World Vegan Day is an annual event celebrated by vegans around the world every 1 November. World Vegan Day celebrates the benefits that veganism has for humans, animals and the environment alike! Whether you’re a full-time vegan, vegetarian, meat-free Monday participant or simply looking to eat less meat, here are a selection of books that feature tasty vegan recipes!
In Eat More Vegan, Luke shares 100 plant-based recipes that are packed with flavour, full of vibrant colour and bursting with nutrition.
Try his zingy breakfasts, such as sweet potato rostis with Indian avo smash, cauliflower and ‘chorizo’ scramble with spicy green sauce, or peanut butter and pumpkin spice pancakes. Salads, soups and sautés for any time of the day including an amazing avocado salad with macadamia pesto, charred broccolini with chilli and lemon, and spicy peanut stew. There are more substantial roasts, bakes and barbecued dishes, such as Hasselback sweet potatoes, sensational jackfruit souvlaki, tempura tacos, and hemp and beetroot burgers.
Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or an omnivore simply looking to eat more plants, get ready to tuck into the crispiest, crunchiest and freshest vegan food you’ll find.
From the author of the bestselling Elsa’s Wholesome Life, Ellie Bullen returns with Global Vegan, a collection of simple and delicious recipes inspired by her travels around the world to places such as Indonesia, India, Korea and Japan. Ellie’s plant-based dishes are infused with her trademark flavour, colour and texture and will have you eating well throughout the day.
There are vibrant smoothie bowls or vegan fried eggs for easing into the morning; Salt and Pepper ‘Calamari’, Tom Kha Gai Soup or Aloo Jeera when you need something more substantial; and chai-spiced cookies or Portuguese custard tarts to have with an afternoon cuppa. There are also healthy, plant-based versions of well-known favourites, such as Pad Thai, Fish and Chips and Spicy Ramen Soup.
This is a book of delicious recipes, starring vegetables, with more of everything: more flavour, more texture, more colour.
Maybe you want to eat more vegetables, or less meat, or try cooking some tasty vegan meals to broaden your repertoire and still put a broad smile on the faces of those you are feeding?
Maybe you want to save money or the environment by eating more plant-based meals, or maybe you just want to keep the vegan or vego in the family happy at dinnertime without having to cook two meals?
Here are over 100 recipes full of vibrant colours and flavours that celebrate the pure, unadulterated pleasure that food can give you. All the recipes are vegetarian or vegan – but if you decide you’d like to add a little bacon or a slab of fish, we’re not going to wag a finger.
Community moves salads firmly to the centre of the plate, injecting colour, life and flair into everyday vegetables, and showing you how to achieve exciting flavours and hearty main meals with simple, nourishing ingredients. These are the kind of recipes you will want to share with your family, friends and neighbours, time and time again.
Originally released in 2014, Community became an instant classic and favourite in kitchens all over Australia and around the world, creating a community of salad-lovers who are passionate about cooking and sharing vegetables. In this revised edition, Hetty shares 20 new recipes and some of those readers’ stories – with accompanying interviews and beautiful imagery – to give the book back to the fans who made it such a phenomenon.
New recipes include: Roasted sweet potato with lime cashew cream and roasted curry cashews; Butternut pumpkin with lemon tahini and miso granola; Whole roasted cauliflower with toasted farro and romesco sauce; Roasted cabbage with lentils and pumpkin seed brown butter; Pasta alla norma salad; Charred cos lettuce with lemony mushrooms, chickpeas and marinated feta.
Vegan(ish) by Jack Monroe | OUT Dec 31
One hundred creative, delicious vegan recipes from award-winning campaigner and bestselling writer and anti-poverty campaigner Jack Monroe.
This collection of simple, affordable recipes will encourage everyone to give vegan cookery a try. Packed with inventive, easy and 100% vegan dishes, this book suits almost everyone: whether you are looking to take the leap, want to be a little kinder to the planet, need ideas to cook for a vegan friend, or simply want to put some more plant power in your everyday cooking.
From Breakfast Muckmuffins to Beet Wellington, Kinda-Carbonara to Bakewell Tart (and an infamously secret-until-now ‘Pork Belly’), Jack’s easy, vibrant home cooking is tasty, tempting, and surprisingly uncomplicated and appeals whether you are a full-time vegan or would like new and exciting ways to eat more greens.