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The Vegan Stoner Cookbook: 100 Easy Vegan Recipes to Munch
The Vegan Stoner Cookbook 100 Easy Vegan Recipes to Munch
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20 Reddit comments about The Vegan Stoner Cookbook: 100 Easy Vegan Recipes to Munch:

u/madjoy · 8 pointsr/vegetarian

I had a time when I was obsessssssed with their tofu corn salad and ate it basically every day for a while. So good!

thanks for the heads up!!

Edit: Here's the Amazon link to the cookbook. Seems like they're offering a Kindle edition too.

u/welcometomyparlour · 8 pointsr/veganrecipes
u/ararepupper · 7 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter

Used to live in an apartment block where I was friends with my neighbour who all smoked. I got into triathlons and switched to edibles to avoid destroying my lung capacity.

I started making the oatmeal chocolate chip cookies from this book with the herb oil recipe from this book. They were problematically delicious. One of the neighbours ate 2 because they were so good and we had to sit with him in the corner after it kicked in until he passed out.

If I ever have an edibles company (something I'd like to do after weed becomes legal in Canada), I'm going to package them in packets of 4; 1 THC cookie and 3 regulars. After a strong edible is when you need regular cookies the most.

u/SalutLeMonde · 3 pointsr/weddingplanning

Lol! WELL! I don't have a book, but there's a blog I like to read from time to time when I need good Lent options! And I think it's adorable and hilarious.

He has a cookbook ! lol

u/broccolicat · 3 pointsr/vegan

The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Joanne Stepaniak is a great book with tonnes of clever ideas and substitution advice, all of her books are pretty great. Vegan Richa's Indian Kitchen would be a great one as well, same with Bryant Terry's Afro Vegan. If you are looking for something easy and cutesy, the vegan stoner cookbook is a good bet too.

u/JMyers666 · 3 pointsr/vegan
u/bestdrest · 3 pointsr/veganfitness

I frequent the most probably. Matt has great running tips, recipes, etc. This simple recipe makes almonds x1000 times better. I tend to get tired of things pretty quickly too though, so I change up snacks often. And lazily, I also stack up on Clif bars whenever they go on sale and always have one in a desk drawer, glove box, back pocket.

I suck at cooking, so another favorite site is The Vegan Stoner. I'm not a stoner myself, but these recipes are generally very easy, although not always the healthiest. I have their cookbook and it is awesome.

And because I now feel a little guilty about suggesting couch food, two of the best resources that really inspired me were Rich Roll's podcast and book, and Brendan Brazier's Thrive Forward video series. The book really kickstarted everything for me, the podcast kept me interested, and the video series kept me informed while I trained. My only suggestion if you've never listened to Rich's podcast before is to check the show notes and check out episodes that you'll find interesting. As of late he's also gotten into a lot of spiritual and entrepreneurial guests, and those don't keep my interest as much as the veg athletes and physicians.

Best of luck! I went from couch slob to my April marathon in 10 months and am about to start training for a 50mi trail race. It's crazy what we're capable of with plants!

u/redisthecoolestcolor · 3 pointsr/vegan

I highly recommend the approach of, "Oh hey guys, so I'm going to try out vegetarianism for a while. I've looked around online and I've found some really interesting looking recipes that I thought we could try out as a group. Sound good?"

Easy. Don't make it a negative. You don't need anyone's approval!

Also, I highly recommend checking out The Vegan Stoner Cookbook (and also the related blog), The Minimalist Baker (her macaroni and cheese recipe is one of my all-time favorite things ever), and The Edgy Veg youtube channel.

Hope that helps!

u/phybron · 2 pointsr/vegan
u/needlecream · 2 pointsr/vegan
u/Lennon1990 · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndVegan
u/kahleesky · 2 pointsr/vegan

Get her the Vegan Stoner cookbook!

Also, if you do end up trying to make edibles, here's a good guide for making canna coconut oil. Once you've made the oil, you would then substitute it in any dessert recipe that calls for oil or butter.

u/JadedStar · 2 pointsr/vegan

When you said lazy I thought of the vegan stone cookbook.

The blog also has very easy recipes.

u/LoCelso4me · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy
  • Beans are cheap and healthy. Many of the packages have recipes.

  • Get you a box of S&B (or Vermont) Curry and make the recipe on the back. Add more veggies than they call for.

  • Vegan Stoner Cookbook is a good easy healthy place to start as well. Someone bought me a copy years ago and I still use it often for ideas & quick meals.

    I started cooking at your age using boxed dinners (adding extra ingredients) and looking on the back of packages. .
u/Zyphane · 1 pointr/vegetarian

These can't be the ten best cookbooks for vegetarian meals, because The Vegan Stoner Cookbook isn't on that list.

u/General_Tso_Tofu · 1 pointr/vegan

There are lots of quick and easy recipes in the Vegan Stoner Cookbook.

Most are 4-5-6 ingredient recipes that have many ingredients in common (maybe not as easy and lazy as you require, but you know...). Being a stoner not required! :)

u/verdantveins · 1 pointr/proED

There's this vegan cook book I know called "The Vegan Stoner" with quick, easily recipes. And I'm sure that they'd be pretty healthy things, like broccoli and carrots. It's a little bit pricey but it might help you on cutting cals when it comes to munchies :)

u/aelinhiril · 1 pointr/vegetarian