"Let Them Eat Vegan" cookbook review/giveaway

“Let Them Eat Vegan” cookbook review/giveaway

Over the past year I’ve been reviewing some vegan cookbooks and each one seems to surprise me with more and more delicious and unique recipes. Who would of thought vegan food could be so creative and tasty.

Tomato Artichoke Pasta 1- let them eat vegan cookbook

Tomato Artichoke Pasta

Let them eat vegan cookbook offers a wide range of great dishes. As Dreena Burton author of the let them eat vegan cookbook says, “veganism has come a long way and no longer a dirty word.” There are some substitutes for eggs and dairy foods that allow you to indulge in ice cream and home baked goodies.

Each recipe that I’ve tried so far from “the let them eat vegan” cookbook has been tasty and delicious. I love to cook and I’m sick of making the same things, with this cook book it’s like learning to cook all over again.

The cook book offers a whole range of recipes from pancakes to burgers although you will only find vegan burgers in this cookbook. Did you know that vegan burgers don’t fall apart when cooking, or flax seeds can substitute eggs for baking…

Lentil and Walnut Burger

Lentil Walnut Burgers

Over and over I keep hearing it costs more money to eat healthy, well if you think this way you should think again and do your research. Last time I checked whole-foods like beans, oats, greens were cheaper than a frozen packaged pizza.

let them eat vegan cookbook reviewIf you are looking for a vegan cookbook consider “let them eat vegan cookbook.” It has over 200 tasty recipes to try. The only downfall to the books is the lack of photos to show these delicious dishes. On the bright side if you mess up you will not know because you have nothing to compare it too!

Now the giveaway, one lucky winner will have the chance to win a copy of the “Let the eat vegan” Cookbook.” One winner will be randomly selected July 17, 2012.
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Lina Zussino

Lina Zussino, is a co-founder of Grocery Alerts Canada. GroceryAlerts.ca encourages real whole foods cooking while helping Canadians save money with grocery deals and coupons.