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Make delicious vegan food every night of the week with these 200 quick and easy plant-based recipes the whole family will love! You can now prepare delicious, homemade vegan meals quicker and easier than ever and The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook is here to help. This comprehensive, easy-to-follow cookbook has it all from recipes for a hectic workweek to meal-prep friendly Make delicious vegan food every night of the week with these 200 quick and easy plant-based recipes the whole family will love! You can now prepare delicious, homemade vegan meals quicker and easier than ever and The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook is here to help. This comprehensive, easy-to-follow cookbook has it all from recipes for a hectic workweek to meal-prep friendly slow cooker meals to impressive but easy dinners perfect for company. Whether you’re a brand-new vegan, a seasoned veteran, or just a health-conscious cook looking for a meatless Monday meal, you can enjoy healthy and satisfying dishes without spending hours in the kitchen!


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Make delicious vegan food every night of the week with these 200 quick and easy plant-based recipes the whole family will love! You can now prepare delicious, homemade vegan meals quicker and easier than ever and The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook is here to help. This comprehensive, easy-to-follow cookbook has it all from recipes for a hectic workweek to meal-prep friendly Make delicious vegan food every night of the week with these 200 quick and easy plant-based recipes the whole family will love! You can now prepare delicious, homemade vegan meals quicker and easier than ever and The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook is here to help. This comprehensive, easy-to-follow cookbook has it all from recipes for a hectic workweek to meal-prep friendly slow cooker meals to impressive but easy dinners perfect for company. Whether you’re a brand-new vegan, a seasoned veteran, or just a health-conscious cook looking for a meatless Monday meal, you can enjoy healthy and satisfying dishes without spending hours in the kitchen!

31 review for The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook: 200 Quick and Easy Recipes for a Healthy, Plant-Based Diet

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Bayer

    This is a good vegan cookbook with simple and easy to follow recipes. I appreciate that nutritional information is provided for every recipe and the format is attractive, simple, and easy to read and follow. The recipes are as easy as promised. Chapters include breakfasts, appetizers, soups, salads, tofu, rice dishes, desserts, etc. There are a lot of recipes but not very many photos. It's not designed to be easy for folks with allergies like gluten and soy. There are are plenty of recipes that This is a good vegan cookbook with simple and easy to follow recipes. I appreciate that nutritional information is provided for every recipe and the format is attractive, simple, and easy to read and follow. The recipes are as easy as promised. Chapters include breakfasts, appetizers, soups, salads, tofu, rice dishes, desserts, etc. There are a lot of recipes but not very many photos. It's not designed to be easy for folks with allergies like gluten and soy. There are are plenty of recipes that don't involve these, but substitutions or icons are not provided to make that easy. Altogether a helpful book with lots of tasty recipes that are generally healthy and high in fiber but not a lot of work. There is not a large dependence on any one food like soy, purchased meat substitutes or egg substitutes, etc. but rather a wide range of dishes. I read a temporary digital ARC of this book for review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeimy

    The recipes in this book sound yummy. However, I like my cookbooks to have photos of the recipes and this one is lacking in that department.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Geha

    The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook by Adams Media 200 Quick and Easy Recipes for a Healthy Plant-Based Diet Tasty easy to create meals that include easy to find ingredients most places in the world. I will have trouble finding some of the ingredients in my small village on a hilltop in Lebanon BUT I enjoyed reading the recipes and thinking about how I could adapt them to the ingredients I can find locally. AND that is possible because I saw “flavor profiles” for dishes you might find on a restaura The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook by Adams Media 200 Quick and Easy Recipes for a Healthy Plant-Based Diet Tasty easy to create meals that include easy to find ingredients most places in the world. I will have trouble finding some of the ingredients in my small village on a hilltop in Lebanon BUT I enjoyed reading the recipes and thinking about how I could adapt them to the ingredients I can find locally. AND that is possible because I saw “flavor profiles” for dishes you might find on a restaurant menu and seeing how the recipe was most likely adapted to use vegan ingredients to achieve a similar flavor and texture. The more I read, the more I wanted to start cooking. Each recipe included nutritional information and that is essential to many cooks who are interested in providing a healthy diet for those they love. The Contents of the book: * Introduction * Vegan Revolution: what, why, nutrition, advantages, how to switch * Appetizers, sauces, and dips * Breakfast * Salads and salad dressings * Soups * Vegetables, stir-fries, and sides * Rice and grains * Classic pastas * Miscellaneous Mains * Tofu * Seitan and tempeh * Delicious desserts * Standard/Metric Conversions * Index In this “Everything” series you will find colored boxes in GREEN: for questions, BLUE: for facts, RED: for Alerts, and YELLOW-ORANGE: for essential information. What I liked: * Most ingredients are found where I live * The variety of recipes * The nutritional information * That I can see myself eating the recipes if I made them * That many recipes are similar to what I make already What I might suggest: * More photos * A chart with seasonings for various ethnic areas that could be used to create in the home * How to substituted vegan proteins in non-vegan recipes Did I like this cookbook? Yes Would I consider buying it for myself or as a gift? Definitely NOTE: One of the best tips was to adapt your favorite meals and make them vegan Thank you to Adams Media & NetGalley for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jemma TheTravelingBookLover

    ARC provided in exchange for review It's all in the name! This is the perfect book to gift a friend who recently went vegan, or for yourself! I would say this is more geared to new vegans as there is quite a lot of info in the beginning of the book about transitioning and all the health benefits of the diet. The recipes are easy just like the title says, with no more than 4-5 steps for each recipe. The ingredients are mostly fresh produce as well as some staple spices and seasonings most of us a ARC provided in exchange for review It's all in the name! This is the perfect book to gift a friend who recently went vegan, or for yourself! I would say this is more geared to new vegans as there is quite a lot of info in the beginning of the book about transitioning and all the health benefits of the diet. The recipes are easy just like the title says, with no more than 4-5 steps for each recipe. The ingredients are mostly fresh produce as well as some staple spices and seasonings most of us already have at home. I loved this because often times in the evening I'm too tired to cook a big elaborate meal but this book just makes it so easy(and healthy)! Some of my favorite recipes that I tried so far were the overnight oats, tabbouli, and the mediterranean quinoa pilaf. All so easy and delicious, even with my family eating who aren't vegan-they were impressed! This book has pretty much every recipe you would want as a new vegan, a great staple to have in your kitchen.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leah M

    Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of this book. I am offering my honest opinion voluntarily. This is a fabulous cookbook! It starts out by explaining a little bit about following a vegan diet, how vegans get nutrients, and the various benefits to be gained by eating a vegan diet. Even with all of this, it never comes off as preachy or pushing a plant-based lifestyle, although if you're reading this type of cookbook, you're probably either considering it or already eating this way Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of this book. I am offering my honest opinion voluntarily. This is a fabulous cookbook! It starts out by explaining a little bit about following a vegan diet, how vegans get nutrients, and the various benefits to be gained by eating a vegan diet. Even with all of this, it never comes off as preachy or pushing a plant-based lifestyle, although if you're reading this type of cookbook, you're probably either considering it or already eating this way. The recipes are broken down into sections, including appetizers, sauces, and dips; breakfast; salads and salad dressings; soups; vegetables, stir-fries, and sides; rice and grains; classic pastas; miscellaneous mains; tofu; seitan, TVP (textured vegetable protein), and tempeh; and delicious desserts. Each of the recipes include nutritional information, and there is a section at the back that provides conversion between US and metric. Each of the recipes includes a little blurb at the beginning, providing a little bit of information - either about the recipe itself, substitutions that can be made, or what to serve it with. There are stunning pictures included for many of the recipes that had my mouth watering. I bookmarked so many recipes, and I already know that I will be returning to this book time and again. Something that especially appealed to me is that the recipes include ingredients that I already have on hand and don't have to visit special stores for. It's nice to be able to just flip to any page and be able to make the recipe without having to hunt down obscure ingredients. Another thing I liked is that it doesn't involve complicated cooking techniques or equipment. I know my way around the kitchen, but I'm not comfortable with difficult recipes, and I'm fairly certain that I could prepare the vast majority of the recipes in this book without difficulty. I'd highly recommend this book no matter what your skill level is.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook is full of delicious and inspiring recipes. You don’t have to be a vegan to enjoy this cookbook. If you love eating vegetables, this is a great place to find some new recipes to add to your repertoire. I feed a vegetable-loving family composed of two meat-eaters and one pescatarian (fancy word for vegetarian that eats fish). When exploring a new cookbook, I always look for 3 recipes to make that fit into our normal eating habits. I could not stop at just three r The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook is full of delicious and inspiring recipes. You don’t have to be a vegan to enjoy this cookbook. If you love eating vegetables, this is a great place to find some new recipes to add to your repertoire. I feed a vegetable-loving family composed of two meat-eaters and one pescatarian (fancy word for vegetarian that eats fish). When exploring a new cookbook, I always look for 3 recipes to make that fit into our normal eating habits. I could not stop at just three recipes in The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook. I wanted to make so many! We use as many whole foods and fresh vegetables in our diet as possible. Some of the vegan ingredients were new to me: nutritional yeast, TVP, seitan, and tempeh. Only one of these is explained in the book and that is only because a recipe is included to make it. This cookbook includes an entire section devoted to the benefits of adopting a vegan lifestyle. Why not explain what you will be eating as well? I turned to YouTube to learn more about these ingredients. Recipes I Made: Sesame and Soy Coleslaw Salad – Delicious! We love soy sauce and sesame oil, so I couldn’t resist this one. The recipe calls for Napa cabbage instead of traditional cabbage. The crunch and texture were perfect! I enjoy the flavor of Napa cabbage a lot. It tastes more like lettuce to me, but still retains the crunch of cabbage. Instead of mayonnaise, the coleslaw dressing is made from sesame oil, soy sauce, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and maple syrup. I served it in a bowl with rice, chickpeas, and ground beef. I will definitely make this again. I would like to try it without the maple syrup next time. Cuban Black Bean and Sweet Potato Bowls – Very filling and satisfying. We even ate it for breakfast the next day! This recipe was very simple to make as printed. As is, this is a great two-pot meal option. One pot for the rice and another for the black beans, sweet potatoes, and spices. I will definitely make this again with a few changes. First, I will add diced red onion and sweet red peppers to the black beans while they cook. Second, I will roast the sweet potatoes in the oven instead of cooking them with the black beans to add another layer of texture. Lemon, Basil, and Artichoke Pasta – I am in love! This recipe is going to be added to my regular summer rotation. I totally forgot to add the lemon and it still tasted amazing! For fun, I also added some fresh sweet mini-pepper rings and feta cheese. More Recipes I want to try from The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook: - Spicy-Sweet Cucumber Salad - Scallion Pancakes (recipe in book preview on Amazon) - Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Apples - Maple-Glazed Roasted Vegetables - Nutty Pesto-Crusted Tofu - The Easiest Black Bean Burger Recipe Ever - Lemon Bars - Brownie Bites How Does this Cookbook Measure Up? This is the checklist that I use to evaluate a cookbook. You can use this as a quick reference to see if this cookbook is right for you. Features I Look for in a Cookbook: Delicious Recipes: ✅ Recipes are Easy to Follow: ✅ Inspires Me to Cook: ✅ Beautiful Photography: Meets standard expectations, Layouts and props repetitive Pictures of Every Recipe: Less than half of the recipes have pictures Easy to Find Ingredients: Mostly Nutritional Information for Every Recipe: ✅ Number of Servings for Every Recipe: ✅ Personal Stories (share your heart): None Recipe and Ingredient Index: Not Complete (i.e., lemon is missing) Metric Conversion Chart: ✅ Substitution Chart: None Source: I received a free copy of The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook at my request in exchange for an honest review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    Originally published on my blog: Nonstop Reader. The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook is a compilation, reformat, and re-release of content from several "Everything" Vegan cookbooks from 2010-2019 with included new material. Due out 9th Feb 2021 from Simon & Schuster on their Adams Media imprint, it's 272 pages (print edition) and will be available in paperback and ebook formats. I like the layout and formatting of the "Everything" cookbooks. They're easy to understand, generally easy to follow, Originally published on my blog: Nonstop Reader. The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook is a compilation, reformat, and re-release of content from several "Everything" Vegan cookbooks from 2010-2019 with included new material. Due out 9th Feb 2021 from Simon & Schuster on their Adams Media imprint, it's 272 pages (print edition) and will be available in paperback and ebook formats. I like the layout and formatting of the "Everything" cookbooks. They're easy to understand, generally easy to follow, and full of tasty, relevant, and do-able recipes. This one follows the same format and will be familiar to readers who have used the other books in the series. The introduction gives the basics about veganism, what vegans eat (and why), health advantages, and some nutrition info. The recipes are arranged roughly thematically: appetizers, breakfasts, salads & salad dressings, soups, vegetables stir-fries & sides, rice & grains, classic pastas, miscellaneous mains, tofu, seitan TVP & tempe, and desserts. Each recipe has its ingredients listed bullet style in a sidebar. Measurements are given in US standard only. (There's a metric conversion chart in the back of the book). Special tools and ingredients are also listed, along with yields and cooking directions. The ingredients are mostly easily sourced at any moderately well stocked grocery store. Nutritional information is provided for each of the recipes and includes calories, fat, sodium, carbohydrates, fiber, sugar, and protein. Essential info, alerts, facts, and questions & answers are highlighted in text boxes. These will be familiar to readers of other books in the Everything series from this publisher. Few of the recipes include photographs. The photos and serving suggestions which are included are full color, appetizing, and appropriate, but the general lack of photos might be a drawback for some readers. Four stars (mostly for the lack of photos - so if you don't need them, it would be five stars). This is a general cookbook with a huge variety of appealing vegan friendly dishes. It would make a superlative gift or purchase for readers trying out a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle. Many of the recipes do rely on pre-processed ingredients (vegan beef, vegan sausage crumbles, etc) - so some planning and adjustment will be needed for cooks who strongly prefer to cook from scratch. All of the recipes I tried on my family were tasty and well received, though I did notice the lack of finish/serving photos. Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sascha

    For two years now, I’ve been reading and reviewing vegan cookbooks. The vast majority seem rote, tweaking familiar recipes and plonking them down in book form. Thankfully every once in a while, a cookbook comes along that shows innovation. I am not looking at the same old, same old recipes. The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook by Adams Media is just such a cookbook. While this is only the second cookbook I’ve read and reviewed from Adams Media, I have to say that I’m definitely impressed. They are For two years now, I’ve been reading and reviewing vegan cookbooks. The vast majority seem rote, tweaking familiar recipes and plonking them down in book form. Thankfully every once in a while, a cookbook comes along that shows innovation. I am not looking at the same old, same old recipes. The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook by Adams Media is just such a cookbook. While this is only the second cookbook I’ve read and reviewed from Adams Media, I have to say that I’m definitely impressed. They are also responsible for The Spicy Plant-Based Cookbook that I reviewed earlier this year (you can see my review of that book here). The introduction informs the reader of what it means to be a vegan, regardless of why one has chosen this lifestyle. I liked the tone, which is factual yet upbeat. What I didn’t like was being reminded of the fact that animals who are mass produced for food suffer but it’s the truth. I just try not to think about it anymore because I can only control my own behavior, no one else’s. The recipes are a good mix of whole foods and processed vegan foods. While I personally would rather have a chili made up of beans and vegetables, I can imagine that some would very much like this one in which veggie burgers are crumbled up. The entire soup section pretty much left me salivating and thinking that I really have to give making cashew cream a try and finally a vegetarian Tom Kha Kai soup! I loved that an entire section was dedicated to tofu and another to its cousins tempeh and seitan. These should be among the staples of vegan cooking but so few cookbooks actually offer many recipes involving them. There were so many recipes here that sounded delicious among them was Eggplant Puttanesca. Now I’ve always loved puttanesca. I don’t do the original with anchovies but do put all of the rest of the ingredients in: capers, olives, tomatoes. But adding eggplant in sounds like a very rich idea that I can’t wait to try. The recipes are not complicated. The authors even provide suggestions for tweaking to add heat or lower heat, to make less sweet, or whatever the possible “iffiness” might be. If you are a new vegan, thinking of becoming vegan, just doing Meatless Mondays, or even a long-time vegan, you will probably find lots of recipes in this cookbook that will enhance your cooking. I highly recommend! I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    Date reviewed/posted: December 17, 2020 Publication date: February 9, 2021 When life for the entire universe and planet has turned on its end, you are continuing to #maskup to be in #COVID19 #socialisolation as the #secondwave is upon us, AND the worst sciatica attack in your life means you MIGHT sleep 3 hours a night, superspeed readers like me can read 300+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. I requested and received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book Date reviewed/posted: December 17, 2020 Publication date: February 9, 2021 When life for the entire universe and planet has turned on its end, you are continuing to #maskup to be in #COVID19 #socialisolation as the #secondwave is upon us, AND the worst sciatica attack in your life means you MIGHT sleep 3 hours a night, superspeed readers like me can read 300+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. I requested and 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 😸. Make delicious vegan food every night of the week with these 200 quick and easy plant-based recipes the whole family will love! You can now prepare delicious, homemade vegan meals quicker and easier than ever and The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook is here to help. This comprehensive, easy-to-follow cookbook has it all from recipes for a hectic workweek to meal-prep friendly slow cooker meals to impressive but easy dinners perfect for your company. Whether you’re a brand-new vegan, a seasoned veteran, or just a health-conscious cook looking for a meatless Monday meal, you can enjoy healthy and satisfying dishes without spending hours in the kitchen! Plant-based cuisine is such a popular topic today - but it does have its good and bad sides: I also refuse to eat or cook with Frankenfoods such as "chick'n" and its 88 ingredients vs. 🐔chicken🐔 having one and cheese from a plant is udder nonsense ... but that is my opinion! If you cook with INGREDIENTS then your food is bound to be better for you than boxed macaroni and cheese or a can of whatever. The recipes are well written and understandable by cooks of all levels and the photos make the food very appealing to myself and other lovers of food out there and they do use mostly whole ingredients instead of pre-prepared and packaged foods. As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I simply adore emojis (outside of their incessant use by "🙏-ed Social Influencer Millennials/#BachelorNation survivors/Tik-Tok and YouTube Millionaires/snowflakes / literally-like-overusers etc. " on Instagram and Twitter... Get a real job, people!) so let's give it 🍄🍄🍄🍄

  10. 5 out of 5

    Val on the Moon

    What month is this? January, you say? Nope. It is Veganuary! Which might not be a big deal for someone who’s been vegan for almost half her life like yours truly, but it might be a frightening experience for those who approach a plant based diet for the first time. As soon as I embraced veganism as an optimistic teenager, I realized it was going to be a nightmare when it came to finding suitable food. Italy is not the most vegan friendly country nowadays, and sure as hell it wasn’t more than a deca What month is this? January, you say? Nope. It is Veganuary! Which might not be a big deal for someone who’s been vegan for almost half her life like yours truly, but it might be a frightening experience for those who approach a plant based diet for the first time. As soon as I embraced veganism as an optimistic teenager, I realized it was going to be a nightmare when it came to finding suitable food. Italy is not the most vegan friendly country nowadays, and sure as hell it wasn’t more than a decade ago. Vegan food was hard to find not only in restaurants but also in supermarkets. It is different now: we can find more plant milks beverages than we could ask for, frozen food, veggie meat substitutes, tofu, and seitan everywhere. We had to make everything from scratch back then, from seitan (and by the way this book offers an easy recipe for that) to beverages. I have this cute picture of me somewhere in my backup drive, where I hold a bottle filled with the homemade hazelnut and cashew milk I used for hot chocolate. And don’t make me talk about the recipes we used to find. You are lucky now! In need for something? A lot of content creators on all social media will come to your rescue in the blink of an eye, and you’ll have a blast in your one month journey. Well, 25 days now. You’ll probably keep drooling over your ‘gram feed all day long. Hey, I do it all the time. Wanna know a secret though? In 14 years as a vegan I’ve seldom found online recipes that actually worked. My latest mess? A Yule Log I tried for Christmas. The ganache came out so horrible that I was glad we were in lockdown and people wouldn’t come over. Sometimes I feel like the food bloggers on the ‘gram would rather have pretty pictures than solid recipes. Social media, huh? Fear not. If you are a beginner, The Everything Vegan Cookbook might be the right choice for you. Keep reading on my blog!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    Thanks to NetGalley and Adams Media for the digital review copy of this book. After a quick introductory chapter on veganism, its benefits, and how to make the switch, this book gets right on down to the recipes, and it does not skimp. There are tons of recipes in here, and it’s divided up just how you would imagine. First, appetizers, sauces, and dips, includes some gravies, Mediterranean dips (my fav), and some bar food standards. The recipes are straight forward with nutritional info and some o Thanks to NetGalley and Adams Media for the digital review copy of this book. After a quick introductory chapter on veganism, its benefits, and how to make the switch, this book gets right on down to the recipes, and it does not skimp. There are tons of recipes in here, and it’s divided up just how you would imagine. First, appetizers, sauces, and dips, includes some gravies, Mediterranean dips (my fav), and some bar food standards. The recipes are straight forward with nutritional info and some options if you want to make other things along-side or if there are store bought alternatives that will make your life easier. The beautiful photos made me hungry. Next you’ll find sections for breakfast, salads/dressings, soups (my wintertime fav), veggies stir-fries and sides, rice and grains, pasta, misc. mains, tofu, seitan TVP and Tempeh, and desserts. I love the micro level that these recipes are broken into. You don’t have to flip through an entire dinner section if you know you want pasta or tofu for dinner. I am not vegan, but I have close friends who are, and I am always looking to add more plant-based meals into my prep rotation, cutting back on meat and dairy when possible, and I can’t wait to try lots of these recipes out. They look delicious. This one is out in February, so keep an eye out for it if you’re looking to diversify your vegan cooking, or if you’re curious and want to dip your toes into easy vegan recipes to see what you think.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    I'm not a vegan or vegetarian, although recently I have been making an effort to include more plant-based meals into my diet, so I was very excited to check out The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook. Right off the bat, I was happy to see that the cookbook definitely lived up to its name. None of the recipes were overly complicated, and most, if not all of them could definitely be accomplished on a busy weeknight for dinner. Also, with the exception of a few dishes, this book shows that you don't nee I'm not a vegan or vegetarian, although recently I have been making an effort to include more plant-based meals into my diet, so I was very excited to check out The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook. Right off the bat, I was happy to see that the cookbook definitely lived up to its name. None of the recipes were overly complicated, and most, if not all of them could definitely be accomplished on a busy weeknight for dinner. Also, with the exception of a few dishes, this book shows that you don't need to rely on buying "fake" meat substitutes for a complete vegetarian/vegan dish, letting the vegetables shine on their own. The only downfall here is a lack of photos. The photos in the book are beautiful, but I wish every recipe had at least one to show the finished plating, if not several to show the steps of the cooking process. I'm really excited to go shopping and get cooking -- my mouth is watering just thinking of the eggplant puttanesca! I'm extremely grateful to Netgalley and Adams Media for the opportunity to read The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook in return for my honest opinion.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook begins with a section providing concise explanations for why vegan diets are great for health, weight loss, animals, and the environment. While that information is excellent, what makes this book great are the 200 recipes broken down by food groups and types (breakfasts, tofu, seitan, etc.). Long-time vegans and those just wishing to explore a plant-based diet will find much to love in this cookbook. As promised, the recipes are generally easy to prepare and re The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook begins with a section providing concise explanations for why vegan diets are great for health, weight loss, animals, and the environment. While that information is excellent, what makes this book great are the 200 recipes broken down by food groups and types (breakfasts, tofu, seitan, etc.). Long-time vegans and those just wishing to explore a plant-based diet will find much to love in this cookbook. As promised, the recipes are generally easy to prepare and rely on ingredients sold in large grocery stores. Before getting this book, I tried for years to make tofu that I enjoyed, but I could never figure out how to prepare it nearly as well as restaurants did. But the Cajun Cornmeal Tofu recipe in this book changed everything, and I finally was able to prepare tofu that was restaurant-worthy. This book was exactly what I have been looking for in a cookbook, and I can't wait to make many more recipes. Wish there were more pictures, but the steps were explained well enough so that they were not necessary. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with a galley of the book in exchange for an honest review.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I was quite happy with “The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook”. There are a variety of recipes, the recipes were clearly and neatly organized by type of food (i.e. breakfasts, desserts, appetizers, etc.), and the recipes appear to be easy to follow. I especially liked how the nutritional information was given for each recipe. When I look through a cookbook, I gravitate toward the recipes that have pictures; I don’t know if I’m the only one who does this, but I cannot be alone. So, I was disappointe I was quite happy with “The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook”. There are a variety of recipes, the recipes were clearly and neatly organized by type of food (i.e. breakfasts, desserts, appetizers, etc.), and the recipes appear to be easy to follow. I especially liked how the nutritional information was given for each recipe. When I look through a cookbook, I gravitate toward the recipes that have pictures; I don’t know if I’m the only one who does this, but I cannot be alone. So, I was disappointed that there were not very many pictures of the completed recipes. The pictures that were there were nice and vibrant, I just wish there were a lot more. Overall, I think “The Everything Easy Vegan Cookbook” would be a great addition to anyone’s cookbook collection.

  15. 4 out of 5

    AJ

    I absolutely love this cookbook. It has 200 different recipes and most are family friendly. I love that all ingredients are easy to find and I do not have to go to a specialty store to get them. They have recipes for every occasion from appetizers to desserts and everything in between, even has a section for sauces and tofu. We are not a vegan family, but try to make vegan meals 2-3x a week for the health benefits. This book has it all, and has literally became by weekly go to for meal prep. The I absolutely love this cookbook. It has 200 different recipes and most are family friendly. I love that all ingredients are easy to find and I do not have to go to a specialty store to get them. They have recipes for every occasion from appetizers to desserts and everything in between, even has a section for sauces and tofu. We are not a vegan family, but try to make vegan meals 2-3x a week for the health benefits. This book has it all, and has literally became by weekly go to for meal prep. The recipes are easy to follow, and come out delicious! No skillset is required for these recipes, which I love.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kelley Blair

    As a person who eats a mostly plant based diet I’m always looking for quick easy recipes with ingredients readily available in my small town. This cookbook fit this criteria. I like how it was broken down into sections with tidbits along the way. A lot of recipes have between 5-10 ingredients which I like. The introduction talks about Veganism and gives many good reasons why this type of eating aids in a healthier you. This recipe book gave me many new twists and ideas to enhance my meals. As my As a person who eats a mostly plant based diet I’m always looking for quick easy recipes with ingredients readily available in my small town. This cookbook fit this criteria. I like how it was broken down into sections with tidbits along the way. A lot of recipes have between 5-10 ingredients which I like. The introduction talks about Veganism and gives many good reasons why this type of eating aids in a healthier you. This recipe book gave me many new twists and ideas to enhance my meals. As my interest grew in becoming healthier so did my interest in finding quality cookbooks. This is hands down one of the best I have come across. So many new recipes to try.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dickson Poon

    This cookbook includes a lot of recipes from different origins, including Asian, European, Middle-Eastern to name a few. Recipes are classified into meals (Breakfast, Dinner, Salad, etc.) and each recipe include basic nutritional analysis which is good for people that need to pay close attention to their intake levels. One thing I would prefer is to see more photos. The photos don't have to be a huge spread on the page but a good photo tends to make me more inclined to try the recipe. Overall th This cookbook includes a lot of recipes from different origins, including Asian, European, Middle-Eastern to name a few. Recipes are classified into meals (Breakfast, Dinner, Salad, etc.) and each recipe include basic nutritional analysis which is good for people that need to pay close attention to their intake levels. One thing I would prefer is to see more photos. The photos don't have to be a huge spread on the page but a good photo tends to make me more inclined to try the recipe. Overall this is a very informative book with lots of interesting ideas to try out.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Aleece

    I really enjoyed this cookbook. I liked that there weren’t any complicated ingredients and that a lot of the ingredients would be staples in vegan homes. While I am not vegan or vegetarian I have been looking at moving towards vegetarian/vegan and this was the perfect starter cookbook that felt like the right fit for me. My only criticism is that I wish there were more pictures so I could see what the recipes would look like. Like they say we eat with our eyes first.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Du

    It's really hard to give a cookbook more than two and a half or three stars. There are some interesting recipes here and ones and I'll certainly try. I think the hold off is that I'm not sure this book would be worth buying. Reading yes, buying not so sure It's really hard to give a cookbook more than two and a half or three stars. There are some interesting recipes here and ones and I'll certainly try. I think the hold off is that I'm not sure this book would be worth buying. Reading yes, buying not so sure

  20. 4 out of 5

    GB

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jade Scott

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karena

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ingrid

  27. 5 out of 5

    lori light

  28. 4 out of 5

    CatherinesBooks

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sualen

  30. 5 out of 5

    Domo

  31. 4 out of 5

    Bobbie

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