This is the vegan cook book you can’t afford to be without, from The Vegan Chef School with illustrations from animal welfare charity, Miracle’s Mission, and written by Vegan Chef Day Radley and her talented team of student chefs. It features simple, easy-to-follow recipes accompanied by mouth-watering photos. There are recipes for every occasion and they’re suitable for everyone as all of them are gluten free and mainly healthy. There are practical suggestions for savoury snacks, weekenders (recipes that take a bit longer to make but are well worth the effort) such as Roti with Spiced Cauliflower, holiday dishes, easy dinners, indulgent sweet treats such as Chocolate Fudge Cake and delicious desserts such as Banana Sticky Toffee Pudding. Many of the pages include gorgeous illustrations of some of the vulnerable dogs that Miracle’s Mission has helped, together with their own captivating stories. The book is A4 size, wire bound and fully vegan printed.
All the profits from the book will go to help more adorable dogs and cats at Miracle’s Mission and help fund their appeal to build the UK’s first disabled animal rehabilitation centre, so you can feel good about buying the book before you’ve even started cooking! And the best thing about it is that you’re not going to need any fancy ingredients, most of the items can be found at your local supermarket and just a few in your local health food store. This is the perfect accessible cook book for those looking for easy but reliable recipes, and for all those cookery-virgins out there. It’s an indispensible book for vegans or the vegan curious at all ages and stages.
Vegan Chef Day Radley is founder and director of The Vegan Chef School, a community based start-up London school, that has a radically progressive mission – to move forward veganism, sustainability and compassionate ways of being through communication, learning, research and development. She is also an experienced food writer who has designed recipes for Vegan Food and Living magazine.
Miracle’s Mission would like to say a huge heartfelt thank you to Vegan Chef Day Radley, author of the cook book, Bridget, illustrator of the book, Louise, designer of the book and Catherine, editor of the book and Jenny and Ian from Excellent Public Relations Agency for promotion of the book.