Foreword by sisters Emily Deschanel (star of the TV series 'Bones') and Zooey Deschanel (film and TV actress)Spork-Fed is a savvy, upbeat introduction to vegan cuisine written by sisters who know great food! Flavor is the top priority in these easy-to-prepare recipes, many of them gluten-free. With full-color photographs throughout, this visually striking book shows you how to make everything from decadent desserts to homemade tofu. The Spork Sisters share more than 75 delicious recipes, along with dozens of health tips. In addition to the recipes, Spork-Fed's themed menu pairings will help any cook prepare for special occasions, quick family weeknight meals, or extravagant feasts sure to impress any guest.

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  • Ashley
    Aug 9, 2016


    This was a bit too fancy-pants for me, filled with recipes that I'm sure are delicious but take a good bit of time and feature ingredients that I'm pretty sure I can't obtain in LA. ...

  • Pamela
    Sep 11, 2014


    Too many ingredients per recipe for this simple cook. And there were multiple recipes per recipe. One for the sauce and one for the entree and one for the filling or the topping, for instance. Relies heavily on soy products and I haven't decided if they are good for me or not. Beautifu...

  • Sabrina
    Aug 28, 2014


    There are some great-tasting recipes in here, but the majority of them aren't healthy enough for me to include in my diet on any regular basis. ...

  • Shelly
    Nov 12, 2013


    What a fun book, and with nice pictures! It seems like it would be a blast to take a class from these guys, they look like fun to hang out with. I found this book liberating in that it showed me a way to make nice adult food with vegan ingredients. It would be a perfect party prep book...

  • Evan
    Aug 11, 2013


    Definitely a fun spin on vegan cooking. A lot of the recipes were two-parters and took a bit of time to prepare. I made the Seitan Pot Pies, but didn't have the energy to try anything else before the book was due back at the library! I do think the cashew cheese sounds intriguing, and ...

  • Katherine
    Aug 15, 2012


    This cookbook was nice, and included a picture of every recipe, which is a must for me with cookbooks. I'm not a vegan, and some of the recipes had crazy vegan-specific ingredients that I'd never heard of, but most of the them seem pretty do-able (although I would likely swap out a few...

  • Angela
    Jul 7, 2012


    Flipped through it. Interesting recipes, but I wasn't a fan of the unusual ingredients. Too much tempeh as well. ...

  • Deyara
    Jun 11, 2012


    Lovely cook-book, excellent pictures and yummy sounding recipes. A bit too much for me though, everything has a lot of ingredients, and while I'm sure people that actually cook would find it easy to put them all together, I'm not at that stage. I also dont like my food to be very spicy...

  • Trudi
    Apr 10, 2012


    It's always a challenge to create vegan versions of the yummy food that you're familiar with, but the recipes in this book are the best I've had to date! The directions aren't confusing and there's not a lot of crazy ingredients that require scavenging across the internet or your local...

  • Lisa Vegan
    Apr 9, 2012

    Lisa Vegan

    Thank you to Monica who lent me her autographed copy of this book. I really appreciated the opportunity to read the book and share my impressions with others via this review.Here’s the thing: I love this book, but I’m not as enthusiastic about the recipes, at least most of th...