If helping animals is your 2024 resolution, you may want to pick up a new cookbook to help you enlighten your taste buds and end the exploitation of animals used for food. There are a lot of cookbooks to look forward to, from those focused on simple time-saving recipes to ones with inspiring dishes that will help you get your creative juices flowing in the kitchen. Whatever you prefer, there’s a vegan cookbook for you in the new year.
Save animals in 2024 by trying some of these new vegan cookbooks:
By George Lee
George Lee, the creator of vegan recipe blog Chez Jorge, is launching a long-awaited cookbook this year featuring traditional Taiwanese recipes inspired by his childhood and family. A-Gong’s Table is dedicated to Lee’s grandfather and is an intimate story of life in Taiwan told through food and photographs.
By Shane Martin
Become an expert in baking everything from artisan challah loaves to sweet breakfast muffins with Shane Martin’s guide to baking with animal-friendly ingredients—because you don’t need eggs or cow’s milk in order to make delicious baked goods.
By Radhi Devlukia-Shetty
Nourishing your body is important for your health and satisfaction, and Radhi Devlukia-Shetty’s new cookbook is all about how to create flavorful meals that will help you feel your best. JoyFull features recipes like Veggie Frittata Muffins, Tandoori Tacos, and the Tahini Matcha Latte.
By Madeleine Olivia
Madeleine Olivia’s simple, no-fuss recipes are packed full of flavor while being budget-friendly and free of ingredients that harm animals. Make It Vegan walks you through recipes for Pain au Chocolat, 10-Minute Mac and Cheese, Vegan Paella, and other dishes.
PlantYou: Scrappy Cooking: 140+ Plant-Based Zero-Waste Recipes That Are Good for You, Your Wallet, and the Planet
By Carleigh Bodrug
We loved Carleigh Bodrug’s first bestselling cookbook, so we’re excited to see what’s in store for this one, which focuses on “scrappy” cooking—tips for limiting food waste by using every part of a fruit or vegetable. Learn what to do with radish tops, broccoli stems, wilting greens, and other scraps.
By Remy Morimoto Park
Remy Morimoto Park—aka “Veggiekins” on Instagram and TikTok—shares pan-Asian, gluten-free vegan recipes in Sesame, Soy, Spice. We can’t wait to try her takes on Spicy Peanut Ramen, Miso Caramel Crème Brulée, and Thai Basil Tempeh.
By Calum Harris
British Instagram content creator Calum Harris’ new cookbook is chock-full of delicious, animal-friendly recipes that are quick and easy to prepare. Recipes include hearty dishes like Miso Greens & Gnocchi, breakfast favorites like Fluffy Blueberry Pancakes, and others.
The Vegan Baby Cookbook and Guide: 100+ Delicious Recipes and Parenting Tips for Raising Vegan Babies and Toddlers
By Ashley Nsonwu
Learn how to make nutritious vegan food that babies and toddlers will love with this cookbook by Ashley Nsonwu. It includes shopping lists, nutrition guides, tips for raising compassionate vegan children, and more than 100 tasty family-friendly recipes.
By Marleen Visser
If you’re into the scratch-made kitchen trend, you’ll want to pick up Marleen Visser’s cookbook. It includes recipes for homemade vegan cheeses that don’t exploit cows, mayo made from aquafaba instead of eggs stolen from chickens, nut milks, and more.
By Toriano Gordon
Oakland, California, barbecue joint Vegan Mob is known for chef Toriano Gordon’s soul-food creations, and now he’s sharing his secrets to recreating these nostalgic flavors without harming animals. Try your hand at vegan brisket, La La Lumpia, and Mobby Fried Chicken—because cows, pigs, and chickens are individuals who deserve respect and don’t want to end up on your plate.
By Christine Wong
Christine Wong (@conscious_cooking) creates delicious and unique recipes inspired by Hong Kong’s cuisine, and she’s sharing some of these dishes in her cookbook The Vibrant Hong Kong Table. Sampan Congee, Snow Skin Mooncakes, and Curry “Fishballs” are a few examples of recipes featured in this book.
Looking for even more options? Check out this list of vegan cookbooks that came out in 2023.
And if you’re interested in learning more about how you can spare the lives of countless animals by going vegan, order a free vegan starter kit:
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