THE BOOK OF VEGANISH: THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO EASING INTO A PLANT-BASED, CRUELTY-FREE, AWESOMELY DELICIOUS WAY TO EAT, WITH 70 EASY RECIPES ANYONE CAN MAKE
The Book of Veganish by Kathy Freston with Rachel Cohn (2016, Pam Krauss/Avery; 288 pages)
This is a great resource for those curious about what is veganish and why go veganish. The first two chapters are dedicated to answering those questions. The book format is very attractive, with colorful pictures, fonts and text. Once the reader has the answer to the important questions that could basically change her or his diet, the authors develop six more chapters filled with very interesting information about how not to starve when eating out, how to deal with the non-vegs in your life, and more. The book includes a fabulous chapter with really good recipes, a great glossary and a very helpful shopping list and resources.
Some of the recipes included in the book are very fun and easy to put together. I tried and love the marinated bean salad to go, the better bean burgers, the banh mi salad bowls, the curried couscous pilaf and the chocolate mug cake that, according to the authors, is the answer to those late-night chocolate cravings … cravings that you can have even when you are not a teenager any more.
I would recommend this book to teens and also to adults curious about the wonderful world of veganish, which ultimately is a matter of justice.
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Recommended by: Maite