meal prep suggestions and focus seem to be easy to use. My only concern with the single persons menu is that I will get bored eating the same thing 5 days a week.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jo

    This is a phenomenal book for anyone interested in meal prep ideas for a healthy, plant-based diet! The recipes are relatively simple with basic ingredients. I especially look forward to making the Summer Veggie-Stuffed Potatoes, Creamy Avocado Tahini Zoodles and Savory Ris-Oat-O. Thank you, Quarto Publishing Group and NetGalley!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Blakeley

    The friendly layout of this cookbook is great! The font exciting and the recipes easy! The pictures look great and enticing! I will definitely be incorporating these into my weekly meal plans!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    This was a neat book, especially as lots of people, vegans included, love meal prep to make life easier. The book has a great variety in the recipes, which makes it more interesting.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kirsten never has enough time

    A step-by-step guide to meal prep, vegan style. Many ideas in here, many delicious looking recipes, and I can't wait to give some of this a go, even though meal prep isn't really for me.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Vivienne

    Great little book of easy to follow food preparation. The step by step tips from shopping to food prep makes healthy eating a pleasure and so easy rather than a chore, to fit in to most lifestyles and makes your week easier. Lovely recipes too for delicious and simple healthy eating. For everyone, not just those following a plant based diet. I would recommend this book especially to my students to encourage them to start life planning ahead without much trouble to make eating healthily a real Great little book of easy to follow food preparation. The step by step tips from shopping to food prep makes healthy eating a pleasure and so easy rather than a chore, to fit in to most lifestyles and makes your week easier. Lovely recipes too for delicious and simple healthy eating. For everyone, not just those following a plant based diet. I would recommend this book especially to my students to encourage them to start life planning ahead without much trouble to make eating healthily a real option in their lives.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rather.be.reading1

    Great information on meal prepping for plant based meals. Meal prepping is very important in our busy lives these days. I really like that there is a meal prep for one person and not a whole family per usual and it included a menu and shopping list. I will definitely be referencing this. Thanks for the opportunity to read and review this book.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jeanne

  28. 4 out of 5

    Xina

  29. 5 out of 5

    Hanna Lee

  30. 4 out of 5

    Media-Upper Providence

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