Expand your culinary repertoire with some great plant-based cookbooks
20 May 2018
Vegan cookbooks can be a fantastic resource when you need some inspiration for the kitchen. Whether you’re committed to a vegan lifestyle or you’re just exploring plant-based recipes to expand your culinary repertoire, vegan cookbooks are a great investment. It’s easy to find thousands of recipes online, but hard to know whether they’ve been well-tested. On the other hand, recipes from a cookbook by a reputable author and publisher are much more likely to be fool-proof.
Here are some favourites:
BOSH! Simple Recipes by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby
The hugely successful video-recipe duo now have two great cookbooks out, featuring simple, delicious, and very accessible vegan recipes.
The Joy of Vegan Baking by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau
A really good option for baking, with a wide variety of recipes, this is a firm favourite with many vegans.
Veganomicon by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Romero
A great reference cookbook– the 10th-anniversary edition is now available.
Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen by Richa Hingle
The first cookbook from popular recipe blogger Richa Hingle, featuring her best Indian and Indian-inspired meals.
The Oh She Glows Cookbook by Angela Liddon
Beautiful and easy recipes from the recipe blog by the same name – the veggie burgers are a real crowd-pleaser.
The Homemade Vegan Pantry by Miyoko Schinner
If you’re itching to try making your own soya milk, vegan butter, nut cheese, tempeh, vegan sausages, and other plant-based pantry staples, this book is a gem.
Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking by Dana Shultz
The first cookbook from the popular recipe blog is a great resource for people who are looking for easy and trusted recipes with just a handful of ingredients.
Isa Does It by Isa Chandra Moskowitz
A great book with loads of accessible and mouthwatering vegan dishes from the seasoned cookbook author and restaurant owner.
As plant-based living becomes increasingly popular, there are more and more vegan cookbooks coming out each year. Why not grab a cookbook and embark on some plant-based kitchen adventures?