About the Author
Bryant Terry is an award-winning chef and food justice activist. He is the author of Vegan Soul Kitchen, and coauthor of Grub: Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen with Anna Lappé. He lives in Oakland, California with his wife and daughter.
“This is more than a collection of recipes…it is a sassy collage of stories, music, art, and of course, delicious vegan cuisine.”
“A fabulous mix of African-American, Southern, and vegan recipes and menus that reminds us of what it means to miss New Orleans.”
“Soulful approach to healthy living…Terry offers recipes that can bring people together in the celebration of healthy, delicious food"
Props for Bryant Terry:
San Francisco Bay Guardian, Best of the Bay Awards 2012, “Best Cookbook Cheftivist”
The New York Times
“This young food activist make Southern cooking healthy and cool.”
“Bryant Terry knows that good food should be an everyday right and not a privilege.”
“Bryant Terry is a culinary muse unlike any other. His great gift is to reconnect us with the radical joy that food brings, making inspired vegans out of us all.”
“Bryant Terry’s funky, flavorful cuisine is remixing our diets—he’s the Pete Rock of collard greens. This is more than a cookbook; it’s a call to action, a recipe for a more just and delectable world.”
"Bryant Terry's recipes manage the impossible: everyday cooking that is approachable and homey, yet always creative, flavorful and never mundane."
“The book is overflowing with great entrée ideas”
“[Terry’s] “best book yet.”
“The Inspired Vegan is loaded with unexpected delicacies”
“Terry’s follow-up to his excellent Vegan Soul Kitchen lays bare the many inspirations behind his creative vegan cuisine. Each of 12 seasonal menus begins with a quote and a story, and Terry lists book and music recommendations in sidebars. This approach, while unconventional, offers an intriguing way to connect to Terry’s recipes…Highly recommended for vegans who like to entertain.”