Even in the time of Pinterest and multiple cooking blogs, I still love looking at cookbooks to get inspired. And even then, it is sometimes hard to move through the sheer amount of them available to find those who are actually worth getting and most importantly keeping. I have compiled a list of 5 cookbooks I truly enjoy and hope you will find useful too: Super Easy Vegan Slowcooker
Book Details: Title: Good And Cheap: Eat Well On $4/Day Author: Leanne Brown Publisher: Workman Publishing Company Publication Date: July 14th, 2015 Genre: Cookbook, Budget My thoughts: I am not usually a fan of budget cookbooks. These tend to be hastily written, or need ingredients that are really not for someone who is truly on a budget. It is similar to telling someone who has no money
Thanksgiving might still be a couple of months away, but planning one of the biggest family gatherings of the year, takes time and preparation – and in some cases practice. Who would want to try a new recipe out on some of the more pickier family members, and face a potential holiday meltdown? I don’t know about you, but I usually try out new culinary delights way ahead of time,
I received Vegan: 1o1 Delicious Chocolate Vegan Diet Recipes for free in return for an honest review I love chocolate, and so does my vegan daughter, but finding recipes we both will find satisfying, while not feeling that we are depriving ourselves, are not always the easiest thing to do, especially without having to resort to some crazy ingredients that are hard to find. Thankfully this book covers our chocolate cravings
As a parent of one vegan daughter, a vegetarian son, a husband who loves to eat meat, and me trying to just eat clean and healthy, it is difficult to find a constant supply of recipes and cookbooks that will make everyone in my family happy. On top of that, some cookbooks either need crazy ingredients, or outlandish tools, that are expensive and take away space, I frankly don’t have.
While I do not follow the raw food lifestyle, nor am I a vegan (my daughter is vegan, my son is a vegetarian), I try to incorporate raw meals into my weekly menu, as I believe in the health benefits of adding raw meals into a clean, healthy lifestyle. Finding great raw meals, however, is not always that easy, and especially not if you are looking for something else than
It is Hot Tea Month! Perfect for this cold weather we are having here, so today, I wanted to share with you fitting of this months theme: If you like hot tea (or any type of tea, actually), then I highly recommend this delightful tea book called Tea: A Recipe And Guidebook by Jenna Mars. While it is a short read, I truly enjoyed the details and heart that was