Happy New Year everyone! It’s cliche to say that the year has flown by, but that’s because it’s true. So much has been accomplished within the last 12 months, especially in terms of vegan progress! Veganism has soared in popularity over the last year. If you haven’t gone vegan yet, you may be curious about trying Veganuary, and there are plenty of vegan cookbooks to help you enjoy the challenge.
Buying the right Vegan Cookbooks for Veganuary
With so many cookbooks out there, it can be quite hard to determine which will help you throughout the month. Everyone has a different approach to their kitchen habits. Some are frugal, some go all out. Some like to get creative and some like to keep things simple. I have selected a range of vegan cookbooks that cover a variety of bases. 4 of which are under £5! So, without further ado, here is a selection of vegan cookbooks to help you smash Veganuary!
If you don’t know about this book, then honey, where have you been!? BOSH! have been creating mouth-watering recipe videos on social media for a number of years, and this book is taking the vegan world by storm!
Like to keep your time in the kitchen limited? 15 Minute Vegan is the book for you! This book of 100 recipes that can be prepared quickly with ingredients that can be found in most, if not all, supermarkets.
If you wanna go plant-based, eat healthily but love junk-style food, then Thug Kitchen is here to save the day. These recipes scream “Man V Food” while keeping you lean.
If you’re anything like me and need a reason to stay away from cafes and shops, then give this book a try. These recipes are easy and affordable, so you can be sure to lunch prep with ease every week!
Dirty Sanchez’ Matt Pritchard brings to you this wonderful vegan cookbook based on his BBC series. Perfect for those who want to learn more about nutrition while enjoying good, hearty food.
Not everyone is a fan of meat replacements, which is what makes this book so good. Hearty, warming and creative are just three words that come to mind with these recipes. It’s certainly a good option if you want to learn more about the goodness of your greens.
This is probably a wonderful option for those who simply don’t have a clue about what they should or shouldn’t cook. This vegan cookbook does exactly what it says on the tin.
I have been seeing this book EVERYWHERE! This book is designed with a student budget in mind, as well as ensuring you stay healthy throughout freshers week and more.
Another book for those just starting out, Becoming Vegan is a go-to guide for everything you need to know. From stocking your cupboards to replacement ingredients, you will soon be an expert on veganism in no time!