Best Vegan Cookbooks – Top 10 Romantic Cookbooks for Lovers (From Amazon)

Spice up your romance with these romantic vegan & vegetarian cookbooks...

Valentine’s Day is the nationally-recognized day for celebrating love and romance. Partners will buy flowers and chocolates for their special someone, and their beloveds will plan a romantic evening and seduction. Card companies and flower shops love the holiday due to business increase from lovers expressing their loved ones.
However, if you want to spark some romance with food, there are books you can get on Amazon to help you prepare a vegan/vegetarian dinner for two. You and your special someone. Spice up your romance with these romantic vegan & vegetarian cookbooks!
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Romantic meal Guide for Valentine’s Day: Contents

Best Vegan Cookbooks – Top 10 Romantic Cookbooks for Lovers

1. The Lusty Vegan: A Cookbook and Relationship Manifesto for Vegans and Those Who Love Them

By Ayinde Howell & Zoe Eisenberg.
This is not just a vegan cookbook, it’s a lifestyle book! With an added value for your love life. Maybe it’s our most favorite from all the other vegan cookbooks, A cookbook and advice guide for vegans dating non-vegans. Delicious recipes by a respected chef, and advice on relationships, dating, and sex when one wants tofu while the other wants a cheeseburger! Irreverent humor, solid advice, and good eats!

And the readers are phrasing with a 5-star review!
You can’t go wrong with this one: “This is the book I wish I had when I first went vegan. Navigating relationships with omnivores was really tricky at first. I’m married now (to a man who enjoys steak and ice cream) and I have to admit I made a few mistakes when we first moved in together (like trying to convert him).”

 

2.The Superfun Times Vegan Holiday Cookbook: Entertaining for Absolutely Every Occasion

Bestselling author, vegan goddess, and comfort food queen Isa Chandra Moskowitz is back with her biggest book ever! To prove that making festive vegan food for any occasion can be easy, delicious, and super fun. Chapter 4 is dedicated to Valentines Day and the romantic meal for two!

 

3. The French Market Cookbook: Vegetarian Recipes from My Parisian Kitchen

Paris, Paris, oh… it’s probably the romantic city in the world. But Paris and vegan food? well, we’re getting there too. Beloved ChocolateAndZucchini.com food blogger Clotilde Dusoulier is not a vegetarian. But she has chosen to eat less meat and fish, and is always looking for new ways to cook what looks best at the market. In The French Market Cookbook, Clotilde Dusoulier takes us through the seasons in 82 recipes. Explores the love story between French cuisine and vegetables.

 

4. The Sexy Vegan Kitchen: Culinary Adventures In Love & Sex

By Aimee Christine Hughes 
We know it’s not the sexiest romantic vegan cookbooks cover, but when readers are phrasing, we do listen. The Sexy Vegan Kitchen: Culinary Adventures In Love & Sex! Within the aphrodisiacal pages of this intoxicating vegan cookbook, you’ll find simple and sexy recipes created with libido-boosting ingredients! Geared to support your sex organs and enhance your love life. If you’re looking to heal the planet and your sex life simultaneously, this one is just for you!

 

5. The Vegan Boulangerie: The best of traditional French Baking

Back to French delicious bread and treats. This book offers such lovely recipes! Baguette, petite pains… every recipe in this book is too sexy to pronounce. Don’t give up on your French baking dream – buy the book and learn the French Boulangerie vegan secrets!
No wonder why it’s on our best vegan cookbooks list!

6. ¡Salud! Vegan Mexican Cookbook: 150 Mouthwatering Recipes from Tamales to Churros

Mexican food has always been my go-to comfort food. And with ¡Salud! Vegan Mexican Cookbook, Eddie shows us that we can enjoy the rich flavors of Mexico in a healthful way that not only nourishes the soul but our entire body.
—María Celeste Arrarás, Puerto Rican broadcast journalist, winner of the 2001 PETA Humanitarian Award!

 

 

7. Thug Kitchen: The Official Cookbook: Eat Like You Give a F*ck

Listed on Amazon charts of most sold books – There is nothing sexier as not giving a f*ck, right? this cookbook ranked as a no.1 New York Times Best Seller and has remained on the list into Summer 2015. This cookbook delivers more than 100 recipes of Thug Kitchen’s favorite meals, snacks, and sides. Great for beginning cooks to home chefs. Roasted Beer and Lime Cauliflower Tacos? Pumpkin Chili? Grilled Peach Salsa? You bet your sweet ass. Plus Thug Kitchen arms you with all the info and techniques you’ll need to shop on a budget and eat like you give a f*ck.

 

8. The Sexy vegan cookbooks: Extraordinary Food from an Ordinary Dude 

After graduating from college, Brian Patton was back to living at his parents’ home in Pennsylvania. A public relations graduate with an expensive education but no job. As a result – Brian watched a cooking shows and thought, “I can do that”… and the rest is history.

The Sexy Vegan’s signature style is efficient, lively, and funny. He doesn’t take himself seriously, but he takes his food seriously. His moto: Great food options while staying healthy and protecting the planet.

Vegan Romantic & Sexy Desserts Cookbooks

9. Clara Cakes: Delicious and Simple Vegan Desserts for Everyone!

By Clara Polito
The sexiest cakes ever! Clara started baking at twelve years old and quickly started selling at shows. Making her brother’s birthday cakes which turned into making customers’ birthday cakes. At the age of 19, she became a published author. This cookbook contains 50 recipes. Spanning from cakes, cookies, bars, pies, to frostings. Beyond the tried and true desserts, you’ll find playlists, essays, and funny stories she had collected along the way. Buy the book, get it greasy, and don’t forget to wear some basketball shorts for max comfort.

 

10. The Cookie Dough Lover’s Cookbook: Cookies, Cakes, Candies, and More

Food blogger Lindsay Landis has invented the perfect cookie dough. It tastes great. It’s egg free (and thus safe to eat raw). You can whip it up in minutes. And, best of all, you can use it to make dozens of delicious cookie dough creations! From cakes, custards, and pies to candies, brownies, and even granola bars. Included are recipes for indulgent breakfasts (cookie dough doughnuts!), frozen treats (cookie dough popsicles!), outrageous snacks (cookie dough wontons! cookie dough fudge! cookie dough pizza!) and more.

 

11. Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World: 75 Dairy-Free Recipes for Cupcakes that Rule

This unique romantic vegan cookbook contains over 50 recipes for cupcakes and frostings with stunning full-color photographs. Isa and Terry offer delicious, cheap, egg-free, and dairy-free recipes for standards like Classic Vanilla Cupcakes (with chocolate frosting), Crimson Velveteen Cupcakes (red velvet with creamy white frosting), and Linzer Torte Cupcakes (hazelnut with raspberry and chocolate ganache), as well as innovative Chai Latte Cupcakes (with powdered sugar) and Banana Split Cupcakes (banana-chocolate chip-pineapple with fluffy frosting). The book also includes gluten-free recipes, decorating tips, baking guidelines, vegan shopping advice, and Isa’s own cupcake anecdotes. Dessert lovers and vegans rejoice when Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World.

 

 

Vegetarian Romantic Cookbooks

12. Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy: Down Home Classics for Vegetarians (and the Meat-Eaters Who Love Them)

Damaris Phillips is a southern chef in love with an ethical vegetarian. In Phillips’s household, greens were made with pork, and it wasn’t Sunday without fried chicken. So she had to transform the way she cooks. In Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy, Phillips shares 100 recipes that embody the modern Southern kitchen: food that retains all its historic comfort and flavor but can now be enjoyed by vegetarians and meat-lovers alike.

 

13. Naturally Vegetarian: Recipes and Stories from My Italian Family Farm

A stunning vegetarian seasonal Italian cookbook from the creator of the award-winning blog Hortus Cuisine, featuring 125 delicious all-vegetarian recipes from the author’s family farm in northeastern Italy.

 

Foods That Help Spark Romance On Valentines Day

Want to spark romance on Valentines Day? these foods are easy to find in the grocery store, and will help you impress your beloved without doing the same flowers-and-chocolates as everybody else does:

Strawberries and chocolate

Strawberries are red and juicy, sweet without being overly sweet and pair well with chocolate. Buy a fondue maker or a chocolate fountain to sweeten the romance. Dip your lover’s strawberry into the chocolate and feed the strawberry to him or her. It is a very intimate action and is likely to remind your lover of passion and kissing.

Raspberries, bananas, and whipped cream

According to Gourmet Sleuth, raspberries and bananas are a natural aphrodisiac. Whipped cream (you can find a plant-based too) adds an element of fun. Layer raspberries, add whipped cream and layer bananas. Or mix bananas and raspberries together and add whipped cream on top. Kiss each other using a raspberry between your lips. The kiss will be juicy and sweet.

Dark chocolate and red wine

Dark chocolate has antioxidants to improve your health and enhance your natural beauty. Chocolate releases happiness with every bite. Red wine also contains antioxidants (from the grapes) and can recreate the lighted-headed feeling of initial romantic spark due to the alcohol. Enjoy it as a dessert after a light meal of vegetables and steak.

Romantic Vegetables

Gourmet Sleuth lists the following vegetables as aphrodisiacs: asparagus, arugula, and carrots. Lightly cook the asparagus and carrots in butter and add to the arugula for a light salad. Drizzle with a sweet vinaigrette and top with almonds, a considered love nut. Adding small steaks to the meal will provide the protein you will need if the Valentine dinner goes as well as planned. If you are a vegetarian, here is a recipe to give you ideas.

Figs

Gourmet Sleuth recommends serving “fresh Black Mission figs in a cool bowl of water as it is done in Italy and be sure to eat with your fingers”. Not only are figs healthy and uniquely flavored, they supposedly stimulate sexual desire. Have Italian music playing softly in the background to add to the romantic atmosphere.

If you want to increase the sex appeal, sprinkle the room with rose petals or place flowers periodically around to fragrance your home. Moisturize for soft skin and spritzed on your favorite cologne or perfume. The atmosphere will increase the aphrodisiac effects of the foods. Most importantly, have fun with your partner. Romance should be fun as well as delicious.

 

Chocolates Relation To Valentines Day

 

Chocolate is believed to have been discovered approx 2000 years ago in the tropicals rainforests of the Americas. The Discover that made the Mayan culture to be the first to consume it (so believed). The Mayans referred to this new discovery as food for the Gods. Over the years, many traditions and beliefs of using chocolate for faith, health, strength, and sexual passion have led to the association of chocolate and Valentine’s Day.

The early Aztecs believed that chocolate was an aphrodisiac. But it was in the French Royal court that chocolate gained its reputation as being an aphrodisiac, or if you like, a substance that arouses sexual desire. It is believed that sometime during the seventeenth century, lovers tended to exchange chocolate with one another on Valentine’s day.

In the early history of chocolate, the elite would make liquid concoctions of chocolate to drink. They believed this drink to be an elixir of love, life, and fertility. It wasn’t until 1780, that the first machine-made chocolate was produced in Barcelona. The first solid chocolate bar made by Fry & Sons in the early 1800s and the first Valentine’s Day box of chocolates was created in 1868, by Richard Cadbury.

Chocolate is so valued in our world today, that even the United States Government rations it out to the troops and people who participate in space missions, as part of their meal packs.

The love drug

Though chocolate has never been scientifically identified as an aphrodisiac, there is a small amount of phenylethylamine (PEA), also known as “the love drug” in it. There is nothing to prove that the PEA that is found in foods increases the PEA in the brain. Even without the science involved in eating chocolate, people still have the belief that chocolate most definitely has euphoric results.

Valentine’s Day is a day that is associated with love. It is commonly advertised with symbols of hearts and cupids, and people of all kinds value the idea of love. Take a moment to imagine what the sales for chocolate would be if the symbolization for selling it were a sexual enhancement or a love elixir.

So in today’s world, as with tradition, we take all of our beliefs and our love for chocolate and utilize it to sweeten the heart of someone we love on Valentine’s Day. And in some cases hope for that aphrodisiac effect.

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