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Best Instant Pot Cookbook for Vegans in 2020

Best Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook
Best Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook (Image credit: Avery)

A typical vegan diet lends itself well to the pressure cooking method. With the basis of most vegan diets grains and pulses, such as rice, barley, beans, and lentils, it could take as much as several hours to cook on the stove. Luckily, if you have an Instant Pot, you can cook these foods in as little as 20 minutes. Pressure cooked vegetables are also superior. With less water used in the contained cooking process, nutrients are locked in for more flavorful, vibrant veg. If you're looking to start your vegan pressure cooking journey, then check out our selection of specialist cookbooks to inspire you.

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We recommend all these titles for anyone looking to cook vegan food in an Instant Pot, and with the Kindle edition prices very reasonable, you may be able to afford more than one. If you do just buy one though, our overall staff pick, The Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook (opens in new tab) is a really great all-round option that is officially authorized by Instant Pot.

Busy home cooks might want to consider Kathy Hester's The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook for Your Instant Pot (opens in new tab). With a focus on saving time, it has some useful meal ideas that can be cooked all at the same time using a tiered pressure cooking system.

If you've been pressure cooking vegan food for some time already, Vegan Pressure Cooking (opens in new tab) is worthy of consideration as it offers some exciting flavor and ingredient combinations that should challenge even experienced vegan cooks.

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