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100% Vegan! Prepare delicious and healthy vegan meals with this collection of 300 Plant-based Recipes from appetizers to desserts. Extreme value with this box set of 6 books in 1 Vegan Cookbook

1) 5-Ingredient Vegan Cookbook - Vol. 1
Spend less time in the kitchen and at the grocery store with quick and easy 5-Ingredient 100% vegan recipes:
•Breakfast recipes such as the Rosewater Smoothie Bowl
•Spreads and dressing recipes such as the Tahini Hummus
•Salad and starter recipes like the Stuffed Grape Leaves
•Main course recipes such as the Sweet and Savory Tofu
•Side dish recipes like the Quick Taquitos
•Dessert recipes like the Fudgey Black Bean Brownies

2) Instant Pot Vegan Cookbook - vol. 2
Prepare healthy vegan recipes in no time with the Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker! This unique multi-cooker will have you make meals you never thought possible before:
•Breakfast recipes like the Biscuits and Gravy Casserole
•Beverage recipes such as the Pumpkin Spice Latte
•Snack recipes such as the Amish Friendship Bread
•Soup recipes like the French Onion Soup
•Food of the world recipes such as the Hungarian Goulash
•Main dish recipes like the Jambalaya
•Side recipes like the Loaded Baked Potatoes
•Dessert recipes like the Monkey Bread

Vegan Comfort Food Cookbook - vol. 3
Make your favorite vegan comfort food! A healthier version of heartwarming comfort food for every meal of the day:
•Breakfast recipes like the Breakfast Galette
•Soup recipes like the Broccoli Cheddar Soup
•Sauce and condiment recipes such as the Ranch Dressing
•Vegan cheese recipes such as the Sweet Potato Queso
•Main course recipes like the Super Easy Curry
•Side dish recipes such as the Falafel
•Dessert recipes like the Super Easy Chocolate Chip Cookies

Slow Cooker Vegan Cookbook - Vol. 4
Prepare healthy vegan meals with the most versatile tool in your kitchen, the slow cooker. Fix it in the morning in just a few minutes and come back home to the delicious aromas of a home cooked meal, ready to eat when you are:
•Breakfast recipes such as the Vegan Omelet
•Beverage recipes such as the Horchata Latte
•Soup recipes like the Split Pea Soup
•Main dish recipes such as the Mushroom Bourguignon
•Side recipes like the Jamaican Rice and Beans
•Dessert recipes such as the Rosewater Yogurt

Vegan Dessert Cookbook - Vol. 5
Have a sweet tooth? These vegan desserts are not only delicious but also healthier. Make your favorite with the easy to prepare recipes included in this plant-based dessert collection:
•Mason jar desserts such as the Mango Coconut Chia Pudding
•Sauces and icings such as the Maple Frosting
•Cookie recipes like the Nut Butter Cookies
•Nice cream recipes like the Neapolitan
•Raw dessert recipes like the Key Lime Pie
•Sorbet recipes such as the Antioxidant Sorbet
•Cake recipes like the Strawberry Cake
•Chocolate dessert recipes such as the Chocolate Mousse

Vegan Smoothies Cookbook - Vol. 6
Get energized with plant-based smoothies all day long! Quick and easy to prepare, rich in nutrients, they are just the perfect complement to a healthy and satisfying plant-based eating lifestyle:
•Simple smoothie recipes such as the Banana Nut
•Superfood smoothies such as the Rainbow Smoothie
•Green smoothie recipes like the Morning Matcha
•Smoothie bowl recipes like the Ipanema Bowl
•Dessert smoothies like the Pumpkin Pie Jar

All recipes come with an image for each recipe, a detailed list of ingredients, cooking and prep times, number of servings, easy to follow step-by-step instructions, and nutritional information per serving.


Product details

Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 144824 KB
Print Length: 752 pages
Publisher: The Cookbook Publisher; 1 edition (20 April 2018)
Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
Language: English
ASIN: B07CKVCHBL
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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bullsblood30/01/2020 20:12

I got you.. and I absolutely understand you.We recently turned vegetarian, …I got you.. and I absolutely understand you.We recently turned vegetarian, few months ago. But you have to realize it is not the right thing to do as your body won’t get all the necessary things only from plants.. lack of certain proteins, creatine, iron etc the list is endless.So, we ended up doing what you are planning to do. Eat meat very occasionally and only buy quality meat..no frozen doggy or cheap meat from supermarkets.And please, do not buy the so called healthy fruits and vegetables and meat which has connection with GMO. That sheit is banned in many European countries. Example, this freakin usa deal will be killing many ppl in long term


Completely false information. A properly planned vegan diet is suitable for all stages of life and is very healthy. Although I know that the OP did not want this kind of discussion. They are looking for meat alternatives not people's opinions on whether or not a vegan diet is the way to go.
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Awesome. Nice find. If you search vegan on the kindle store and then change the search price filter low to high you’ll see all the currently available free of of charge kindle books. I added a load a few days ago. Didn’t see this one though.
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ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are there any good / meat like / nice tasting sausages and burgers that are plant based. I've tried the linda mccartney ones, i've tried quorn and i've tried beyond burgers. I did not like any of them. I would like to reduce how much meat I eat, but I can't do that if I hate the taste of it

thanks.
saulstar30/01/2020 19:01

Awesome. Nice find. If you search vegan on the kindle store and then …Awesome. Nice find. If you search vegan on the kindle store and then change the search price filter low to high you’ll see all the currently available free of of charge kindle books. I added a load a few days ago. Didn’t see this one though.


I had to search by author can't do low to high on my kindle it drives me crazy
LouiseSayers30/01/2020 19:12

I had to search by author can't do low to high on my kindle it drives me …I had to search by author can't do low to high on my kindle it drives me crazy


Use a normal web browser on the Amazon site then add them to your Kindle account from there. There’s loads of free kindle books.
saulstar30/01/2020 19:14

Use a normal web browser on the Amazon site then add them to your Kindle …Use a normal web browser on the Amazon site then add them to your Kindle account from there. There’s loads of free kindle books.


I do normally but I've got it set to my mums account so I can load her kindle from home so been using the kindle itself have to say its not the easiest.
deleted238549230/01/2020 19:11

ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are …ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are there any good / meat like / nice tasting sausages and burgers that are plant based. I've tried the linda mccartney ones, i've tried quorn and i've tried beyond burgers. I did not like any of them. I would like to reduce how much meat I eat, but I can't do that if I hate the taste of itthanks.


The new Richmond sausages are so good!
Edited by: "grifo" 30th Jan
Thank you poster!
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grifo30/01/2020 19:25

The new Richmond sausages are so good!


Thanks! i'll give this a shot on my next supermarket shop. Cheers!
deleted238549230/01/2020 19:11

ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are …ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are there any good / meat like / nice tasting sausages and burgers that are plant based. I've tried the linda mccartney ones, i've tried quorn and i've tried beyond burgers. I did not like any of them. I would like to reduce how much meat I eat, but I can't do that if I hate the taste of itthanks.



I think you’ve answered your own question. Theres no point forcing yourself to eat something you medically do not NEED to eat. Enjoy your meat sausages and cut out your sunday roast / bacon sarnies or ham sandwiches for lunch instead. Me personally i am not vegan but do not eat meat everyday anyway, everything in moderation.
However i respect those doing their bit to reduce their meat intake. But sick of all the bloody adverts!(excited)
deleted238549230/01/2020 19:11

ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are …ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are there any good / meat like / nice tasting sausages and burgers that are plant based. I've tried the linda mccartney ones, i've tried quorn and i've tried beyond burgers. I did not like any of them. I would like to reduce how much meat I eat, but I can't do that if I hate the taste of itthanks.


I tried the Heck ones last week and thought they were pretty good
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wadeywilson130/01/2020 19:40

I tried the Heck ones last week and thought they were pretty good


ok cool i like their regular sausages, i'll give them a try too thanks!
deleted238549230/01/2020 19:11

ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are …ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are there any good / meat like / nice tasting sausages and burgers that are plant based. I've tried the linda mccartney ones, i've tried quorn and i've tried beyond burgers. I did not like any of them. I would like to reduce how much meat I eat, but I can't do that if I hate the taste of itthanks.


Why not just enjoy quality sausages and reduce how many times you eat them a week?
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fallout5130/01/2020 19:44

Why not just enjoy quality sausages and reduce how many times you eat them …Why not just enjoy quality sausages and reduce how many times you eat them a week?


I do. But meat free ones are lower calories. I do watch what I eat, I do count my calories as much as I hate it. I eat sausages about once a month, very occasionally twice a month. burgers maybe twice a month, not really excessive I think. I was just asking about non-meat ones though, didn't want to spark a debate on dieting habits or meat vs non-meat. Thanks
deleted238549230/01/2020 19:11

ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are …ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are there any good / meat like / nice tasting sausages and burgers that are plant based. I've tried the linda mccartney ones, i've tried quorn and i've tried beyond burgers. I did not like any of them. I would like to reduce how much meat I eat, but I can't do that if I hate the taste of itthanks.


It is simple... do not try to copy meat. That’s the mistake veggies and vegans make. Why would you copy a food with adding loads of artificial flavours instead of creating a new dish with vegetables?
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bullsblood30/01/2020 19:47

It is simple... do not try to copy meat. That’s the mistake veggies and v …It is simple... do not try to copy meat. That’s the mistake veggies and vegans make. Why would you copy a food with adding loads of artificial flavours instead of creating a new dish with vegetables?


fair point. i mean we eat plenty of tasty non-meat dishes like ratatouille, pasta bakes with no meat, vegetable soups, quiche etc but I would have thought we could at least at this point make some non-meat stuff that's actually tasty to someone who likes meat. I don't think I'll ever give up meat but I would like to reduce the intake both for diet reasons and the whole environment issue as well. I don't think it's wrong of me to want to find alternatives but yeah if I don't think they taste nice, then obviously i'm not gonna eat em .. and I did reduce my intake but wouldn't it be great if you could eat a non-meat version of a sausage or a burger but it still tasted good ?

IMHO most of the non-meat copies of things are not tasty. But I see new brands popping up all the time now, but can't afford to keep buying them all and throwing them in the bin or dealing with upset kids that don't like their soy flavoured chicken nuggets
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fair point. i mean we eat plenty of tasty non-meat dishes like …fair point. i mean we eat plenty of tasty non-meat dishes like ratatouille, pasta bakes with no meat, vegetable soups, quiche etc but I would have thought we could at least at this point make some non-meat stuff that's actually tasty to someone who likes meat. I don't think I'll ever give up meat but I would like to reduce the intake both for diet reasons and the whole environment issue as well. I don't think it's wrong of me to want to find alternatives but yeah if I don't think they taste nice, then obviously i'm not gonna eat em .. and I did reduce my intake but wouldn't it be great if you could eat a non-meat version of a sausage or a burger but it still tasted good ? IMHO most of the non-meat copies of things are not tasty. But I see new brands popping up all the time now, but can't afford to keep buying them all and throwing them in the bin or dealing with upset kids that don't like their soy flavoured chicken nuggets


I got you.. and I absolutely understand you.
We recently turned vegetarian, few months ago. But you have to realize it is not the right thing to do as your body won’t get all the necessary things only from plants.. lack of certain proteins, creatine, iron etc the list is endless.
So, we ended up doing what you are planning to do. Eat meat very occasionally and only buy quality meat..no frozen doggy or cheap meat from supermarkets.
And please, do not buy the so called healthy fruits and vegetables and meat which has connection with GMO. That sheit is banned in many European countries. Example, this freakin usa deal will be killing many ppl in long term
deleted238549230/01/2020 19:11

ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are …ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are there any good / meat like / nice tasting sausages and burgers that are plant based. I've tried the linda mccartney ones, i've tried quorn and i've tried beyond burgers. I did not like any of them. I would like to reduce how much meat I eat, but I can't do that if I hate the taste of itthanks.


Try the Aldi spicy pork and beef.
grifo30/01/2020 19:25

The new Richmond sausages are so good!


Can confirm this (as a non vegan) these are pretty decent. Was given some off the production line and several people didn't even know they were meat free!
wadeywilson130/01/2020 19:40

I tried the Heck ones last week and thought they were pretty good


I wouldn't touch Heck sausages if you paid me.

Revolting product and revolting company...
Thanks Boz.. Will pass this on to a friend that has continued his Vegan January..
Expired. £3.49 now.
deleted238549230/01/2020 19:11

ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are …ok i don't want a fight here, i'm asking an honest to god question: are there any good / meat like / nice tasting sausages and burgers that are plant based. I've tried the linda mccartney ones, i've tried quorn and i've tried beyond burgers. I did not like any of them. I would like to reduce how much meat I eat, but I can't do that if I hate the taste of itthanks.


To backup what someone else has said, the Richmond Meat Free sausages are very realistic. Also, Shroomdogs sausage from Sainsburys are really nice but maybe not as realistic. I was always a meat eater (rare steaks, chicken every day etc.) but decided to cut it all out a couple of years ago. The amount of alternatives on the market now compared to a couple of years ago is amazing and doesn't look like it's going to slow down any time soon.
Edited by: "nylec" 31st Jan
bullsblood30/01/2020 20:12

I got you.. and I absolutely understand you.We recently turned vegetarian, …I got you.. and I absolutely understand you.We recently turned vegetarian, few months ago. But you have to realize it is not the right thing to do as your body won’t get all the necessary things only from plants.. lack of certain proteins, creatine, iron etc the list is endless.So, we ended up doing what you are planning to do. Eat meat very occasionally and only buy quality meat..no frozen doggy or cheap meat from supermarkets.And please, do not buy the so called healthy fruits and vegetables and meat which has connection with GMO. That sheit is banned in many European countries. Example, this freakin usa deal will be killing many ppl in long term


Completely false information. A properly planned vegan diet is suitable for all stages of life and is very healthy. Although I know that the OP did not want this kind of discussion. They are looking for meat alternatives not people's opinions on whether or not a vegan diet is the way to go.
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grifo30/01/2020 19:25

The new Richmond sausages are so good!


hey wanted to let you know i ate some of these today, they're awesome ! thanks again.
deleted238549202/02/2020 13:23

hey wanted to let you know i ate some of these today, they're awesome ! …hey wanted to let you know i ate some of these today, they're awesome ! thanks again.


Glad you liked them!
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