Caribbean Vegan: Meat-Free, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free Authentic Island Cuisine for Every Occasion

Caribbean Vegan: Meat-Free, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free Authentic Island Cuisine for Every Occasion

Here is your passport to a world of distinctive, unforgettable food?125 delicious, authentic vegan recipes that showcase flavors and ingredients from across the Caribbean islands If ?Caribbean cuisine? makes you think of pineapples and coconuts, you?re missing out. The Caribbean islands are home to a rich cooking tradition that combines African, French, Spanish, British, As Here is your passport to a world of distinctive, unforgettable food?125 delicious, authentic vegan recipes ...

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Title:Caribbean Vegan: Meat-Free, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free Authentic Island Cuisine for Every Occasion
Author:Taymer Mason
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Genres:Food and Drink
ISBN:1615190252
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:272 pages pages

Caribbean Vegan: Meat-Free, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free Authentic Island Cuisine for Every Occasion Reviews

  • AJ
    Jan 02, 2011

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

  • Lisa Vegan
    Jan 28, 2011

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

  • Jessica
    Nov 13, 2010

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

  • Kate
    Nov 07, 2017

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

  • Shandra
    Jun 13, 2011

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

  • Aarij
    Oct 03, 2014

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Yodamom
    Oct 21, 2016

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

  • Becky
    Jun 28, 2011

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Claire
    Feb 15, 2017

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

  • Sheniqua Jackson
    Jan 06, 2012

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Nancy
    Nov 03, 2017

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Love
    May 23, 2014

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Kate
    May 01, 2017

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Jamie Mauldin
    Nov 04, 2016

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

  • Nicole
    Oct 02, 2016

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

  • Samantha Arias
    Aug 27, 2013

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

  • Susan
    Sep 25, 2015

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

  • Donna
    Jun 14, 2018

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

  • Shauna Bostian
    Jan 12, 2018

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Patricia Romero
    Sep 01, 2016

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

  • Hannah
    Nov 08, 2016

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

  • ❇Critterbee
    Jul 26, 2016

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

  • Eileen Hall
    Nov 03, 2016

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

  • Dalianis Puentes
    May 11, 2016

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Jacinta Grant
    Aug 30, 2016

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Turkishblends
    Jan 28, 2017

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Olivia kramer
    Feb 22, 2017

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Robin
    Feb 23, 2017

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Grace Santos
    May 17, 2017

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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  • Jennifer Bliss
    Dec 06, 2017

    I learned a lot from this book. Spices, herbs, vegetables, flours, so many ingredients. I can't wait to put this new knowledge to work with the many recipes in this book. Moringa, a plant I've seen sold at a local farm but had no idea what to do with is now growing in my garden. The s...

    I?d started this but then put it down because I?ve also been waiting for another book, A Vegan Taste of the Caribbean, so that I could ideally read both books together, but that book is still in transit and this book is due back at the library very soon, so I went ahead and read th...

    I am not quite sure how to review a cookbook, having never done that before. But I really like cooking and I really like trying new recipes, so I requested way too many things on NetGalley - as you do. This book was fine - but sadly not great. I liked every recipe I tried (my partn...

    Review: Caribbean Vegan by Taymer Mason Published by: The Experiment (13 January 2017)   ISBN: 978-1615193608   Source: NetGalley   Rating: 4*   Description: There's so much more to Caribbean cuisine than pineapples and coconuts. The real secret is in the herbs and spic...

    I've been to the Caribbean several times, twice as a vegan, and nothing sucks more than not being able to eat local food. (Except for the rare exception like an amazing vegan cafeteria in Barbados.) I can't wait to try out a lot of the recipes in this book, but I think I'll wait until ...

    Not enough photos, but some great sounding recipes. ...

    Cookbooks are hard to review as it then becomes more of what you like. I?ve always been drawn to the flavors of the Caribbean and eating a more planet based diet this book gives me a whole new arsenal of food and spices. ...

    I read the second revised edition. Long lists of ingredients. Lovely recipes for sauces and spice mixes which just add that extra flavour and authentic zing to dishes. Highly recommended. ...

    Colorful, bright, full of traditional Caribbean flavor and flair. This book is a visual feast! Everything from the gorgeous photographs to the great use of color throughout the book, even the font used, is pleasing to the eye and transforms the book from a mere collection of delicio...

    This one is between three and four stars. I think it would be four if I lived in a city with more diversity, and so more ability to buy the Caribbean ingredients. However, it is not really fair to blame Mason because the people where I live fail to have adventurous enough tastes to sup...

    Lentil patties: I was more than a little intimidated by Taymer Mason's instructions on getting the perfect short crust pastry crust for these, and I admit to being a bit frantic when folding up the lentil patties, but the end result was worth it! I'm hoping to perfect my ability to pre...

    As someone from the Caribbean I was expecting to see a few more familiar foods from my country (The Bahamas) tweaked for a vegan diet, but there are many islands in the Caribbean and probably too much culinary diversity for me to have realistically expected that. Still, there seem to b...

    As a Vegan I am always looking for new recipes and cookbooks. For the most part I am usually disappointed with the same recipes over and over. When I saw the cover of the book I just knew this one was going to be special. Everything from the cover to the layout was perfect. The reci...

    I've been vegan for 4 years, but not once have I ever thought of eating caribbean food.. This book has me convinced though! There are so many great recipes in here, I can't wait to try a few. This book is easy to read and has a lot of great pictures and guides to spices and ingredients...

    I really really liked this cookbook. I've been trying to add a bit of tropical and spices into my vegan cooking. This book has a bunch of delicious authentic as possible recipes. I may have botched the mashed plantains but I swear I'll get em right next time LoL! If you love Caribbean ...

    A colourful tasty alternative to "normal" eating. The photographs are mouthwatering and the recipes are easy to complete, using exciting ingredients. Give it a try, I know I shall. Great read and highly recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher The Exper...

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