Best Vegan Cookbooks

by Nia Scott

Jun 16, 2019

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Veganism is the trend that keeps on growing. Each year more people decide to let go of meat and give themselves an entirely animal product-free diet. The more people have joined the movement, the more people have experimented with the foods allowed in the diet to give them variety. Vegan cookbooks are popping up all over and giving people the motivation they need to try out the diet or begin to incorporate parts of the diet.

One of the most popular vegan cookbooks is Thug Kitchen: The Official Cookbook: Eat Like You Give a F*ck. What started as a wildly popular website, aimed toward getting people to eat more vegetables and adopt a healthier lifestyle, became a fantastic cookbook. The secret to the cookbook’s success is the authors behind it write about recipes anyone could follow and make the vegan diet more accessible. The writing is also elatable and uses profanity often. It’s a great book for beginners or experienced chefs alike.

First a book, then a movie, Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook: Over 300 Recipes for Plant-Based Eating All Through the Year, this cookbook is beloved by many. The movie, available on Netflix, walks people through how the secret to losing weight and being healthy is to eat better. The authors believe cutting out meat, dairy and oils will produce amazing results and help people who are sick or struggling with health concerns. It’s recommended to watch the film first to truly understand the science behind converting to a vegan diet. The film is informative and the cookbook only enhances it.

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