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DELICIOUS NEWS FOR VEGANS! The Complete Official Instant Pot® Cookbook The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook is your jam-packed, fully-authorized guide to vegan pressure cooking. Brimming with 101 mouthwatering whole food recipes meant to satisfy every palate, this book also features complete and detailed instructions to help you master vegan pressure cooking. Filled w DELICIOUS NEWS FOR VEGANS! The Complete Official Instant Pot® Cookbook The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook is your jam-packed, fully-authorized guide to vegan pressure cooking. Brimming with 101 mouthwatering whole food recipes meant to satisfy every palate, this book also features complete and detailed instructions to help you master vegan pressure cooking. Filled with useful tips and tricks for vegan pressure cooking, this book shows you how to keep your Instant Pot clean, why pressure cooking is great for vegans, what accessories you need in your kitchen, how to avoid common mistakes, and more. The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook includes: FRESH AND TASTY RECIPES—From Maple Morning Millet to Chickpea Kale Korma, savor 101 healthy, plant-based vegan recipes—no processed substitutes needed. EASY INSTRUCTIONS—Take the guesswork out of vegan pressure cooking with instructions that use exact Instant Pot settings, including the Porridge, Slow Cooker, and Sauté functions. MASTER YOUR PRESSURE COOKER—Get the most out of your Instant Pot thanks to feature guides, maintenance instructions, handy shortcuts, and more. The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook gives you vegan pressure cooking without the pressure.


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DELICIOUS NEWS FOR VEGANS! The Complete Official Instant Pot® Cookbook The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook is your jam-packed, fully-authorized guide to vegan pressure cooking. Brimming with 101 mouthwatering whole food recipes meant to satisfy every palate, this book also features complete and detailed instructions to help you master vegan pressure cooking. Filled w DELICIOUS NEWS FOR VEGANS! The Complete Official Instant Pot® Cookbook The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook is your jam-packed, fully-authorized guide to vegan pressure cooking. Brimming with 101 mouthwatering whole food recipes meant to satisfy every palate, this book also features complete and detailed instructions to help you master vegan pressure cooking. Filled with useful tips and tricks for vegan pressure cooking, this book shows you how to keep your Instant Pot clean, why pressure cooking is great for vegans, what accessories you need in your kitchen, how to avoid common mistakes, and more. The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook includes: FRESH AND TASTY RECIPES—From Maple Morning Millet to Chickpea Kale Korma, savor 101 healthy, plant-based vegan recipes—no processed substitutes needed. EASY INSTRUCTIONS—Take the guesswork out of vegan pressure cooking with instructions that use exact Instant Pot settings, including the Porridge, Slow Cooker, and Sauté functions. MASTER YOUR PRESSURE COOKER—Get the most out of your Instant Pot thanks to feature guides, maintenance instructions, handy shortcuts, and more. The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook gives you vegan pressure cooking without the pressure.

30 review for The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook: 101 Delicious Whole-Food Recipes for your Pressure Cooker

  1. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    I requested a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was denied. I am reviewing the book anyway on Goodreads and Facebook. #yourloss :-) I BOUGHT it on Amazon as my job revolves around healthy food, researching food/recipes, food deserts, community kitchens (so everything about food) AND literacy. DELICIOUS NEWS FOR VEGANS! The Complete Official Instant Pot® Cookbook The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook is your jam-packed, fully-authorized gu I requested a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was denied. I am reviewing the book anyway on Goodreads and Facebook. #yourloss :-) I BOUGHT it on Amazon as my job revolves around healthy food, researching food/recipes, food deserts, community kitchens (so everything about food) AND literacy. DELICIOUS NEWS FOR VEGANS! The Complete Official Instant Pot® Cookbook The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook is your jam-packed, fully-authorized guide to vegan pressure cooking. Brimming with 101 mouthwatering whole food recipes meant to satisfy every palate, this book also features complete and detailed instructions to help you master vegan pressure cooking. Filled with useful tips and tricks for vegan pressure cooking, this book shows you how to keep your Instant Pot clean, why pressure cooking is great for vegans, what accessories you need in your kitchen, how to avoid common mistakes, and more. The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook includes: FRESH AND TASTY RECIPES—From Maple Morning Millet to Chickpea Kale Korma, savour 101 healthy, plant-based vegan recipes—no processed substitutes needed. EASY INSTRUCTIONS—Take the guesswork out of vegan pressure cooking with instructions that use exact Instant Pot settings, including the Porridge, Slow Cooker, and Sauté functions. MASTER YOUR PRESSURE COOKER—Get the most out of your Instant Pot thanks to feature guides, maintenance instructions, handy shortcuts, and more. The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook gives you vegan pressure cooking without the pressure. I live via my Instant Pot, especially in the summer when it does not raise the temperature of the kitchen a single degree - and what better time to enjoy local produce in said InstantPot? The recipes are well written and most recipes can easily have meat or dairy or eggs added to them if you are going vegetarian or omnivore. (Life is better with cheese, vegan or dairy!) I am really glad that I bought the book as I am going to find myself cooking my way through it starting tonight! As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by Millennials on Instagram and Twitter) so let's give it 🍏🍅🥕🍄🥑 #TheCompleteVeganInstantPotCookbook

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aimee

    Full disclosure: I received a review copy of the e-book version of this cookbook. However, I liked it so much, I also ordered the hard copy when it is released. I am in love with my Instant Pot, and have been for several years. I am also a vegan, for over 7 years, and the IP is a godsend for meal prep. This is the 4th IP cookbook I own, and while they all have their merits, this one is definitely one of my favorites. First and foremost, I LOVE that the nutritional information is included for eac Full disclosure: I received a review copy of the e-book version of this cookbook. However, I liked it so much, I also ordered the hard copy when it is released. I am in love with my Instant Pot, and have been for several years. I am also a vegan, for over 7 years, and the IP is a godsend for meal prep. This is the 4th IP cookbook I own, and while they all have their merits, this one is definitely one of my favorites. First and foremost, I LOVE that the nutritional information is included for each recipe. That is rare to find in some of the cookbooks that are based on whole foods, because the belief is that if you're eating whole foods, you don't have to count calories. Well, this fat vegan does! So, I appreciate that information being included so I can map out my calories and macros for the day and make sure I'm hitting all my goals. Secondly, the recipes in this book are incredibly simple, and incredibly tasty. I have not tried them all, but I have tried a few and been very happy with the results. The Healthy-Yet Tasty Oats are perfect! I've always had difficulty making steel cut oats that I will actually eat (I know they're better for me, but sometimes they're just not as convenient as rolled oats). Every other IP recipe I've come across for steel cut oats has been an overnight oats kind of recipe, where you cook them and then leave them to sit in the pot overnight. Um, hello, food safety! No thank you! These were creamy, with just the right amount of bite, and made for a perfect breakfast. I think my favorite recipe so far has been the German Vegetable Salad. As a German myself, I know this is considered blasphemy, but I was never a fan of German potato salad, even in my pre-vegan days. This recipe, however, has made me a lover of hot potatoes with a vinegary dressing. It is tasty and comforting, with the right hints of smokiness from the tempeh bits, the bite from the dressing, and the tasty potatoes, brussels sprouts, and onions. I can definitely see this one becoming a regular in my rotation. Judging by those two recipes, I am excited to jump into more of them, including, but not limited to: Savory Tofu & Potato Casserole, Cinnamon Apple Porridge, Lemon Ginger Asparagus (might be making that tonight!), Ginger Beet Hummus, Mom's Corn Chowder (who doesn't love a good corn chowder?), Mediterranean Lentils, Smoky Butternut Lentils, Red Thai Curry Cauliflower, Deconstructed Cabbage Rolls, Thanksgiving Bowl, and for dessert, the Bourbon Apple Crisp and Cinnamon Coconut Rice Pudding. Yum! I do not use oil in my cooking, and the recipes in this book do call for oil in quite a few of them, but I have found that it is easy to eliminate the oil or sub with water or broth when sauteing. Overall, this is one of the books that will stay in my rotation, alongside How Not to Die, Thug Kitchen, and Isa Does It. If you have an IP, you need this book!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay Nixon

    I'll go ahead and copy my review for "The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook: 101 Delicious Whole-Food Recipes for your Pressure Cooker" here since it applies as well. As an upside: it did have a very comprehensive information section about the IP. On the downside, I didn't want to make any of the recipes. --- This book has fully convinced me that you can't "cook" in a pressure cooker or expect one to make dinner easier or faster. That is, it's not a "fix it and forget it" appliance and -in general I'll go ahead and copy my review for "The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook: 101 Delicious Whole-Food Recipes for your Pressure Cooker" here since it applies as well. As an upside: it did have a very comprehensive information section about the IP. On the downside, I didn't want to make any of the recipes. --- This book has fully convinced me that you can't "cook" in a pressure cooker or expect one to make dinner easier or faster. That is, it's not a "fix it and forget it" appliance and -in general- it's not really useful for "cooking" if you're vegan/vegetarian (there might be more options if you eat meat or fish). I suppose soup and steel-cut oatmeal might be the two exceptions. A pressure cooker is, however, an extremely useful tool for making "main ingredients" passively. I use my electric PC (Cuisinart) nearly every day to make beans from scratch, brown rice (I freeze 1 c portions for quick microwaving on demand), potatoes, hard squash (eg acorn, butternut), kale, broth, marinara, and a few other staple things. To that extent, you can make flavored "side dishes" of those staples in a PC (e.g. veggie fried rice, broth-based soup, mashed potatoes/potato salad, baked beans) For actual "cooking" though, it is almost always easier/faster (and with less cleanup) for me to make the same dish on the stove. However, in the hot summer months, I will often use my PC like a portable "stove" to make meals because it doesn't heat up my house like my gas range does. Still, it is more effort and more time to do it this way but... AC bills. (My cooking cheat/hack below.) This cookbook more or less proves my point. Most of the recipes could be prepared on the stove in less time and with less effort/more ease. Many of the recipes also require other appliances or pots/pans/blender, etc. to execute So it's not a "one-pot" wonder situation. A few recipes also require you to purchase the pricey "accessory" packs for your pressure cooker. I don't need any more gadgets/things. The recipes are meals you probably already have a recipe for. (Assuming you've been on the internet/bought a cookbook/magazine before). Lots of oatmeal, potato hash, lemon asparagus, hummus, beets, carrot soup, veggie noodle soup, split pea, potato leek soup, minestrone, chili, black eans, lentils, cilatnro lime rice, coconut rice, risotto, korma, lasagna, sloppy joes, tomato basil pasta, fruit crisp, rice pudding, broth. FYI You don't need a special "PC" recipe; you can adapt your beloved "stove" recipes to "PC" recipes easily but remember that it will not be as quick as the stove. However, you COULD walk away briefly (you can't walk away from food on the stove) so that trade-off may be good for you--though don't walk too far because if you forget to relieve the pressure you'll have a pot of mush !! To do my cheat: use saute' setting then pressure cook 1-minute ( or 2), quick release OR just use the warm/slow cook/simmer function to continue "stove cooking" until your food is tender/cooked. You can cook pasta with sauce and 1/4 cup water in it too, about 2 minutes' release. If this intimidates you, the pasta recipes in this book can help you get comfortable. Bottom line: if you're "shopping for a solution" for your dinner struggle, a PC isn't going to help you. It will only help people who are already used to doing a lot of cooking already and also are into cooking their own "basic" things like beans from scratch.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    Originally published on my blog: Nonstop Reader. The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook is a new collection of 101 plant based vegan friendly recipes written for the Instant Pot pressure cooker. Released 30th April 2019 by Rockridge press, it's 190 pages and available in paperback and ebook formats. Author Barb Musick is a lifestyle blogger and writer with a very encouraging 'you can do it' style. She admits to not really learning to cook before she was in her 30s, so there's maybe still hop Originally published on my blog: Nonstop Reader. The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook is a new collection of 101 plant based vegan friendly recipes written for the Instant Pot pressure cooker. Released 30th April 2019 by Rockridge press, it's 190 pages and available in paperback and ebook formats. Author Barb Musick is a lifestyle blogger and writer with a very encouraging 'you can do it' style. She admits to not really learning to cook before she was in her 30s, so there's maybe still hope for me. There are a lot of reasons to incorporate more plant based food in our diets; guarding our resources for future generations, living more simply, health and well-being, as well as philosophical reasons, not to mention taste. Using a pressure cooker can be a time-saving device but even better, it's generally a much less 'hands on' process. You can set the ingredients on the proper cooking program and walk away. I'm -not- a gifted cook and it really is that simple. The included recipes are made with easily sourced ingredients and the instructions are crystal clear and easy to follow. The photography is not abundant; most of the recipes are not illustrated, but the photographs which are included are clear and well done. The introductory chapters (10% of the page content) are devoted to an explanation of the instant pot and what it does. The recipes which follow are arranged thematically: breakfasts, appetizers (and side dishes), soups/stews, legumes and grains, main dishes, desserts, and kitchen staples (stocks, etc). Each recipe includes an intro with recipe special features such as nut-free, gluten-free, etc. There is an introduction with other info such as portion control and yields followed by highlighted sidebars with prep-time estimates, cooking settings, and other info. The recipes' ingredients lists are provided with English/American measurements. Metric/SI measurements are not included in the individual recipes (there's a conversion table in the appendices). The links and recipe ingredients are slanted toward the North American reader, but can be sourced relatively easily in other areas of the world with an internet search. More difficult to source outside North America would be the actual Instant Pot itself. The ebook version includes an interactive table of contents Possibly worth noting for Kindle Unlimited subscribers, this cookbook is included in the KU subscription library. There's also an interactive resource links list (slanted toward readers in North America). The chapter subheadings are also linked for easily paging back and forth to other areas of the book. We tried out Gobi Masala (Cauliflower curry), Kimchi Pasta (Korean/Italian fusion), and Korean Barbecue Chickpea Tacos (more fusion food). They were all tasty, but possibly a bit adventuresome for my family. We do love Korean and Italian and Southwestern cooking, just possibly not together. The portions were also slightly smaller than my family are used to, I cook for 5 and 2 of them are skinny athletic adult males with hummingbird metabolisms who can pack away food like crazy. It's not an insurmountable problem, but some portions will have to be adapted or compensated for with an extra side dish or more salad. Three and a half stars because I really felt the lack of sufficient photography very keenly, rounded up to 4 for the completeness of the instructions and cooking settings and the author's overall supportive and encouraging writing style. Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sascha

    So, I still have not bought an Instant Pot®. I think I’ve been waiting for complete proof that one would be useful for me. I have a small kitchen (which is stupid considering that I love to cook) with not much counter/storage space so do I really need another gadget? Thanks to Barb Musick’s The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook, I may just be convinced. I love that Musick offers lots hints and thoughts on using the Instant Pot® before ever presenting the recipes. If you’re new this gadget, the So, I still have not bought an Instant Pot®. I think I’ve been waiting for complete proof that one would be useful for me. I have a small kitchen (which is stupid considering that I love to cook) with not much counter/storage space so do I really need another gadget? Thanks to Barb Musick’s The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook, I may just be convinced. I love that Musick offers lots hints and thoughts on using the Instant Pot® before ever presenting the recipes. If you’re new this gadget, the suggestions and warnings will be beyond helpful. As for the recipes, most of them seem very tasty and I’m especially appreciative of the number of southwestern recipes since I’m a fan of chiles, beans, cilantro and, well, the whole cuisine. I was less fond of the ubiquitous sweet potato. As I mentioned in another cookbook review in the past year, I like sweet potatoes…infrequently. Unlike white potatoes, sweet potatoes are…well…sweet. The longer you cook them, the sweeter they become and in a savory dish, that’s just not what I’m looking for. Not that they don’t have their place in something like Caribbean pepper pot (that recipe is not in this book, btw) in which the heat of Scotch bonnets and the sweetness of the potato mesh. The sections on the bean recipes and the rice recipes won me over. These are dishes that I can imagine cooking over and over and using an Instant Pot® for. These are the staples of the vegan/vegetarian diet and Musick has made them healthy and tasty. There were recipes that I’m not certain an Instant Pot® is useful for, particularly salsa. I’m a purist with regards to salsa. Veggies should be cut, combined, and served with no cooking so that the salsa tastes fresh. Likewise, I wasn’t enamored with the mushroom gravy, which I do make from scratch and find that long sauteeing of the mushrooms creates the flavor without adding a bunch of other ingredients beyond flour or cornstarch and broth and maybe some tarragon. Many of the breakfast recipes and other recipes incorporating tempeh, I want to sample and possibly add to my rotation. These sound delicious and considering the amount of protein would be welcome addition. I also need to try the Cashew Sour Cream. I highly recommend The Complete Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook if you are a vegan and have an Instant Pot®. If you’re on the fence as I have been, this cookbook might just convince you to get an Instant Pot®. I’d also recommend this for Instant Pot® owners who are looking to add more meatless meals to their rotation as well. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Denise Lindom

    I LOVE this book! I've had an electric pressure cooker for years, but struggled to find good vegan recipes for it. This is full of great easy recipes for any weeknight, or when I'm too tired to be in the kitchen for very long. And I really love that the recipes were tested at higher altitude so I know they will work for Colorado. Don't worry flatlanders, she has adjusted cooking times for you too.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Deanna

    I haven't made anything from this book yet, but man am I excited to. 😍 I've read through the whole thing and page after page I was intrigued. Also loved the layouts and pictures with easy step by step guides. Sometimes things get routine and boring and you feel like there's not a lot of options for you, but this book was new and refreshing. Loved!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Zoe

    I’ve been Vegan for a few months and had my Instant Pot for a few months more and this cookbook is the best I’ve found for either. Every recipe I’ve made has turned out deliciously, and most of them have become dishes that I make again and again. The recipes don’t call for hard to source ingredients either, which I really appreciate!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shelley Quezada

    Are you a huge Instant Pot fan and looking for new recipes? this new cookbook is filled with creative recipes that are great for vegans and non vegans alike. After a quick review of tips about how to make the Instant Pot work for you, the author outlines an array of Instant Breakfasts, Appetizers, Soups, and Bean and Grain based recipes to tempt every eater. Especially useful is a little chart for each recipe that outlines Prep time, Cooking Settings, Release time making it easy to figure out wh Are you a huge Instant Pot fan and looking for new recipes? this new cookbook is filled with creative recipes that are great for vegans and non vegans alike. After a quick review of tips about how to make the Instant Pot work for you, the author outlines an array of Instant Breakfasts, Appetizers, Soups, and Bean and Grain based recipes to tempt every eater. Especially useful is a little chart for each recipe that outlines Prep time, Cooking Settings, Release time making it easy to figure out when dinner will be on the table. For meatless Mondays and other days of the week when you want to whip up a quick and delicious meal, this book is a solid addition to help me use my favorite new kitchen tool.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rachel DeVaughn

    Now that I have an Instant Pot, I've been looking for some easy recipes to try. The author begins by talking about the benefits of pressure cooking, common mistakes, and best foods for pressure cooking. The book is divided up into recipes chapters like like breakfast, soups/stews/chilis, treats/sweets/desserts/ vegetable mains, etc. Since this is a vegan recipe book there were alot of recipes my family wasn't interested in (I was!) so the breakfast section is the one we plan on using the most fro Now that I have an Instant Pot, I've been looking for some easy recipes to try. The author begins by talking about the benefits of pressure cooking, common mistakes, and best foods for pressure cooking. The book is divided up into recipes chapters like like breakfast, soups/stews/chilis, treats/sweets/desserts/ vegetable mains, etc. Since this is a vegan recipe book there were alot of recipes my family wasn't interested in (I was!) so the breakfast section is the one we plan on using the most from this book. I received a copy of this book complimentary for blog and social media review. All opinions are my own.

  11. 5 out of 5

    R FITZPATRICK

    The best vegan instant pot cookbook EVER Timings are perfect. Far less than any other book I have read and thus produce brilliantly cooked veg. Thank you as I’ve never felt compelled to review a cook book before

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Strand

    This book was filled with some amazing and easy looking recipes. 101 mouth watering recipes to be exact. I cannot wait to make all of them! The layout is wonderful and so easy to navigate and theres just so much of everything. This book will be a regular for me for sure!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Heather Mellars

    Basic info very well explained Fantastic and clear. All the basic stuff you need to know. Should be given to everyone who buys one. Recommended!😊

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cozy Cat Reviews

    Thank you to the publisher and to Net Galley for the opportunity to read this fabulous cookbook ! I was recently gifted a Instant Pot and this cookbook came just in time for its arrival ! I have since experimented with several recipes and loved each one. As a vegan new to the Insta Pot I found this a excellent guide to both usage of the Insta Pot and recipes. The author categorizes each type of possible cooking per chapter in a sensible easy to follow manner. If your a cook photos are not neede Thank you to the publisher and to Net Galley for the opportunity to read this fabulous cookbook ! I was recently gifted a Instant Pot and this cookbook came just in time for its arrival ! I have since experimented with several recipes and loved each one. As a vegan new to the Insta Pot I found this a excellent guide to both usage of the Insta Pot and recipes. The author categorizes each type of possible cooking per chapter in a sensible easy to follow manner. If your a cook photos are not needed and I did not miss them. What I wanted I found here without distracting photographs. As a real cook and a vegan it was imperative to me that my Insta Pot meals be healthy and nutritious. I found all the recipes here met my criteria. This is the definitive Insta Pot cookbook and one I will refer to time and time again.. Thank you for the opportunity to review this fabulous cookbook. I highly recommend this book for all who use a Insta Pot and all who are considering owning a Insta Pot.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    I can never pass up a vegan cookbook without at least taking a peek! Musick begins the book with information about using and maintaining an Instant Pot and gives plenty of tips for successful cooking. Then on to the recipes. These recipes range from super simple to more complex and include recipes inspired by various cultures for a nice range of tastes. The recipes are arranged by the typical categories: breakfasts, appetizers/starters/sides, soups/stews/chilis, beans/legumes/grains, vegetable m I can never pass up a vegan cookbook without at least taking a peek! Musick begins the book with information about using and maintaining an Instant Pot and gives plenty of tips for successful cooking. Then on to the recipes. These recipes range from super simple to more complex and include recipes inspired by various cultures for a nice range of tastes. The recipes are arranged by the typical categories: breakfasts, appetizers/starters/sides, soups/stews/chilis, beans/legumes/grains, vegetable mains, treats/sweets/desserts and stocks/sauces/staples. I haven't had a chance to try the recipes since I don't yet own an Instant Pot (or similar), but this cookbook does have me thinking again about possibly adding one to my kitchen. I find quite a few recipes of like to try out. Thank you to Callisto Media and NetGalley for the eARC in exchange for my honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Johanna Sawyer

    Thanks to the publisher for an ARC to read and give my honest opinion. So instant pots seem to be a guilty pleasure of mine and this was a very helpful guide. The book answers a bunch of questions you may have about your instapot , as well as functions and settings. Then it goes on to share yummy recipes with a vegan appetite. What did I like? The recipes were pretty standard vegan recipes and I’ve been curious about how to cook in the instapot. This was a pretty good guide and easy to follow rec Thanks to the publisher for an ARC to read and give my honest opinion. So instant pots seem to be a guilty pleasure of mine and this was a very helpful guide. The book answers a bunch of questions you may have about your instapot , as well as functions and settings. Then it goes on to share yummy recipes with a vegan appetite. What did I like? The recipes were pretty standard vegan recipes and I’ve been curious about how to cook in the instapot. This was a pretty good guide and easy to follow recipes. If you are a vegan dish lover and just bought an instapot then this book would be a must have. Would I buy this book? Yes, it’s an all inclusive guide to a vegan instapot cookbook. Thoughts for the author? One thing I always hate about cookbooks is that they never offer enough pictures... my only downside on your cookbook.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Barb

    As the author of this cookbook, I'm almost certainly the only person who has made every single recipe (At least so far! Let me know if you've made your way through the whole thing!) and of course, I love them all. That said, I can definitely name some favorites: Creamy Veggie Risotto, Mushroom Kale Stroganoff, Mom's Corn Chowder, Bourbon Apple Crisp, and BOTH of the red pasta sauces! I tried to keep these recipes simple, with easy-to-find ingredients, and I hope you all enjoy them. Thank you!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Houle

    Even as a non-vegan the collection of recipes in this cookbook added a large variety of recipes that interested us. 101 recipes are labeled with nutritional values and with tags of "nut free", "soy free", etc. Easy to follow and unlike almost all vegan cookbooks I've encountered, a vast majority of the recipes are also budget friendly. As cost is one of the issues in our house in regards to eating healthier, this was critical to me.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mary C

    Nice recipes, clear and easy to follow I found several recipes I am excited to try as well as some good, basic information about using the Instant Pot. The book is well written, easy to follow and provides clear instructions as well as a recommended list of staples. I was pleased to learn that many of the recipes call for little of no oil.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    I warn you! Don't use this book! I tried mushroom stroganoff, released pressure, and liquid spewed all over my cabinets and countertop. It was way too much, would NOT recommend!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jo

    Pretty basic, so if you are completely new to cooking, plant-based AND Instant pot this might work for you. Anyone with any cooking experience at all will find it good for their kids, maybe?

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    Delicious, easy to make meals. My friend who is now dairy free (but still eats meat) mentioned frequently how much he missed eating corn chowder. I made him Mom’s Cord Chowder from this book and he LOVED IT! He said it was even better than he remembered.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Becky Richardson

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dana Sibley

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karen

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gregory J Jaworowski

  27. 5 out of 5

    robin tracy

  28. 5 out of 5

    Farmer

  29. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sherri Maxwell

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