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From the coauthor of the phenomenal #1 New York Times bestselling Skinny Bitch lifestyle series—a clever, kick-ass novel about friendship, romance, and making healthy choices both in and out of the kitchen.

How bad could a little butter be? Bad enough to get rising culinary star Clementine Cooper blackballed from every vegan kitchen in Los Angeles after a backstabbing coworker sabotages the biggest night of her career. Fortunately, any vegan chef worth her salt knows how to turn lemons into delicious, cruelty-free lemonade cupcakes. Clem launches the Skinny Bitch Cooking School with dreams of opening her own neighborhood café. So she’s livid when sexy millionaire Zach Jeffries puts a fork in her plans with his new steakhouse.

When Zach signs up for her cooking class, however, she’s astonished. He’s far from the simple meathead Clem imagined him to be. In fact, he’s a very good kisser. Clem thought she was open-minded, but as she confronts the challenges of budding entrepreneurship, old rivals, ex-boyfriends, and two tempting suitors—a charming British vegan chef and a traitorously attractive carnivore—Clem wonders if she can ever say “I love you” to a man who hates tofu.
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ISBN: 9781476708928
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I know a lot of people hate this cookbook because of all the substitute products, but I enjoy vegan meat/dairy substitutes, and every recipe I've tried is SERIOUSLY DELICIOUS!! I've tried over half the recipes, and I plan to make every single one in here. These recipes will NOT help you lose weight though as there is a lot of fat in most of them. Also, they go overboard on the salt sometimes. However, if all you're going for is good taste and natural ingredients, and you're not a gourmet chef, this is a great book.

Some of my favorites -
Macaroni and 4 Cheeses
Dream Bars
Crabby Cakes with Remoulade Sauce
Herbed "Egg" Salad Scoops
Spicy Mixed Nuts
Veggie Enchiladas (includes a from-scratch enchilada sauce recipe - so, so delicious and tastes really authentic)
"Meatloaf" with Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
Hummus, Tempeh, and Cucumber Wrap

If you'd like some vegan weight loss recipes, try Dr. Barnard's Breaking the Food Seduction or anything by Dr. Fuhrman or Dr. McDougall instead.more
For a cookbook based on a diet plan, I'd expect a nutritional breakdown of some sort for the recipes. Also a lot of the recipes call for substitutes for non-vegan items (dairy, for example), with no workarounds. Why not a quesadilla made with a bean spread of some sort instead of substitute cheese? There's very little inventiveness and creativity in this cookbooks. Personally, I think I'll stick to Isa's books.more
I think this book focuses a little too much on trying to recreate foods to taste like meat or dairy dishes rather than create new and delicious foods. However, the book is rather well done and I love her "bitchiness".more
This book was not for me. I found only a few of the recipes that looked even moderately interesting and I was notmoved enough to try making them. Good this book was from the library.more
A cookbook for hungry girls who don't mind going vegan in order to get healthy(and maybe lose some weight). I don't know if these recipes will actually help with weight loss if you already eat healthy, but the ones I've tried so far are pretty tasty. Plus, I love the irreverent, in-your-face approach to cooking and eating healthy.more
Some very good vegetarian recipes.more
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I know a lot of people hate this cookbook because of all the substitute products, but I enjoy vegan meat/dairy substitutes, and every recipe I've tried is SERIOUSLY DELICIOUS!! I've tried over half the recipes, and I plan to make every single one in here. These recipes will NOT help you lose weight though as there is a lot of fat in most of them. Also, they go overboard on the salt sometimes. However, if all you're going for is good taste and natural ingredients, and you're not a gourmet chef, this is a great book.

Some of my favorites -
Macaroni and 4 Cheeses
Dream Bars
Crabby Cakes with Remoulade Sauce
Herbed "Egg" Salad Scoops
Spicy Mixed Nuts
Veggie Enchiladas (includes a from-scratch enchilada sauce recipe - so, so delicious and tastes really authentic)
"Meatloaf" with Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
Hummus, Tempeh, and Cucumber Wrap

If you'd like some vegan weight loss recipes, try Dr. Barnard's Breaking the Food Seduction or anything by Dr. Fuhrman or Dr. McDougall instead.more
For a cookbook based on a diet plan, I'd expect a nutritional breakdown of some sort for the recipes. Also a lot of the recipes call for substitutes for non-vegan items (dairy, for example), with no workarounds. Why not a quesadilla made with a bean spread of some sort instead of substitute cheese? There's very little inventiveness and creativity in this cookbooks. Personally, I think I'll stick to Isa's books.more
I think this book focuses a little too much on trying to recreate foods to taste like meat or dairy dishes rather than create new and delicious foods. However, the book is rather well done and I love her "bitchiness".more
This book was not for me. I found only a few of the recipes that looked even moderately interesting and I was notmoved enough to try making them. Good this book was from the library.more
A cookbook for hungry girls who don't mind going vegan in order to get healthy(and maybe lose some weight). I don't know if these recipes will actually help with weight loss if you already eat healthy, but the ones I've tried so far are pretty tasty. Plus, I love the irreverent, in-your-face approach to cooking and eating healthy.more
Some very good vegetarian recipes.more
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