Weekly Giveaway: The Wild Vegan Cookbook! NextGenMan is the winner!
Sometimes, before shopping day, it can really feel like you're foraging for food in your own house. Well, Wildman Steve Brill takes it a step further, and forages for foods in our backyards. And our neighbors backyards. And all over the city. In The Wild Vegan Cookbook: A Forager's Culinary Guide (in the Field or in the Supermarket) to Preparing and Savoring Wild (and Not So Wild) Natural Foods (http://www.amazon.com/Wild-Vegan-Cookbook-Supermarket-Preparing/dp/1558327215), Wildman Steve (hehe) shows us how to find the tastiest vegan foods all over town, usually at no cost to us! Seriously, I thought this guy was nuts until I read more about it, and it turns out he's perfectly sane and saving tons of money on groceries. That extra dough could really come in handy around the holidays, right? Even if you're not ready to dumpster dive, he's got tons of fabulous recipes that'll impress even the pickiest holiday dinner guest.
For your chance to win a copy, let me know what your favorite Thanksgiving side dish is!
Giveaway ends on Tuesday, November 16th at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random, must live in USA to win!
So many yummy side dishes, but I think I will go with anything sweet potato/yam!
Stuffing is my first love but wild rice pilaf and homemade cranberry sauce are a close second.
That book looks super cool by the way, I've been itching to learn more about foraging and wild edibles.
3 bean salad is my favorite.
OMG that cookbook looks amazing!
I'm gonna be boring and go with mashed potatoes. But I make really good mashed potatoes!
mashed potatoes and gravy
Im a salad girl through and through.
I'm really hungry right now so I'm gonna say my favorite side dish is something fried, maybe eggplant.
Cornbread stuffing with cranberries!
mashed potatoes...hands down is my favorite Tofurkey Day side...I can remember there always being a huge bowl of mashed potatoes at the table as a kid...since going Vegan they are still my favorite dish and I can make them in a variety of ways now.
Stuffing or stuff acorn squash.
Great looking book.
Stuffiing and gravy!
Glad to have vegweb, the REAL food network!!
Roasted root veggies all the way!
this year, mashed taters, previous years, my quinoa, cherry and walnut stuffing!!
I can't wait to be able to eat grains and real food again.
Most definitely sweet potato casserole topped with pecans!!!!! YUMMY! :)>>>
This book looks awesome. I've been on wild herb walks before and found alot of plants I never though to eat.
Well anyway...my fave holiday side dish would be" Mama Koala's Vegan Mac and "Cheese" from this site. The holidays are the only time I will indulge in such a yummy cheesy treat.
cranberries and gravy!
I make an out of this world vegan pumpkin pie with my vitamixer. It is the perfect recipe - vegan, easy and delicious! :)>>>
Oooh I don't think I can pick one favorite! My mom makes stellar sweet potatoes though...Yum can't wait!