Book Love: The Vegan Slow Cooker

Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker: 200 Ultra-Convenient,
Super-Tasty, Completely Animal-Free Recipes.
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Crock-pots are not just for pot roast anymore.

A lot has changed in the years since crock-pots first hit the scene in the 70s, when our mothers and

grandmothers used to use their trusty avocado green or harvest gold crock-pots to cook tough cuts

of meat or to make beef stew.

Nowadays, talented chefs and cookbook authors have taken crock-pot cuisine to a whole new place.

Today, delectable plant-based recipes for crock-pot soups, stews, curries, casseroles, breads, party dips,

desserts, and more, are almost commonplace.

And veteran restaurant chef, cooking teacher, and acclaimed writer, Robin Robertson does a masterful

job of demystifying the craft of creating delicious, plant-based, vegan crock-pot cuisine in her cookbook,

“Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker: 200 Ultra-Convenient, Super-Tasty, Completely 

Animal-Free Recipes”.

As the author aptly notes…

“The irresistible appeal of a slow-cooker is its

convenience and simplicity.

Turn it on, and it cooks dinner while you do other things.

You have no pot to watch. It doesnt burn or spill over.

Just set it and let it do its work.


“Next thing you know, your kitchen smells heavenly,

like a home-cooked meal, and you feel like your

personal chef did all the work.”

Robin Robertson

“Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker” contains more than 200 recipes using only

plant-based ingredients.

Most of us know that a slow-cooker is perfect for cooking beans, soups, and stews,

but you’ll discover a whole new “slow-cooking world” in this marvelous book.

Did you know that you can make pizza in a slow cooker?

I didn’t !

You can even make delicious bread, marmalade and cheesecake.

“As I’ve explored new ways to use the slow-cooker

for plant-based meals, I’ve been continually amazed

at the effectiveness of slow cookers for vegan recipes.


“Over the years, I have developed scores of new recipes

and explored the worlds cuisines to discover more creative

ways to prepare food using the slow-cooker method.”

Robin Robertson

Prep It & Forget, It Vegan Style

Book Love: Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker

“Fresh from a Vegan Slow Cooker” makes plant-based slow cooking easy and delicious.

The author’s simple to follow instructions make cooking a variety of vegan recipes in a

slow cooker “a piece of cake”.

This easy to use cookbook includes something “plant-based” for everyone:

*Basic information, tips and pointers for using your slow cooker effectively

*100% plant-based recipes

*Breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes

*Appetizers and condiments

*Main dishes

*Stuffed vegetables

*Braised vegetable dishes

*Comforting casseroles

*Rich risottos

*Baked potatoes

*Hearty soups, stews and chilis

*Breads and other “baked” goods

*Dips, snacks, pates

*Cakes and other desserts

*Hot drinks

and more…

A Love Affair with Slow Cooking

The author makes sure to offer gluten-free, soy-free, or low fat recipes.

Fan favorites include “Rustic Potpie Topped with Chive Biscuits” , Wine Braised Seitan,

Cremini Mushrooms and Stuffed Kabocha Squash–just to name a few.

And one of many happy reviewers, wrote:

“This book has spawned a love affair

between me and my slow cooker!

How amazing is it to have dinner

waiting for you when you

get home from work?! “

What’s more, if you’re new to the idea of vegan/vegetarian cooking, this cookbook can help

ease the transition to meatless meals with scrumptious recipes for things like onion soup,

borscht, African peanut stew, bruschetta, vegan pates and more.

So pick up this cookbook,

pick a recipe and just 

 “prep it and forget about it”

for a few hours.

See if you agree that “Fresh from a Vegan Slow-Cooker”, elevates vegan slow-cooking to

a higher level.

Click Below to Buy the Book

Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker: 200 Ultra-Convenient, Super-Tasty, Completely Animal-Free Recipes

Author: Robin Robertson

Print Length: 337 pages

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