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Fast Easy Cheap Vegan Overview
From Sam Turnbull, the bestselling author of Fuss-Free Vegan, and creator of the blog It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken, comes her eagerly awaited second cookbook. She is cooking up even simpler vegan comfort food–on a budget, with fewer ingredients, and in 30 minutes or less!
Some people think that a vegan diet can be too time-consuming, too much work, and too expensive! In Sam Turnbull’s Fast Easy Cheap Vegan, she’s busting those myths and showing us just how simple (with 10 ingredients or fewer), inexpensive (for $10 or less), and quick (in 30 minutes or less) it can be to cook delicious plant-based comfort food at home. Wholesome recipes can be made using items you already have in your pantry and fridge. And if they’re not stocked in your kitchen, these ingredients are easily found at your local grocery store.
Fast Easy Cheap Vegan is filled with 101 recipes, many of them perfect for busy weeknights, like:
- 10-Ingredient Creamy Basil Gnocchi
- Gorgeous Greek Bowl
- Quicker Quesadillas
- Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
- 20-Minute Breakfast Sandwiches
- 15-Minute Apple Chickpea Salad
- DIY Instant Ramen Soup
- Cheesy Cracker Snackers
- Loaded Queso Dip
- Cool Ranch Popcorn
- Lickety-Split Ice Cream
- Easy Peasy Peanut Butter Squares
- Brownie in a Cup
- 10-Minute Mini Berry Crisp
Fast Easy Cheap Vegan is all about smart tips and easy techniques that simplify cooking. Many recipes are one-pot, freezer-friendly, and make-ahead meals, creating a stress-free kitchen. So whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert, Sam has thought of everything to help get delicious, fuss-free meals on the table in no time flat.
About the Author
Sam Turnbull is the creative voice and vision behind the vegan blog It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken and the author of Fuss-Free Vegan.
“Sam’s creativity in Fast Easy Cheap Vegan breaks down any barriers to the plant-based lifestyle and proves that it is deliciously within reach. There are so many innovative, time-saving strategies for instant flavor in this book. I also appreciate her suggestions for getting more out of pantry staples and her clever zero-waste strategies. Anyone at any level of cooking expertise can learn something from these recipes.” Laura Wright, author of The First Mess Cookbook
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