Annie and Dan Shannon, the authors of Betty Goes Vegan, are back. In their new book, they show readers how to cook creatively and thriftily with recipes, sidebars, and tips on stocking a pantry and using ingredients creatively.
Most recipes result in leftover ingredients and servings that can be reused in multiple ways, reducing waste in your kitchen while keeping your meals fresh and flavorful. Inspired by the recipes and cost-saving techniques used during the Depression and World War II and paying a vegan homage to Julia Child, The Shannons have figured out how to get the most out of what you’ve already invested so that you can spend less and get more.
With recipes like Korean Kimchi BBQ Burgers, Vegan Yankee Pot Roast, Not-cho Everyday Chili Dogs, and Savannah Pecan Pies, Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking offers a way to make eating vegan both affordable and delicious.
About the Authors
Dan and Annie Shannon live in Brooklyn, New York. Annie has worked at a number of animal advocacy organizations, including as the Fashion Industry Liaison for the Humane Society of the United States and is now a full-time author and blogger. Dan was previously the Director of Youth Outreach and Campaigns for PETA and is now Senior Strategy Director for the social movement strategy consulting company Purpose.
“Annie and Dan Shannon, the dynamic duo of vegan retro cooking, are at it again! This time they channel “wartime Betty” with recipes and tips inspired by the Great Depression and World War II, and with some Julia Child for good measure! The results are creative and delicious recipes, money-saving ideas, and a whole lot of fun.” ― Robin Robertson, bestselling author of Vegan Planet, Vegan on the Cheap, Vegan Without Borders, and many more
“If you’ve ever needed serious inspiration to delve further into the delicious world of plant-based cooking, this is it. Much more than just another cookbook, the Shannons deliver a strikingly personal and immensely powerful narrative that highlights a beautiful connection both with their food and with each other.” ― Randy Clemens, The Sriracha Cookbook: 50 “Rooster Sauce” Recipes that Pack a Punch
“This is by far the most thorough cookbook I have ever seen! The recipes are inspiring; healthier takes on old favorites with a spicy hint of history, a dollop of frugality, and a healthy dose of humility. ” ― Doron Petersan, Founding Owner of Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats
“Scrumptious and innovative, Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking leaves no doubt that somewhere Julia Child is smiling with a big thumbs up for Annie and Dan Shannon’s latest triumph!” ― John Schlimm, author of Five Years in Heaven and The Ultimate Beer Lover’s Happy Hour
“Waste not, want not. That’s what my me-maw always said, and in these tough economic times, that phrase couldn’t ring truer. Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking will help me honor me-maw’s sage advice since each recipe features a cost-per-serving and many recipes offer ideas for using leftover ingredients.” ― Bianca Phillips, author of Cookin’ Crunk: Eatin’ Veganin the Dirty South
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