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Review: Plant Power

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Katie sees Nava Atlas' newest book, Plant Power, as not only being a great introduction to veg cooking, but also a fine foundation to explore plenty of interesting creations. Find out her favourites and try a recipe yourself in her newest review. Read More »

Review: Rawsome Vegan Baking

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Although she doesn't have much of a sweet tooth, Katie found plenty to enjoy in Emily's raw dessert book, and she thinks you will too. Read More »

Review: My New Roots

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Labels can be tricky things, and "vegan" certainly falls into that category. Of course, when you mix in things like "plant-based" and "whole foods", there's bound to be miscommunication. In the case of My New Roots, both Katie and I thought these moments of confusion would be great for a bigger conversation. Read More »

Review: The Nut Butter Cookbook

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Katie thinks this past cookbook from Robin Robertson deserves a spot on your shelf next to her latest, Vegan Without Borders, and there are plenty of reasons why. Read More »

Review: Plant-Powered Families

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Dreena Burton's newest book, Plant-Powered Families, is made for children and picky eaters alike. With that in mind, Katie took the challenge of revisiting a number of hated childhood foods, and was quite pleased with the results. Read More »

Review: The Vegetarian Flavor Bible

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Whether you cook with abandon and want new ideas or you're looking for help in expanding your kitchen staples, Karen Page has written a great roadmap for many scenarios. Find out why Katie considers The Vegetarian Flavor Bible to be better than a cookbook. Read More »