Straight up, going vegan or eating more plant based might be a bit scary or daunting at first. But a great way to get going is by finding some good cookbooks to help guide you through it in the kitchen. Cooking amazing meals for you and your family is not only tasty with the good recipes but down right rewarding when you get it right. “So what cookbooks do you recommend?” We’re so happy you asked. Here are a few of our favorites to get (or keep) your vegan journey on track this Veganuary.
Power Plates and The Food52 Vegan Cookbook by Gena Hamshaw of The Full Helping
If there is one person who’s recipes feed us the most it’s Gena. Straightforward, real ingredients and always great flavor. We make her White Bean Ribollita and Spicy Cabbage Soup monthly.
The Korean Vegan Cookbook by Joanne Lee Molinaro
An instant NYT best-seller that just came out this fall. Joanne has a compelling story and is a must follow on the gram - @thekoreanvegan. We are so excited to dive into this one.
The Oh She Glows Cookbook by Angela Liddon
A classic filled with so many great options. Tex-Mex Casserole and Balsamic Tempeh are two of our go-to recipes.
The First Mess Cookbook by Laura Wright
This one is new to us but so far so good. The photography is beautiful and the pancakes are off the hook!
How to Cook Everything Vegetarian by Mark Bittman
An encyclopedia of plant foods. Don’t let the vegetarian word steer you away. This book abounds with vegan options. It’s all about simple foods prepared well. Which is at our core. A vegan could live on this book alone.
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