Lately I've been getting tired of what I've usually been eating and would admire some recommendations for new recipes and/or cookbooks. If this thread, or any thread similar to this, have already been started (I'm new to this site so I'm not an expert on its activity), feel free to just give me a link to those threads. Also, please don't recommend any of that MorningStar tripe or anything like that. That crap makes me sick. That's all I request.
If you want new recipes then check out this blog: http://gormandizewithus.blogspot.com.au/ There is about 80 or so fantastic Vegan recipes!
You should request books from your library if possible, many that I've requested have stayed at mine.
vegweb.com, ppk.com, chefchloe.com as well as just searching for "whatever"vegan.
I do love Appetite for Reduction, but am more of Robin Robinson fan-1000 Vegan Recipes is full of great ideas.
Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good
I think Isa Chandra Moskowitz probably has the best cookbooks.Everything is just so good.I would recommend any of her books.She's amazing!!I just recently tried Short-Cut Vegan by Lorna Sass.I tried about 4 recipes and they were all pretty good.It's a vegan cookbook that helps you prepare meals faster.I have not tried all the recipes but the meals did seem to go quicker than usual for me.So if your ever short on time and you still want to make something healthy this might be a good option.
Cannot check out the ones from the library I would like to try before buy.
I'm interested in Isa Chandra Moskowitz 'Vegan with a Vengeance' but seems a lot of baking which I don't do (as yet). But also have my eye on 'Appetite for Reduction'.
I bought 'The Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes' because a pressure cooker site I belong to said it had a several vegan and vegetarian options from some of the better authors but have not got to delve deep into it yet. Those on that site are enamored of Lorna Sass.
I was wondering if I could condense down my limited book space and maybe just go for the '1000 Vegan Recipes is full of great ideas'.
I don't know what level of cooking you are looking for, but the cookbook may be a little more upscale than some. Just take a look at her blog first, where you'll find a ton of recipes.