But I Could Never Go Vegan!: 125 Recipes That Prove You Can Live Without Cheese, It's Not All Rabbit Food, and Your Friends Will Still Come Over for Dinner

But I Could Never Go Vegan!: 125 Recipes That Prove You Can Live Without Cheese, It's Not All Rabbit Food, and Your Friends Will Still Come Over for Dinner

?Get ready for your taste buds to explode.??Isa Chandra Moskowitz Can?t imagine living without cheese? Convinced that dairy-free baked goods just don?t cut it? Hate the taste of tofu and not a fan of boring salads? EXCUSES, BE GONE! Blogger-author extraordinaire Kristy Turner deliciously refutes every excuse you?ve ever heard with 125 bursting-with-flavor vegan recipes for ?Get ready for your taste buds to explode.??Isa Chandra Moskowitz Can?t imagine living wi...

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Title:But I Could Never Go Vegan!: 125 Recipes That Prove You Can Live Without Cheese, It's Not All Rabbit Food, and Your Friends Will Still Come Over for Dinner
Author:Kristy Turner
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ISBN:But I Could Never Go Vegan!: 125 Recipes That Prove You Can Live Without Cheese, It's Not All Rabbit Food, and Your Friends Will Still Come Over for Dinner
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Edition Language:English
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Number of Pages:320 pages pages

But I Could Never Go Vegan!: 125 Recipes That Prove You Can Live Without Cheese, It's Not All Rabbit Food, and Your Friends Will Still Come Over for Dinner Reviews

  • Cherie
    Oct 02, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

  • Lara
    Sep 24, 2016

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

  • Eric
    Nov 18, 2014

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

  • Jennifer
    Jan 25, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...

    Back in December I entered a book giveaway on a blog, and won. A few weeks later I got a copy of But I Could Never Go Vegan directly from the publishers. Before the book, I wasn?t really familiar with the blog Keepin It Kind. I might of stumbled on the page once or twice, but never r...

  • Tisha
    Mar 15, 2016

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

  • Chrissy
    Dec 28, 2014

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

  • Aleece
    Feb 05, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

  • Leah
    Feb 27, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

  • Don
    Jan 10, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

  • Janet
    Jun 24, 2018

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...

    Back in December I entered a book giveaway on a blog, and won. A few weeks later I got a copy of But I Could Never Go Vegan directly from the publishers. Before the book, I wasn?t really familiar with the blog Keepin It Kind. I might of stumbled on the page once or twice, but never r...

    just the actual organization of the book was frustrating enough for me to never use it. to be fair, I read this but didn't try any of the recipes. they seemed boring, especially for someone that is a vegetarian already or who has tried a few vegetarian/vegan recipes. I guess if yo...

    Great ideas for meatless meals I'm not quite looking to go vegan, but I was happy to find a decent collection of meatless options. There is a great introduction with useful tips prior to the recipes. ...

    Love the way this book is constructed and even just flipping through it makes you hungry. No more excuses, just good food! The only down side is that some of the ingredients are hard to come by in my country. ...

    Very good collection of tasty vegan recipes, including comfort foods, that help debunk the myths of "I could never go vegan..." Deliciously shows that most anything used as a food excuse for not going vegan can be served up as a vegan alternative. ...

    I love This book! Everything in it is well organized and simply tastes amazing! I would definitely recommend it to everyone I know! :) ...

    This is the best vegan cookbook I've come across - the layout, the photos, the recipes. Everything about this was stellar. Will be buying a copy to keep. ...

    Yeast flakes DO NOT TASTE LIKE CHEESE. ...

  • Sara
    Apr 17, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

  • Terri
    Nov 01, 2014

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

  • Ashley Chew
    Dec 13, 2014

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

  • April
    Oct 30, 2017

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...

    Back in December I entered a book giveaway on a blog, and won. A few weeks later I got a copy of But I Could Never Go Vegan directly from the publishers. Before the book, I wasn?t really familiar with the blog Keepin It Kind. I might of stumbled on the page once or twice, but never r...

    just the actual organization of the book was frustrating enough for me to never use it. to be fair, I read this but didn't try any of the recipes. they seemed boring, especially for someone that is a vegetarian already or who has tried a few vegetarian/vegan recipes. I guess if yo...

    Great ideas for meatless meals I'm not quite looking to go vegan, but I was happy to find a decent collection of meatless options. There is a great introduction with useful tips prior to the recipes. ...

    Love the way this book is constructed and even just flipping through it makes you hungry. No more excuses, just good food! The only down side is that some of the ingredients are hard to come by in my country. ...

    Very good collection of tasty vegan recipes, including comfort foods, that help debunk the myths of "I could never go vegan..." Deliciously shows that most anything used as a food excuse for not going vegan can be served up as a vegan alternative. ...

    I love This book! Everything in it is well organized and simply tastes amazing! I would definitely recommend it to everyone I know! :) ...

    This is the best vegan cookbook I've come across - the layout, the photos, the recipes. Everything about this was stellar. Will be buying a copy to keep. ...

  • Libraryassistant
    Dec 11, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

  • Rebekah
    Jul 15, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

  • Jennifer Arreola
    Nov 28, 2017

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...

    Back in December I entered a book giveaway on a blog, and won. A few weeks later I got a copy of But I Could Never Go Vegan directly from the publishers. Before the book, I wasn?t really familiar with the blog Keepin It Kind. I might of stumbled on the page once or twice, but never r...

    just the actual organization of the book was frustrating enough for me to never use it. to be fair, I read this but didn't try any of the recipes. they seemed boring, especially for someone that is a vegetarian already or who has tried a few vegetarian/vegan recipes. I guess if yo...

    Great ideas for meatless meals I'm not quite looking to go vegan, but I was happy to find a decent collection of meatless options. There is a great introduction with useful tips prior to the recipes. ...

    Love the way this book is constructed and even just flipping through it makes you hungry. No more excuses, just good food! The only down side is that some of the ingredients are hard to come by in my country. ...

    Very good collection of tasty vegan recipes, including comfort foods, that help debunk the myths of "I could never go vegan..." Deliciously shows that most anything used as a food excuse for not going vegan can be served up as a vegan alternative. ...

    I love This book! Everything in it is well organized and simply tastes amazing! I would definitely recommend it to everyone I know! :) ...

  • Lynne
    Jun 11, 2016

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

  • Amanda
    Dec 11, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

  • Darlene
    Jan 07, 2018

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...

    Back in December I entered a book giveaway on a blog, and won. A few weeks later I got a copy of But I Could Never Go Vegan directly from the publishers. Before the book, I wasn?t really familiar with the blog Keepin It Kind. I might of stumbled on the page once or twice, but never r...

    just the actual organization of the book was frustrating enough for me to never use it. to be fair, I read this but didn't try any of the recipes. they seemed boring, especially for someone that is a vegetarian already or who has tried a few vegetarian/vegan recipes. I guess if yo...

    Great ideas for meatless meals I'm not quite looking to go vegan, but I was happy to find a decent collection of meatless options. There is a great introduction with useful tips prior to the recipes. ...

  • Bernadette
    Jul 25, 2017

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...

    Back in December I entered a book giveaway on a blog, and won. A few weeks later I got a copy of But I Could Never Go Vegan directly from the publishers. Before the book, I wasn?t really familiar with the blog Keepin It Kind. I might of stumbled on the page once or twice, but never r...

    just the actual organization of the book was frustrating enough for me to never use it. to be fair, I read this but didn't try any of the recipes. they seemed boring, especially for someone that is a vegetarian already or who has tried a few vegetarian/vegan recipes. I guess if yo...

    Great ideas for meatless meals I'm not quite looking to go vegan, but I was happy to find a decent collection of meatless options. There is a great introduction with useful tips prior to the recipes. ...

    Love the way this book is constructed and even just flipping through it makes you hungry. No more excuses, just good food! The only down side is that some of the ingredients are hard to come by in my country. ...

    Very good collection of tasty vegan recipes, including comfort foods, that help debunk the myths of "I could never go vegan..." Deliciously shows that most anything used as a food excuse for not going vegan can be served up as a vegan alternative. ...

  • Emily
    Nov 17, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

  • Rebecca
    Dec 19, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

  • Sarah
    Nov 28, 2017

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...

    Back in December I entered a book giveaway on a blog, and won. A few weeks later I got a copy of But I Could Never Go Vegan directly from the publishers. Before the book, I wasn?t really familiar with the blog Keepin It Kind. I might of stumbled on the page once or twice, but never r...

    just the actual organization of the book was frustrating enough for me to never use it. to be fair, I read this but didn't try any of the recipes. they seemed boring, especially for someone that is a vegetarian already or who has tried a few vegetarian/vegan recipes. I guess if yo...

  • Lawrence Whitney
    Feb 14, 2018

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...

    Back in December I entered a book giveaway on a blog, and won. A few weeks later I got a copy of But I Could Never Go Vegan directly from the publishers. Before the book, I wasn?t really familiar with the blog Keepin It Kind. I might of stumbled on the page once or twice, but never r...

    just the actual organization of the book was frustrating enough for me to never use it. to be fair, I read this but didn't try any of the recipes. they seemed boring, especially for someone that is a vegetarian already or who has tried a few vegetarian/vegan recipes. I guess if yo...

    Great ideas for meatless meals I'm not quite looking to go vegan, but I was happy to find a decent collection of meatless options. There is a great introduction with useful tips prior to the recipes. ...

    Love the way this book is constructed and even just flipping through it makes you hungry. No more excuses, just good food! The only down side is that some of the ingredients are hard to come by in my country. ...

    Very good collection of tasty vegan recipes, including comfort foods, that help debunk the myths of "I could never go vegan..." Deliciously shows that most anything used as a food excuse for not going vegan can be served up as a vegan alternative. ...

    I love This book! Everything in it is well organized and simply tastes amazing! I would definitely recommend it to everyone I know! :) ...

    This is the best vegan cookbook I've come across - the layout, the photos, the recipes. Everything about this was stellar. Will be buying a copy to keep. ...

    Yeast flakes DO NOT TASTE LIKE CHEESE. ...

    Excellent Wonderful book food looks great can't wait to try all the meals will let you know how it all is ...

  • Pam G
    Dec 02, 2015

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

  • Quince Winstyn
    Aug 25, 2017

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

  • Yvonne Hop
    Dec 11, 2017

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...

    Back in December I entered a book giveaway on a blog, and won. A few weeks later I got a copy of But I Could Never Go Vegan directly from the publishers. Before the book, I wasn?t really familiar with the blog Keepin It Kind. I might of stumbled on the page once or twice, but never r...

    just the actual organization of the book was frustrating enough for me to never use it. to be fair, I read this but didn't try any of the recipes. they seemed boring, especially for someone that is a vegetarian already or who has tried a few vegetarian/vegan recipes. I guess if yo...

    Great ideas for meatless meals I'm not quite looking to go vegan, but I was happy to find a decent collection of meatless options. There is a great introduction with useful tips prior to the recipes. ...

    Love the way this book is constructed and even just flipping through it makes you hungry. No more excuses, just good food! The only down side is that some of the ingredients are hard to come by in my country. ...

  • Dena
    Mar 27, 2018

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

  • debra newman
    Jan 17, 2018

    1st let me say that I collect vegan cookbooks. I currently have 65 & that's only because I recently got rid of about 40. So I have a lot to compare cookbooks too!That being said this book is in my top 5! Everything in this book looks Amazing!! I thought this book, because it is g...

    If you?re a waffling vegan newbie, on-the-fence vegetarian, or veg-curious omnivore, this book will banish your doubts. But I Could Never Go Vegan! countered the many reasons people give for not going vegan. I picked it up because I'm always looking for 1) new veggie-focused mea...

    Great idea to organize the chapters by the most common excuses! Nice photos. I made several delicious things from this book: Tofu sour cream Chickpea "fries" Three pea and pistacio pesto orzo salad (I used something other than orzo, I think it was just brown rice) Lentil, chard, an...

    I have made quite a few of these recipes and I have not been disappointed! The only thing that didn't turn out wonderful was my lentil loaf and I believe it was because I did not cook my lentils long enough and did not have enough flour to my loaf but other than that, I'm very very hap...

    This book was on my radar, but not strongly so because it seemed like it was aimed to new vegans (I've been vegan cooking for over 20 years now..where does the time fly?) and junk/comfort food. When my friend, experienced cook and blogger Janet (saveur) at Taste Space, http://tastespac...

    This was a curiosity read. Vegans still fail. I believe that vegetables and fruits and such can be made tasty, but I am insulted by the unattainable - and extremely expensive - ingredients required to recreate something that's already majestic. Broccoli cheddar soup? Why make it withou...

    This one was getting hyped a lot awhile back, but when I looked at a few of the reviews it seemed like a lot of people were saying there's too much fake meat and cheese in it, and since I mostly tend to avoid those things (not having been big on meat even before I decided to quit eatin...

    Okay... I'm not vegan nor do I intend to be. I checked this out because I eat a vegan-like diet a good portion of the year for religious reasons. If I were considering being a vegan, this book would not sway me. When I look at vegan recipes, I always discard the ones with fake food...

    This cook book is absolutely wonderful! I have cooked several recipes from here already and they are a huge hit with me and my family . I am vegan and have to eat gluten free so it is a challenge. The author labels each recipe with tags like sugar free , gluten free, I still can make m...

    What a fantastic and informative read. First I must clarify: I love reading cookbooks...every...last...word. This book not only offers 125 vegan recipes but some useful information. I am in the process of becoming a vegan so I was appreciative of this information. And yes there ...

    I didn't love this vegan cookbook as much as Thug Kitchen - the recipes don't seem as accessible or sound as tasty. Plus, I feel like she's super-focused on convincing me to become vegan, whereas Thug Kitchen just glazes over the fact that it's a vegan cookbook (so I barely even notice...

    Good cookbook. Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo, sort of bland tasting. If you are trying to overcome a tofu aversion, this is not the way to go. ...

    I adore vegan cookbooks, and I can't deny that this particular cookbook has most of the amazing qualities that are typically present in my favorite selections. For one, this book is jam packed with amazingly gorgeous, colorful photographs of meals that look so *spectacular* that I f...

    This might be a great start to working towards becoming vegan or working vegan meals into your everyday meals. This is a great starting point for people that don't know where to start (like me). My weakness is cheese so having an entire section on cheese substitutes with many different...

    While some of the recipes are interesting, I didn?t like the approach of, ?You?ll be fine without mac & cheese, just have cashew cheese.? While not bad, I don?t think cashew cheese is a fab sub for regular cheese. This attitude annoyed me, and the organization was a wee b...

    Delicious! These recipes all sound delicious! I would recommend this to all my friends who like to cook. The cheese recipes are definitely worth getting the book. Also, the pizza recipes sound fabulous, I can't wait to try them. ...

    Seriously, everyone she read this just for the bbq roasted cauliflower recipe alone. Oh. My. Gosh. I've made it three times now and no longer need the recipe, so I guess I can return it to the library... ...

    This is a great cookbook and really helped me dabble in veganism. However some of the ingredients are tricky to find in NZ ...

    another great cookbook for vegans. lots of flavorful recipes that are easy to follow and enjoyed by my entire family. ...

    Fascinating ideas, but... ...

    Awesome Recipes! I am vegetarian with thoughts of becoming vegan but have not yet made the transition. I love animals very much. For this reason and my awareness of the horrible plight of animals for mass consumption I became vegetarian but found dairy products much more difficult t...