I have been on a binge in requesting to read the ARCs of cookbooks, hoping they might trigger some form of interesting cooking spree. I may have bitten off more than I can chew ( see what I did there?) but I persevere.
This is one of the books I wanted to check out because of its intriguing use of something as simple as pressure cooking ( as a side note, most Indian households are very familiar with the use of a pressure cooker and probably need it in their kitchen even if used infrequently!). This book consists of basic instructions for those unfamiliar with the concept, so it would be a good addition to your shelf if you have not tried it out despite being curious. It provides the standard recipes which are not flamboyant and would be something that people could maintain the habit of preparing on a daily basis. I was not wowed by any of them, but they did get me thinking. I might just try a little something different the next time I cook.
I am not really a Vegan but since most vegetarian cookbooks do not come with too many recipes I can use, I tend to try out more of the Vegan cookbooks. So far, they continue to give me interesting ideas that I am yet to implement! If you have not already, do check out my last compilation post: June 2018 Books vs Moods