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The 30-Minute Vegan: Over 175 Quick, Delicious, and Healthy Recipes for Everyday Cooking

3.9 of 5 stars 3.90  ·  rating details  ·  911 ratings  ·  23 reviews
Busy vegans, rejoice! award-winning husband and wife chefs/authors Reinfeld and Murray present 150 delicious, easy-to prepare recipes for everyday vegan cooking--all dishes that can be prepared in a half-hour.Sections include The Lighter Side of Life:
ebook, 377 pages
Published July 7th 2009 by Da Capo Press (first published June 16th 2009)
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May 26, 2010 Lauren rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Lauren by: Stacey Duke
Shelves: cooking, veggie
It's always a challenge to review cookbooks: one does not have to try every single recipe in the book to get the true essence of the recipes. Sometimes a good flip-through will do!

I got this book as a gift from a friend (a non-vegan, actually!) who bought it and enjoyed it enough to send me a copy. Thanks Stacey!

With 30-Minute in the title, you can surmise that the book is about convenience; about 85% of the recipes are raw, so with little to no cooking time, it is truly possible to make these
Ethical Cannibal
Mar 01, 2010 Ethical Cannibal rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: cooks
Recommended to Ethical by: library search
Shelves: cookbooks
I wasn't sure about this book at first because I like my cookbooks with big color pictures to show me what's being made. However, after looking through, I was won over bit by bit by a couple of factors.

This book is a really good starting point if you've never made vegan food before. There are a lot of recipes with common ingredients, and the recipes directions are complete and easy to follow, even if you're not an experienced cook. They include a lot of tips, such as how to remove the seeds fro
Nicole Wong
This was a fantastic vegan cookbook. I was plesently suprised by all of the raw and live recipes in the book. The recipes are healthy & easy. I bought this book on a whim, and have been very impressed by the content. I wish there was a picture for each recipe, but it does have a nice insert. The recipes themselves deserve five stars. Raw cinnamon rolls? How could I resist? I love how the raw recipes are designated with a little heart. For such a simple looking book it's got a wide variety of ...more
Pretty good cookbook. I like the ethos of this book - good quality vegan meals that can be knocked out in less than 30 minutes. One of the issue I have at the moment with a young family is making decent food quickly after work and before the little ones are bathed and in bed. We rarely eat processed food and I needed a shot of inspiration. This book gave it to me that's for sure.

I've tried a few recipes in here and I did do them all in 30 minutes. One of the good things about the book is that it
I like this cookbook. The recipes are interesting and easy -- a combination you don't find all the time. And the ingredients are pretty easy to source. I only wish it had lots of pictures.

Tomatillo salsa: Yum! We loved this raw salsa and it was ready in 5 minutes flat. I served it over rice and beans, and it gave it a nice little kick.

Tofu saag: I cubed and boiled potatoes to add to this recipe, and served it with basmati rice and dal. I honestly didn't eat it (wasn't feeling well), but Jeff rep
I just have this from the library, so don't have lots of time to try out the recipes, but it's not really my kind of cookbook. The blurb on the cover from an author of Skinny Bitch, which I think is terrible for people, probably put me into a mood to find the authors smug/diet-y, but there definitely are some recipes in here that sound good. If someone's looking for simple-ish raw or wheat-free recipes, this would probably be really good for hir, but for me there was nothing that really distingu ...more
Lori Goshert-shokirov
Soy sauce in hummus? REALLY? But other than that, there are a lot of nice recipes I'd like to try.
Didn't find too many recipes I wanted to try, but it's basically a good cookbook.
Many of the recipes looked good (especially the smoothies at the beginning!), but I don't think this is a MUST HAVE for me.
Thomas Fackler
This is a very good cookbook. Adding approximately 20% to the time-frame stated in the menu would be more accurate. The recipes are simple. Suggestions for replacements and additions to many recipes are given. For this book to be amazing it would have to have the meals ready for us when we get home from work - hence only 4 stars.
sara frances
Macaroni and Cheese (page 249) - had a pretty strong mustard taste to it. tasted quite a bit better after i threw in some soy sauce.

Mexican Tortilla Soup (page 163) - cheap and easy to make, yet it still tasted amazing! we just used water instead of veggie stock and it was plenty yummy!
I love this cookbook's focus on non-processed ingredients. I also appreciate the authors' suggestions for ways to change-up the recipes if you've got more time. Friendly tone throughout without being preachy - which I don't mind, but understand that others do. Good stuff!
Not the best book of ideas. A recipe for blending together blueberries, ginger, and apple for a smoothie is not something I couldn't have thought of myself. Maybe this would be good for someone who is new to cooking for themselves, but I didn't get anything new from it.
Borrowed this from a friend. Loved it so much, I bought it. This is another cookbook that helped my husband and I ease into the lifestyle. There are to many good recipes NOT to try in this book!!
This book has so many tasty and wonderful recipes. I am not a fast cook, but this book lives up to it's name!
Meat-eaters, when beef goes up to $1,000,000 per pound, call me. I gotcha covered with these awesome veg recipes.
Yay, I found this for $6. Looks like a lot of raw food, mostly. Ultra-healthy vegan stuff, y'know.
Susan Erhardt
Lots of easy-ish recipes without odd ingredients that I'd never use for anything else.
A lot of good recipes in this book. It's going on my wishlist!
Some tasty treats!
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Mark Reinfeld has been preparing inspired gourmet vegan and live food cuisine for over 15 years. He is the recipient of the 2006 Platinum Carrot Award for living foods – a national award given by the Aspen Center for Integral Health to America’s ‘Top Healthy Gourmet Chefs.’ Though his roots are in New York, he developed his love for World culture and cuisine while traveling through Europe, Asia, a ...more
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