FoodGawker.com is Stacy’s go-to app for meal inspiration and ideas. The site curates posts from food blogs around the world. The photos are beautiful and really draw you in. She sometimes open it just to gaze at the pics and always ends up bookmarking recipes for future reference. You can sort by category and search by ingredients.
Hell Yea It’s Vegan sets out to prove any favorite recipe can be veganized and delicious.
Raw food recipes:
This Rawsome Vegan Life features a plethora of raw food dishes ranging from smoothies, salads, and entrees to desserts and snacks.
The Rawtarian is a great resource for raw desserts.
The Flavor Bible is the most used food book in my entire collection. They recently released a vegetarian version, but we paid a lot for the one we have and haven’t checked out the newest version yet. We definitely think we would have purchased that one first if it was available at the time.
Salt Sugar Fat, by Micheal Moss provides an in depth and interesting look at how the big food industry giants got consumers hooked on processed foods.
Food Inc. is one of the first food documentaries we watched.
Forks Over Knives gives an inspiring look at how food can be used to gain better health and combat chronic diseases.