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  • Are the ‘Thug Kitchen’ Authors Racists?

    A good epithet can go a long f*cking way to make a damn important point. And there’s no argument that choosing to adopt a healthy, plant-based diet is an imperative discussion these days, worthy of harsh language, particularly as it’s intricately linked to the impending global warming issues, our myriad health crises and the evolution of our human ethics and values. Enter the new Thug Kitchen plant-based cookbook “Eat Like You Give A F*ck”,  garnering a lot of attention and controversy. More

  • ‘Comfortably Yum’: A Vegan Cookbook for the Comfort Food Lover

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    If you’ve been a vegan for any number of years, you may be doing quite a few head turns lately. All of a sudden, the vegan diet is popular with former presidents and vice presidents. With heavyweight champions and Olympic gold-medal winners. It’s the on-and-off again diet du jour for Beyoncé. We’ve certainly come a long way from the good ol’ days where we considered ourselves lucky if we could find tofu, let alone a vegan cookbook with recipes how to cook it. More

  • Review Of Grills Gone Vegan By Tamasin Noyes

    According to our prevailing cultural narrative, summer is grilling season. In fact, well before the solstice you can count on smelling the inimitable scent of lighter fluid and charcoal. More

  • Review Of Whole Grain Vegan Baking By Celine Steen And Tamasin Noyes

    I am a pretty stoic vegan, but I have to admit that I got very excited when I first learned about Whole Grain Vegan Baking, the latest book of vegan recipes by Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes (the team that brought us Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day!). After getting a crash course by starting Sunberry Baking Company with my wife, I have become fascinated by the science and art of vegan baking. More

  • Be Kind to Animals Week: You’ll Never Miss the Meat or Dairy

    Did you know that this was ‘Be Kind to Animals Week?’ Today, Michelle Kretzer at PETA shares some meat substitutes to help you kick the animal product habit. Here at Eat Drink Better, we like to think of these – often processed – meat and dairy substitutes as a way for folks to transition to a plant-based diet, not as dietary staples. If you’ve been wanting to give plant-based eating a try and need something to help you on your way, these can be a great sometimes food to help you on your journey! More

  • Gluten-Free Vegan Comfort Food Book Review – Vegan Recipes Included

    Looking for classic comfort foods transformed into gluten-free and vegan? Look no further. Gluten-Free Vegan Comfort Food has 125 recipes from vegan breakfast options like French toast to potluck favorites like baked beans and peanut butter rice crispy treats. Author Susan O’Brien has also written The Gluten-Free Vegan: 150 Delicious Gluten-Free, Animal-Free Recipes and Gluten-Free, […] More

  • Vegan Cookbook Review: Big Vegan by Robin Asbell

    The Big Vegan is more than just a vegan cookbook. While it has an arsenal of recipes that will satisfy long time vegans, perhaps more noteworthy is the treatment it gives to the material for new vegans or the vegan-curious. More

  • Vegan Pie in the Sky Review and Recipe

    Vegan Pie in the Sky is the latest vegan cookbook from Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terri Hope Romero. It’s a whole cookbook full of pies just in time for pie season! More

  • Cookbook Review: Appetite for Reduction by Isa Chandra Moskowitz (Recipes Included)

    Appetite for Reduction: 125 Fast and Filling Low-Fat Vegan Recipes is the latest vegan cookbook from Isa Chandra Moskowitz. The recipes are nearly all under 400 calories and many are under 200, while still being filling and nutritious. I recommend this cookbook for anyone, vegan or not. Try the OMG Oven-Baked Onion Rings and Quinoa, White Bean, and Kale Stew (recipes at the end of this review) and see what you think. More