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Reddit mentions of The Seitanic Spellbook: Recipes And Rantings Of The Vegan Black Metal Chef

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Found 6 comments on The Seitanic Spellbook: Recipes And Rantings Of The Vegan Black Metal Chef:

u/WebpackIsBuilding · 16 pointsr/vegan

Gifts for new vegans break down into 2 main categories;

  1. Help her navigate the new vegan landscape in front of her. For this, cooking appliances, cookbooks, and grocery trips are the way to go. If you think it might appeal to her, my GF's favorite vegan cookbook is the Seitanic Spellbook. The style of it definitely isn't for everyone, but it's a great book with some great recipes and some great blog-entry style musings about veganism. One of my favorite joke-recipes in the book is a page that just says "Eat some fruit" (in so many words).

  2. Satisfy her cravings for something that she enjoyed but can no longer have because it isn't vegan. When my GF first went vegan, we were at the grocery store checkout and she made a passing comment about how she was really craving the almond joy in the candy tray, but obviously she couldn't take one. So I went and found some small-scale vegan shop near us that had specially made vegan almond-joys. Was a great gift. If you don't have any local stores that can fit those needs, I've had good luck perusing Etsy for things like homemade vegan fudge, which also works great. Just keep an ear out for when the GF inevitably vents about something she misses. Then go find a vegan version somewhere.
u/ImSorry_ImAtheist · 8 pointsr/CrappyDesign

As an atheist vegan: Hail Seitan!

u/Zippies_and_Hoodups · 1 pointr/vegan

I just checked out Minimalist Baker's cookbook and the Thug Kitchen: Eat Like You Give A Fuck Minimalist Baker was meh, but Thug Kitchen is amazing. A lot of the recipes use cheap, simple ingredients and the dishes are pure deliciousness. I'm currently borrowing these books from the library, but I think I definitely need to add Thug Kitchen to my collection.

I also have the Seitanic Spellbook by the Vegan Black Metal Chef. It's ok for some basic stuff, but I don't care for how it's organized. Also, he doesn't use measurements in any of his recipes, which is ok if you like to improvise a lot, but it kinda leaves me in the dark if I'm trying a new recipe.

Then there's Happy, Healthy Vegan Kitchen by Kathy Patalsky which is ok if you can get past her narratives and obscure ingredients. Like, bitch, I'm not getting six different unicorn salts to put on my toast.

I also have The Joys of Vegan Baking (meh), and Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World (haven't tried it yet).

EDIT: damn amazon links