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Vegans avoid not simply meat, but all animal products including dairy. This diet can be problematic unless it's carefully controlled to be sure that all necessary protein components are present. Barnard and Kramer recount their own roads to veganism, one as a matter of personal choice, the other as a way out of chronic disease. The authors suggest substitutes for animal products and recommend ways to ensure that one consumes sufficient proteins and vitamins while following a vegan regime. Recipes present few surprises, relying on tofu and other soy products as textural components and substitutes for meats and dairy products. Keeping in mind that many cosmetics are based on animal products or tested on animals, the authors offer some helpful recipes for these beauty enhancers as well. Mark Knoblauch
Their tatoos, their fashion sense, stolen from grandma's vintage trunk, and their irreverence, say it's not important to be earnest vegans; their recipes have an I-hate-to-cook-but-love-to-eat attitude.
Vancouver Sun (Vancouver Sun)
Written with sass, style, and a sense of humor. More than just a cookbook. . . .
The authors genuinely seem to be having a wonderful time as they share recipes, anedotes and advice for cooking, baking and even making your own beauty products.
Reader Review Vegetarian Times (Vegetarian Times)
Fun, educational, accessible and tasty!
Impact Magazine (Impact Magazine)
The vegetarian cookbook industry seems to be in the permanent grip of New Age hippies and Hare Krishnas. Anyone turned off by such associations should seek out How It All Vegan! by two Canadians, Tanya Barnard and Sarah Kramer. Refreshingly, they do not discuss chakras, or offer instructions on how to become a practising druid. Barnard and Kramer adopt a down-to-earth approach, and focus on everyday meals someone might actually eat. The clarity and simplicity is no doubt why How It All Vegan! has won several awards and begotten two sequels. Much like Singer and Scully, Barnard and Kramer remind us there are ways to save animals that do not require breaking into cars.
The Globe & Mail (The Globe & Mail 2007-09-01)
A recipe book should have pictures of the dishes, in my opinion. That's what inspires me to make it. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Kris S.
I truly love this book, though i can't get myself all the way to vegan- I'm a "sometime" vegetarian, but their ideas, and how they present them are truly marvelous. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Melinna C.
If you want to try out vegan this is for you. It was very helpful and I was pleased with my purchase! :)Published on August 16, 2013 by Donna M. Madden
Every recipe I have tried in this cook book turns out really well and taste fabulous. If your looking for great tasting healthy recipes this is it!Published on July 23, 2013 by AB
This was my first vegan cookbook, purchased in 1999. I owned this book for years, then donated it to a thriftstore. Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by ABC
My wife has been a vegan for almost 39 years, and she said the kids who wrote this have a lot to learn about cooking. Read morePublished on April 18, 2013 by JH