PETA's Vegan College Cookbook: 275 Easy, Cheap, and Delicious Recipes to Keep You Vegan at School
Let PETA turn your dorm room or apartment into the campus destination for amazing vegan food! Inside are the 250 simplest, most scrumptious recipes for college vegans on a budget - and the best part is, the most complicated kitchenware you'll ever need is a microwave. With vegan recipes collected f...more
Not really. But still...
I'm not vegan, I'm slowly transitioning to being veget...more
OK, I get that most dorms don't have ovens or stoves, but some do, and many college aged students live off campus in apartments that have working appliances. There are plenty of easy to ma...more
Now I would consider this book less of a cookbook and more of an inspiration book for those times when your food creativity has run dry. yes there are a lot of faux meat recipes but part of this is convenience, and I find faux meat here on the cheap. And an entire brick of tofu for...more
I admit, when I got this cookbook I was so excited. I go off to college next fall and I'm going vegan for my New Year Resolution, so I thought this would really help.
I got this free from the peta2 Street Team. Thank God, because it would've been a waste of my money otherwise.
The concept is awesome. Cheap, vegan, and delicious food made in a microwave? That's everything a college student needs in life!
I mainly want to recommend this book because nearly every recipe in here is crazy crazy cheap and so so easy to cook. They can all be made with a microwave or at most...more
The main 'beef' I have with this book is that is also full of unhealthy vegan options, you are better off getting a cookbook full of vegan whole foods recipes. Eating nothing but fake cheese and fake meat is lazy.
The recipes are so basic that it’s a stretch to call them recipes at all. They are really just ideas for something to eat and can all be made in the microwave. Few of them have more than 4 ingredients and some of them, like “Sunday Morning Sausage in a Blanket” have two (vegan sausages and a can of refrigerated crescent rolls). Each reci...more
... dessert ideas were better with fresh fruit options (ahh, duh) but also lots of canned fruits.. its definitely a cookbook for the very lazy, unconscious vegan.. even if its design...more
Not actually useful if you're in college unless you're living off of your parents money.