Packed with gorgeous photography, this practical but inspiring cookbook includes hearty entrees, easy sides, and nourishing breakfasts - all on the table in a snap. And because life is sweeter with dessert, you'll also find a handful of sweet treats sprinkled in for good measure.
Dana Shultz is the recipe developer and co-author of the Minimalist Baker, which she founded with her husband, John, in 2012. Dana creates the recipes, the photographs, and the blog content, while John designs, codes, develops products, and plays visionary. The couple is situated in Portland, Oregon, where they indulge in all the craft coffee, wine, and food they can get their hands on.
Dana understands that plant-based cuisine should be accessible to the masses. You will fall in love with her approachable recipes using familiar ingredients! Angela Liddon, author of the New York Times bestseller "The Oh She Glows Cookbook" "There are certainly days for farmers market strolls and lingering over the stove, but I also appreciate plant-based recipes that are concise and easy to follow. This book is an excellent resource for those not eating dairy or animal proteins while still providing plenty of flavor for omnivores alike. I often reach for cheese when I am looking for richness and flavor but am excited to try some of Dana's alternative ideas." Sara Forte, author of "The Sprouted Kitchen" and "Sprouted Kitchen: Bowl + Spoon" " Very vegan and often gluten-free"Minimalist Baker s Everyday Cooking"doesn t miss a beat in delivering approachable, comforting, and reliable recipes for the serious vegan or hungry cook who just happens to be out of eggs and cream. This book is a new staple in my kitchen. Joy Wilson, author of "Joy the Baker Cookbook" "The love for delicious and exciting food shines from these pages, and it all happens to be vegan and (mostly) gluten-free. Dana has carefully considered time, ease, flavour, accessibility, and any possible occasion with these colourful recipes. Comforting and beautiful food for all!" Laura Wright, creator of the"Saveur"award winning blog The First Mess"