I'm searching some new book to add to my collection! I'm the kind of cooker who use whole foods - so no margarine, vegan butter, refined sugar and flours, almost no gluten and so on...
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Plenty by Ottolenghi (there is some use of dairy in this cookbook, but I think you could tweak the recipes)
The First Mess
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Veganomicon and Vegan with a Vengeance
My daughter gifted me The Thug Kitchen Cookbook. http://www.thugkitchen...
If you can stand the f*** bombs every other sentence, the book has very simple but delicious vegan recipes.
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Definitely recommend "Isa Does It" by Isa Chandra Moscowitz! Lovely photography, and recipes that use whole foods/ingredients that are typically fairly easy to source! The Nirvana Enchiladas are a must try!
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