Plant-Friendly Recipe Books

I’ve been a vegan for decades and enjoy creating meals out of healthy plant ingredients. It’s not a trend, but a chosen lifestyle that benefits the health of our body and the wellbeing of our beautiful planet. More and more people are eating fewer animal products and incorporating more plant-based meals into their schedules. While there are lots of healthy recipes available online, there are also copious plant-friendly recipe books that can kickstart a healthier path. Below are two new vegan recipe books that are filled with lots of tasty ingredient combinations and meal ideas.

Let’s Fix Lunch

Let's Fix Lunch plant-based recipe book

Most of us do not eat lunch meals at home. It’s often brushed off and we end up eating junk food or fast food and creating waste and litter. Or those who do fix school and work lunches, often use plastic containers or sandwich bags or wrap that contribute to our global waste problem. Is there a solution? Yes!

Let’s Fix Lunch recipe book will inspire you to consciously create scrumptious lunches that are fun to make, easy to prepare, yummy to eat, and do not create waste of litter. Plus, with every copy sold, all the proceeds will be donated to No Kid Hungry, an organization that provides meals to kids and helps them get the healthy foods they need to thrive.

  • On-the-Go Snacks
  • Sauces & Condiments
  • Soups & Salads
  • Sandwiches
  • Grains & Pastas
  • Simple Ways to Reduce

This recipe book is also filled with lots of tips, techniques and suggestions on how to make litter-free vegan lunches. All the recipes include icons that indicate if they are Vegetarian, Freezable, School-Lunch Friendly, Make Ahead and Building Blocks.

I want to mention that not all the recipes are vegan. I’m a little disappointed as the subtitle on this recipe book implies all the recipes would be vegan. Some recipes include milk and cheese, but you can tweak the recipes with your own plant-based substitutions. Here’s a glance at some of the included recipes. secret code: Tofu salad.

  • Sesame-Cocnut Granola
  • Crispy Barbecue Chickpeas
  • Herbed Whipped Cream Cheese
  • Chicken Noodle Soup
  • Roast Beef Sandwiches
  • Act 2 Friend Rice
  • Chicken Fajita Bowl
  • Everything Bagel Chips

All recipes feature a full-color photo so you can see the end results. With the tools, tips and tricks outlined within these pages, you’ll have everything you need to start making litter-free lunches.

Making Vegan Meat

Making vegan meat recipe book

Making Vegan Meat is more than a recipe book, it’s a manual on how to make plant-based meat and then tweaking the ingredients to suit your taste buds. That is one thing some plant-based people miss, the flavor of specific meats like bacon. With guidance from within these pages, you can whip up a flavorful meal that mimics the texture and flavors of certain meats.

  • Wat Exactly is This Book?
  • Must-Have Ingredients and Tools
  • Experiment
  • Beef
  • Chicken
  • Eggs (Are Eggs Meat?)
  • Pork
  • Seafood

Of course, there is some rhyme and reason for creating plant-based meats. That’s where learning how to use various bases, textures, and certain additives to create vegan meats will be necessary. Stocking your pantry with the right ingredients and tools is the first step. Once that is done, you are free to create yummy meat alternatives.

  • Mushroom Burger
  • Vegan Wagyu Steak
  • Watermelon Katsu Steak
  • Radish Roast Beef
  • Fried Jackfruit Chicken
  • Mung Bean Scramble Two Ways
  • Soy Skin Bacon
  • Famous Smoked Watermelon Ham
  • Porkless Pork Rinds
  • Banana Blossom Fried Fish

All the recipes are easy to follow, feature a full-color and share some tips and advice. Once you learn how to incorporate these new recipes you will be inspired to make more. Plus, these are healthier options and you get to save animals.

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25 Comments

  1. I would love to win this since I am supposed to be on a plant based diet according to my dr but it is hard to even know where to start.

  2. Variety for bag lunches is a big interest for me, and being able to prepare meatless versions of meat dishes in my own home sounds like a dream come true.

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