When Robin Robertson first released “Vegan Planet” in 2003, “vegan” was miles away from the culinary buzzword it is today. So forgive her for thinking her cookbook was just a little ahead of the curve. “Yeah, that is what I thought,” says the author, 60, slightly amused. “I always thought it was going to be the new vegetarian. I saw the shift taking place and it was just about the rest of the world catching up. Now, of course, vegan is a household word. So it was time to come out with a revised edition of ‘Vegan Planet’ because things have changed a lot in the last 10 years.” That book, just released, features more than 425 recipes, 35 of which are completely new and 15 that are totally retooled.
Robin Robertson’s vegan cookbook was ahead of the curve
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