Vegan Bowl Attack!: More than 100 One-Dish Meals Packed with Plant-Based Power

Vegan Bowl Attack!: More than 100 One-Dish Meals Packed with Plant-Based Power

Combine vegetables, protein, and whole grains in one dish to make a simple, complete, and nutritious meal with Vegan Bowl Attack! Bowl food. It's a hash tag. It's a buffet for one. It's a way of life. Simple and nourishing, vegan bowls are where it's at. Perfect for workday lunches, simple dinners, and even breakfast, these are meals so good you'll soon forget plates even...

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Title:Vegan Bowl Attack!: More than 100 One-Dish Meals Packed with Plant-Based Power
Author:Jackie Sobon
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Vegan Bowl Attack!: More than 100 One-Dish Meals Packed with Plant-Based Power Reviews

  • Jodi Geever

    I've read this book but I've not yet tried any of the recipes. (I'm waiting for the weekend for that.) I really enjoyed the book itself though. It's full of beautiful, glossy full color pictures of the food (your mouth will water) AND there is this awesome key with each recipe noting if it is soy free, nut free, etc. making the book and its recipes super easy and convenient for someone with allergies. As someone who is allergic to nuts, (no cashew cream, or cashew cheese for me) this is a much w

    I've read this book but I've not yet tried any of the recipes. (I'm waiting for the weekend for that.) I really enjoyed the book itself though. It's full of beautiful, glossy full color pictures of the food (your mouth will water) AND there is this awesome key with each recipe noting if it is soy free, nut free, etc. making the book and its recipes super easy and convenient for someone with allergies. As someone who is allergic to nuts, (no cashew cream, or cashew cheese for me) this is a much welcome resource in this book. Very excited to try the recipes!

  • Sarah

    I won this beauty in a Goodreads giveaway. (Woo hoo! Vegan Christmas in July!!)

    So far I have enjoyed the book for its food porn qualities. It's a nicely bound hardcover - not a full lay flat binding, but I don't find myself wrestling to open it flat either. There are lots of lush and tempting full-page color photos of the bowls. The recipes are laid out in managable sections that also make it easy to think about how to modify or sub out one element if it's not your thing. Several of the recipes

    I won this beauty in a Goodreads giveaway. (Woo hoo! Vegan Christmas in July!!)

    So far I have enjoyed the book for its food porn qualities. It's a nicely bound hardcover - not a full lay flat binding, but I don't find myself wrestling to open it flat either. There are lots of lush and tempting full-page color photos of the bowls. The recipes are laid out in managable sections that also make it easy to think about how to modify or sub out one element if it's not your thing. Several of the recipes run longer than a page, and accessing the second section of the ingredients and instructions requires turning the page. I find this layout annoying with cookbooks because I like to use a stand for them while I'm cooking, but that's a minor issue. Each recipe is clearly labelled if it is nut-free, gluten-free, or sugar-free.

    While a few of the recipes have been eye-roll worthy (crudete with ranch dressing is not a recipe, it's a snack while you decide what to make for dinner. Puh-leeze), there are several that have caught my eye. I'll update my review once I've actually made a few.

  • Marathon County Public Library

    Looking for nourishing, vegan meals that smoothly fit into one dish? This is a fun new cookbook with tantalizing photographs of vegan meals. Favorites like shepard's pie and cinnamon rolls are not only given a vegan do-over, but the author's creativeness can be seen in each of the recipes. I found this a great new resource for vegans and clean eaters alike (or those like me with food allergies), and I'm excited to try out a new stack of recipes from this cookbook!

    Looking for nourishing, vegan meals that smoothly fit into one dish? This is a fun new cookbook with tantalizing photographs of vegan meals. Favorites like shepard's pie and cinnamon rolls are not only given a vegan do-over, but the author's creativeness can be seen in each of the recipes. I found this a great new resource for vegans and clean eaters alike (or those like me with food allergies), and I'm excited to try out a new stack of recipes from this cookbook!

  • Michelle

    Excellent recipes, full of flavor. Only downside- time consuming and most recipes incorporate ingredients that require a trip to some specialty market. I wouldn’t use this as an everyday cookbook, more for special, pre planned meals. Everything has come out fantastic though!

  • Emily Purcell

    Fun healthy food that is easy to prepare. I also found the recipes easy to translate from vegan to vegetarian and to simplify for a lighter budget. At least two of these meals are going to go into my regular rotation.

  • Myra

    Again, trying to expand my repertoire of vegan recipes. There are some really good looking ones in here, but I disliked how much this book relied on things like "vegan mayo" and "vegan yogurt." I'd prefer my recipes to use simple ingredients that I already have on hand.

  • Claire

    I really don't like having an extensive cons list on a review, but if a book deserves it...

    Pros:

    - the soup recipes are bomb and I am 10000% trying that corn chowder. It's like, the perfect soup for a bread bowl. Carbz and carbz and carbzzzzz.

    - I love all the sauces for bowl toppings. Sauces are important!! They can totally make a dish! Learn from the French their cuisine is like 80% fancy sauces on top of who the fuck cares because the sauces are so delightful

    - book design and layout is great.

    I really don't like having an extensive cons list on a review, but if a book deserves it...

    Pros:

    - the soup recipes are bomb and I am 10000% trying that corn chowder. It's like, the perfect soup for a bread bowl. Carbz and carbz and carbzzzzz.

    - I love all the sauces for bowl toppings. Sauces are important!! They can totally make a dish! Learn from the French their cuisine is like 80% fancy sauces on top of who the fuck cares because the sauces are so delightful

    - book design and layout is great. The cover grabs your attention and it doesn't stop at the inside pages--they all look really well designed too. This is the sort of vegan book design that could easily grab the attention of a non veggie person, which I am always about.

    - food in bowls is oddly, really cool. I can't explain why. Last thanksgiving I had regular dinner, and then the next day I had thanksgiving leftovers in a bowl. And it was revolutionary. A completely different meal. Because it was a thanksgiving BOWL. Not a plate. Amazing. And this is an entire book of such whimsy.

    Cons:

    - easily 98% of these recipes have at least 12+ ingredients. I do not have time to make something with a million ingredients during the week. I don't know many folks who DO have that sort of time on weekdays. Do not make the mistake of thinking "oh a book of bowl recipes this should be simple because all the shit goes in a bowl and that's it!" Because nothing about any of these recipes is simple.

    - lots of the recipes have extra stuff you need to make beforehand (like the vegan ranch, cheeze sauce, silky sour cream, etc. All basic recipes in back of book.) So you'll need to do prep before you even do prep. If that makes sense.

    - also, an awful lot of sauces and stuff like that in this book have nuts. Like, nut-based sauces and meats and the like. Heavy heads up for nut allergies.

    - the faux meats in this book.......look terrible. I appreciate the effort to make your own meatless stuff instead of using store bought, but nobody should be eating nut meatballs that look so dry they literally have a cracked crust in the photo. Nobody should be subjected to chickpea filets that look so dry in the photo that a single glance in their direction could crumble them to bits. This is the stuff of vegan nightmares. If we want non veggies to actually consider going plant-based, we need to give them plant-based food worth respecting. K.

    So yeah, I wouldn't show a non veggie this cookbook. Nothing is simple and there are too many things that would be more likely to scare away a non veggie than encourage them to try plant based foods. Soz.

  • Katharine

    The physical book is great and lies flat, the photos are amazing so if food porn is your thing this book works on that level. However, the recipes are sadly disappointing. Liquid aminos, long to do lists of 5 or more completed items and some unusual food ingedients that are not readily available in your local grocer makes for a lack of practicality to make one of these recipes. These recipes would be fantastic for a restaurant with easy access to obscure foods but for the everyday dinner creator

    The physical book is great and lies flat, the photos are amazing so if food porn is your thing this book works on that level. However, the recipes are sadly disappointing. Liquid aminos, long to do lists of 5 or more completed items and some unusual food ingedients that are not readily available in your local grocer makes for a lack of practicality to make one of these recipes. These recipes would be fantastic for a restaurant with easy access to obscure foods but for the everyday dinner creator - not so much.

  • Mark

    DPL 641.5636 SOBON JACKIE

    I did not like this one near as much as Vegan Yack Attack on the Go!, which I intend to purchase once I weed another cook book.

  • Lisa

    Vegan does not have to be one certain way!!!. I'm sorry but cashew cream cheese frosting dose not make me want a cinnamon roll. I just threw up in my mouth. The cover of the book looks awesome and I thought that the book was going to have food like that. There were hardly any pictures, and most of the recipes were so weird that they sounded totally gross. The ones that sounded ok? They had a page full of ingredients. That many ingredients is very discouraging. Frankly I was expecting more from t

    Vegan does not have to be one certain way!!!. I'm sorry but cashew cream cheese frosting dose not make me want a cinnamon roll. I just threw up in my mouth. The cover of the book looks awesome and I thought that the book was going to have food like that. There were hardly any pictures, and most of the recipes were so weird that they sounded totally gross. The ones that sounded ok? They had a page full of ingredients. That many ingredients is very discouraging. Frankly I was expecting more from this book and it didn't deliver.

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