Resources

Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook


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Here is a list of amazing websites that I have discovered since I was a baby vegan:

Post Punk Kitchen

Post Punk Kitchen

Post Punk Kitchen

Have you heard of Isa Chandra Moskowitz? How about Veganomicon or Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar? If you have not, theppk.com is a good place to start. I believe that Isa has converted many a non-vegan to veganism, and many a vegan to tastier level veganism. Her talents and passion are inspiring to all, and I recommend that you check out her site and ALL of her cookbooks. Isa is a great resource for tips and inspiration.

Happy. Healthy. Life.

Kathy Patalsky is a vegan genius. Her recipes are often simple and delicious, which is a killer combination. I visit her site Happy. Healthy. Life when I am making my grocery menu, or when I am hungry and feel like torturing myself with her beautifully photographed creations.

Vegan Dad

In January 2013, Vegan Dad took a year-long blogging hiatus. Fortunately, he is back and serving up some delicious recipes! This website was my main resource for learning the magic of seitan. Vegan Dad crafted recipes such as Chick’n Burgers, Homemade Sausages, and Vegan Boneless Chicken Wings.

Yeah, That “Vegan” Shit

Do you like tuna salad? Do you hate tuna salad? Then this recipe is for you: Mock Tuna Salad. This is a recipe I return to often and hope you will enjoy too!

Barnivore

Drink alcohol? Don’t know if it’s vegan? Barnivore is a great resource for finding out if your drink is cruelty-free.

VegWeb.com

I consider VegWeb.com to be the vegan version of allrecipes.com. VegWeb is a site where individuals from around the world can post vegan recipes which are reviewed by other visitors. It is a good resource when you’re not sure what to make for dinner and need inspiration.