Title: A Southern Girl’s Guide to Plant-Based Eating
Author: Cametria Hill
Rating Out of 5: 4.5 (Amazing, but not quite perfect)
My Bookshelves: Cookbook
Dates read: 23rd May – 10th June 2021
Publisher: Sanctuary Publishers
5th sentence, 74th page: Remove from heat.
Discover how to put Southern soul into plant-based cooking!
A Southern Girl’s Guide to Plant-Based Eating: Recipes from The Vegan Soul That Won’t Make You Go Broke will help guide your transition to plant-based eating and vegan living through dozens of Southern-infused recipes that will satisfy your soul.
You’ll find cooking tips, the low-down on food alternatives, a jumpstart week of meals for those new to plant-based eating, recipes for kitchen aces, tips for eating out, and much, much more!
If you want to learn how to cook like grandma & ‘nem vegan style, then Cametria’s got your back!
This is my first cookbook review, so im honestly not sure how it should go… I mean, I haven’t really tried any of the recipes, ao i can’t tell you how good they are. And I feel like I should cook them ALL to write a review. But then I realise that that would take a LOT of time and I probably won’t WANT to cook every single recipe…
The part of this cookbook that I love the most though, is the fact that it doesn’t just read like a recipe book. The first third is, in fact prose. Hill writes about her own journey to veganism. She writes about what vegan versus a plant-based diet is. And just generally introduces you to this world in a way that is incredibly approachable.
As a vegetarian, this is the perfect book to add to my shelves. And I can’t wait to try out the vegan aioli recipe… that just looks delicious!!! I also want to try and eat vegan as much as practical, either the eventual goal to go 100% vegan. And I honestly think this will become a bit of a bible for me. Not only is it filled with recipes, but also flavour tips and good substitutions.
I’m so glad that I spent the money on this cookbook. And, as my first cookbook to review, I think this was a fantastic start… although, now I just want to eat all of the recipes, without actually taking the time to cook them…