The book is Vegan Planet: 400 Irresistible with Fantastic Flavors from Home and Around the World. It shows perfectly how vegan cooking doesn’t have to be difficult or boring. With a bit of imagination, creativity, and some help from good cookbooks, you’ll be well on your way to enjoy the advantages that a vegan diet can bring you. The Vegan Planet cookbook offers, in my opinion, a wide range of different tastes for all types of palates. I am sure you can please even your non-vegan friends with a scrumptious selection of some of the 400 recipes in this great book.
I like it that the book provides recipes from different ethnic kitchens adapted to be vegan. There is a section on soups, salads and slaws, sauces and dressings, grains, pasta, beans, grilling and stir-frying, stuffed, pizza, smoothies, shakes and not forgetting delicious vegan desserts. You also learn tricks of the vegan trade on how to make eggless Hollandaise sauce or vegan Bechamel Sauce.
Overall, I think this cookbook appeals to people who either want to sometimes incorporate vegan foods into their diet due to health reasons or people who are vegan and in need of some new recipe ideas. Don’t you think Vegetarian Spring Rolls with Spicy Peanut Dipping Sauce, Basmati-Stuffed Grape Leaves with Pine Nuts and Dill, Luscious Lemon-Cranberry Cooler or Nut and Date Truffles just sounds delicious? Yep!