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Rabbit Food Cookbook: Practical Vegan Recipes, Food History, and Other Miscellany Spiral-bound – September 20, 2011


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Product Details

  • Spiral-bound: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Sasquatch Books; Spi edition (September 20, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1570618119
  • ISBN-13: 978-1570618116
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 6 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #924,567 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"An irresistibly adorable book that’s a cross between a recipe journal and a philosophy musing. Early in the book, Barnett provides perhaps the most clear and accessible timeline history of the industrialization of American Food I’ve ever read. I also love the book’s homespun quality, with Barnett’s hand-lettered recipes and sweet line illustrations ... And special kudos for the sturdy spiral binding that lets the book lay flat while you cook."
Delicious Living

"For all the cookbooks I’ve perused and purchased lately, this one takes the cake for most helpful and easily accessible. I’m particularly fond of the coil spine (why is this not a regulation for all cookbooks?!) and the cute illustrations, though its useful information puts this book at the top of my gifting list for others."
T.O.F.U. Magazine

"The book's handy size (5-1/2 by 7-1/2) and spiral binding, make it a pleasure to use, and the winsome illustrations add to the fun, but there's serious information inside the 223 page volume. Barnett provides excellent background information on why choosing a plant-based diet may be optimal for both us, and the planet."
Cook Easy Vegan

"This isn’t just a cookbook... it’s a guide to eating well to benefit your body and the world."
Running with Tongs

"This book has it all: convenient spiral binding, damn good original illustrations, incredibly simple but originally flavorful recipes, so many awesome tidbits on food and cooking and the history of said subjects it’ll blow your mind, and best of all… it is the product of a true blue artist who took four of her original (hardbound) zines and made them into one kick ass cookbook."
Manifest Vegan

"With fun illustrations (by the author herself!), easy tips, and yummy recipes (the Tex-Mex Tofu Fajitas and Zucchini Bread look delectable), Rabbit Food Cookbook could be one of those tomes we often hop to for a yummy vegan meal."
VegNews Magazine

"This book is indeed much more than just a cookbook. Beth writes about various subjects like the history of food, about nutrition for vegans, how to start your first garden, what a vegan pantry should include and cooking times on grains and beans."
She Likes Bento

From the Author

Rabbit Food Cookbook: Practical Vegan Recipes, Food History, and Other Miscellany started out as a zine with hard covers in 2002, grew up to be a self published limited edition book of 1000 in 2007, and with this 2011 edition, it is now revised, updated, and newly published by Seattle publisher Sasquatch Books! As always, it includes a collection of practical and easy to use vegan recipes that have been well tested and much eaten in my own home. In addition to the recipes, the book is rounded out with an illustrated timeline of food history, plus miscellaneous tips and resources. Although obviously appealing to vegetarians and vegans, Rabbit Food Cookbook's tone is thoughtful, positive, and accessible, and the books is a great gift idea for everyone interested in adding more vegan options to their tables.

More About the Author

Beth A. Barnett is an artist, writer, and vegan cook. Her book, Rabbit Food Cookbook is a unique and visually interesting combination of illustrations and information, including almost 100 practical vegan recipes. Though originally from Indiana and educated in Ohio, Beth has made herself at home in the lush Willamette Valley in NW Oregon for many years. Her recipes and tastes are influenced by more than 18 years of vegan cooking and recipes.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By George Erdosh on November 25, 2011
Format: Spiral-bound
This whimsical, small-format, spiral-bound, inexpensively produced vegan cookbook could be a useful addition to a vegan or vegetarian cook's book shelf. Most recipes are not original but rather traditional recipes (Crispy Baked Potatoes; Cold Black Bean Salad; Cinnamon Rolls) converted to vegan standards. This new edition is an updated version of the 2007 version. The recipes are good, easy to follow and easy to read even though they are hand-written with cute little symbols and sketch illustrations. The problem, however, is that they are unedited. The author did not strictly follow recipe writing rules that ingredients are listed in order they come up in the instructions. A good editor would also change a number of things to make the recipes more cook-friendly. The author was careful to keep each recipe on a single page for convenience. Some come with useful hints and options.||The first hundred pages include essays on Food Supply, Health and Nutrition, The Industrialization of Food in America, then discussion on gardening, vegan ingredients and how to use them, equipment and even how to make a grocery bag and a produce bag. The book has a good, useable index.
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By nicobh on April 23, 2014
Format: Spiral-bound Verified Purchase
I dont eat a lot of tofu, which is in a lot of the recipes. But I Love the cabbage soup. It's a life saver when I'm feeling gross and like I need a good cleansing meal.
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By AHG on December 3, 2013
Format: Spiral-bound Verified Purchase
I got this as a gift for my vegetarian cousin and her husband; both love to cook. They seemed to appreciate the book!
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By Kate on May 21, 2012
Format: Spiral-bound
I bought this little book at an Anthropolgie sale, but would have happily paid full price at the author's etsy. I like the cute funky style of it and thought it would be appealing to my parents as I try to get them to eat less meat. Because a lot of soy of the recipes have soy, it is a great book for someone just starting a vegan/vegetarian life. As you get used to the lifestyle, you should not eat that much soy or processed soy products so consider most of these weekend/special meals. (Replacing one processed product for another does not necessarily make it healthier - and I should say this does not claim to be a health book, this is just my two cents).

That said, this book gets 5 stars for the Almond Gravy Recipe alone. I used almond milk instead of soy milk. I used to love sausage gravy over biscuits, and this Almond Gravy is not merely an acceptable substitute it's better!!! I had it over her easy biscuit recipe, which are also great.

Thanks for making this little book and I hope people support you by buying it or other things off your etsy!! Search Beth Bee etsy to get there. ( I do not know this person, but as an artist I would hope someone who liked my stuff would provide some shameless promotion)
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