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Rabbit Food Cookbook by Beth Barnett

Rabbit Food Cookbook

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“An irresistibly adorable book that’s a cross between a recipe journal and a philosophy musing. Early in the book, Barnett provides perhaps the most clear and accessible timeline history of the industrialization of American Food I’ve ever read. I also love the book’s homespun quality, with Barnett’s hand-lettered recipes and sweet line illustrations … And special kudos for the sturdy spiral binding that lets the book lay flat while you cook.”
Delicious Living

“For all the cookbooks I’ve perused and purchased lately, this one takes the cake for most helpful and easily accessible. I’m particularly fond of the coil spine (why is this not a regulation for all cookbooks?!) and the cute illustrations, though its useful information puts this book at the top of my gifting list for others.”
T.O.F.U. Magazine

“The book’s handy size (5-1/2 by 7-1/2) and spiral binding, make it a pleasure to use, and the winsome illustrations add to the fun, but there’s serious information inside the 223 page volume. Barnett provides excellent background information on why choosing a plant-based diet may be optimal for both us, and the planet.”
Cook Easy Vegan

This isn’t just a cookbook… it’s a guide to eating well to benefit your body and the world.”
Running with Tongs

“This book has it all: convenient spiral binding, damn good original illustrations, incredibly simple but originally flavorful recipes, so many awesome tidbits on food and cooking and the history of said subjects it’ll blow your mind, and best of all… it is the product of a true blue artist who took four of her original (hardbound) zines and made them into one kick ass cookbook.”
Manifest Vegan

“With fun illustrations (by the author herself!), easy tips, and yummy recipes (the Tex-Mex Tofu Fajitas and Zucchini Bread look delectable), Rabbit Food Cookbook could be one of those tomes we often hop to for a yummy vegan meal.”
VegNews Magazine

“This book is indeed much more than just a cookbook. Beth writes about various subjects like the history of food, about nutrition for vegans, how to start your first garden, what a vegan pantry should include and cooking times on grains and beans.”
She Likes Bento

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