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After a decade of struggling with an eating disorder and subsisting on diet, low-calorie processed foods, Angela Liddon vowed to get healthy once and for all. Done with feeling sick and tired, she threw out her fat-free butter spray and low-calorie frozen dinners. Instead, Angela embraced whole foods that made her glow from the inside out. But first, she had to learn to co After a decade of struggling with an eating disorder and subsisting on diet, low-calorie processed foods, Angela Liddon vowed to get healthy once and for


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After a decade of struggling with an eating disorder and subsisting on diet, low-calorie processed foods, Angela Liddon vowed to get healthy once and for all. Done with feeling sick and tired, she threw out her fat-free butter spray and low-calorie frozen dinners. Instead, Angela embraced whole foods that made her glow from the inside out. But first, she had to learn to co After a decade of struggling with an eating disorder and subsisting on diet, low-calorie processed foods, Angela Liddon vowed to get healthy once and for all. Done with feeling sick and tired, she threw out her fat-free butter spray and low-calorie frozen dinners. Instead, Angela embraced whole foods that made her glow from the inside out. But first, she had to learn to cook-and eat-right. Five years ago, Angela started a blog, ohsheglows.com, to spread the word about her journey to health and the powerful transformation that food can make in our lives. Almost overnight, her energy and authenticity attracted readers eager to create their own positive life changes. Today, Oh She Glows attracts millions of visitors every month, making it one of the most popular vegan recipe blogs on the Internet.

12 review for The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Over 100 Vegan Recipes to Glow from the Inside Out

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kirsten

    I got this lovely cookbok from my husband for Christmas and it is a delight to try out the inspiring recipes. I hadn't realized that the she is a well-known blogger, judging from her name I thought she was some middle-aged woman (like myself) who had found the philosopher's stone and now wanted to share her wisdom (yes, I know, heaps of prejudices here, really no excuse at all) and was lucky to have her recipes published in a book. Turns out that one of my husband's daughters (very bright and al I got this lovely cookbok from my husband for Christmas and it is a delight to try out the inspiring recipes. I hadn't realized that the she is a well-known blogger, judging from her name I thought she was some middle-aged woman (like myself) who had found the philosopher's stone and now wanted to share her wisdom (yes, I know, heaps of prejudices here, really no excuse at all) and was lucky to have her recipes published in a book. Turns out that one of my husband's daughters (very bright and also a very picky vegan) follows her on Instagram and it is apparently a well-known and very appreciated cookbook. Well, I love it, have tried a lot of her recipes by now and they are easy to follow and delicious. My only reservation is that there are way too many chocolate cakes, I would have appreciated a wider range of cakes. And some of the photos, yes, they are nice, but I have seen prettier and more creative and original. So that is the reason for the 4 stars and not 5, but I am admittedly hard to please when it comes to cookbooks.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Krista

    I was so excited to read this book that I actually pre-ordered it online and it arrived in the mail before it was set to be officially released. I was not disappointed :).If you want to experiment with being vegan, or are vegan already and want to have new, easy recipes - get this book! I am very impressed - never have I ever had every recipe be successful. I have tried a lot of different vegan cooking and baking books and online recipes galore. Most of the ingredients are basic and are attainab I was so excited to read this book that I actually pre-ordered it online and it arrived in the mail before it was set to be officially released. I was not disappointed :).If you want to experiment with being vegan, or are vegan already and want to have new, easy recipes - get this book! I am very impressed - never have I ever had every recipe be successful. I have tried a lot of different vegan cooking and baking books and online recipes galore. Most of the ingredients are basic and are attainable at the local grocery store, with the rare exception. The recipes are easy to throw together and most are fairly quick to throw together. The imagery is beautiful - I think there is practically an image to accompany every recipe in the book. The story of the author, Angela Liddon, is a nice touch to the book. I feel many readers will be able to relate to her experience - especially women in today's society. My favourite recipe so far is the one to make your own almond butter - the recipe is to die for! I actually let out a little moan when I tasted the first teaspoon. I shall list the recipes below that I have tried so far. Overall I recommend this book really to anyone - simple yet so enjoyable. The Recipes:Effortless Vegan Overnight OatsProtein Power Goddess BowlEffortless Anytime Balsamic Vinaigrette Crunchy Maple-Cinnamon Roasted Almond ButterI haven't gotten to try many...but I couldn't wait to review this book any longer!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Originally posted on Sarahsbookshelf.com:As I have mentioned in previous posts, my family is moving toward a more plant-based diet, so we are testing out all sorts of cookbooks and other resources catering to vegans. In my searches for things like realistic chocolate chip cookies and other cravings, I have come across Angela Liddon’s Oh She Glows website over and over again. Since some of the recipes sounded pretty good, I thought I’d check out her cookbook.While I think the recipes sound very g Originally posted on Sarahsbookshelf.com:As I have mentioned in previous posts, my family is moving toward a more plant-based diet, so we are testing out all sorts of cookbooks and other resources catering to vegans. In my searches for things like realistic chocolate chip cookies and other cravings, I have come across Angela Liddon’s Oh She Glows website over and over again. Since some of the recipes sounded pretty good, I thought I’d check out her cookbook.While I think the recipes sound very good, I have to admit this book did not knock me out. Liddon is clearly an excellent cook, and these recipes look fantastic, but from my years of experience cooking I can tell you this is a more advanced cookbook than I would recommend to those not clearly versed in either vegan cooking or cooking in general. It’s more along the lines of Martha Stewart in both obscure ingredients and fancy recipes. As I was saying to my husband, it’s more like a cookbook that someone without kids and tons of free time to cook would like. So if that’s you, check this out. For me, whom a family and budget are serious considerations, I’d skip it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dylan

    This cookbook has done an AMAZING job in helping inspire me to cook vegan meals that are easy to make / not time consuming and yet still absolutely delicious. I can't wait to keep trying new recipes. Not everything is GF, but it is easy to substitute ingredients when needed. This is one cookbook that would actually be great to have a hard copy of instead of borrowing from the library, I'd definitely like to make my way through all the recipes at some point. 4.5 This cookbook has done an AMAZING job in helping inspire me to cook vegan meals that are easy to make / not time consuming and yet still absolutely delicious. I can't wait to keep trying new recipes. Not everything is GF, but it is easy to substitute ingredients when needed. This is one cookbook that would actually be great to have a hard copy of instead of borrowing from the library, I'd definitely like to make my way through all the recipes at some point. 4.5

  5. 5 out of 5

    Berenice

    Fantastic book, easy whole-plant healthy recipes to glow, the photography is great.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mike Kleine

    Pretty fucking good. I'm not even vegan. But this book, as a cookbook, is extremely neat.I got this mostly for the smoothies, which are excellent. The food pictures in this book are sort of out of this world too, like absurdly good.Like, I never knew vegan food could look so good. I feel like I learned a lot from this book, just by looking at the pictures. I feel like I am less dumb now because I know more about something I thought I knew all there was to know about.When you think about what you Pretty fucking good. I'm not even vegan. But this book, as a cookbook, is extremely neat.I got this mostly for the smoothies, which are excellent. The food pictures in this book are sort of out of this world too, like absurdly good.Like, I never knew vegan food could look so good. I feel like I learned a lot from this book, just by looking at the pictures. I feel like I am less dumb now because I know more about something I thought I knew all there was to know about.When you think about what you were like when you were 13 or 16--that's what I feel like right now, thinking about the "me" before reading this book and the "me" now, after having read this book.It's not a 5 because 5 is for perfect books but if you're looking for a new cookbook that's not totally like the other cookbooks, I recommend this one.(Also, there's no such thing as "perfect" anything).[x].

  7. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    Lots of really good vegan recipes, includes gluten-free options too which I appreciated!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Smith

    I own this cook book. I'm not an official vegan but this makes me want to be one. The recipes are delicious. You will not be disappointed with the brownies, apple crumble and granola. So good. I own this cook book. I'm not an official vegan but this makes me want to be one. The recipes are delicious. You will not be disappointed with the brownies, apple crumble and granola. So good.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    Gorgeous photography which made it worth the read. Pantry staples and equipment section is a bit of a yawn. Some of the “recipes” are for smoothies, etc. — and who really needs a recipe? Some interesting dishes like the peanut noodle bowl (yum) and some new ideas for me to try.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shelly

    Got it for inspiration during fasting days, of which there are more than non-fasting days in the Orthodox calender! And those are mostly vegan.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah

    Yes, I'm the kind of person that loves reading through cookbooks...and I LOVED this one. I can't wait to try more recipes from this book! Yes, I'm the kind of person that loves reading through cookbooks...and I LOVED this one. I can't wait to try more recipes from this book!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Saraí

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. great effort. i wish a white person could manage a cooking career without using recipes from people of color, though, where they pay little genuine homage to the cultures they’re borrowing from.there’s a “chakra” caesar salad & then she only talks about her father in the recipe description. perhaps a recipe with greens would nourish the Heart chakra, in which case, wouldn’t it be a Heart chakra caesar salad? or did she use the Sanskrit word to be trendy?a noodle bowl with both an option for a Th great effort. i wish a white person could manage a cooking career without using recipes from people of color, though, where they pay little genuine homage to the cultures they’re borrowing from.there’s a “chakra” caesar salad & then she only talks about her father in the recipe description. perhaps a recipe with greens would nourish the Heart chakra, in which case, wouldn’t it be a Heart chakra caesar salad? or did she use the Sanskrit word to be trendy?a noodle bowl with both an option for a Thai and a Japanese sauce, minus any information about Thai or Japanese culture. there’s no mention of an elder she learned the recipes from. just vibes. an “African” peanut stew? from which country did she learn this recipe? which Mexican elder told her to put strawberries in guacamole or call that God forsaken Tex-Mex dish a casserole? there are multiple recipes that include squash with no mention of indigenous American usages of the plant. there’s falafel made with CANNED chickpeas.and where in this immunity boosting tomato sauce (made with CANNED tomatoes) are the immunity boosting ingredients? onion & garlic can boost the immune system, though it’s better for the body to consume them raw, if the intention is to truly boost the immune system. people need to know these things. it’s simply disheartening. additionally, there’s plain misinformation in the book, such as edamame being a “fancy” word for soybeans. no, Angela. edamame is the Japanese word for a specific preparation of soybeans. there’s lots of un-cited information about nutrition in the introduction, as well.i couldn’t stomach the concept of finishing this book. the breakfast recipes were nice, though.

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