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More than any other vegetarian cookbook author, Kramer has charmed the whole of a movement with her accessibility and mystique.
-VegNews Magazine (VegNews Magazine)
This book is not only a treasured collection of recipes, but is also full of imaginative treatments for living life in the happy zone.
-Vegetarians in Paradise (Vegetarians in Parad)
This is one of the best vegan cookbooks I've seen, and one of the most joyous and spirited.
Every self-respecting vegetarian should own at least one book by Sarah Kramer. She's a venerable vegan kitchen goddess who knows that eating cruelty-free doesn't mean sacrificing taste. If you're already a vegan and you don't own this book, buy it now.
-The Memphis Flyer (Memphis Flyer)
La Dolce Vegan! offers fabulous recipes, most of which can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.... many readers will be thrilled to get their hands on her recipe for Vegan Marshmallows!
-The Vegetarian Journal (Vegetarian Journal)
Sarah Kramer was named "The World's Coolest Vegan" by Herbivore magazine. She is the author of La Dolce Vegan! and Vegan a Go-Go! and coauthor of How It All Vegan! and The Garden of Vegan, as well as the Arsenal Pulp Press app Go Vegan! with Sarah Kramer, available for the iPhone and iPad. In addition to creating her vegan masterpieces and maintaining her popular website GoVegan.net, she also owns/operates Tattoo Zoo with her husband Gerry in Victoria, BC.
"What Mick Jagger is to rock 'n' roll, Sarah Kramer is to the vegan lifestyle." ―Bust magazine
Fun. Sassy. Delicious. Easy to read and follow directions. When I think of a dream neighbour, I think of Sarah Kramer. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Janet Planet
I've made three or four of the muffin/cake recipes from this book and each one has failed (I even re-tried one recipe twice). Read morePublished on Oct. 5 2011 by whethergirl
I agree 100% with the question: what's with the vegan cheese?
There are other cookbooks out there that are virtually vegan cheese free, which to me shows the skill and... Read more
Almost all the recipes I've tried have been great. They're all easy, and the quantities are perfect for two people. (I'm addicted to the raspberry and walnut pancakes.)Published on Feb. 10 2008 by mabel
I'm not veg, but I love this book. Sarah is very fun and chatty, peppering the book with personal anecdotes and little jokes. Read morePublished on Feb. 6 2007 by Judy