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Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Vegan By Richard Makin

Publisher: NewSeed Press



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Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Vegan
Available from GoodReads.com
ISBN : 9798886740592

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Everything can be vegan! Popular food blogger Richard Makin accepts the challenge to make any dish vegan in this deliciously fun cookbook. From Mac Ďní Cheese to Lobster Rolls, favorite foods can be easily made and enjoyed by everyone.

This vibrant and refreshingly witty cookbook demonstrates how to make simple yet undeniably delicious vegan meals. Whip up a variety of comfort-food classics from fluffy pancakes to cheesy chicken parmesan using all plant-based ingredients.

You wonít believe your taste buds while you enjoy recipes such as Blueberry and Cornflake Muffins, Tempeh Nuggets, and Burrito Bowls with Sofritas. Explore more than 100 recipes, tips on stocking a plant-powered pantry, and a recipe-finder quiz that will help you figure out what to make for dinner, a party, or yourself.

Enjoy the many flavorful options in a vegan diet with Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Vegan

100+ RECIPES: Expert author Richard Makin's light-hearted approach and detailed recipes ensure youíll never get bored and will have a meal ready for any occasion

RECREATE COMFORT FOODS: From fried eggs to tres leches cake -- learn to make the foods you thought you could never have in a plant-based diet

GREAT FOR EVERY SKILL LEVEL: Helpful labels define the difficulty of each recipe and a thorough Plant-Powered Pantry list will set you up for success

INSPIRING IMAGES: Full-color photography of finished recipes will help ensure success

About the Author

Richard Makin is a writer, poet and artist currently living on the south coast of England. Richard has been exploring the world of plant-based cuisine since November 2017 when he switched from life-long vegetarian to full-time vegan! Back then he worked in street food, running Londonís first artisan ice cream sandwich van, so his weekends were usually way too busy for cooking. This meant that all his school nights became vegan nights!


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