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Vegan Mofo: The Best Breakfast Cookbook

Day Twelve:  Tell us about your Favourite Cookbook It probably looks from my posts so far as if I only ever eat out at breakfast time.  Most of the time, of course, we have a normal, quiet breakfast at home, … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Vegan Secret Supper

For July I worked my way through Vegan Secret Supper, one of the fanciest cookbooks in my collection.  It was written by a woman who runs a supper club in New York, and as such the recipes are really designed … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: A Vegan Taste of France

In June I worked my way through A Vegan Taste of France by Linda Majzlik.  This book doesn’t look particularly appealing:  there are no pictures, no little introductory paragraphs telling you about the origins of the recipe, no index, no … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Isa Does It (Part Two)

Continuing with the cookbook of the month, here are some more of the recipes I’ve tried in March from Isa Does It. Creamy leek and potato soup is such a classic, it’s hard to go wrong.  The picture here is … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Isa Does It (Part One)

March’s cookbook of the month is the brilliant Isa Does It.  I’ve tried a number of recipes since I got it last year, particularly from the breakfast section, but I challenged myself to try new recipes this month.  It was … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Oh She Glows (Part Two)

I had not quite finished with Oh She Glows when I wrote about it two weeks ago:  I continued my cooking for the rest of February and although the month is over, let me share what I tried: Pictured up … Continue reading

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Cookbook of the Month: Oh She Glows

In a break from tradition, I’m going to tell you about my favourite cookbook rather than just a particular recipe.  I’ve been using one book substantially more than any other, and in fact I’d go so far as to say … Continue reading

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