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Just all natural, veggie meals. And did I mention dessert? And I think I just found a space on my shelf for this one. View all 10 comments.

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Lauren Toyota is a hero. I've tried many recipes from her blog and almost all of them are winners. I always feel comfortable serving her food to guests, even when I haven't made it before. So naturally I pre-ordered this as soon as I could. I was first afraid that some of the recipes were of the 'been there done that' variety and some definitely are, but then they're just better than the ones I've tried before.

I've seen vegan alfredo before, but the one in this book is one of my fav's as well a Lauren Toyota is a hero.

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She just really knows her flavours. Yes, there are some recipes that will require time also some quick ones like the delicious spicy peanut noodles , but Hot For Food has always been a channel for the foodie, so I knew what I was getting into and personally I love that about it. It's already a personal favourite.


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Nov 06, Kristi rated it it was amazing. Although plant based eating can be very healthy, Lauren explains that this cookbook isn't one of those cookbooks. It's veganized comfort food, and I can't wait to make so many of these recipes! Mar 21, Liam rated it it was amazing Shelves: book-challenge , cookbook. I've been a huge Hot For Food fan for years, even before I was vegan. The videos are entertaining, the food is creative and delicious, she's Canadian, and everything is great. The recipes are mostly comfort foods and vegan versions of various fast food or convenience foods.

I decided 5 recipes was a good amount to try making before marking the book 52 Book Challenge Week Vegan Comfort Classics So cookbooks aren't really traditional fare for me or challenges like this but I'm gonna go with it. I decided 5 recipes was a good amount to try making before marking the book done.

I made the tofu benny, the raspberry crumble bars, spicy peanut noodles, funfetti pop tarts and tonight's dinner was the mushroom alfredo. Not counting the dozens of other recipes I've tried from the blog and youtube channel. I give Lauren Toyota a toot. View 2 comments.

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Many recipe directions were more than one page and I just don't have time for that most days. What I did enjoy - actually super enjoyed - were the vast number of sauces and dressings. They were all super easy, with few ingredients and are very versatile in their uses. I am grateful to have received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Mar 27, Amanda Vollmershausen rated it it was amazing.

The fact that this cookbook is beautifully published is just icing on the vegan cake. Oct 21, Claire rated it it was amazing Shelves: cookbooks-veggie. So amazing I have to buy a copy for myself. This is true comfort food--no smoothies or juices or gross raw stuff in sight--and I am sooooooooooo happy. This book is exactly what vegans need. Sometimes I don't wanna be healthy!! Sometimes I just need some goddam monte cristos!!!!!! Mar 23, Tonstant Weader rated it liked it. For many people, the idea of vegan and comfort food are seldom in the same sentence, let alone a book title.

Now, for me, one of my comfort foods is roasted brussels sprouts with a bit of lemon juice or balsamic vinegar, so to me, vegan comfort food sounded interesting.

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I am not vegan, but I love vegetables and fruits and think we are all a litt For many people, the idea of vegan and comfort food are seldom in the same sentence, let alone a book title. I am not vegan, but I love vegetables and fruits and think we are all a little better off the more vegetables we enjoy. Hot for Food Vegan Comfort Classics is full of beautiful photos of foods that will make you drool, foods full of carbs and calories, foods with fried and baked breaded crusts, foods with gravies and sauces that are lush and indulgent. This is, in some ways, a book that challenges the idea of vegan food as health food.

But then, there are more reasons for embracing veganism than health. There are two ways to approach vegan cooking. One is to go for it without regret, to enjoy the bounty of nuts, fruits, vegetables, and grains you can enjoy. The other is to focus on what you are missing and seek ways to replace the flavors and textures of meat and dairy with vegan alternatives. Hot for Food Vegan Comfort Classics takes the latter approach which I think of as regretful veganism. The veganism of loss.

Which is why this book is a mixed bag. There are lots of excellent recipes, though many are too carb and fat-loaded for this diabetic. I love the idea of a cauliflower burger as shown on the cover. Cauliflower is mild enough to take on the flavor of whatever you want it to, so added buffalo chicken spices will make it tasty.

The problem for me is that this is all about recreating non-vegan comfort foods with meat and dairy substitutes. I was hoping that this might also be about creating new comfort foods made with vegetables. Rather than bangers and mash, maybe a pea soup flavored with the smokiness of coffee? Is it really comforting to make a recipe based on what you miss rather than something new? To me, this cookbook focuses on what veganism deprives you of rather than on exploring how vegan recipes can be exciting and delicious in their own right and creating new classics.

Apr 11, Shilpa rated it really liked it. Let me preface by saying, "I am not vegan. The word "vegan" itself evokes a sense of abstinence to me. Abstinence from meat, being the obvious.

But also, an abstinence from the delicious scrumptiousness of meals, that the foodie in me has come to expect. I have a few millennial colleagues who are either vegan or vegetarian. I also worked with a designer who lives in the burbs raising chickens, and whose immediate family is Let me preface by saying, "I am not vegan. I also worked with a designer who lives in the burbs raising chickens, and whose immediate family is vegetarian. These are the influences in my life who converted my thinking if only to try out some vegan food. I asked my vegan-devoted colleague about recipes, and it just sounded like I'd have to rejig my grocery plans to find some of the ingredient substitutes.

So even though I wanted to find alternatives to foods that would not screw up my digestive tract and help with issues such as bloating and indigestion, I really was not that interested in being invested in changing to a vegan lifestyle. Then one day, there was a book floating around the office, that was creating quite a stir.

Of course, the bookish in me, couldn't help but be curious.

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Flipping through the book, I was amazed at how simple the recipes, and the ingredients were. Could vegan cooking really be this simple? I have to see for myself. Her channel and blog, Hot for Food, attracts a wide and engaged audience of young people curious about how to make vegan food fast and fun.

So, if you don't know already from my sukasastyle. I'm particularly picky with my baking recipes, and which baker I trust for baking for important occasions. You can read one of the blogs here: Baking with a smile in mind. Baking is a sacred ritual.


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Precision is key. It's not like cooking, where substitutions are encouraged to individualize the dish. Ever step has a purpose; every measurement must be absolute. It actually didn't raise my confidence reading Lauren Toyota write this in Vegan Comfort Classics, "Baking has rules after all, and I certainly don't know all of them. Playing it safe, I decided on the Chocolate Vegan Cake.

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I was impressed by the sheer simplicity of this cake. Made in about 30 mins, it tasted, seriously, like a fairly decent chocolate cake. Only I would have been able to tell that there were no eggs in this recipe. So, what does Lauren Toyota use as a substitute for eggs? Soy milk and apple cider vinegar, does the trick. Next on my list to try is the lemon cake. Vegan Comfort Classics is for hard-core vegans and those that just wanting to dip their toe in this lifestyle choice. If there was one criticism, then the creative direction in me would argue that the font is a little impractical and hard to read.