1. Vegan without borders


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    Robin Robertson’s Vegan Without Borders: Easy Everyday Meals from Around the World may forever change the way you think about vegan cooking if you are not a vegan or even a vegetarian. This big gorgeously-illustrated cookbook features tempting recipes from around the world that are accessible and easy to prepare.

    Robertson doesn’t rely on complex and time-consuming meat substitutes that often taste weird and are disappointing. Instead the book focuses on vegan food that is commonly consumed around the world. Most of us don’t think of brandy-laced onion soup and blue ribbon chocolate layer cake when we think “vegan,” but these are only two of the recipes in this must-have cookbook for vegans and their friends.

    The result is an array of soups, pizzas, stews, and desserts that will please vegans and non-vegans a like. Robertson also has sections that cater to gluten-free and soy-free needs.

     

     

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