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Eat smarter on campus on a student’s budget―the easy, modern vegan cookbook.
Cooking space, prep time, ingredient stocking, cost… it can be hard being a vegan in college. The College Vegan Cookbook makes it easy for you to ace your diet―even in the dorms―with simple, healthy, and fresh vegan dishes.
Forget about fake meat. This vegan cookbook features 145 modern, whole food recipes designed with college life in mind. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got a full kitchen or you’re stuck with a hot plate on your dresser, The College Vegan Cookbook will have you preparing affordable vegan meals you’ll love.
The College Vegan Cookbook includes:
- WHOLE FOODS, GREAT TASTES―Create delicious vegan plates using real ingredients―not processed substitutes.
- 145 FAST AND EASY MEALS―Choose from simple and tasty recipes, including Blueberry Oat Muffins, Ramen Noodle Bowls, Barbecue Cauliflower Wings, and Microwave Brownie Mug Cakes.
- VEGAN ON A BUDGET―This vegan cookbook makes your money go further with serving costs for every recipe, plus tips like supplementing your pantry from the cafeteria.
When it comes to great ideas for plant-based meals, The College Vegan Cookbook makes the grade.
From the Publisher
In each of 5 single-serving jars or containers, combine ½ cup milk, 1 tablespoon chia seeds, and 1 teaspoon sugar (if using). Stir to combine.Layer 1 cup of fruit on top of each, followed by ½ cup granola. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Grab it and go. Each parfait will keep for up to 5 days.
SUBSTITUTION TIP: Swap the chia pudding for mashed banana (use 1 per parfait) or nondairy yogurt (½ cup per parfait).
Per Serving Calories: 551; Protein: 11g; Total fat: 27g; Saturated fat: 11g; Carbohydrates: 75g; Fiber: 19g