It's Time for Another Book Giveaway!

The winners have been chosen!

Becoming Vegan goes to:
Megan from Down Home Vegan who said:
Agreenerlife’s simple Whatever Soup reminded me how easy it is to whip up a quick pot of veggie soup.
http://www.agreenerlife.org/2010/11/whatever-soup/

Speed Vegan goes to machopineapple from Macho Pineapple who said:
It’s hard to go wrong with curry: http://orangeandginger.blogspot.com/2010/11/unconventional-curry.html

Congratulations!! Please email VeganMoFoBlog@gmail.com with your names and addresses!

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Thanks again to the amazing generosity of the folks at the Book Publishing Company, we are hosting one more book giveaway. Even if you don’t win, you might want to consider buying or gifting any of their awesome selection of vegan books.

Becoming Vegan by Brenda Davis, R.D. and Vesanto Melina, M.S., R.D.

Written by two experienced dietitians, this book will help new vegans on their path, or those who might be struggling find their way. It covers a wide variety of topics, including tips for athletes and people in all stages of life–from infants to more mature adults. I think it would be a great reference for anyone on or considering a vegan diet!

Speed Vegan by Alan Roettinger

Speed Vegan Cookbook

This book shows us that quick food doesn’t have to mean fast food. Alan Roettinger helps us create delicious, quick, and satisfying meals in less time than it takes to pick up carryout. Dishes include Leek and Cauliflower Soup, Hot Eggplant and Seitan Open-face Sandwich, and Minted Chocolate Dream. Yes, please!!

One copy of each book is up for grabs. Please leave a comment linking to one of your favorite quick and easy MoFo recipes!

We’ll pick two winners at random, around 10:00 PM EST. Sorry folks, but this contest is limited to those with U.S. addresses only.

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About Luciana

I love travel, writing, cooking, baking, and the worldwide vegan community. I live in the exurbs of DC with my husband, dog, and two mischievous cats.

29 Responses to It's Time for Another Book Giveaway!

  1. celyn says:

    Flyawayvegan’s pörkölt looks incredibly easy and delicious to me!

  2. Megan says:

    Desdemona posted this recipe for stewed apples today and I need an excuse to make it immediately! http://elizaveganpage.blogspot.com/2010/11/simple-stewed-apples.html

  3. Jason says:

    Tahinitoo’s Pumpkin Seed Potato Bread. I’ve made it twice so far and it’s not un-awesome.
    http://tahinitoo.wordpress.com/2010/11/05/d-is-for-dangerous-seedy-potato-bread/

  4. Lizzie says:

    These butterflake rolls may not seem quick and easy, but they were surprisingly simple given the end result (and darn tasty!!) http://www.inspiredeats.com/vegan-butterflake-rolls/

  5. dannibazaar says:

    I loved the soft curd soy cheese from the I-40 Kitchen! It’s a fantastic recipe! http://i-40kitchen.blogspot.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-day-16-soft-curd-fat-free.html

  6. Janey says:

    I loved eating Vegan Mouse’s calzones made with puff pastry, Gimme Lean vegan sausage, mushrooms & Daiya cheese. It’s the perfect combination of satisfying yummy!

    http://theveganmouse.blogspot.com/

  7. I’m liking anything hearty and savory. The only thing this pic is missing is a gravy.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/henryherbert/5207744757/in/pool-528951@N24/

    Loaf. Plain and simple and Spartan

  8. kspar66 says:

    Mmmm sweet garlicky red chili americanized chinese homemade takeout..Vegan Aide offers a delish recipe for General Tso’s that looks as succinct as it does succulent.
    http://weeklyveganmenu.blogspot.com/2010/11/suma-veggie-cafe-mofo-12.html

  9. Jessica says:

    This is a meal that caught my eye as a good looking, simple dish. Mushrooms, tofu, and bok choy – no detailed recipe necessary!
    http://www.itaintmeatbabe.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-comfort-food-goes.html

  10. Megan says:

    Agreenerlife’s simple Whatever Soup reminded me how easy it is to whip up a quick pot of veggie soup.

    http://www.agreenerlife.org/2010/11/whatever-soup/

  11. Pupcake says:

    I absolutely positively cannot wait to make this Instant Mac & Cheese Mix so that whenever I want it, I have my most favorite comfort food on earth.

    http://windycityvegan.wordpress.com/2010/11/09/recipe-instant-mac-cheese-mix/

  12. Cindy says:

    I picked this tofu recipe because it looks and sounds yummy! I’ll bet the tofu could be made ahead and reheated. Bonus points.. blogger is in Baltimore! my town!

    http://veganepicurean.blogspot.com/2010/11/vegan-mofo-242-tamarind-orange-and.html

  13. pdxyogini says:

    We’ve loaned our copy of ‘Becoming Vegan’ out a few times; what a great resource! I may be starting work with a longer commute so we were just looking at ‘Speed Vegan’ and have it on our wishlist!

    We’re big fans of Asian inspired dishes and the simple sesame soba noodle dish at ‘On Cardamon and Cast Iron’ is a great, different take on the types of dishes I like to make myself:

    http://cardamomandcastiron.wordpress.com/2010/11/01/simple-sesame-soba-noodles/

  14. dawnieq says:

    As if we needed more desserts in my house…but really vegan creme brulee? Need I say more?
    http://www.vegancooking.com/recipes/desserts/vegan-holiday-spiced-creme-brulee/

  15. Sherry says:

    I saw this recipe today and almost freaked out. Brilliant. It is for Vegan Cheesecake with Grey Sea Salt Caramel.
    http://newvegantable.com/2010/11/basic-vegan-cheesecake-with-earl-grey-salt-caramel/

  16. Elisabeth says:

    There are so many wonderful looking Vegan MoFo recipes that sound delicious. There some some quick and easy that I am going to make soon, but I haven’t made any super quick recipe from any Vegan MoFo Blogs yet. I made some amazing recipes from several blogs that were delicious, but not quick. Since this contest is about quick and easy, I have to link to my blog for a super quick and easy beanylicious dip http://czechvegan.blogspot.com/2010/11/beanylicious-dip.html

  17. Alana says:

    I just made the ppk Seitan o Greatness as part of our Thanksgiving meal. I wondered why I’ve waited so long, I can see this becoming a mealtime staple.

    http://www.postpunkkitchen.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=15959

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