If there’s one thing that Hurricane Katrina taught us, it’s that you can’t count on the federal government to come to your rescue in the event of a natural disaster. With that in mind, Vegan Unplugged is a great insurance policy that will keep your family eating well if the shit should ever hit the fan.
It’s a thoughtfully written book showing you the sorts of foods you should keep on hand to help you through an emergency, plus it’s got dozens of quick and simple recipes from Robin Robertson. Best of all, the recipes are divided into two categories: nicer stuff for when you’ve got plenty of water and stovetop access, and emergency options for when your kitchen access is all but nonexistent.
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