One of the hardest things for many would-be vegans to give up is cheese, but for those who love to cook, Miyoko Schinner's Artisan Vegan Cheese can make the transition painless, delicious, and enjoyable to boot.
Chat Mingkwan's Asian Fusion offers a huge variety of recipes from over a dozen countries - as well as a fascinating look at the similarities and sometimes very subtle differences between their cuisines.
A raw diet can be incredibly healthy if you know what you're doing, but with so much conflicting information, it can be very difficult to make informed decisions. Becoming Raw is an in-depth, scientifically-based look at the nutrition available in raw food, offering detailed information about how to get all of the essential vitamins and minerals from a raw diet that is entirely free from animal products.
The Cafe Flora Cookbook offers a delightful behind-the-scenes look at Cafe Flora's menu. This gourmet vegetarian restaurant has won numerous awards, including Best Brunch and Best Vegetarian Food, from Northwest Source, and Seattle Weekly Favorite Restaurants.
Caribbean cooking is more than just pineapple and coconuts - it's an elaborate cuisine that has been influenced by many different cultures from all over the world. Taymer Mason's Caribbean Vegan offers an excellent overview of this complex cuisine and makes it easy to enjoy authentic Caribbean food wherever you happen to live.
Eat Your Books is a huge database which allows users to search through their own personal cookbooks in order to find just the right recipe. Once you've told the site which books you own, you can search them depending on what ingredients you have on hand and/or which cuisine you feel like eating.
Is "raw food chef" an oxymoron? Can only cooked food be complicated and delicious? If you've got the time and experience to try some of Matthew Kenney's recipes in Entertaining in the Raw, then the answer is a resounding "no!"
After years of dealing with hundreds of bookmarks, photocopies, and scraps of paper with scribbled recipes, I got tired of the chaos, and came up with a way to get my recipes organized - here's what I did.
Amazon.com maintains a constantly-changing list of free vegetarian cookbooks, and once in a while, you can find some real gems. I recommend bookmarking this page and checking at least once a week. You don't need a Kindle to read them; there's a desktop app or you can just read them in the cloud.