^^^ yeah, I definitely wouldn't have needed it in my collection of vegan cookbooks, and wouldn't recommend it to someone who's already into vegan cooking. They will probably not find anything new in there, if you consider the plethora of English language vegan cookbooks that are available. But for the German market (How many "everyday" vegan cookbooks in German are there exactly? Right...), I thought it was a nice surprise. I agree about the pictures, a few would have been okay, but not one for every recipe at the price of including some really pale images. I do like the horizontal spiral bound format and kind of paper though, I think such details are often underestimated by other cookbook authors/editors, and are important if you want people to actually use the book. But of course the recipes are most important. Assuming that most vegan newbies (in Germany anyway) are in their mid-teens to early twenties, I guess a lot of them are cooking/baking newbies too, so Vegan lecker lecker! might target the main audience well enough.