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  • Hardcover: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Fair Winds Press; 1 edition (July 15, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 159233721X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1592337217
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 0.8 x 9.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
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By Leanne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 20, 2016
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Unlike other reviewers, I wasn't a tester for this cookbook and I hadn't even heard of the author Jackie Sobon before pre-ordering this book about five months ago. I just love bowls and new cookbooks, and this one looked like it would be interesting.

So far, I have made two recipes -- the Cashew-Crusted Tofu Stir Fry and the Buffalo Chickpea Mac 'n Cheeze. My husband (who isn't vegan) thought that that the Mac n' Cheeze, which is served on a bed of Romaine lettuce and celery bits, was a bit "unusual," as he phrased it, but I thought that both were delicious!

One of the things I really love about this book is it is whole-foods based, so you won't be using any artificial ingredients in the recipes. Not only does Sobon include breakfast and entree bowls, but she also includes smaller-sized snack bowls, soup and salad bowls, dessert bowls, and a whole chapter on sauces, creams, and dressings.

The bowls come together fairly easily, but do take some time to prepare. Both of the ones I've made have taken about 45 minutes. Also, as mentioned in my review title, many of them are a bit more time-consuming in that about a third of the recipes contain other recipes within them for sauces or dressings, meaning that you have to be sure to plan ahead to have time to make the other recipes, too. For instance, with the Buffalo Chickpea Bowl I made, you have to make the cheese sauce and the ranch dressing (both of which require soaking cashews for about two hours), in addition to cooking the pasta and baking the buffalo chickpeas. The result of having so many sub-recipes is that it it makes things really flavorful, but do be aware that it requires some extra planning.

Overall, I like this book a lot and know that I'll get good use out of it.
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Love this book and can't wait to cook more from it. I just looked through Instagram to see what recipes I made while I was a recipe tester. Check out #veganbowlattack to see what some of us made. Some of my favorites were: Kabocha Squash Pozole which also uses an excellent recipe for fresh salsa. Wow. The soup is packed with flavor and the salsa is my go-to recipe. Kimchi Bowl with Curry Almond Sauce was great with my homemade kimchi, but I'm sure you'll like it with whatever you use. There's just something so satisfying about a bowl dinner. Snack Shack Chili Billy Bowl is a Chili on corn chips with a cheese sauce and a recipe for sour cream. The dinner was delicious, but another day I used the leftover cheese sauce as a sauce for a pizza. (I based it on a vegan pizza from Dove Vivi in Portland.) I definitely need to make that again since we live too far from Portland. The Orange Cauliflower Soba Chow Mein bowl was also a big hit at our house. I liked Sesame Apricot Granola on top of my breakfast yogurt. This is a no-oil granola and it wasn't overly sweet either. Fruit stuffed sweet potatoes would be excellent for a holiday dinner. I would like to make them again for Thanksgiving. The day I made them I served them with some Gardein turkey cutlets. As far as the recipes go, I found the directions to be easy to follow, and they use ingredients that I could find in Indiana. I'm looking forward to trying more of the tester's favorites like Spicy Sushi Bowl, Seitan Satay Bowl, and Crispy Portobello Strips. Definitely add this book to your collection. You'll get a lot of use from it, and maybe it will inspire you to think of some new bowl meals of your own.
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First of all, I cannot emphasize enough that this is one of my favorite cookbooks ever. Many people ask me what cookbooks I recommend for them to learn more about cooking vegan food. This has leapt to the top of my list of recommendations for vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores alike. I have had the opportunity to test recipes for many cookbook authors, and the recipes in this book are clear, concise, well-thoughtout, and accessible... and, more importantly, they are delicious and easy to make. After making several of the recipes like the Kimchi Bowl with Red Curry Almond Sauce, the Chai Waffle Stick Dippers, Tempeh Bacon Hollandaise Bowl, and the Biscuit Nacho Bowl (just to name a few), I came up with a word to describe Jackie's recipes... "Feasy." They taste and look so Fancy, but they're really Easy to make.

Jackie does a great job of layering flavors, textures, and colors to provide all cooks with recipes for elegant meals that will keep you and your tummy happy. This book also helps you get in the habit of creating batches of multi-use sauces that can be integrated into different meals throughout the week. In fact, if you get into the habit, then it makes the creation of many of these recipes so fast that most cooks would have no excuse for going out even after a long day. Pictures are stunning and really show off the dishes... and the food styling is achievable! My bowls actually looked pretty much the same as the photos.

This is the first and only cookbook I've tested where each dish was universally loved by my family. Jackie has a hit, and I think everyone... whether vegan, veg-curious, omnivore, beginning cook, more advanced cook, or anything in between any of those parameters... will love this book, its recipes, and the bowls you own.
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