Let Them Eat Vegan Kale Slaw with Curried Almond Dressing

Let Them Eat Vegan! Kale Slaw Recipe

A few weeks ago I mentioned that I was trying out recipes from Let Them Eat Vegan! by Dreena Burton and today I’m excited to share my full review and a delicious recipe from the book.


I’ve been a huge fan of Dreena and her recipes since buying (and falling in love) with one of her previous cookbooks, Eat, Drink & Be Vegan, so I was beyond excited when she asked if I would like to review her latest cookbook.


I can already tell it’s going to be housed on my kitchen counter for easy access with the rest of my go-to cookbooks.

A little more about the cookbook:

Let Them Eat Vegan! (LTEV) is based around “plant-powered” eating with recipes that are made with whole grains, natural sweeteners, beans, seeds, nuts, veggies and fruits. You won’t find any ‘white stuff’ in this book – no white flour, white sugar, white pasta and no vegan substitutes like soy mayo or cream cheese. All the recipes are either wheat-free or gluten-free, and are not loaded with soy. Dreena also included several informational sections like “Eating Your Greens”, “Plant-Powered Lunchbox”, and “Plant-Powered Pantry”, making this a great book for new vegans or those that are thinking about making the switch. The Plant-Powered Pantry section is particularly helpful for people who may or may not know what some of the more obscure ingredients (i.e. nutritional yeast or guar gum) are.

This is Dreena’s largest cookbook yet and it’s packed to the brim over 200 delicious recipes, which are broken down into the following chapters – breakfast bites, salads, sauces and dips, soups, sides, mains, burgers, pasta, cookies, cakes/pies/puddings and ice cream. You certainly don’t have to be vegan to enjoy the recipes in this cookbook. Neither Isaac nor I are vegan and we’ve found the recipes to be creative, healthy, easy to follow and delicious. There’s not much else you can ask for when it comes to a cookbook! Every recipe that I’ve made from LTEV has been delicious and I would make each of them again. Really the only thing this cookbook is missing (in my eyes) is the nutritional information for each recipe. But at the end of the day, I know that all the ingredients in this book are wholesome and healthy so it’s not that big of a deal to me.

After perusing through the cookbook, I’ve bookmarked many of recipes that I want to make, but have only had a chance to make a handful or so. Here’s a little review of the ones I’ve tried…

Jerk Chickpeas

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These roasted chickpeas become soft and flavorful after baking in a sauce that included a plethora of spices you’d find in a traditional jerk marinade. If you’re interested in trying out this recipe, Angela of Oh She Glows also reviewed LTEV and included the Jerk Chickpea recipe in her post.

Mediterranean Bean Burgers


For whatever reason, I tend to stick with black beans when I’m making bean burgers, but I loved the flavor of these burgers with kidney beans and Mediterranean inspired ingredients like olives and oregano. The recipe made 7 patties so Isaac and I had them for dinner one night and then I ate the remaining patties wrapped in collards for quick lunches and dinners the rest of the week. These might just be my go-to bean burger recipe from here on out!

Thai Chickpea Almond Curry

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I used red and orange peppers instead of the zucchini, left out the lime leaves and served the dish over a bed of quinoa. I’m a big fan of coconut milk curries but had never tried one with almond butter in the mix. It was fabulous! I also liked how easy this recipe was to prepare. All the ingredients went into a covered baking dish and 50 minutes later my house smelled lovely and dinner was ready.

I’ve also made the Simplicity Asparagus. Just as the title suggests, this asparagus is super simple. In less than 10 minutes, you have a great side dish!

Kale – Slaw


I love kale salads, so it’s no surprise that this recipe is definitely one of my favorites from LTEV thus far.

Kale-Slaw with Curried Almond Dressing
This slaw is a fresh take with nutrient-rich kale, along with crunchy carrots, fennel, and a touch of sweetness from apples and cranberries. The dressing really brings this slaw to life—don’t skip it! (Wheat-free, Gluten-free, Soy-free, Oil-free. )
Serves: 5½ – 6½ cups
  • 1 small to medium-size apple, cored and julienned (3⁄4 to 1 cup), tossed in 1tsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 2½ – 3 cups julienned kale (leaves cut/torn from stems and stems discarded) (see note)
  • 1½ cups grated carrot
  • 1 cup very thinly sliced or julienned fennel
  • ¼ cup cranberries or raisins
  • ⅔ – ¾ cup Creamy Curried Almond Dressing (or more, if desired; recipe follows)
  • 2 to 4 Tablespoons sliced or chopped raw almonds
  • Extra salt and pepper to taste
  1. Place the apple, vegetables, and cranberries in a bowl and toss. Add the dressing, starting with about 2⁄3 cup and adding more as desired, if you want a thicker coating of dressing. Toss to coat well, then let sit for 5 minutes or more to allow the kale leaves to soften slightly in the dressing. Serve, garnishing with a light sprinkling of almonds and extra salt and pepper, if desired.
Kale salads can be quite versatile. Try another thick, creamy nut- or seed-based dressing, such as Citrus Tahini Dressing, Creamy Cumin-Spiced Dressing, or DJ’s Hummus Salad Dressing. The key is to coat the leaves nicely, and let the salad sit for a few minutes before serving.
Savvy Subs and Adds:
- If fennel isn’t your thing, substitute julienned jicama, thinly sliced celery (cut on a diagonal), or julienned red bell pepper, or some combination of these ingredients.
- If you aren’t sure if you’ll like this much kale in the salad, try starting with 2 to 21⁄2 cups, making up the difference with extra grated carrot or fennel.
- Other veggies you can consider adding include chopped or finely sliced cucumber, red bell pepper, cherry tomatoes, grated beet (“pretty in pink” salad, anyone?). Or try some zucchini ribbons: Use a vegetable peeler to make thick ribbons—these can be the base of a salad all on their own! And other dried fruit, such as apricots, goji berries, and raisins, can be interchanged with the cranberries, if you prefer.


There is a bit of prep work involved since you have to do a little chopping and make the dressing, but trust me when I say it’s totally worth it. Plus, you’ll have left over curried almond dressing (which is amazing, btw) so you can use it for other salads.

Dreena and her publishing company are allowing me to post the Kale-Slaw recipe for you all to enjoy. Both recipes (the slaw and dressing) include the header and notes from Dreena that are in the cookbook.


Creamy Curried Almond Dressing
This dressing will definitely cling to your greens, and can easily be used as a dip as well. It is one of my favorites, with a very subtle curry flavor in a creamy, slightly sweet base. This is also the dressing for Kale-slaw with Curried Almond Dressing, a modern makeover of traditional coleslaw. (Wheat-free, Gluten-free, Soy-free, Oil-free)
Serves: 1 cup
  • 1⁄2 cup raw almonds
  • 2½ Tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 2 Tablespoons pure maple syrup or agave nectar
  • ⅔ cup water (or more to thin as needed; see note)
  • 1 very small clove garlic
  • 1 teaspoon freshly grated ginger
  • 1⁄2 teaspoon Dijon mustard
  • 1⁄2 teaspoon sea salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper (optional)
  • 1⁄8 teaspoon curry powder, or more to taste (see note)
  1. Using a standing blender or an immersion blender and deep cup or jar, puree all the ingredients (starting with 1⁄2 cup of the water) until very smooth. (A high-powered blender such as a Blendtec works best to smooth out the dressing; using an immersion blender or regular blender will leave a little more texture and take a little longer.) Add additional curry to taste, and additional water to thin as desired (see note).
Notes: I like using about 1⁄8 rounded teaspoon of curry powder in this dressing, for a very muted flavor. But if you love curry, feel free to use more than this, adjusting to your own taste.

Serving Suggestions: I first tinkered with this recipe for a salad dressing. After making it, I realized it would work equally well as a dip. If using as a dip, use just 1⁄3 to 1⁄2 cup of water to puree and then refrigerate it, adding extra water later, if desired, to thin (it will thicken considerably after chilling). If using as a salad dressing, you can keep it thick, or thin it more as you prefer. I like it with about 2⁄3 cup of water as a salad dressing, which keeps it fairly thick, almost like a Caesar dressing consistency.

I hope you enjoy this review and the Kale-Slaw recipe. If you’re interested in purchasing Let Them Eat Vegan!, it will be available tomorrow, Tuesday, May 1st via Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Last but not least, one lucky EBF reader will receive a free copy of Let Them Eat Vegan!. For a chance to win leave a comment on this post by Thursday, May 3rd. I’ll announce the winner on Friday.

**The giveaway has ended and the winner is Dana.

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  1. Looks delicious! Especially that dressing!!!! I must try making that dressing.

  2. I’m already anxious to try Thai Chickpea Almond Curry!

  3. Yum! I want to incorporate more vegetarian/vegan meals into our diet for health (and wallet!) reasons. This cookbook looks fantastic and the recipe you posted looks delish!

  4. Kimberly says:

    I love finding creative vegan recipes that don’t involve soy or meats that being with an “f”. I consume very little soy because of its connection to the type of breast cancer my mom had (estrogen receptive). So, to find a book of recipes that is not heavy on either of those things is refreshing!

    When I became a vegetarian, I became so much more creative in the way I ate. It’s not all soy milk and tofu. 🙂

  5. Kelly Turner says:

    All of these sound delish!! But Jerk chickpeas?? Curried almond dressing?? YUMMM!! Can’t wait to try them! 🙂

  6. Ooh kale slaw looks and sounds good! I go through two big bags a week as is, love it! Sounds like a good book, I may have to Amazon it! 🙂

  7. Oh, I can’t wait to see this cookbook. I heard about it before but had forgotten about the release date, thanks for the reminder!

  8. Kendra Broo says:

    I am so excited for this book to come out! The recipes look so amazing. My husband and I have been vegan for around 5 years now and are always looking for new recipes to make. I have Dreena’s book Eat, Drink, & be Vegan and love it. Thanks for this awesome giveaway!!

  9. This looks like a great must-have cookbook for anyone’s kitchen!! Packed with tons of recipes and tools ! Can’t wait to try it out!

  10. Oooh I’d love to try those curried almond butter chickpeas! I’ve made cashew butter based curry sauces before but never an almond butter one.
    I’d love a copy of this cookbook. Despite the fact that I eat a mostly vegan diet, I do not own a single vegan (or even vegetarian!) cookbook!

  11. Maggie L says:

    I’m just transitioning to veganism, so I would love a copy of this cookbook!

  12. I have two bags of cleaned kale in my fridge – I now know what is for dinner!

  13. Where I went to college, the hate Krishna would serve a daily vegetarian or vegan lunch. they had a salad dressing that people basically smothered their food in and this sounds so much like it! can’t wait to relive my college days when I try this out!

  14. oops- Hare* not hate!!

  15. The salad looks great!

  16. Michelle says:

    All of the recipes sound amazing. Can’t wait to check it out!

  17. All these recipes look so fresh and delicious, perfect for the hot weather we are getting this week! Good seeing you yesterday missy and enjoy the start to the week 🙂

  18. ALternative diet cookbooks and blogs are always the best place to go when you get into a food rut. I love being introduced to new foods and finding ways to sneak in an extra serving or two of veggies!

  19. DEFINITELY bookmarking the kale recipe for later…. it looks fantastic!

  20. Samantha C. says:

    I’m not a vegan but I would love to get some new ideas on how to enjoy all the great summer produce that’s appearing! 🙂

  21. Oh, I am so ready to try this Curried Almond dressing with kale -looks amazing. Thank you for sharing i would love to have this book.

  22. Jessica C. says:

    That salad looks delish! I am not vegan and but I do choose natural ingredients! I am especially interested in the lunchbox section of this book since I’m always looking for new healthy options to pack. Thanks for the giveaway!

  23. Yum! I would love to win a copy of that book.

  24. All those recipes look so good! I’ll have to try to jerk chickpeas some time, they look awesome.

  25. eat, drink and be vegan is my favorite cookbook! My favorite recipe from it is the Moroccan Phyllo Rolls, it is time consuming but totally worth it.

  26. amy marantino says:

    i hope to win this book. thanks for the chance

  27. All the recipes you mentioned sound delicious, especially the Thai Chickpea Almond Curry. YUM!

  28. Jackie Morrow says:

    Vegan looks sooooo delicious!

  29. Jerk chickpeas, oooo that sounds good (along with the other recipes as well)! I think I can even get the boyfriend on board with that one!

  30. Love her recipes!

  31. Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy : )

  32. It looks like a fantastic book! I need to revamp some of my recipes.

  33. I love her Eat, Drink and Be Vegan! I’ve made a lot of the recipe from there. Great recipes here, too!

  34. Michelle M says:

    In need of a new cookbook! Thanks for the recipe reviews!

  35. Everything looks so yummy! Those Jerk Chickpeas sound delicious. I just finished reading Skinny Bitch this weekend and I am definitely more interested in the vegan lifestyle. A cookbook would be a fabulous start!

  36. I love Dreena’s books and need to add this to my collection! I will trying out this Kale recipe later this week!

  37. That all looks so delicious, especially the jerk chickpeas… and the kale slaw… and the collard wrap…:)

  38. I would love to win a copy of Dreena’s book! That kale recipe looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  39. Those jerk chickpeas look amazing. I’ll definitely have to check out this book!

  40. I’d love to have that book! I love vegan and vegetarian recipes because they’re tasty – and help me get in my daily veggies!

  41. I am so into Kale right now… I can’t wait to try this Kale Slaw!! I am so excited about her new book and even want to look at getting “Eat Drink and be Vegan”.

  42. I would love to win a copy of Let Them Eat Vegan. After reading your posts about it I’ve been wanting to get it. I have recently become vegan and am obsessed with vegan cookbooks. I usually get them out of the library and try a couple recipes before buying the book but my library hasn’t gotten a copy of Let Them Eat Vegan yet.

  43. I am so excited for this book to come out. I love getting new vegetarian recipes to try. Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

  44. Erin Hack says:

    I can’t wait to try this kale salad – it looks amazing!

  45. those chickpeas look great! I would love to win this book to give to my girlfriend who is on the verge of going vegan. I think it’d be perfect for her!

  46. Looks great! I NEEEED another vegan cookbook in my collection. I was browsing some last night actually.

  47. Michele R-S says:

    Looks like a wonderful cookbook and fabulous kale recipe – always looking for new and different things to do with kale. Thanks for sharing!

  48. Mary Kate says:

    i’ll be definitely trying that kale salad too, looks awesome!

  49. Wow these recipes look great!

  50. That salad looks incredible!!

  51. All looks yummy, I’d love a book, and some kale-slaw!

  52. Shaunna Ulrick says:

    I would love to win 🙂

  53. katherine d. says:

    ahh so great – i hope i win!

    katherinedibello (at) gmail (d0t) com

  54. This cookbook sounds fantastic! The Kale Slaw looks delicious, I pinned it!

  55. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win LTEV!! I have been working quite hard on cleaning up my diet and always looking for new recipes. It’s people like you who help make this easier!

  56. elizabeth says:

    that looks amazing! i eat a kale salad most days for lunch, and i’m always looking for ways to change up the flavors.

  57. I would love a copy of the cook book!

  58. It would be great to own this book. Those recipes look delicious! 🙂

  59. Those recipes look fantastic!

  60. Everything looks delicious–thanks for the review and recipes!

  61. The Thai Chickpea Almond Curry looks amazing! I need the recipe!

  62. I’m always looking for new kale recipes to try. The Kale Slaw looks delicious!

  63. Everything looks so good – this book as been on my wishlist for a bit, I’d love to win a copy!

  64. Mmm! Bookmarked the kale recipe an will be makinf ASAP!

  65. WOW That Kale Slaw looks delicious!!

  66. These ALL look delectable! It would be such a treat to try these new and healthy recipes! 🙂 Thanks!!

  67. This book looks fantastic! It would make a great Mother’s Day gift!

  68. elizabeth says:

    Yuumy! Those recipes look fantastic! Would love to win!

  69. Cant wait to try this recipe…I wan tto win 🙂

  70. Would love to win this! Sounds like an awesome book!

  71. Looks good, the slaw looks awesome.
    I have heard about this book and heard good things about it!

  72. Must try! Kale is my new go to for salads… 🙂

  73. I am a vegan-newbie, researching all sorts of recipes and ways of eating. I would love this book to help with my journey 🙂

  74. This book looks so fascinating! Would love a chance to win! Thanks!


  75. Sabrina Butkera says:

    Dreena is my favorite cookbook author! Her latest book looks great.

  76. I would love this cookbook!

  77. Brett Marie says:

    That kale salad looks delish! I’m always on the hunt for good vegetarian/vegan/pescatarian cookbooks, and would love to add this one to my favorites (one of which is The Kind Diet, which I saw you have on your counter too!)

  78. The Mediterranean burger wraps look delicious!

  79. I would love to win the cook book! Looks like fabulous recipes!

  80. I am trying to eat more plant-based foods, and would love a chance to win this cookbook.

  81. I’m still willing myself to like kale. I love kale chips, but I haven’t fell in love with a raw kale recipe yet. I’ll have to try this one!

  82. I love this dressing! I bet the curry flavors were great with the sweetness from the apple.

  83. Oh, I want this book! I heard some much positive things about Let Them Eat Vegan!

  84. All the recipes that you tried out look de-lish!

  85. your review of it is great–I would love to try the recipes in this book!

  86. Wow, all of those recipes look delicious! I would LOVE to win a copy of this book. Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

  87. That cookbook sounds amazing. I’m always struggling to find vegan recipies!

  88. oh man that salad looks amazing! definitely going to make sometime

  89. Kale is my new obsession. I have been buying pounds of it a week at the farmers market! I cannot wait to try these!!

  90. The cookbook looks great! Can’t wait to try some of these recipes.

  91. I would love to know that Mediterranean Burger Recipe. I have cans of kidney beans sitting in my cupboard and I would love a good recipe for them!

  92. This cookbook seriously looks life-changing! I love reading new cookbooks and experimenting with recipes!

  93. I’d love to win! those recipes look fantastic =)

  94. Stephanie says:

    wow that looks so delish!!! so does that wrap and the chikpea curry….this cookbook is a must!

  95. I’m excited to try this recipe from the book — thanks for the great review and sneak peek!

  96. Would love to win! Newly vegan.

  97. I just ordered a copy of this book this morning off of Amazon. Would love to win another copy so that I can gift one to my bestie!

  98. I want this cookbook! As a family of 2 Vegans, 2 Vegetarians, and 2 Omnivores, I am always looking for great-tasting foods to feed the whole family!

  99. Marielle says:

    I can’t wait to read this book! I love the idea of simple, plant-based, unprocessed vegan food. 🙂

  100. Sue Zenz says:

    Thanks for the review, the recipe and a chance to win!

  101. I just tried agave roasted chickpeas…so Jerk Chickpeas sound DELISH! 🙂

  102. That looks so yummy. I’d love a book!

  103. Allof it looks amazing….I’d devour this book!

  104. All those recipes look great!

  105. That kale salad looks delicious!

  106. Megan McD says:

    Would definitely love to have that book!

  107. Jessica C. says:

    The Kale Slaw sounds so delicious! I know that I would get a lot of use out of this cookbook. Thank you for the giveaway!

  108. Would LOVE a copy of this book!

  109. Have been getting tired of my go-to chickpea recipes…Almond Curry and Jerk Chickpeas both sound amazing. Would love a copy of this book.

  110. I finally purchased curry powder over the weekend so I am really looking forward to making the curried almond dressing!

  111. Great curry dressing sounds great!

  112. Danielle says:

    Going to try this out asap! I am always looking for new salad/ dressing ideas!

  113. Love your blog!! Thanks for sharing such great info and recipes all the time. Can’t wait to try this recipe!! Coconut curry is my favorite!

  114. I am delighted to learn that Dreena Burton has a new cookbook out! I bought ED&BV on a whim as a college student a few years ago…and it ended up teaching me how to cook! I will definitely have to check this book out.

  115. Elizabeth says:

    This cookbook sounds amazing! I’m not vegan myself but am always interested in learning more vegan recipes!

  116. This cookbook sounds awesome, I am always disappointed when vegan or vegetarian cookbooks have a ton of vegan/veg substitutes instead of unique recipes with whole foods. The kale salad looks great, I think I’ll have to put it on my menu for next week!

  117. Thanks for reviewing “Let Them Eat Vegan”; I am in the process of converting to a vegan diet and this book sounds like it would be an excellent resource for me! :o)

  118. Gabby @ Gabby's Gluten-Free says:

    That slaw looks awesome and I’m obsessed with collard wraps – I love Swiss chard wraps as well. Delicious!

  119. Wow, all those recipes sound amazing! I’d love to cook from this new book!!

  120. I’m always looking for new things to do with kale! My co-workers always tease me because I have a big, green “Eat More Kale” sticker pinned up in my cubicle!

  121. Thanks for the opportunity to win the book! Love to try the recipes.

  122. Every time I see the picture of the collard green wraps, I get happy all over again! The kale slaw looks delicious, as I’m sure a lot of other recipes in the book are!

  123. This cookbook sounds wonderful! All of the recipes you made look so good! I can’t wait to try the kale salad. It’s nice to see a vegan cookbook that uses whole foods instead of processed vegan substitutes.

  124. WOW! I can’t wait to try that dressing! Thanks for sharing!

  125. I would LOVE to win this book! I eat vegan, so this would be perfect! Plus, i love to cook 🙂

  126. I love chickpeas! I will definitely try them with the jerk marinade…

  127. I’ve been a vegetarian for 20 years and have just recently had thoughts of going vegan. This book might be just what I need to get started!!!

  128. While I don’t eat vegan, I am trying to eat less meat and always looking for different recipes!

  129. These recipes look delicious! I’d love to see what else is in the book!

  130. That kale slaw looks fantastic! I just printed a copy and it’s going on my list of things to make this week.

  131. I would love a chance to win Dreena’s new book!

  132. Danielle says:

    Dreenas new cookbook sounds so amazing! Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of one 🙂

  133. your website is one of my “go-to’s”… thank you for your constant inspiration and excitement about living healthy! icing on the cake, i mean…. dressing for the salad, would be to dig deeper into the vegan-world with a copy of LTEV! 🙂

  134. I’m curious about the dressing to try as a dip! May need to check out the rest of the cook book!

  135. These recipes look so good…. would love a copy of this book. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  136. Everything looks SO good! Brittany, you always post the best recipes and pics! I’m definitely ordering both books if i don’t win one! 😉

  137. Kristen Atwood says:

    Hello pretty lady,

    This cook book would sure come in handy as I move out into my own when I graduate college in week and a half! Eeeeek! Have a happy week everyone! 🙂

  138. Thanks for sharing! I cannot wait to make this kale slaw.

  139. sounds like a great book!

  140. Megan @ Fiterature says:

    That slaw looks dyno-mite!! I would love to win the book…always looking for new recipes to try!

  141. That recipe looks super tasty…& so do the jerk chickpeas! Would love to try out more recipes from that cookbook!!

  142. I love the idea of an almond curry dressing i would’ve never thought to put those two ingredients in a dressing.

  143. Thanks for hosting and for the great review! I would love to win this, I have ED&BV and I love it!
    Sarah L

  144. Kristen says:

    Have been following your blog for awhile and have decided to adopt a clean eating lifestyle. I’m so tired of yo-yo dieting! The good news is that I love veggies already. But I need some good recipes and this book would be a great place to start! I can’t wait to make the kale salad. Thanks for giving a book away!

  145. All of those recipes look delish, especially those bean burgers & kale slaw! I would love to win this book!

  146. I would love to have this book. It’s exciting to see the book doesn’t have recipes with “white stuff!”

  147. Morgan says:

    Recently started to dip my little toes into cooking raw and vegan! This recipe book looks like just what I need to help me get started 😉

  148. Miriam says:

    Sounds like the perfect book for me! Not a fan of all of the soy mayo/soy substitutes.

  149. I would enjoy this cookbook. I’d love the chance to try out some of these recipes!

  150. Jessica Stangeland says:

    I love any cookbook that is healthy, gluten-free and vegan. As a vegetarian with a lot of allergies and intolerances I love to search out new recipes and cookbooks. Can’t wait to try out the Jerk Chickpea recipe!! Thanks EBF!

  151. Alexandra says:

    Looks amazing, and not too difficult…and I just bought a ton of kale. Looks like I’ll have to try this recipe out!

  152. I would love to have this book!

  153. This must be Karma! I went to my local health food store yesterday and waited patiently in line for their kale salad (which is dee-lish!). When it was my turn to order I found out the lady in front of me had bought the last of it! Urgh!

    So glad you posted this recipe!

    Would LOVE to win this cookbook!

  154. this looks amazing id love this book!

  155. Your posts look delicious (as always) and that book seems amazing…would love a copy! 🙂
    Thanks for all the great fun food ideas!

  156. Elise V says:

    I would love to win the cookbook and make those black bean burgers, yumm!

  157. bettina says:

    This recipe looks great. I can’t wait to try it.

  158. Thanks for the opportunity to win the book, you made all that food look SO delicious 🙂

  159. The kale recipe looks awesome! I can’t wait to try it and would love to explore others in the book!

  160. Lesley says:

    This book looks so amazing! I’m not a very good cook but these recipes seem like they’d be simple & delicious! My mom is a vegetarian, while I’m not I do enjoy trying vegetarian recipes with her & she is always looking for new & tasty recipes. I’d love to give her this for Mother’s Day!!

  161. Jessica G. says:

    Yum! I definitely might try that chickpea recipe!

  162. Ohhh I wanna win 😉 That almond dressing looks yummy! I’m going to have to keep an eye out for this cookbook (you know, unless I win 😉 haha)

  163. That looks so good! For some reason I can never find kale at the grocery store I usually shop at…I need to look a little harder next time!

  164. i feel like this would be the perfect way to get more into vegan eating! i love you blog and have my fingers crossed that i win!

  165. Katherine says:

    I can’t wait to try this salad. It looks amazing!

  166. That cookbook sounds wonderful. I really need to use more vegetables in my cooking and it is a great way to learn some new recipes.

  167. kale slaw sounds awesome… love to have the book 🙂

  168. I would love for the opportunity to add a new cookbook to my collection as it has been over 4 years (and 70 pounds lost) since I’ve gotten a new cookbook, none of which reflect my current eating habits!

  169. Amber Nore says:

    I would love to win a copy of this cookbook! I always buy kale when i can, because it is so versatile. When I first started eating it, years ago, there was only one way that I knew how to make it (sesame seeds and teriyaki sauce) that I liked. Now, I’ve discovered many ways to enjoy it and I am excited about the recipes from this book!!

  170. Jennifer says:

    That Thai Curry Chickpea Almond Curry looks delicious! I would love to try it!

  171. I LOVE KALE SALADS! I cannot wait to try these recipes after I finish my juice cleanse!

  172. All of these recipes look amazing!! I definitely want to try this kale salad and ummm..ALL of your recipes!! Everything looks delish!!! 🙂

  173. Brynne says:

    Everything sounds absolutely amazing!

  174. I love kale and will definitely try this recipe. Thanks!

  175. Michelle says:

    I would love,love, love to win a copy of this book!!!

  176. I would LOVE a copy of that book. Dreena is always great & full of wonderful ideas… I am looking to go fully vegan soon!

  177. I just moved in with my boyfriend for the first time, so I am on the lookout for tasty ways to satisfy him with vegetarian/vegan eating…this book would totally help! Love the blog 🙂

  178. Let Them Eat Vegan looks amazing! Thanks for sharing the recipes! I feel like I have been getting bored and somewhat lazy with my cooking. Living in Montana, being a vegetarian and trying to eat locally- I am SO ready for local veggies that I can incorporate into all of my meals and new recipes 🙂

  179. Everything looks amazing! Can’t wait to try it.

  180. Christl says:

    Looks awesome!

  181. Kale is my new addiction. Under salmon for a salad, lightly sauteed with garlic on its own or in an omelette, baked as chips…love, love, love! Thank you for these wonderful recipes.

  182. Rebekah says:

    That kale slaw looks amazing!

  183. Jennifer Bubb says:

    Loved her first cookbook! Cannot wait to either win the next or go and buy it!

  184. SusanM says:

    I love kale salads and the almond dressing sounds delicious. Thanks for the informative book review.

  185. Sarah W. says:

    I’ve been hearing so many good things about this book, I would love to have it especially since it gets high marks from you!

  186. I am a HUGE fan of Dreena’s (EVERYTHING I’ve made from her has been A-MAZING), and I’m SO excited to see her new book and drool over all the delectable creations she has dreamt up for us!

  187. Rachel says:

    Looks like such a healthy, great book! I also love kale and I’ll have to try that slaw soon 🙂

  188. We are a fairly recent vegan family of 3 and I am always looking for new recipes. I’d love a copy of this book!

  189. MaryBeth says:

    The kale slaw looks out of this world!!!

  190. Andrea says:

    Kale + Slaw???? YES PLEASE!!

  191. I made this yesterday and it was delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  192. Love all the recipes on this page. Would absolutely love to have this book.

  193. Erin H says:

    I would love to have this book and be able to ‘explore’ more with my veggies!

  194. I would love to win this book. I love veggies!

  195. Billie Jean says:

    Great giveaway! The Thai Chickpea Almond Curry sounds and looks so yummy! I absolutely love chickpeas!

  196. Looks like a great book. I still need to try dressings made with raw almonds and cashews

  197. I have been ready for awhile to go vegetarian…introduce my family to the idea. These recipes are exciting! Sounds lke I will not be “giving up” at all.

  198. Kristen says:

    Id love to try this book I do vegetarian meals for a good portion of the week, but vegan definitely intrigues me

  199. I’m serving my family more vegan meals. These recipes look doable and delicious. I’d LOVE this cookbook!

  200. nancy granieri says:

    wow on approaching my 1st anniversary as a vegatarian i am so excied by the recipes i have found here. thanks for all the wonderful healthful eats and please keep them coming. this cookbook looks amazing.

  201. You had me at Jerk Chickpeas! That sounds good.

  202. Those recipes all look great!

  203. carmen says:

    Bought The ingredients for The slaw today 😉

  204. These recipes look wonderful!

  205. Jill Pickett says:

    Love the Almond Dressing recipe. Looks like a great book!

  206. Can’t wait to try the kale slaw, looks amazing!

  207. woohoooo! i want that book. you know i love ya!

  208. Karen Haynes says:

    I’m looking forward to trying these recipes.

  209. Meagan says:

    Heck yeah Jerk Chickpeas!

  210. Melissa C. says:

    I rally, really want to try eating vegan food… I’m scared though! The bean burger looks great!

  211. This book looks wonderful! I need to try that kale slaw!

  212. I’d love to try this cookbook out!

  213. Scrumptious, health eating… sums that up..

  214. Your bookshelf looks like mine! I’d love to add LTEV to it.

  215. Tiffany M. says:

    I am interested in cooking more Vegan foods for my family and these recipes look soooo goood! I am excited and hope to win 😀

  216. Hope I get kale in this weeks co-op fruit/veggie basket!

  217. The kale slaw looks delicious!!

  218. Thanks to your post here I purchased a copy of the book to send to my mother-in-law for her birthday. She’s felt so good doing a plant-based diet.
    thanks for the wonderful photos too

  219. Would love to learn some new recipes 🙂

  220. Sharye says:

    Going to make this recipe tonight!

  221. Such creative recipes. Would love to give several of these a try!

  222. Martha says:

    This looks awesome! If I don’t win, I think I’ll have to buy it! 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  223. So excited for some new recipes! These would be perfect for the vegan themed cooking club I’m hosting later this month!

  224. This book looks great and it sounds like she has some really fresh ideas. You always do such good, thorough reviews. Thanks for sharing!

  225. debbie says:

    I made the curry almond dressing and it did not come out creamy at all
    does anyone have a tip for me?

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