1. I already have a copy, but I wouldn’t mind another one to give away as a gift for the holidays. If it wasn’t for this book, I never would have discovered black salt, which really gives things an eggy flavor. My favorite brunch dish is a veggie-packed tofu scramble for sure!

  2. My favorite breakfast dish is the vegan omelette from Cafe Evolution in Northampton, MA. It is a pretty yellow color and packed with veggies like shitake mushrooms and greens and has vegan cheese. It is served with homemade oat toast and home fries too if I recall correctly. They only have brunch on Sundays so if you are in the area on a Sunday check them out! It is soooo good. I want to make one of my own. 🙂

  3. Tofu scramble with veggies( usually mushrooms, peppers, onions and potatoes), broiled tomatoes and a bit of toast with jam is one of my most often enjoyed brunch dishes.

    (Retweeted and I’m already a fan book fan! )

  4. It’s always interesting when I see that some aren’t gaga over Vcon. That book is my cooking bible! I love it so much. The seitan piccatta is my favorite dish EVER! Ha ha.

    If you love savory, I highly suggest the omelet. The denver is amazing with hickory liquid smoke! And I love the ricotta, tomato and basil one. Mmm. Damn, now I want omelets!

  5. i thought i was the only person a little disappointed with v’con. i too absolutely adore vwav, and while i can appreciate some rock’n recipes in v’con, as a whole, i was a little let down. i’m glad vegan brunch has proved to be glorious, and i still can’t believe i don’t own vegan cupcakes take over the world. christmas wishlist is what i’m thinking.

    i’d love a chance to win vegan brunch. and my favorite brunch dish would have to be tempeh hash. we toss in some tempeh, potatoes, green peppers ‘n onions, a little sriracha and a lot of garlic. so yum!

  6. I just stumbled on your blog, and it looks like I have perfect timing! I love V’con so if you say it’s not her best then I can’t wait to check out the other books. My favorite brunch item is usually French toast (not sure how to make that vegan, although I’m sure it’s possible…)

  7. I would say currently my favorite is soysage and waffles mmm. For a while it was tofu scramble or soysage, biscuits, and gravy. So many good choices!

  8. banana bread french toast with vegan sausage covered in maple syrup. for some reason i think fake sausage and maple syrup are meant for each other…

    p.s. i became a fan on facebook!

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