Giveaway Archive

Spicy (or not) Cauliflower Po’ Boy from The Easy Vegan Cookbook by Kathy Hester

I often hear people say that they think eating vegan must be difficult – it’s hard to find ingredients, everything is too expensive, the food is weird, yada yada yada. While I guess that can be true of some vegan food, it’s not really the norm. Most

Only-Kale-Can-Save-Us-Now-Salad from Eat Like You Give a Damn by Michelle Schwegmann & Josh Hooten

I’m not sure when I first heard of Herbivore Clothing, but I know it was well over 10 years ago, and I think my friend Val may have been the one who did the introductions. I remember gleefully pulling their magazine (aptly titled Herbivore) out of my

Vegan with a Vengeance by Isa Chandra Moskowitz

I have a confession to make, and it may result in my membership to the vegan club getting revoked: I didn’t buy the original Vegan with a Vengeance when it came out in 2005. It wasn’t an intentional boycott, I just didn’t know about it. Those were

Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking by Annie and Dan Shannon

A few years ago there were only a few vegan cookbooks on the market, making it easy to pick one, if you happened to be browsing the shelves at Barnes and Noble. Now there are hundreds, which is both good and bad. It’s good to see that

The Almond Milk Cookbook by Alan Roettinger

Way back before I went vegan, there are only a few different types of milks that I would choose from: whole, skim, 2%, and chocolate. They all came from cows. When I ditched dairy milk in the mid-nineties, the two main choices I had were soy milk

Très Green Très Clean Très Chic by Rebecca Leffler

Hello, my name is Dianne and I’m a cookbookaholic. I have a serious problem. I can’t say no to review copies of cookbooks. I have always had a great love of books and it’s gotten really out of control in past few years. My house is overflowing

The Abundance Diet by Somer McCowan

In the world of vegan blogging, it’s possible to “meet” and become friends with other blogging, without actually ever seeing the other person face-to-face. That’s what has happened with Vedged Out’s Somer McCowan. I think we first “met” a few years ago via email, and I now

The Homemade Vegan Pantry by Miyoko Schinner

I went vegan in 2001 and the first cookbook I bought was The New Now and Zen Epicure by Miyoko Schinner. It was through that book that I learned how to make tofu scramble, dairy-free sauces, and egg-free desserts. It’s amazing how much book cookbook collection has

Living The Farm Sanctuary Life by Gene Baur with Gene Stone

I first heard about Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, NY about 15 years ago. In 2002 or 2003, Dennis and I visited for the first time, and we loved every minute of it. I had seen cows, pigs, and goats before, but I had never really met

Street Vegan by Adam Sobel

A few years ago, there was a mini food truck rally in the next town over. There were seven or eight trucks at the rally, but only one of them had a line of people waiting for food – The Cinnamon Snail. Local vegans had asking the