I’ve told you about my sister being a vegan. Remember that Thanksgiving post a few years ago? Yes, my sister ate bologna and McDonald’s as a child. Which means there’s always hope and time to change your family’s diet, for health, political or any other reason. She’s opened my eyes and tastebuds to lots of new ingredients, restaurants and recipes thru her diet. And my family cooks and enjoys vegan meals quite frequently. Recently I was given a few vegan cookbooks to review. I thought it only right to give one to my sister, for a guest review. Here’s her experience with some of the recipes she made from The Everything Vegan Cookbook by Jolinda Hackett… (Thanks Christy!)
liked it as it was a nice change from Daiya (“cheese”). My husband was not as impressed as he felt it was not creamy enough and too doughy.
as I really liked it and my husband felt like the tomatoes over powered it (he
is not a tomato fan). I think less tomatoes and having them cook for longer
would have been better in keeping with the name of the dish. Also very
important to use fresh herbs as I did not have fresh rosemary and the dry was