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Oh She Glows Every Day: Quick and Simply Satisfying Plant-based Recipes Paperback – September 6, 2016
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Praise for Oh She Glows Every Day
“This is such a complement to Angela’s first cookbook—more healthy and usable recipes that will become part of your everyday cooking. With salads for any occasion, great snacks for adults and kids, and weekly staples like hazelnut milk and veggie burgers, I’m excited to have many of these recipes on hand.”
—Sara Forte, author of The Sprouted Kitchen and The Sprouted Kitchen: Bowl + Spoon
“With just a handful of ingredients, Angela creates fabulous quick and easy recipes that are bursting with flavor, and loaded with nutrients. With this book, healthy fast food is not only a reality, but a spectacular one!”
—Tess Masters, author of The Blender Girl and The Blender Girl Smoothies
“There she glows again! Angela’s second book is divinely inspired and endlessly inspiring—she is a fountain of brilliant recipe ideas that will surely motivate both rookie cooks and seasoned chefs alike. These new dishes strike the perfect balance between healthy and delicious, luring us into a world where good food is always good for us, even if it doesn’t taste that way! I especially love the pantry section of this book with its beautiful photographs and clear tips for organizing a plant-based, whole foods kitchen. I cannot wait to get cooking, Angela. Thank you for sharing your passion and genius with us all!”
—Sarah Britton, author of My New Roots
“This book gives me serious cravings! Angela makes everyday comfort and nourishment completely exciting with these thoughtful recipes. Her take on plant-based cooking here is encouraging, accessible, and appropriate for so many of life’s moments. Angela’s instructions and firsthand anecdotes read like a friend showing you the way, and the gorgeous photos seal the deal. Oh She Glows Every Day could make a vegan out of anybody.”
—Laura Wright, creator of the Saveur award-winning blog The First Mess
“Angela’s recipes are simply stunning, foolproof, and most importantly, delicious. Between the energizing breakfasts, meal-sized salads, and her holiday-worthy entrées, her recipes continually make an appearance in my kitchen. And, her desserts are show-stoppers!”
—Jeanine Donofrio, author of The Love and Lemons Cookbook
About the Author
Angela Liddon is the founder, recipe developer, and writer behind OhSheGlows.com - an award-winning destination for healthy plant-based recipes, with millions of visitors each month. Her work has been featured in local and international publications such as VegNews, O, The Oprah Magazine, Fitness, The Kitchn, Self, Shape, National Post, The Guardian, Glamour, and Best Health, among others. She has also won several awards, including VegNews Best Vegan Blog for three consecutive years, Chatelaine’s Woman of the Year Hot 20 Under 30 award, and FoodBuzz’s Best Veg Blog and Best Overall Blog. Her first cookbook, The Oh She Glows Cookbook, is an international bestseller. It was selected as Indigo’s Book of the Year for 2014 and appeared on the New York Times bestseller list. Liddon and her husband, Eric, and daughter, Adriana, live in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, with their cat, Sketchie. Liddon’s blog can be found online at www.ohsheglows.com.
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So far I’ve made:
Salted Chocolate Hemp Shake for Two - good
Green Tea Lime Pie Smoothie Bowl - delicious
Green-Orange Creamsicle Smoothie - really delicious, like a dessert
Pear Vanilla Mint Green Smoothie - not my fav
The Fastest Sprouted Steel-Cut Oatmeal - very good
PB&J Thumbprint Cookies - a little gummy, but hearty and freeze well
Overnight Hot Oatmeal Power Bowl - huge, enough for 2, but very good
Apple Pie Overnight Oats - I’m not a huge fan of overnight oats, but like this one
Tropical Overnight Oats - Again, not a huge fan so this wasn’t my fav
Roasted Hazelnut-Almond Granola Clusters - really good, freezes well, not too sweet, but sweet enough
Roasted Garlic and Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus - my tomatoes were funky, but otherwise think it would have been excellent
Endurance Crackers - very garlicky, but fun especially if you ever have to cook for someone who doesn’t eat gluten
Everyday Lemon-Garlic Hummus - very good
Cookie Dough Balls V - delish. I keep these in the freezer. Better than the ones in her first book. Think her nutrition calculations on them are wrong though or are for 2 instead of 1.
Protein Power Quinoa Salad - Delish, and beautiful.
Spiraled Zucchini Summer Salad - Really good.
Crowd-Pleasing Caesar Salad - I think the name is silly, but I served it to a crowd of meat eaters and indeed it was a big hit.
The Best Shredded Kale Salad - One of my favs of this book and in general. Her kale salad in the first OSG is excellent too, btw.
Roasted Garlic Basil Pesto Potatoes with Arugula - Really good, served to a crowd and everyone liked.
The Best Marinated Lentils - Good.
Coconut Bacon - Neat idea and good, though I don’t miss bacon.
Marinated Italian Tofu - I used white beans instead of tofu, but was really good.
Metabolism-Revving Spicy Cabbage Soup - Excellent, hearty.
6 Vegetable and Cheese Soup - Good
Golden French Lentil Stew - Good
Oh Em Gee Burgers - Very good, with or without a bun.
Loaded Sweet Potatoes - Excellent. Huge portions though.
Chili Cheese Nachos - I was a little hesitant, but this was excellent. Served to meat eaters and they didn’t miss the meat (or cheese at all). Leftovers were good too, and apparently you can even freeze it.
Eggplant Parmesan - Not my fav vegan eggplant parm, but I got a local eggplant and think it may have been bitter, so need to retry.
Fail-Proof Marinara Sauce - Good
Comforting Red Lentil and Chickpea Curry - I don’t like curry, so hubby ended up eating it all, but he loved.
Ultimate Green Taco Wraps - I think this is one of the best recipes in the book. I love bread, wraps, etc., but didn’t even mind the iceberg wraps because the filling was so delicious.
Pillowy Pumpkin Snacking Cookies - Very good and don’t make you feel gross. I didnt ice. Freeze well.
High-Rise Pumpkin Cupcakes - Very good
Spiced Buttercream Frosting - Very good
Peanut Butter Lover’s Chocolate Tart - Rich (even without the caramel sauce), but delicious.
All-Purpose Cheese Sauce - I was intrigued and a bit skeptical, but this turned out great. I don’t often repeat recipes, but have used this more than once and have fooled several people into thinking it was nacho cheese made with dairy.
9-Spice Mix - Yummy, similar to one in OSG I think.
Lemon-Tahini Dressing - Verg good
Vegan Parmesan - Made both varieties and both were great. I keep some in the freezer.
PS- I have over 120 cookbooks and only cook vegetarian (mostly vegan).
1) 9 Spice Avocado Hummus Toast, like really? Its toast with hummus and a spice blend!
2) Roasted breakfast Hash. C'mon lets call it what is it: roasted potatoes.
3) The Freshest Guacamole (literally avocado and salsa)
On top of that, there are a lot of smoothies/smoothie bowls (12), crackers/snacks (14), and sweets (17 bars, cookies and desserts) in the book, compared to the 9 salads, and 15 entrees. The balance is just way off.
BUT: There are some recipes that I am looking forward to trying, which is the only reason I am keeping the book, and when I write some, I mean literally like 6.
What I found instead was a lot of disappointment. My initial thumb through of the book found me with a lack of desire to cook any of the recipes. I was surprised to see a lot of familiar looking recipes (previous cookbook and blog) and not a lot of new and exciting ones. I also found that a lot of the recipes seemed time consuming, for example, the main dish on the front page of the book is the combination of 4 separate recipes within the book. That's a lot of work, in my opinion, for a recipe that barely looks appealing. These types of recipes don't feel like an "every day quick and simple" approach to vegan cooking.
Another complaint, albeit somewhat insignificant, is the design of the book. Design is important to me (I'm all about aesthetics!) and I was disappointed in the plain design of the book. It has a minimalist approach, which I'm fine with, but after turning multiple pages of the book, it gets boring real fast.
If you are new to Angela Liddon's recipes, I whole heartedly recommend her first cookbook "Oh She Glows Cookbook". It truly is a wonderful cookbook with fantastic recipes! But steer clear from this one. It's not worth the time or money, in my honest opinion.