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You know when you buy a cookbook, look through it and only want to make one or two of the recipes.....well that is definitely NOT the case with this amazing cookbook. I will be working my way through the majority of these beautiful recipes. So pleasantly surprised. If you are still on the fence, head on over to the the authors website or you tube channel and try before you buy. Being a vegan and eating a lot of beans the combination of this cookbook and instant pot is a real game changer for me.
The book includes lots of different ingredients to add flavour, but it also has lots of talk about pressure cooking/the instant pot at the start with tables and measurements and tips and tricks to cook beans which is handy!!
Amazing vegan cookbook. The recipes are mouth watering. I'm going to work my way through the whole book as each one looks a winner. The red lentil almond curry is delicious. I've yet to try the others as I only got it 2 days ago.
There's a lot of useful information about the instant pot too. All round fantastic cook book with such delicious looking recipes
Most people don't believe me when I tell them I was raised by a pack of wolves. Sure, New Jersey is mostly suburban, but it has its hiking trails. And what else is a kid supposed to do when he sees something shiny in the distance? I waited until my parents weren't looking and slipped off. I'm sure I don't need to tell you an abandoned shopping cart is only good for about five minutes of entertainment, but that's just long enough for the pack to pick up a scent. Cornered against a concrete highway divider, I had to do what I did best; dole out the belly rubs. Flash forward five years. I am more agile and limber than any fully grown adult and my desire for meat runs deeper than that of Joey Chestnut, setting foot on the Coney Island boardwalk. Animal flesh is my jet fuel, propelling me forward through the forest pulling off sweet jumps over uprooted trees. I never imagined any other way of life. That is, until coming across @rainbowplantlife on instagram. Her pictures were so vibrant and creative, I couldn't help but think, "what other culinary possibilities are out there aside from the blood of my fallen prey?" Stewed lentils, crispy tofu, the list goes on and on. I've cooked my way through half the cookbook so far and have yet to be disappointed! I just wish my wolf-parents could say the same.
I’ve been using my instant pot for a couple of years and have cooked meat in it. Eighteen months ago I changed to a totally plant based diet and have found several good instant pot cookbooks and “how to” books. This book has added to my repertoire in a fantastic way. Just brilliant easy to follow recipes. I suggest you get everything weighed it before you start cooking! Also you need to be able to translate some American measurements and substitutes - but it’s easy. Thoroughly recommend this book. Just brilliant.
The photographs in this book are lovely and food looks delicious. For me however many of the ingredient lists were too long some with 20+ or more. Good book if you like adding lots of ingredients but I have returned my copy as I prefer recipes with fewer ingredients.
This book has some good recipes that turn out lovely. I've given it a 3 though cause there is nothing "insta" about them. Lot of ingredients, prep, saute, cook, and saute again in some cases. If your happy with that the recipes are great though
This book is the best one of all my vegan instant pot recipe books. It uses store cupboard ingredients without the need to go out and specially buy extra things that will only get used once. The only two things that are annoying are firstly, all the measurements are in cups with no equivalent listed, so I find I have to write next to the ones I make, e.g. 220g, secondly there are no times listed, eg prep time & total cook time, so again I am writing this down next to each one I make, but it is quite frustrating when I want to try something new but don't know how long to give myself.