Cookbook Giveaway: Vegan Caribbean and Rabbit Food

Cookbook Giveaway: Vegan Caribbean and Rabbit Food

Here are our winners! Thank you to everyone for the pictures, whether you pulled them off of the internet, they are yours, or your foster pets. I spent a good chunk of my night/morning laughing and gushing. As usual, i’m glad I use a random number generator to pick people because if I had to pick the best picture, I would be here all day deciding!

Stacey wins Rabbit Food for sharing her diabetic cats, Pekoe and Larry with us.
Amanda wins Caribbean Vegan with this baby hedgehog in a coffee cup.

I will email you shortly!

I don’t know about you, but I am a cookbook hoarder collector. Which is funny, because i’m not much for meal planning or recipe following. So for me, cookbooks are a thing to read and look at, and since there are so many vegan cookbooks out these days, I kind of have high standards. I will pretty much never buy a book without photos (except zines/DIY books), and I prefer that they have a special angle to them. Like, I know how to make a bean burrito already.

Which is why i’m so glad that today we are giving away two beautiful books that are sure to be a great addition to anyone’s collection!

First up, we have Vegan Caribbean by Taymer Mason (giveaway courtesy of The Experiment). This book is full of beautiful photographs, authentic Caribbean cuisine (Taymer is from Barbados), and I can guarantee you will learn about new flavors and dishes with this book. Here are samples of some of the recipes that await you: Curried Potato Salad, West Indian Pumpkin Fritters, and something really exciting, Holiday Ham!

The second book is Rabbit Food by Beth A. Barnett. This book is spiral bound, full of neat info like how to make your own grocery bag and some food history, and a ton of adorable illustrations. Beth used to put out the book all by herself, but has recently passed production onto Sasquatch Publishing (who are sponsoring the giveaway), this brand spankin’ new edition has new recipes and updated resources, but is just as cute as before! Beth has up lots of pictures and some sample recipes here, you really need to check out the pictures to see how much effort she put into it. Also, check out her etsy shop for more handmade paper items.

Since these books are from separate publishers, Vegan Caribbean is US only, while Rabbit Food is open to US and Canada. To win, please state which book you would like, and then link me to picture of a cute animal, because I am running out of creative questions to ask you guys and I like cute animals. I will pick a winner tomorrow morning around 9 am CST.

97 thoughts on “Cookbook Giveaway: Vegan Caribbean and Rabbit Food

  1. Rabbit Food sounds awesome! Here is a picture of some baby kittens that were in a hostel I was staying in. It’s not shopped, things that adorable really exist!

  2. Is it still okay if I enter even though I am from India? ( I will give you a US address to ship it to if you pick me! haha)

    Anyway I was fostering two munchkins for two days and here is one of them!

    Her story is spectacular. She fell of the second floor of a building under construction and lost sensation on her hind feet. But that’s what everyone thought. After ten days she slowly started using her hind feet. She still wobbles around like a tiny drunkard, but give her a month and she will be able to catch up to her sibling!

  3. hi!,I really like your writing very so much! percentage we be in contact extra about your post on AOL? I need an expert in this house to unravel my problem. May be that is you! Looking forward to peer you.

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