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Our Favourite Vegetarian & Plant-Based Cookbooks for Simple Recipes
Cooking a delicious and wholesome dish is somewhat of a ritual for us here at REV. We are huge advocates for seasonal and sustainable eating, and over the years have discovered some wonderful cookbooks that inspire us to eat in this way – which we share with you here!
The First Mess - Laura Wright
The much anticipated first cookbook from blogger Laura Wright, the woman behind The First Mess blog, this beautiful book celebrates seasonal, plant-based cooking with 125 simple and delicious dishes to try at home.
Vegan In 7 - Rita Serano
Our go-to cookbook when we’re running low on supplies, Rita Serano’s Vegan In 7 is a treasure of simple and nutritious plant-based recipes, which can all be made with seven (or less) ingredients. Even better, there isn’t a single over-processed ‘no meat’ sausage in sight!
One Pot, Pan, Planet - Anna Jones
We had this book on pre-order the minute Anna Jones announced it! Whilst this time at home has meant we’ve had more time to be adventurous in the kitchen, easy ‘one pot’ recipes remain an absolute favourite of ours. Anna’s latest book features over 200 simple yet truly delicious vegetarian recipes.
Plenty - Yotam Ottolenghi
Possibly our favourite cookbook from Yotam Ottolenghi (although it’s hard to choose!), Plenty is an exclusive curation of vegetarian recipes, all with Ottolenghi’s signature Mediterranean feel at the heart of each dish. We love this one especially for fresh summer salads!
Six Seasons - Joshua McFadden
In his book Six Seasons, Joshua McFadden celebrates the beauty of cooking with seasonal vegetables. This book is a wonderful choice for anyone looking to eat more seasonally and in harmony with the land thanks to Joshua’s extensive knowledge of farming and growing produce.
Rachel Ama’s Vegan Eats - Rachel Ama
Inspired to encourage plant-based eating through simple and tasty dishes, Rachel Ama’s Vegan Eats is one of our favourites for quick, ‘one pot’ recipes. With inspiration taken from her Caribbean and West African roots, these recipes are both vibrant and delicious!
Whole Food Cooking Every Day - Amy Chaplin
A truly beautiful book of nutritious recipes recommend to us by our friend Giada of Eco Shaker, Amy Chaplin’s approach to cooking is inspired by nature and the healing benefits of whole food ingredients. Her book features 250 vegetarian recipes and free of gluten, diary and refined sugar.
Green Kitchen At Home - Green Kitchen Stories
Green Kitchen Stories At Home was inspired by the simple and wholesome vegetarian gluten-free dishes David and Luise were making for their young family each week. This book is one of our favourites for batch cooking with plenty of leftovers for lunch!