I have a weakness for cookbooks. I can sit and spend hours reading them. I mentally adjust recipes, look for things I might like to try, and just in general enjoy them.
I picked up these three from the library Sunday afternoon.
My general review is based on the number of recipes I could see myself making some version of.
Isa Does It only has about 4 or 5 recipes I might try. None of them were particularly earth shattering to me. This was one I am glad I checked out before considering purchasing it.
However, Vegan Brunch, which is written by the same author, was marginally better. Mostly I found a few pancake and bread type recipes I might would try. Again not high enough to qualify for me to spend money on.
Fresh from the Vegetarian Slow Cooker by Robin Robertson is one I would consider investing in. I made a list of 26 must try recipes and a long list of several other possibilities. Most of the recipes I immediately ruled out were because of nut and or peanut ingredients. Some could be easily altered though. Of course, I have admitted before I am partial to her books. However, the plan is to try the recipes I have marked and see if we like them. If we do and I consider them worth investing money in I will begin a search for an inexpensive used copy of this book.