Vegan(ish): 100 simple, budget recipes that don't cost the earth

Vegan(ish): 100 simple, budget recipes that don't cost the earth Review

Delicious and creative vegan recipes from writer and award-winning campaigner Jack Monroe. This full-color collection of one hundred simple, affordable recipes is perfect for committed vegans or anyone who wants to give vegan cooking a try. Packed with inventive, easy and 100% vegan dishes, this gorgeous book is sure to appeal—whether you are looking to take the leap, want to be a little kinder to the planet, need ideas to cook for a vegan friend, or simply want to put some more plant power in your everyday cooking. From Breakfast Muckmuffins to Beet Wellington, and Kinda-Carbonara to Bakewell Tart, Jack's easy, vibrant home cooking is tasty, tempting, and surprisingly uncomplicated.

Title:Vegan(ish): 100 simple, budget recipes that don't cost the earth
Edition Language:English

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    Vegan(ish): 100 simple, budget recipes that don't cost the earth Reviews

  • Jamie Rose

    A good range of recipes, especially for vegan converts who want to find substitutes for their old meaty favourites, and generally easy to adapt for those of us who are looking to cut down on meat and ...

  • Linda Semple

    Really? A four star review for a cookbook? Well, yes. If you’re wanting to eat more meat-free meals but don’t want to spend most of your life shopping, preparing, and cooking complicated likes of ...

  • Sam Still Reading

    Confession time: I’ve never reviewed a cookbook on my blog before. I’ve shown pictures of recipes I’ve made from cookbooks and recipes I’ve invented but never really discussed the cookbook as ...

  • Helen Murray

    Still my favourite food writer! While other vegan chefs rely on expensive ingredients and incredibly complicated methods, Jack Monroe brings it back to basics. Recipes are always affordable, accessibl...

  • Jennifer

    This is a proper vegan cookbook, make no mistake as some might from the title (plenty of half hearted efforts knocking about)It's a very interesting mixed approach and feels like a bit of a departure ...