I have a nice collection of cookbooks — all of which I don’t use nearly enough. But it’s a collection that I’ve curated over the years; I have tested the recipes offered by these books time and again, and I’m never disappointed. Let’s have a look at what’s inside:
Kansha | I can’t remember if this was lent to me or given to me! Whoops!
The Big Book of Vegan Recipes | I’ve had a lot of success preparing recipes from this book for parties and picnics — the macaroni salad is perfect!
The Joy of Vegan Baking | The chocolate chip cookie recipe is amazing
Color Me Vegan | My FAVORITE cook book!
But I Could Never Be Vegan | New to my library, I don’t know if I’ve made anything from this yet, but I LOVE the name!
The 30-Day Vegan Challenge | My mom and I followed this book a few years ago — I was so increadibly proud of her!
The Daily Vegan | Not a cookbook; rather, a guided journal
Vegan Pie in the Sky | I’ve never made anything from this cookbook because I’m intimidated, but Isa Chandra Moskowitz…
This Can’t Be Tofu | A whole cookbook for tofu!?
The CVG Recipe Binder | For all that stuff grandma and grandpa shared with me, and my 1,369 mashed potato recipes because I can’t never make them perfectly…
VegNews Magazines with Recipes
And there you have it! All my recipes…well, all excluding the 8GB recipe folder I have saved on my computer!! But that’s for another day.
*Please note: I struggle greatly with these books — one of which was a gift, the other I later bought — because of their title and the selected language of the series. Ultimately, I am choosing to share Thug Kitchen as a resource for recipes, because the food is delicious. However, I absolutely do not condone the racism embedded in the language and theme of this cookbook.