Bosh! Simple Recipes. Amazing Food. All Plants. by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby

Maureen: You were right about this cookbook. It’s very orange.

Kirstin: It’s very fluoresecent, which means we’re getting old, because we remember fluoresence the first time around, back when it was fashionable.

Maureen: So a month of vegetarian meals, then. I think I’m going to neglect to tell my family.

Kirstin: But it’s a good thing to do a vegan book. We wanted to do a vegan book because we should all be eating less meat and this is one way to do that.

Maureen: Even though it’s a vegan book, I can already tell you that I’ll be using butter. I couldn’t live without it, and it’s unlikely I’ll be using coconut oil again, but we’ll see.

Kirstin: We’ve done vegan books before.

Maureen: Yes, it’s been mixed results at best with the previous vegan books. But we’re willing to have another go. The recipes do look good though. There’s a lot of things I’d like to try. But I know I’m not going to be a vegan by the end of this month.

Kirstin: No, me neither.

 

 

Bosh! Simple Recipes. Amazing Food. All Plants. by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby

2 thoughts on “Bosh! Simple Recipes. Amazing Food. All Plants. by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby

  1. quiglz says:

    A friend has raved about this book. I did take a look at their website and not entirely convinced by some of their recipes.. i prefer recipes to be incidentally vegan rather than cauliflower buffalo ‘wings’, After a failed attempt at veganuary, I’ll be interested to see how this book/month pans out… (while I start cooking away from Diana Henry’s latest in the meantime)

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