Vegan Soul Kitchen by Bryant Terry

Vegan Soul Kitchen“More than anything, I hope to return our focus to fresh, whole, local, seasonal, and sustainably grown real food and away from what author Michael Pollan calls ‘edible food substances’ (processed, canned, packaged, fast, and industrial).”

The author also explains that the cookbook Vegan Soul Kitchen is somewhat autobiographical, sharing through recipes, story, soundtracks, and films where he has been and where his future is headed.

Many of the recipes have a short chatty intro revealing Bryant Terry’s inspiration for the recipe, changes to family recipes, and other tidbits. Along with each recipes he includes inspirational soundtracks and sometimes book & film recommendations.

I find incentive to try new things and to refine the old in this lovely book. And it is so underused at the library, that I have yet to buy my own copy, as I can usually renew, renew, renew.

Reviewed by H



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