10 Best :: Vegetarian Cookbooks

Growing up, a family trip to the farmers market was always a highlight of the weekend. I’d always enjoyed helping out in the kitchen, but being allowed to pick out colorful, vibrant vegetables with my own two curious hands instilled a whole new meaning in my cooking experimentation. These days, though I’m not a vegetarian, I often find myself gravitating toward veggie-centric recipes that showcase the season and make me feel a lot healthier in the process! Hope you find this meatless meal inspiration as refreshing and gorgeous as I do. And I’d love to know: what’s your favorite veggie-focused cookbook? (*featured image source)

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10 Best Vegetarian Cookbooks | Camille Styles

1. The French Market Cookbook by Clotilde Dusoulier

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  • 10 Best Vegetarian Cookbooks | Camille Styles
  • 10 Best Vegetarian Cookbooks | Camille Styles
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18 Responses to “10 Best :: Vegetarian Cookbooks”

  1. Quinn Cooper

    All of these look divine. I’m finally getting into cookbooks. I usually find all my recipe inspiration from Pinterest or other blogs. Recently however I have been into buying new cookbooks. I’ll have to look into purchasing a couple of these.
    xo Quinn

    Quinn Cooper Style

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  2. FripperyVintage

    Thanks for the recommendations. Growing up in a Texas meat eating family then marrying a vegetarian I need help!

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    • Camille Styles

      Same here – I do eat meat and fish, but I always find veggie-centric recipes to be the most interesting!

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  3. Blake Barash

    Just like you’re not a vegetarian but like eating that way, my gf is a vegetarian but likes eating vegan. Her go-to cook book is Pure Vegan. Good post Chanel.

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  4. Capella

    I have a cookbook addiction. I can pull out a cookbook and read it like a novel.

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  5. aleandtere

    what a great resource of books. i’ve been contemplating going vegetarian (i’m already 80% there) but i don’t feel educated enough on the subject. thanks for these definitely something to look into

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  6. Cate

    It would be helpful if you gave a brief summary of each book.

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  7. Kathy

    I’ve been a vegetarian since 2005 and vegan since 2009. We cook daily and I love collecting cookbooks. My favorites are Joy of Vegan Baking by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Vegan with a Vengeance by Isa Chandra Moskowitz, and Chloe’s Kitchen by Chloe Coscarelli. Great post!

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  8. Jennifer

    Can’t wait to check out Vegetable Literacy. I use Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone all the time and love it! I’ve gradually started to eat chicken again, but find that I like adding a bit of chicken into vegetarian recipes, rather than cooking meat centered recipes.

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  9. David Rosman

    Any chance you or your readers know a vegetarian cookbook IN FRENCH (not of french food necessarily)? Thanks!

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