Recently, one of our Peas and Carrots Members, Michelle Wilkinson, asked, “If you could only recommend one vegan cookbook for families that want easy fast recipes, what would you choose?” Meal planning can be challenging in general but learning to cook healthy vegan meals for you and your family can take time and money. Because we all can deal with this issue at times, our Peas and Carrots members came to the rescue with 5 vegan cookbooks to help you and your family with tried and true meal planning ideas!
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- Old San Antonio Trading Post on Mercari
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Full list of Vegan Cookbooks Recommended by Our Peas and Carrots Society:
- Thug Kitchen
- The First Mess
- Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen
- River Cottage Vegetarian
- Engine 2
- Happy Herbivore Cookbook
- How Not to Die Cookbook
- Plant-Powered Families
- The Raw Deal Cookbook
- The Vegan Stoner Cookbook
- Healthiest Diet on the Planet
- Moosehead Cookbooks
- 15 Minute Vegan
- The Homemade Vegan Pantry
- Isa Does It!
- Appetite for Reduction
- The Ashram: The Way We Eat
- Vegetarian Flavor Bible
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Peace, love, and veggies,
Vickie and Larissa