Cookbook Review| Blue Moon Vegan by Paula Marie Coomer & Jan Calvert

The Paperback Princess

I received a copy of this cookbook in exchange for an honest review.


In Blue Moon Vegan, Paula Marie Coomer partners with baker Jan Calvert to raise the culinary bar with over one hundred original recipes, all of which are based on plant derived ingredients and are also gluten-free. Ranging from luscious side dishes to scrumptious breads, snacks, pastries, and innovative main courses, these easy to follow recipes will inspire both new and experienced vegans as well as omnivores looking to add a few meatless meals to the menu. The book also includes dozens of pages of nutrition and cooking information, based on Coomer’s background in nursing, Calvert’s experience running her own gluten-free bakery, and their mutual struggle with gluten intolerance.

My Rating

My Thoughts
Having been on a Vegan diet at one point in my life, and currently going gluten-free, I was immediately intrigued by this book. Back…

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Top 20 Illustrated Books Every Parent Should Read To Their Kids

The Paperback Princess

Story time is one of the things we love to do as a family.  I like sharing the same stories I grew up with, and thought I would share my list of children’s books every parent should read to their kids:

1. The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch

Beauty is more than what you see on the surface.  This a book every little girl should read.  It’s about a Princess who outsmarts a dragon to save her prince.

2. Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

How do you know you don’t like something, if you haven’t tried it? A silly story with a message: don’t knock it till you try it.

3. Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans

In an old house in Paris that was covered in vines

Lived twelve little girls in two straight lines

A classic tale of a brave little girl named Madeline, one that most…

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