Betty Goes Vegan

Winner of VegNews Magazine’s
Cookbook of the Year 2013

In our debut cookbook, we’ve strived to produce a complete and comprehensive guide to help people not just go vegan but stay vegan by recreating 500 of our favorite meals & dishes cruelty-free style. There is a wide variety of recipes in here for chefs of all skill level – from the amateur can-opener to the gourmet food architect – sprinkled among helpful tips, anecdotes from the three year adventure through Betty’s Big Red as well as Betty Crocker history and analysis. The result is a delightful (if we do say so ourselves) and accessible compendium with long lost loves, reliable go-tos and not so guilty pleasures.

You can get your own copy on Amazon, Barnes & Noble or any bookstore.

Reviews

“Betty Goes Vegan is the most exciting culinary innovation since the original Betty Crocker Cookbook. This book is a masterpiece and a must-have for every kitchen.”Rory Freedman, New York Times bestselling author of Skinny Bitch

“Funny, insightful and full of kick-ass vegan recipes. This is the ultimate cookbook! The kind of book you will pass down to your vegan children’s vegan children. A joy from start to finish.”
Sarah Kramer, bestselling author of How It All Vegan! and Vegan a Go-Go!

“This is a phenomenal no-nonsense book filled with comfort foods made vegan. The Shannons have outdone themselves with their creative versions of American classics. I only wish this book was around when I started cooking vegan.” Roberto Martin, New York Times bestselling author of Vegan Cooking for Carnivores

“Betty Goes Vegan is a celebration of nostalgic comfort food deliciously transformed into fun and fabulous vegan fare. Destined to be a classic, this groundbreaking cookbook will delight and inspire vegans and omnivores alike.”Robin Robertson, bestselling author of Quick-Fix Vegan, 1,000 Vegan Recipes, and Vegan Planet

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  16. I love the book. I love the design. I love the concept. But I cannot make any of the recipes because I cannot find any of the meat substitutes which they mention. I have been a vegetarian for 34 years. I am NOT even familiar with some of the things they use in here. That is somewhat disappointing.

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