This year is shaping up to be a bountiful one for vegan readers. Not only did Veganuary celebrate a record-breaking 600,000 sign-ups, but hundreds of new plant-based products have entered the market and public interest in vegan living seems to be ever-increasing. With that said, let’s take a look at some of Tofu Reader’s to-read books of 2022!

Animal Revolution by Ron Broglio 

Professor Ron Broglio is returning this year with his third book exploring the relationship between humans and non-human animals. His previous works, including, Beasts of Burden: Biopolitics, Labor, and Animal Life in British Romanticism (2017) and Surface Encounters: Thinking with Animals and Art (2011), are underrated cornerstones of modern animal studies. Animal Revolution is sure to be another great addition to Broglio’s oeuvre.

My Days of Dark Green Euphoria by A.E. Copenhaver

Vegan-owned indie publisher Ashland Creek Press released the 2019 Siskiyou Prize-winning title My Days of Dark Green Euphoria by A.E. Coperhaven in February. The book follows Cara Foster, a woman whose eco-consciousness drives her to neuroticism, as she grapples with what it means to be an environmentalist. My Days of Dark Green Euphoria is destined to be a book club favorite.

Natural Flava: Quick & Easy Plant-Based Caribbean Recipes by Craig & Shaun McAnuff

The team behind Original Flava: Caribbean Recipes from Home is back with their second book of Caribbean-inspired plant-based recipes. Jamaican Rastafarians have a long tradition of vegan eating and Craig and Shaun McAnuff are excellent culinary guides. Natural Flava will certainly contain a multitude of easy and exciting recipes for all.

The Vegan Cake Bible: Bake, Build and Decorate Spectacular Cakes by Sarah Kidd

Vegan baker and food photographer Sara Kidd is releasing her second cookbook this year. Kidd’s pastries are colorful, fun, and cruelty-free. This brightly colored, beautifully photographed cookbook will be a wonderful addition to any vegan kitchen.

This is Vegan Propaganda: (And Other Lies the Meat Industry Tells You) by Ed Winters

Vegan influencer and activist Ed Winters, known better as Earthling Ed, is releasing his debut this year with This is Vegan Propaganda (And Other Lies the Meat Industry Tells You). Given Winters’ unwavering dedication to animal rights, charisma, and talent for debating with eloquence, this book is destined to be a must-read for vegans and non-vegans alike.

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