Cover for the book, Vegan Comfort Cooking. Features an iron skillet filled with a creamy pasta dish. The iron skillet is sitting on top of a rustic wooden table with garlic cloves laying about.

Vegan Comfort Cooking

Author: Melanie McDonald

Last Updated: 10 July 2021Published On: 24 March 2019

Vegan Comfort Cooking features 75 homey recipes so that everyone can enjoy tasty vegan versions of familiar favorites that leave you satisfied.

Cover for the book, Vegan Comfort Cooking. Features an iron skillet filled with a creamy pasta dish. The iron skillet is sitting on top of a rustic wooden table with garlic cloves laying about.

Vegan Comfort Cooking

Author:Melanie McDonald

Last Updated: 10 July 2021Published On: 24 March 2019

Vegan Comfort Cooking features 75 homey recipes so that everyone can enjoy tasty vegan versions of familiar favorites that leave you satisfied.

NOTES FROM THE PUBLISHER

Vegan Comfort Cooking Cookbook Overview

Pump up your mornings with Black Forest Breakfast Crepes or Rustic Skillet Potato and Greens Hash. Gather around the dinner table with family and friends to enjoy favorites like Soul-Warming Stew and Dumplings, Sticky Sweet-and-Sour Tofu and Rich and Saucy Bolognese. And satisfy all those between-meal cravings with sweets and snacks like Bangin’ BBQ Cauliflower Wings and Sky-High Apple Pie.

No matter the meal or occasion, these recipes prove that the vegan versions of familiar favorites leave you feeling nourished and satisfied.

About the Author

Melanie McDonald is the founder of A Virtual Vegan. Her work has appeared in Parade, Vegan Food & Living, Reader’s Digest, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, and more.

Editorial Reviews

“…Mel’s (as her friends and family call her) philosophy is that she only posts recipes that have been thoroughly tested and vetted by her taste testers. Moreover, Mel is fully committed to transforming recipes that include non-plant ingredients into vegan ones without sacrificing any flavor – if the recipe can’t be made to taste good, it’s not worth making. I can definitely relate to that, and have enjoyed Mel’s new cookbook very much” – Milka, Eat the Vegan Rainbow. “Sunday Morning Cookbook Review.” 13 July 2019

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