Vegan: The Cookbook


Vegan: The Cookbook’s recipe for Cauliflower à la Niçoise (page 172) is part of the #EastForkCookAlong contest for April and May!


More about the CookAlong: Finding it utterly impossible and such a missed opportunity to choose just one vegetarian or vegan cookbook for this contest, we choose five. Each presents a modern approach to cooking without meat and/or animal products. For the CookAlong, we chose one recipe from each book. Read about them here, choose your favorite, cook it, photograph it and post it on Instagram with #EastForkCookAlong anytime from now until May 31. Then, on June 1st, we’ll choose one winner who will receive a lovely assortment of pottery and other goods. 


  • By French vegan chef, Jean Christian-Jury this cookbook offers almost 500 different vegetable focused recipes from 150 countries around the world
  • 584 pages
  • This encyclopedic collection has the straightforward recipes and easy-to-find ingredients that appeal to novice home cooks. But longtime vegan cookbook perusers, you’ll find inspiration here, too, in dishes like flambé potatoes with oyster mushrooms from Cuba and a vegan version of baked kibbeh from Lebanon.
  • Hardcover
  • 7.5 x 1.9 x 11 in

If veganism calls to mind an endless parade of boring salads, Vegan: The Cookbook is here to show you the light. From French chef Jean-Christian Jury, this cookbook includes over 450 plant-based recipes, inspired and informed by Jury’s travels around the world. Start to cook your way through soups, salads, mains, and desserts, and you’ll soon see that “vegan food is just food: vibrant, flavourful, fresh and varied.”