With so many vegan cookbooks coming out all the time, there are so many to choose from. Here are our REAL Favorite Cookbooks of 2012.
1. Ramses Bravo, BRAVO! Health-Promoting Meals From The TrueNorth Kitchen
This is my personal favorite because Ramses Bravo has created recipes that are not only delicious but so good for you; sugar, oil and salt free (SOS-Free). While I do eat salt, sugar and salt on occasion, I believe SOS-free food is the healthiest way to go. This cookbook shows us how, deliciously.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with Alan Goldhamer, TrueNorth Health Center founder
2. Nava Atlas, Wild About Greens
I am always talking about the power of healthy, dark green vegetables. I know they helped save my life. Thanks to Nava Atlas, we finally have a cookbook devoted to them. We all need to eat more greens.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with Nava Atlas.
3. Miyoko Schinner, Artisan Vegan Cheese
This book is a game changer for people who say they can’t go vegan because they love cheese. Now you can make cheese at home from plant based foods, nuts, seeds and soy. I am sure we will be seeing cheeses like the ones in this book available soon in supermarkets which will only help improve our health, heal the environment and reduce exploitation of animals.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with Miyoko Schinner.
4. Roberto Martin, Vegan Cooking For Carnivores
The title says it all. This book lets the light in for those who don’t think vegan cuisine can be tasty or satisfying. All the comfort foods are in this book, including Southern Fried Chick’n.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with Roberto Martin.
Get our REAL Crispy Southern Fried Tempeh recipe inspired by Roberto Martin’s Southern Fried Chick’n.
5. Terry Hope Romero, Vegan Eats World
Vegetarians have relied on some international foods for a long time. Many ethnic foods are plant-based and delicious. Here there are over 300 creative recipes, mixing it all up, with very yummy results.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with Terry Hope Romero.
6. Chad Sarno, Crazy Sexy Kitchen
Kris Carr’s Crazy Sexy brand has helped improve the vegan images. With recipes by Chef Chad Sarno and other guests chefs, you will never be bored with vegan cuisine. Bursting with flavors and colors, these recipes are as beautiful to look at as they are good for you.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with Chad Sarno.
7. Doron Petersan, Sticky Fingers
You heard me say it many times, desserts are treats, and treats are treats because we don’t have them all the time. But when we do, they should be spectacular. This cookbook gives you 100 wonderful dessert recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with Doron Petersan.
8. Mark Reinfeld, Taste of Europe
Europe is renowned for creative cuisine and this cookbook brings us some of the best European classic recipes, made vegan.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with Mark Reinfeld.
9. John Schlimm, Grilling Vegan Style,
Some vegetarians may be apprehensive about backyard barbeque parties. Fear no more. This cookbook has 125 recipes for grilling up vegetables and fruits along with other great picnic foods.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with John Schlimm.
10. Del Sroufe, Forks Over Knives,
Del Sroufe has his own personal story of weight loss and shares his recipes to help you lose weight, feel good and enjoy your food.
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW with Del Sroufe.
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