Vegan Bowl Attack!
Join vegetables, protein, and entire grains in a single dish to make a straightforward, complete, and nutritious dinner with Vegan Bowl Attack!
Bowl food. It's a hash tag. It's a smorgasbord for one. It's a lifestyle.
Straightforward and supporting, vegetarian bowls are the place it's at. Ideal for workday snacks, straightforward suppers, and even breakfast, these are dinners so acceptable you'll before long overlook plates even exist.
Inside you'll discover in excess of 100 one-dish, plant-based dishes that feed each impulse and extravagant, made for you by creator and veggie lover blogger expert Jackie Sobon. You don't need to be veggie lover to appreciate these plans - you simply need to adore food! They're healthy and flavorful, and sure to satisfy any craving. We're discussing:
Nutty spread Pretzel Oatmeal
Roll Nacho Bowl
Tex-Mex Potato Salad
Hot Sesame Brussels Bites
Smoky Corn Chowder Bread Bowl
Mean Green Ramen
Kimchi Bowl with Red Curry Almond Sauce
Hot Sushi Bowl
Crude Apple Crisp
S'mores Pudding Bowl
About the Author
Jackie Sobon is a food photographer, recipe developer, and cookbook author specializing in vegan food; as well as a bit of a smart ass.She is the founder of the popular food blog Vegan Yack Attack, that has been growing since 2011 and placed on many top blog lists, which showcases her creative recipes and stunning photography. Her work has been featured on websites such as KTLA, GoodMorningAmerica.com, VegNews.com, KrissCarr.com, PureWow, Babble, and Buzzfeed.
Jackie Sobon is a food photographer, recipe developer, and cookbook author specializing in vegan food; as well as a bit of a smart ass.
As of 2015, Jackie has photographed cookbooks for the likes of Jason Wrobel, Happy Herbivore and other plant-based authors; as well self-published three eBooks, contributed to We Love Quinoa (Quantum, Jan 2016) and is now coming out with Vegan Bowl Attack! (Fair Winds, July 2016).
When she is not contemplating her next creation, or obsessing over vegan mac 'n' cheese, (which is rare) she enjoys traveling, crafting, eating with friends, and spending time in the outdoors.
This book is such a great way for someone who wants to take first steps toward veganism...one bowl at a time. These recipes are not at all intimidating, the ingredients are easy to find, and the directions are clear and simple. I've only tried just a few so far, but I can see that I will be fixing more and more and more! There are several I really liked: the Corn Salad with Basil Pesto Aioli (though I made it using half cooked and half uncooked corn straight from the cob); the Wedge Salad with Pepita Bacon; the Grilled Romaine Chop Salad; the Tex-Mex Potato Salad (I added a bit of chipotle to the mayonnaise for an extra flavour boost); and the individual Crudite Bouquet were fun. I haven't made the Walnut Chorizo Taco Salad, but that's definitely on my list...chorizo made using walnuts, who knew? And then there are desserts (the Ginger Cream Cheese Frosting Trifle is definitely calling my name!), sauces, dressings, dips and more. There are so many recipes in this book, and with your own tweeks here and there, the 100 could easily become 1,000. There are lots of pictures, which is nice, though I would have preferred more. Still, the pictures are quite nice.-Shirley
I have loved Vegan Yack Attack 's blog for years, I discovered it soon after going vegan. When I heard she was releasing a cookbook I knew I had to get a copy. I even pre-ordered it. The recipes are easy to follow, even my husband got out the book and made the chili , which he loved. There are soups, breakfast foods, dinner and salads, even desserts in this book. Something for everyone. If you are looking for a new cookbook, take a chance on this one. You wont be disappointed. -Michelini
The food is delicious. This is more of an advanced cookbook in my opinion, though, as each recipe component often needs to be made separately or ahead of time. These are not all quick-fix meals. That being said, lots of these recipes are keepers and several of them have become my weekly go-to meals. I would definitely recommend this book.-Andrew White