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5 Vegan Cookbooks To Try This Year

Whether you’re vegan, flexitarian or merely interested in cutting down on your meat consumption, these are the recipe books to inspire your best meals and help you embrace a more plant-based lifestyle.

The Plant-Based Diet Revolution, by Dr Alan Desmond and Bob Andrew 

As rates of chronic disease continue to rise, ‘What should we eat?’ has become one of the most important questions of the 21st century. Dr Alan Desmond cuts through the diet confusion to explain how we can all unlock the power of a healthy gut and optimise our overall well-being by simply putting more plants on our plate. Alongside clear explanations of the science and 80 beautifully illustrated and completely plant-based recipes, you’ll find ‘the 28-day revolution’, the essential step-by-step guide to discovering the true power of a plant-based diet for yourself.

 

Great British Vegan, by Aimee Ryan 

If you’re craving your favourite British comfort foods, but also want to embrace a plant-based lifestyle, then Great British Vegan is the perfect book for you. Whether you’re a long-term vegan or just trying it out, there’s no reason you can’t still indulge in all your favourite British classics, using easy-to-find ingredients. The book includes over 80 reimagined British classics including the Full English, Shepherd’s Pie, Banger’s & Mash, Yorkshire Puddings, Beer Battered (To)Fish & Chips, Sausage Rolls, Welsh Rarebit, Scottish Shortbread, Eton Mess and Sticky Toffee Pudding.

 

Vegan Boards, by Kate Kasbee 

Serving artfully arranged foods on boards or platters is extremely popular, but until now, all the books on the subject have been full of meats, cheeses, and other animal products. Vegan Boards is the first book to make this trend accessible to people who follow an entirely plant-based diet. In these pages, Kate Kasbee, co-creator of the popular blog Well Vegan, shows you how to create 50 stunning plant-based boards – all of which are remarkably easy to prepare and most require no cooking at all.

 

How To Be Vegan in 28 Days, by Laila Madsö 

How to Be Vegan in 28 Days is a part-cookbook, part-veggie-guide-book that will help you achieve a vegan lifestyle, and get into the best shape of your life. It shows you how to eat and cook vegan in 28 days – not by making extensive changes, but by simply doing one thing slightly different every day. The 40 simple and practical recipes offer healthy, wholesome vegan food and uncover the vegan secret weapons – dressing, dips, purees and vinaigrettes – that lift every meal to another level.

 

Speedy BOSH!, by Henry Firth & Iain Theasby

BOSH! are back with over 100 plant-based dishes that you can serve in 30 minutes or less, including recipes for fragrant curries, hearty stews, indulgent desserts, and one-pan wonders. Requiring no fancy utensils or out-there ingredients, all dishes have been tried and tested and are bursting with flavour.

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