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Kim Barnouin, co-author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller, Skinny Bitch
VEGAN DINER is one of those cookbooks that inspires you to cook. The recipes are accessible and mouth-watering, and will definitely bring out the foodie in those who read it. It brings vegan cuisine to a whole new level!
Bryanna Clark Grogan, author of Nonna’s Italian Kitchen
I am so delighted with Julie’s new book! Not only does it look wonderful, with delectable color photos of many of the recipes, and stylishly retro diner scenes, but the content is a perfect combo of familiar and original. You’ll find old favorites like All-American Beer-Battered Onions, Ooey-Gooey Brownies, and Biscuits with Creamy Sage Gravy alongside Spelt Chai Pancakes, Vampire Fries, and Philly Seitan Sliders, to name but a very few must-make recipes in this book.
Fran Costigan, author of More Great Good Dairy-free Desserts Naturally
VEGAN DINER is packed with inspired veganized versions of classic diner foods, and then some! Novice, vegan or omnivore, all are sure to enjoy Julie Hasson’s clear, creative recipes that will take you from breakfast waffles to gooey brownies and everything in between.
Library Journal, 5/13/11
"Hasson (125 Best Cupcake Recipes) writes that many students in her cooking classes don’t want to give up their favorite foods. To counter that excuse, she here includes many favorite American dishes as vegan delicacies. She first lists vegan pantry items (such as agar powder, egg replacer, and tofu) and special equipment (blender, metal measuring cups, and whisk). While this book doesn’t include nutritional information, it’s a fun vegan cookbook—featuring, e.g., Mocha Muffins, Diner Donuts, Vampire Fries, Mushroom Burgers, and Ooey-Gooey Brownies. Sure to add some variety to weeknight meals. "
Delicious Living Magazine
“If you know someone who has considered going vegan but can’t bear giving up creamy, gravy-laden favorites, hand them this fun-loving book… I love the easy-to-read, retro-color fonts and forget-the-diet photos.”
Ethical holiday gift guide at Pomp & Circumstance
“This cookbook, by Julie Hasson, is just what you’d expect; diner staples done cruelty-free and healthfully, when possible. From my experience with the recipes so far, I’m smitten. . I tell you, once someone begins experimenting with these recipes, friends will be jonesing to visit their house after hours rather than the ordinary neighborhood haunt. If you enjoy diner style food, which, if it’s vegan I do, too, this cookbook is a kitchen essential.”
Post Punk Kitchen, theppk.com
“Julie knows her way around vegan meats, that’s for sure. Definitely run out and buy Vegan Diner for its beautifully styled photos and amazing recipes.”
I am always on the lookout for great vegan recipes and bought this cookbook on a whim 2 years ago. WHAT A treasure !!!!!
I frequently make the easy Crock Pot Pot Roast. Read more
I love good, greasy, cruelty-free diner food! So many awesome recipes in this book.Published 3 months ago by On the Vedge
The recipes are simple and delicious! I love cookbooks but I rarely cook, because I don't find most recipes that interest me to feel accessible. Read morePublished 3 months ago by E.Lynn
I've owned this book for some time now. It's my go to for reliable outcomes for tasty vegan dishes. When my friend went vegan as well I bought this for her for her birthday. Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. Flood
I learned of this book back in 2012, on the PPK boards. It was one of my earliest vegan cookbooks purchased, because of the rave reviews for so many of its recipes - and my newly... Read morePublished 4 months ago by brillosa
This is my new favorite go to vegan cookbook. The biscuit recipe is great - one of the best vegan biscuit recipes I've tried. I also really like the smoky potato scramble.Published 8 months ago by J-RZA
I love the recipes in here. they are all scrumptious. I had a pdf copy of this and bought the book with a giftcard given to me cause I love it so much I like to have a real copy... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Annigirl22
Love this cook book. I tend to check cookbooks out from the library, and after browsing through them, usually do not try any recipes. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Clem Rasputin
I am a new Vegan and I was DYING for the classic comfort foods. the recipes appear to be easy and I can not wait to start making some of them!Published 11 months ago by SpencySpence