The Humane Table - Cooking with Compassion Review

The Humane Table - Cooking with Compassion Review

Title: The Humane Table: Cooking with Compassion
Author: Robin Ganzert
Published: October 11, 2022, Greenleaf Book Group Press
No. of Pages: 128
Cover Price: $27.95 Hardcover, $9.99 Kindle

Dr. Robin Ganzert introduces a new concept in her cookbook, The Humane Table: Cooking with Compassion, that helps readers be mindful of compassion and kindness as to the treatment of the animals that end up on our tables. Dr. Ganzert heads America’s first national humane
organization, American Humane, and has been “celebrating compassion, kindness, respect, and love for all animals since 1877.” This cookbook not only promotes American Humane, it makes all of us mindful of the importance of treating animals well.

This amazing cookbook showcases recipes that are unique, innovative, and very appealing; in fact there are recipes for everyone, no matter how picky. The recipes are easy to follow and are written in a succinct manner to make it possible for everyone – no matter their cooking skill level - to prepare these mouthwatering meals. The cookbook is divided up into seasons, including summer, fall, winter, and spring dishes.

The photographs are beautiful and mouthwatering, as well as inspiring. Readers will want to not only prepare the dishes, but will want to use the listed humane suppliers for their ingredients if they have access to them.

The only negative to this cookbook is that it doesn’t have enough recipes; most readers will want more. However the ones included are actually dishes that most people will want to make. This cookbook definitely deserves five stars; it is a truly lovely and inspiring cookbook

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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