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“This eclectic collection of vegan recipes would make a great addition to any food lover’s cookbook shelf. With more than 600 recipes from several talented authors, this book has something delicious for everybody to enjoy.”
―Robin Robertson, bestselling author of The Vegan Planet, 1000 Vegan Recipes, Veganize It! and many more
“A mind-bogglingly huge collection of recipes with something for everyone―gluten-free, oil-free, air fryer aficionados and more―from the Mount Rushmore of vegan cookbook authors. It’s a must-have for experienced vegans and plant-curious omnivores alike!”
―Natalie Slater, author of Bake and Destroy
“Packing just one cookbook for your desert island? This is the one. The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook is a veritable vegan buffet with many easy, thrifty options! This huge collection proves that vegan and variety go together.”
―Linda Watson, creator of the blog Cook for Good
About the Author
- File Size : 121368 KB
- Print Length : 435 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07DT9GYRL
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Publication Date : October 23, 2018
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Page Street Publishing (October 23, 2018)
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 1624146414
- Best Sellers Rank: #688,806 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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There are so , so many vegan cookbooks out there that are good, great and yes comprehensive so to call yourself the "Ultimate Vegan Cookbook" means some pretty big shoes to fill, and fill this does not.
I am pretty sure that the average vegan does not predominately live on sweet foods yet about a third of the book - pages 231 to 408 in a book that has around 420 pages (yes the breakfasts and drinks were largely sweet too) was filled with dessert and sweet treats . These call for sugar, flour, boatloads of coconut oil., syrup, dates....stuff that I try my best to keep away from most of the time.
Next pet peeve, is a lot of the books on the market are loaded full of stunning pics that show you how your creation should look and get your mouth watering. This book however features recipe after recipe squeezing in next to each other with a handful of pages at various points in the book where they feature a bunch of pics just jumbled on a page together with a brief line about where to locate the dishes, and the pics are poor quality with weird crops that cut off the dish itself...it looks like something self published and they also look rather dated like you picked up an old magazine in a doctors waiting room that had a recipe of the day!
There are a bunch of recipes that call for specific tools such as an air fryer , slow cooker, Instant pot- and it is hit or miss if they include alternate instructions . Or things that have been done to death, I mean really hummus , popcorn, Guacamole ?
I would say if you are new to vegan cooking and don't need or want a lot of pics to guide you and have a sweet tooth, by all means get this but for the rest of us, this is a miss !
As for health, there are a lot of healthy recipes in the book, yes it has a hefty dessert section but I have a sweet tooth and has far as unhealthy recipes go they aren't that bad. And again if you know how to cook you should know the substitution to make something healthier. I also love that they have a lot of gluten free and soy free options. I'm allergic to soy, and a lot of other things and was struggling to go from vegetarian to vegan because of that. But this book has so many recipes and ideas. It's really great
The recipes themselves are not written well. Each recipe has a quote from the person who wrote the recipe, and they are unnecessary and annoying. Here are some examples: "Caramelized onions effing rock." "My favorite tester, aka my mom, managed to purchase some where she lives in Switzerland." (Wow, helpful.) "My sweetie claimed they were better than any chicken nugget he had ever had." "Is there anything better than winter citrus?" (What is winter citrus???) It reminded me of those annoying recipe blogs that want to talk about their family members and lives when you could not care less and just want to get to the recipe. And everything was "the best they'd ever tasted." Sure thing, buddy.
The recipes were vague and not detailed enough. This recipe for yet another taco was not helpful: "Slice the lime, avocado, and onion, and chop the cilantro. Heat the tortillas in a cast iron pan or pop in the oven for a few minutes to warm them." So, how many slices of avocado, etc.? What temperature should the oven be on? How many minutes is a few? Three? Five? More? Is there a difference in texture to cook in the oven versus a pan?
Also, some of the recipes are just bad. Baked ziti with one cup of carrots and two cups of cauliflower? Why...?
This cookbook is a mess, and there are better options out there. I would recommend How to Cook Everything Vegetarian by Mark BIttman.