During this year’s Great Vegan Challenge we ran a competition amongst participants to win one of three copies of the brand new vegan recipe book Bit Of The Good Stuff, kindly donated by author Sharon Collins. To be in with a chance, they had to send us a link to their favourite vegan recipe and tell us why they liked it in no more than 50 words.
Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry, we received many, but we could only pick three to win a copy of the book, which you can find below.
If you would like to a buy a copy of Bit Of The Good Stuff for yourself, you can do so here, and by using the discount code ‘ANIMAL AID’ you can get 15% off both the book and delivery! How good is that?
‘The combination of spicy chunky aubergines, flavoursome chickpea stew and cooling fruit sweetened cous cous, created a nasal waking, colourful, mouth watering, tongue enlivening, tasty, culinary experience.’
‘Memories of my carnivorous family, devouring the enhanced flavoursome left overs, whilst reminiscing about past sunny holidays, warms my heart.’
Submitted by Sam from Berkshire
‘This tastes better than many non-vegan cakes I have made. My colleagues thought it was delicious and were amazed to learn it was vegan.’
‘As a new vegan I love recipes like this when we are lead to believe that you can’t bake tasty food without dairy and eggs.’
Submitted by Becca from Cambridgeshire
‘This is my favorite vegan recipe because it uses butternut squash that I had home grown in the garden.’
‘The taste of homegrown produce and the creamy cheesy texture from the cashews (high in protein) and the national yeast makes this one of my go to comfort foods.’