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Veganism is about more than just avoiding meat and dairy; it's about cooking and eating healthy food while being good to the planet. Luckily, being good to the planet can be delicious! The Everything Vegan Cookbook is filled with 300 recipes that you'll love, whether you're simply curious or a lifelong vegan, such as: Fat-Free Banana Bread Curried Pumpkin Soup Spicy Southern Veganism is about more than just avoiding meat and dairy; it's about cooking and eating healthy food while being good to the planet. Luckily, being good to the planet can be delicious! The Everything Vegan Cookbook is filled with 300 recipes that you'll love, whether you're simply curious or a lifelong vegan, such as: Fat-Free Banana Bread Curried Pumpkin Soup Spicy Southern Jambalaya Maple Cinnamon Breakfast Quinoa Foolproof Vegan Fudge Sweetheart Raspberry Lemon Cupcakes Sinfully Delicious Vegan Ice Cream Chocolate Mocha Ice Cream Cooking for your family every day on wholesome vegan foods can be easy! From quick and easy recipes for hectic weeknights to indulgent breakfasts for lazy weekend mornings, you'll have the confidence you need to take on a healthy, meat- and dairy-free lifestyle.


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Veganism is about more than just avoiding meat and dairy; it's about cooking and eating healthy food while being good to the planet. Luckily, being good to the planet can be delicious! The Everything Vegan Cookbook is filled with 300 recipes that you'll love, whether you're simply curious or a lifelong vegan, such as: Fat-Free Banana Bread Curried Pumpkin Soup Spicy Southern Veganism is about more than just avoiding meat and dairy; it's about cooking and eating healthy food while being good to the planet. Luckily, being good to the planet can be delicious! The Everything Vegan Cookbook is filled with 300 recipes that you'll love, whether you're simply curious or a lifelong vegan, such as: Fat-Free Banana Bread Curried Pumpkin Soup Spicy Southern Jambalaya Maple Cinnamon Breakfast Quinoa Foolproof Vegan Fudge Sweetheart Raspberry Lemon Cupcakes Sinfully Delicious Vegan Ice Cream Chocolate Mocha Ice Cream Cooking for your family every day on wholesome vegan foods can be easy! From quick and easy recipes for hectic weeknights to indulgent breakfasts for lazy weekend mornings, you'll have the confidence you need to take on a healthy, meat- and dairy-free lifestyle.

30 review for The Everything Vegan Cookbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn

    This is one of those cookbooks that I'm glad I read, but am also glad I only borrowed from the library. While many of the recipes sound amazing, I was disappointed in that several are not as "from scratch" as I'd hoped, some calling for store-bought sauces or seasoning blends. There are lots of tofu and tempeh recipes, which some people might appreciate, but I try not to consume too much soy so the book wasn't balanced enough for the way I like to cook. Most disappointing is the dessert section This is one of those cookbooks that I'm glad I read, but am also glad I only borrowed from the library. While many of the recipes sound amazing, I was disappointed in that several are not as "from scratch" as I'd hoped, some calling for store-bought sauces or seasoning blends. There are lots of tofu and tempeh recipes, which some people might appreciate, but I try not to consume too much soy so the book wasn't balanced enough for the way I like to cook. Most disappointing is the dessert section where they really copped out with such recipes as "vegan cookie pie crust" (the recipe calls for mashed vegan cookies, margarine, and vanilla) or "Cheaters Pumpkin Pie Cakes" in which the first ingredient is "1 box vegan spice cake or yellow cake mix." No, thank you! One of the from scratch recipes I tried didn't have that much flavor, either. Some recipes are a bit misleading such as the "Sugar-Free Tofu Chocolate Pudding" which includes 1/4 cup of maple syrup or brown rice syrup. Uh... while there may be no cane sugar in this recipe I don't really consider that "sugar free." (Still, I have to admit this was the hit recipe from the book, IMO; a really delicious and easy to make pudding that is full of good-for-you tofu and peanut butter and I would probably have never tried it if I hadn't needed to use up a block of tofu in a pinch!) I guess I should feel glad that I have progressed in my cooking abilities to the point where I find some of these recipes a bit flimsy rather than a lifesaving mix of prepared and fresh ingredients for make-at-home. Indeed, this might be a good beginner cookbook for vegans lacking confidence in the kitchen. However, when I compare it to a book such as The Peaceful Palate: Fine Vegetarian Cuisine that has super-easy from scratch recipes for vegans, I just can't give this one more than three stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    I really like the simplicity of the recipes. I am starting my plant-based journey and I have lots of sticky notes for the recipes I am going to try. The advantages of eating vegan were explained well with a couple I had never knew.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

    3 1/2 stars really. It works for me because I am on a really tight budget and love flavor rich foods. There are a lot of recipes that rely on sauces like soy sauce and rice vinegar but it's all good in my book. I just use low sodium soy sauce in some recipes. There are an over abundance of soy recipes and I only chose a few that I am going to make regularly as I try not to consume a lot of soy (processed soy is not good for you, especially women, so I stick to tofu and nix the soy milk). I also 3 1/2 stars really. It works for me because I am on a really tight budget and love flavor rich foods. There are a lot of recipes that rely on sauces like soy sauce and rice vinegar but it's all good in my book. I just use low sodium soy sauce in some recipes. There are an over abundance of soy recipes and I only chose a few that I am going to make regularly as I try not to consume a lot of soy (processed soy is not good for you, especially women, so I stick to tofu and nix the soy milk). I also subsituted almond milk for soy milk in some of the recipes like the vegan pancakes. All and all it's a good starter book for a new vegan with little time like myself. Some seem to think it is not for real cooks but I've been cooking for a while. I don't have an abundance of time to sit and make everything from scratch all the time. I'm a student, a writer and other arts participant and I constantly have to network with readers and other writers and work on my other projects, along with homework and studying and hitting the gym. I don't have time. This is great for me for now though I plan on buying another cookbook for those times when I make a meal for a group or a party.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Much like Donna Klein's 'Supermarket Vegan', Jolinda Hackett's 'The Everything Vegan Cookbook' is a simple, down-to-earth approach to a meat and dairy-free lifestyle. The book is affordable, streamlined, and simplified with a casual tone and no photography. It's strength is that it uses relatively basic, easy-to-find ingredients that come together to make vegan versions of familiar favorites. It departs from 'Supermarket Vegan' in that it does contain a chapter on the how's and why's of veganism Much like Donna Klein's 'Supermarket Vegan', Jolinda Hackett's 'The Everything Vegan Cookbook' is a simple, down-to-earth approach to a meat and dairy-free lifestyle. The book is affordable, streamlined, and simplified with a casual tone and no photography. It's strength is that it uses relatively basic, easy-to-find ingredients that come together to make vegan versions of familiar favorites. It departs from 'Supermarket Vegan' in that it does contain a chapter on the how's and why's of veganism and some of the ingredients will require a trip to a health foods or specialty store. I've enjoyed everything I've made from it so far though and am glad to store it alongside my other vegan/vegetarian cookbooks.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Julie L

    I really love this cookbook--I'm not vegan but like to eat meatless as much as possible, and vegan is even better. I've tried many recipes out of this and they are all VERY GOOD, as well as unique (although not difficult). I gave up buying recipe books in preference of reviewed on-line recipes, but am glad I made an exception and bought this one. Fave recipes are the fat-free banana bread, african peanut and greens soup (so easy and tasty--although high in fat!), sugar-free no bake cocoa balls ( I really love this cookbook--I'm not vegan but like to eat meatless as much as possible, and vegan is even better. I've tried many recipes out of this and they are all VERY GOOD, as well as unique (although not difficult). I gave up buying recipe books in preference of reviewed on-line recipes, but am glad I made an exception and bought this one. Fave recipes are the fat-free banana bread, african peanut and greens soup (so easy and tasty--although high in fat!), sugar-free no bake cocoa balls (sounds gross, but very good!), and cranberry-apple wild rice. I'm betting that 75% of the recipes in here are fantastic and the others are pretty good!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    No pictures!!!! Arrgghhh!!! A little vegan preachy in the beginning pages. I'm not vegan, but always looking for new veggie dishes. Soy cheese, fake meat, and fake butter creep me out, as they are often overly processed and made with goodness knows what. But if you skip around those recipes, there are several good ones on here. Nothing that makes me want to run to the store and get the ingredients RIGHT NOW and make it, but several good sounding, solid recipes.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    The recipes in here are very easy. There are no complicated steps or difficult to find ingredients. Vegan books can be difficult because sometimes they just ty to recreate meat products and this book doesn't do that. I like this book for simple week night meals. There are some good breakfast recipes too.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    I have tried many of the recipes in this book now and have only disliked one (banana bread -- blech!).

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sanya

    Pretty amazing recipes, sole gripe being overall dependency (way too much) on soy. Not a fan of it at all in cooking.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Angela Joyce

    So far, everything I've made from this book is outrageously good and easy, not to mention economical. It's written in a fun, accessible style as well... without getting too cutesy.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    Lots of basic, tasty-sounding recipes, although I didn't actually make any of them. The ingredients appear to be fairly readily-available.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sofie Birkelyng-Larsen

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    Ley Saulnier

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    Charles

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