Forks Over Knives Cookbook Recipe Review Round Up

I haven’t received my copy of our November VegCookbook, Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook, yet, so I rounded up a collection of other bloggers’ recipe reviews.

What did you VegCook this week?

If you can’t view the Forks Over Knives trailer at the top of the post, click here to view it on YouTube.

10 responses to “Forks Over Knives Cookbook Recipe Review Round Up

  1. I am loving this cookbook. The lentil chili is really good. I did, however, use regular salted Imagine no-chicken broth. The Spanish chickpea stew is also excellent. My 10 year old daughter told me it smelled like eggrolls when I was cooking for it. She even tried some and liked it.

    • HI Caroline,

      I’m so glad you’re enjoying the cookbook. I like the sound of a Spanish chickpea stew. Yum.

      My copy *still* hasn’t arrived. Boo hoo. I can’t wait to start cooking!

  2. Hi, I’m new here but was impressed with October/Chloe’s Kitchen. I’m going to try and follow along this month with the Forks Over Knives cookbook. So far I’ve made a smoothie and the no-cheese sauce.

    http://vegankind.blogspot.com/2012/11/joining-vegcookbook-club-for-november.html

    • Welcome, Lydia!

      The smoothie and no-cheese sauce on pizza both look fantastic! I shared your post and photos on the VegCookbook club Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/vegcookbookclub and on the VegCookbook Club Pinterest Board: http://pinterest.com/bbravo/vegcookbook-club/

      As a blogging coach (what I do for a living), I’d recommend that you turn on the sharing buttons for the bottom of each of your posts, so that it is easier for people to share your posts on social networks (:

      Here’s how:

      1. Go to Layout
      2. Click “edit” on the Blog Post” box
      3. Click the box that says, “Show Share buttons”
      4. Hit save.

  3. Thanks for the tip, Britt! I never would have found theses useful buttons.

  4. Finally got a recipe made~Kale Salad with Maple-Mustard Dressing.

  5. I’m on a soup kick. I made the Cream of Broccoli Soup. Extremely simple and tastes like it cooked all day. I really enjoyed it.

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