Best Vegan and Vegetarian Cookbooks

If you feel that you are finally ready to bid adieu to meat and embrace a more environment-friendly diet but aren’t totally sure if you will be able to prepare delicious plant-based meals that are not boring, you need not worry.

Jhoana Carla de Toro

Jhoana Carla de Toro

Updated: 3 April 2019

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on linkedin
Share on email

There are plenty of cookbooks out there which can help get you started towards a more sustainable life. Cookbooks have always been our favorite hauls at book sales, and you can rest assured that there are plenty of vegan and vegetarian cookbooks which can help you prepare fiery and innovative meals which you, your family, and your friends will all like and crave for.

 

Whatever your reasons are for going vegan or vegetarian, there is a myriad of recipes waiting for you to whip up. Here are a few cookbooks which have stood out which are worth getting your hands on.

Click above for details, images and reviews.

This book is just jam-packed with recipes. Written by Robin Robertson, the book first appeared in 2003 and has revolutionized meat-free cooking and has played a pivotal role in the passage of veganism to mainstream culinary lifestyle. It boasts of an endless list of fantastically flavorful food which everyone will be asking for, be it vegans or non-vegans. After a decade and 100,000 copies sold. It is back in its revised edition.

Photo Credit: Amazon

Get the best travel tips and offers delivered to you!

Click above for details, images and reviews.

Written by Allison Day who is a nutritionist and the creator of Yummy Beet, the award-winning whole foods vegetarian recipe, Whole Bowls marries the concept of healthy eating with comfort food in a way that is tantalizing, people won’t even realize they don’t have meat on their bowls. All the dishes are fantastic and easy to prepare. It is an excellent book for people who would like to put delicious meals on their table on a regular basis without scouring markets for hard-to-find ingredients.

Photo Credit: Amazon

Click above for details, images and reviews.

Not recommended for first-timers in preparing vegan dishes but an excellent way for an existing vegan to step up her game, The Vegetarian Flavor Bible is written by Karen Page and Andrew Dornenberg. Less of a cookbook and more of an ultimate reference for vegetarian food, it is something which every vegan’s kitchen cannot be without. It has an emphasis on flavor pairings which is priceless for when you think about your recipes. It forces you to dissect flavor, and makes you really think about the food you are eating.

Photo Credit: Amazon
Search for restaurants, cafes and bars for your next travel destination on www.vegefied.com

Get the best travel tips and offers delivered to you!

 

Share this article!

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on google
Share on email

Read More

Comments

mood_bad
  • No comments yet.
  • chat
    Add a comment