1,000 Vegan Recipes

1,000 Vegan Recipes

Whether you're a new to vegan cooking, a long-time vegan, or someone who is just trying to eat meatless meals a few times a week, this is the book for you. You will have a lifetime of recipes and inspiration. These delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between, are cholesterol-free, low in saturated fat, and high in fiber and complex carbohydrat Whether you're a new to vegan cooking, a long-time vegan, or someone who is just trying to eat meatless meals a few ti...

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Title:1,000 Vegan Recipes
Author:Robin G. Robertson
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Genres:Food and Drink
ISBN:1,000 Vegan Recipes
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:612 pages pages

1,000 Vegan Recipes Reviews

  • Katey
    Jan 26, 2013

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

  • Lisa Vegan
    Oct 23, 2009

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

  • Julie Christine
    May 15, 2010

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

  • Kim
    Dec 15, 2012

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

  • Nicole
    May 09, 2014

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

  • Juliacatherine
    Apr 26, 2010

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

  • Nettie
    May 07, 2013

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

  • Rebecca
    Jan 22, 2015

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

  • Catherine
    Feb 10, 2010

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

  • Kathy
    Feb 27, 2012

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

  • UrbanWildflower
    Feb 24, 2013

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

  • Jacqueline
    Jan 04, 2013

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

  • Jessica Peschman
    Nov 05, 2011

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

  • Primrosebarks
    Nov 06, 2013

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

  • Jenna
    Dec 14, 2012

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

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  • Amanda
    Jan 29, 2012

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

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  • Ciara
    Feb 07, 2015

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

  • Roberto
    Feb 23, 2012

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

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    ...

  • Alyson
    Dec 18, 2013

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

  • Laura Escandell
    Dec 01, 2012

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

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  • Reina
    Nov 14, 2012

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

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  • Íris
    Dec 04, 2014

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

  • Ann Marshall
    Dec 07, 2012

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

  • Rebekah Nichols
    Jul 03, 2013

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

  • Lily
    Jan 08, 2018

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

  • Betty Hammonds
    Jan 27, 2015

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

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  • Mikela Harris
    Jun 28, 2016

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

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  • Carrie Manns
    Oct 26, 2015

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

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  • Bridget Johannes
    Jan 17, 2017

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

  • Youren
    Dec 02, 2017

    I usually read my cookbooks cover to cover but this one is a 612 page book and I read through just enough of it to evaluate the recipes and see how they were laid out. I am very fond of this cookbook author?s recipes (this is Robin G. Robertson) and the large number included in th...

    When it comes to vegan recipes, this is definitely the best cookbook I have ever come across. The range of recipes is wonderful, covering foods for every meal, (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snack), and every occasion, (simple comfort foods, up to elaborate holiday meals). I r...

    This is my go-to recipe book, with hundreds of varied recipes that are unique, healthful, and delicious. It makes me look great as a cook! So far, after 8 months of cooking with this book, I've only found one erratum: rosemary scones as it is written is a disastrous combination of s...

    Read through this book cover to cover (minus recipe ingredients/instructions) and saw so many recipes I want to make. Plus informative tips & suggestions & further reading make it not only a cookbook but a reference book as well. ...

    Solid. The handful of recipes that caught my attention were good. ...

    I bought this book shortly after becoming vegetarian. I've never been much of a cook. In fact, I learned to cook when I was 18 and was obliged to know the affairs of pans and pots because I started living on my own. As someone who grew up and was raised in a place that was almost Medi...

    An amazing collection of wonderful looking dishes with readily available ingredients! I am returning this book to the library and ordering one for myself today. I hope I won't need to give it a lower rating after I try some of the dishes. I've had success with Robertson's recipes in th...

    I'm not vegan, not even vegetarian. Perhaps I'm an "accidental vegetarian" since I don't find meat all that interesting to prepare or eat, not compared to the wonderful world of grains, legumes, veggies and fruits that beckon. But I'm a sucker for a cookbook on sale. This doorstop w...

    During grocery list making, more often than not I draw a complete blank on what to prepare in the upcoming week. This book makes it super easy for my brain. Almost literally, you can open up to a page and there's dinner for Tuesday (or any other night of the week). Some recipes may be ...

    I got this book from the library on the recommendation of a vegan friend. I tried a bunch of recipes from this book but am not enamored with it. The ones I chose seemed bland, and had a similar cooking style -- throw the list of veggies in a pot and cook -- that didn't take into acco...

    This is our go-to cookbook. All of the recipes are fantastic! In fact, we had scones from a recipe in this book for breakfast today. Although it's vegan, Robertson does not shy away from using "substitute" foods like vegan margarine, so even omnivores would find the food tasty. ...

    I love this book! I am blogging about it now! I am going to make all of the recipes and write about them!! Follow along! We can do it together. The few recipes that I have made from it, have been wonderful! ...

    If I could only choose one cookbook, this would be it. Hundreds of delicious, varied recipes with accessible ingredients and helpful information regarding various foods central to vegan eating (e.g., tempeh). Introduced me to so many new items in a v usable format. ...

    It is nice to just open the book to find vegan friendly recipes Instead of having to search. I was amazed at how good the banana walnut muffins turned out, just like traditional banana bread. ...

    I use this cookbook ALL the time. It is easy and always delicious. ...

    I need to recheck this from the library- she has lots of good ideas. ...

    A lot of good recipes, some I hadn't even thought of before. ...

    Endless supply of recipes my personal favorites: tempeh pimento cheeze ball, chocolate and walnut farfalle, macadamia cashew patties, and rotini remoulade ...

    What a great cookbook! I borrowed from the library and it was time to return it. Think I'll be buying a copy to own. ...

    This is my absolute favorite vegan cookbook. This book is loaded with so many great recipes. If you only have one vegan cookbook on your shelf, make it this one. Love this book! ...

    So far this the third cookbook I have read by Robertson. The recipes are superb.I haven't found a dud in the bunch yet. ...

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