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Let Them Eat Vegan!: 200 Deliciously Satisfying Plant-Powered Recipes for the Whole Family Paperback – March 13, 2012
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Everything tastes better with bacon. Now you can enjoy that salty, smoky, crispy yum made with healthy plant-based ingredients. It’s all in the seasonings, and these easy-to-make recipes are loaded with decadently delicious bacony flavor. Not only that, but these tasty plant-based bacons are low in fat and cholesterol-free. Learn more | See related books
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“User-friendly, family friendly positive cookbook with recipes that should appeal to all age ranges and varied palates.”
“[A] great place to start if you're just getting into veganism. [Burton] breaks everything down into very simple terms in the introduction. There's also a metric conversion chart in the back, great tutorial on cooking beans, a whole section on smoothies and much more.”
“The pictures are truly mouthwatering. Recommended for the health-conscious home cook.”
“A worthy addition to a cookbook shelf. It has a wide selection of simple, yet elegant vegan recipes.”
Natural Solutions, 7/31/12
“You won’t find any processed vegan substitutes, white flour, or artificial sweeteners in this delectable cookbook—just hearty, healthy, delicious vegan food. From the simplest comfort foods to sophisticated main dishes, even non-vegans will enjoy cooking these flavorful and satisfying foods.”
Midwest Book Review, June 2012
“From Lemon Infused Mediterranean Lentils to Truffled Cashew Cheese, this is packed with dishes which are easy and surprising—and appealing to vegans and non-vegans alike. No vegan collection should be without this appealing presentation of alternative dishes.”
“There's just the right mix of difficulty, with enough easy recipes for novice cooks, along with more-involved dishes to challenge more experienced cooks. And for vegan skeptics, there's a whole chapter of crowd-pleasing veggie burger recipes. I can't wait to try them all.”
Portland Oregonian, 11/26/12
Named one of EntertainmentRealm.com’s “12 Favorite Nonfiction Books of 2012”
“[A] user-friendly, family-friendly positive cookbook with recipes that appeal to all age ranges and varied palates.”
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I have been a huge fan of Dreena Burton's for years now. What I like most about her books is that they use whole ingredients, ones that are good for you and our earth. This is especially true in this book. I don't believe there is even one ingredient that is a highly-processed source (there are some minimal processed items, but they are still very healthy). So you might be thinking, okay, the ingredients are whole food ingredients, but I bet some of them are hard to find. Nope! There may be a few high-end items that you might have to search out (Amazon is your friend here), but, for the majority, most items are easily found. All of this means nothing, though, if the recipes don't taste good - scratch that - if they don't taste great! And trust me, the ones they I have tried so far are PHENOMINAL. In fact, they have all be so good that this is truly the first time I have wanted to make every single recipe in a cookbook. And I certainly intend on doing so. Even my boyfriend who can be a bit picky has absolutely loved everything I have made from this book. And ever since we got this book, it has been on a high-rotation for our weekly meal planning.Read more ›
I especially love the focus on whole-foods, no vegan substitutes (like fake sour cream, etc).. the emphasis is on whole grains, vegetables and beans... just as it should be! I feel really confident feeding my hungry, growing kids recipes from Dreena, and they are eager to eat them.
The Peanut Butter Chai Ice Cream recipe is worth the cost of the book alone ;)
Thanks, Dreena, for yet another fabulous book that my whole family loves!!!
Dreena's 200 recipes cover just about every category you could think of and left me wanting to try them all!
Chapter 1: Breakfast Bites and Smoothies
Chapter 2: Salads That Make a Meal
Chapter 3: Proud to Be Saucy and Dippy
Chapter 4: Vegan Soup for the Soul
Chapter 5: Side Stars
Chapter 6: Your Main Squeeze: Casseroles, One-Pot Wonders, and Tarts
Chapter 7: When Burgers Get Better
Chapter 8: Good Pasta Belongs on a Plate - Not the Wall!
Chapter 9: C Is for Cookie, That's Good Enough for Me
Chapter 10: Let Them Eat Cake, Pies, and Pudding
Chapter 11: Dreena Dazs (<-- a whole chapter for ice cream!)
I've only had the book a few days, and so far I've made the Cocoa Cookie Dough Balls, Kids' Cheesy Chickpea and White Bean Soup, Wholesome Oat Snackles, Too-Good-to-Be-Tofu Burgers, and Black Bean, Quinoa, and Sweet Potato Spicy Croquettes. Everything turned out really, really well - and I've just scratched the surface!!
Now, what shall I make next...Apple Spice Hemp Pancakes, Mediterranean Bean Burgers, or Raspberry Almond Torte? Decisions, decisions!
It's still a great and thorough vegan recipe book. Many of the recipes are not "meat substitute recipes" but are instead dishes just made from vegan ingredients. Burton has obviously prepared and tasted and tested these dishes (unlike a few other vegan cookbooks out there that make me wonder if they actually made their dishes - looking at you BabyCakes!). Most of the ingredients are items that I have on hand. Keeping dried beans, lentils, and fresh greens handy definitely makes many of these recipes more accessible. There are a few that have ingredients that I doubt most people keep on hand, but then that's what quick shopping trips are for. I found that I have on hand the ingredients for about 1/3 of her recipes (not counting the desserts), and I feel that I keep a pretty 'normal' vegan pantry. But I don't regularly use xanthum gum, agar, and such. She is also a huge fan of various nuts and potatoes, so if you're a fan, then these will appeal to you.
There are a few pages in the center of the book with pictures, but not many. And the binding is rather cheap, so putting this book into a recipe book holder will certainly shorten its life expectancy.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a awesome cookbook! I have quite a lot of Vegan cookbooks, but this one is one of my absolute favorites.Published 1 month ago by Anne O.
This has all kinds of yummy recipes to try even if you're not vegan. I love how simple and easy to follow instructionsPublished 4 months ago by Brittany Proctor
I think there are a lot of great recipes in this book, but there are ZERO photos! Seriously?!? I'm sure the publisher was trying to save money but I would love to see photos of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rain City
Sorry, I found the book dwelled too much on desserts. I was looking more to learn about using vegetables, fruits and natural ways to create my protein and balance my diet and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mahala Hare
Great cookbook.Sooooo many recipes! And so many that don't require any weird ingredients.Published 12 months ago by Jessi
I have tried a few recipes and they work pretty well...the major down side for me is that
it only has a few pictures in the center of the book... Read more
Some great recipes but Dreena loves nuts. So many recipes are full of them. And the ice cream section is full of coconut milk. This is a high fat cookbook. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Hawk