Dietary, ethical, economic, religious, environmental – there are a number of reasons why people choose to eat vegetarian. Millions around the world are doing it. And, as any vegetarian will attest, eliminating meat from your diet need not mean reducing deliciousness. On the contrary, vegetarian cooking can open whole new realms of ingredients and flavour combinations. Here are some cookbooks that will help you do exactly that.
Hugely anticipated follow-up to 2009's bestselling Ottolenghi: The Cookbook, vegetarian recipes from chef and restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi
A beautiful collection of 100 simple, flavour-filled dishes that vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians will love.
A tasty guide to fresh and colourful food, this children's cookbook is full of fun and easy recipes, paired with fabulous facts about nutrition.
The good stuff has moved into the spotlight – vegies, grains and pulses are now the stars of the plate – and there's no better guide to this veg-led revolution than chef Simon Bryant.
Fast, easy, affordable vegan lunches - anytime, anywhere!
This beautiful book brings us more family-friendly, vegetarian cooking from Mary McCartney, as well as Mary's own gorgeous photographs, and this time it's all about special occasions - At My Table gives inspiring and approachable meat-free menu plans for any occasion
The hotly anticipated follow-up to 2010's bestselling, award-winning Plenty
The debut cookbook from the powerhouse blogger behind www.healthyblenderrecipes.com, featuring 100 gluten-free, raw, vegan recipes made quickly and easily in a blender.
Whether you are a vegan or you simply want to incorporate a few vegan meals into your week, Angela's recipes are a must-have for anyone who longs to eat well, feel great, and simply glow!