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About the Author
Brandi Doming—creator of the popular blog, The Vegan 8—is a mom, wife, designer, and blogger. Her blog was voted a Top 21 Vegan Blog of 2016 by the hugely popular vegan magazine, VegNews, she’s appeared regularly in Forks Over Knives magazine, and was featured in the documentary Eating You Alive. She lives with her husband and daughter in Houston, Texas.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
MAN FOOD I can’t lie. My hubs cooks nearly all our meals and he makes Man Food, as he wittily calls it. Nary a veggie nor fruit touches our plates, save taters or corn, as real men eat carbs! MOUTH-WATERING That said, I could be a vegan in a heartbeat and in a younger healthier iteration of myself, I nearly was. So I was thrilled to review THE VEGAN 8, bursting with 100 recipes made with just eight — count ‘em — eight ingredients or less. My heart went pitty pat just thinking about it, indeed it did, because these are mouthwatering, beautifully photographed creations! TO SWOON FOR! I’m talking ‘bout Elevated Avocado Toast, Pumpkin Pie Crepes, Cuban black bean stuffed sweet potatoes, Skillet Baked Mac n’ Cheese, even No-Bake Chocolate Espresso Fudge Cake. Oh my! Now I just gotta take over our kitchen and get to work. Thanks to THE VEGAN 8, we ain’t just eatin’ Man Food no more! Pub Date 16 Oct 2018 Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for the ARC. Opinions are mine. #TheVegan8 #NetGalley
The Vegan 8 by Brandi Doming 100 Simple Recipes Made with 8 Ingredients or Less A great book for beginners or those more conversant with vegan eating and cooking – this book has everything from meal ideas to how to make your own spice blends. There were several recipes I would like to try in the future. The book began with the reason the author took up vegan cooking, the impact it had on her and her family and how her blog came about. She moved on to the kitchen and the ingredients and utensils she prefers. Then the rest of the chapters dealt with food and recipes and included gorgeous photos to make the reader drool and provide incentive to head to the kitchen to create a meal. Thank you to NetGalley and Oxmoor House for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars