Cream of Tomato Soup from the Oh She Glows Cookbook

[oh she glows cookbook cover]The day the long-awaited Oh She Glows Cookbook showed up on our doorstep was an exciting one indeed.

My wife and I do a lot of cooking at home, and time permitting, we make as much as we can from scratch — staples like almond butter, hummus, almond milk, and vegetable stock. Foods that of course you can buy, but it just feels better (and it’s usually cheaper, too) to make them ourselves.

And if there’s one blog that has helped us find our way along this less-trodden (these days), do-it-yourself path — and one blog that seems to turn up whenever we Google “how to roast pumpkins” or “oil-free vegan pancake recipe” — it’s Oh She Glows, by Angela Liddon.

Though we haven’t met in person, Angela has become an online friend of mine. I jumped at the chance to get a review copy, knowing major points would be scored on the  home front (as they always are when advance copies of cookbooks show up) but also genuinely excited to see how Angela would distill her considerable natural cooking chops and hundreds of recipes on her blog into a cohesive, comprehensive book format.

To nobody’s surprise, she has done it beautifully, with rustic, DIY elegance.

In addition to making great food, Angela knows how to photograph it, too: she did all her own photos for this book (check out her fun shots of my buffalo hummus from when she reviewed my book last fall to see what I mean). The result is a colorful, farmhouse-vibed volume of approachable vegan recipes that draw on a nice collection of homemade staples — chia jam, almond milk, vegetable stock, mushroom gravy, pumpkin butter, cashew cream, and beans from scratch, to name just a few.

The recipe I’m sharing today is my favorite so far, but all eight or so that we’ve cooked have been hits. And a remarkable thing about the Oh She Glows Cookbook, as Erin pointed out to me, is that all the recipes look good enough to make — not just a handful of standouts, as is the case with many cookbooks (though a few “keepers” is really all I need to consider a book worthwhile).

To end my gush, I’ll point to the balance between health and taste Angela has struck with her new book: though every recipe is vegan, Oh She Glows is decidedly not oil-free, salt-free, soy-free, sugar-free, or gluten-free. The recipes are labeled as such when they are, and easy to adapt otherwise: the two items in the preceding list that I’ve started paying attention to are oil and salt, and though the amounts in most of Angela’s recipes are fairly modest already, it’s been no problem to adjust as desired. For my family, for where we are right now on the “healthy and homemade, but tasty and practical” spectrum , Oh She Glows is perfect.

Alright, recipe time! Well, almost. Two more details, including the giveaway:

  • The Oh She Glows Cookbook is officially released today (March 4th)! Check out Angela’s sneak peak post, or just go get it on Amazon (affiliate link). Oh and by the way, don’t be confused by the two different covers — the carrots one in this post is the U.S. version; Canada’s has a parfait on the cover.
  • Angela and her publisher are generously giving away a copy of the new book to one lucky No Meat Athlete reader! To enter, just leave a comment on this post, and I’ll select the winner at random on Monday, March 10th. If you win, I’ll email you, and update this post with whatever name you put in your comment. [UPDATE: The winner of the cookbook is Jennifer, who commented on March 4th, 2014 at 3:18pm. Congrats Jennifer, and thanks to all 604 entrants!]

Thanks to Angela for the chance to review and give away a copy of her book (on release day, no less), and for permission to share this fantastic soup recipe. The Italian chickpea croutons had our house smelling like it was an occasion far bigger than a random Wednesday night, and with a slice of rustic wheat bread, this creamy soup with the chickpea croutons stood on its own for a substantial, comforting meal.


Cream of Tomato Soup with Roasted Italian Chickpea Croutons

[creamy tomato soup photo]

Reprinted with permission from The Oh She Glows Cookbook, by Angela Liddon, published by Avery, a member of the Penguin Group, copyright 2014.

Note from Angela: This is a classic cream-based tomato soup, revamped to be good for you and free of animal products. Blending a small amount of soaked cashews into the soup transforms the tomato base into a luxurious, creamy soup, and the sun-dried tomatoes add depth of flavor to the tomato base. And with the crunchy Italian chickpea “croutons,” there are no traditional bread croutons required. Be sure to soak the raw cashews in the water the night before (or for at least three to four hours) so they are ready when you plan to make the soup.

Makes 8 cups (2 L)

Prep time: 20 minutes

Cook time: 30 to 40 minutes

Gluten-free, soy-free, sugar-free, grain-free

For the Chickpea Croutons:

1 (15-ounce/425-g) can chickpeas, drained and rinsed

1 teaspoon (5 mL) grapeseed oil or melted coconut oil

1/2 teaspoon (2 mL) dried oregano

1/8 teaspoon (0.5 mL) cayenne pepper

1 teaspoon (5 mL) garlic powder

1/4 teaspoon (1 mL) onion powder

3/4 teaspoon (4 mL) fine-grain sea salt or Herbamare

For the Tomato Soup:

1 tablespoon (15 mL) extra-virgin olive oil

1 small to medium yellow onion, diced (1.5 to 2 cups/375 to 500 mL)

2 large cloves garlic, minced

1/2 cup (125 mL) raw cashews, soaked (see page 11)

2 cups (500 mL) vegetable broth

1 (28-ounce/793-g) can whole peeled tomatoes, with their juices

1/4 cup (60 mL) oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes, drained

3 to 4 tablespoons (45 to 60 mL) tomato paste

1/2 to 1 teaspoon (2 to 5 mL) dried oregano

3/4 to 1 teaspoon (4 to 5 mL) fine-grain sea salt

1/2 teaspoon (2 mL) freshly ground black pepper, plus more as needed

1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon (1 to 2 mL) dried thyme

For serving:

Fresh basil leaves

Olive oil

Freshly ground black pepper


1. Make the Chickpea Croutons: Preheat the over to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C). Line a large rimmed baking sheet with paper towels. Place the chickpeas on the paper towels and place a couple of paper towels on top. Roll them around until any liquid on them has been absorbed. Discard the paper towels.

2. Transfer the chickpeas to a large bowl and stir in the grapeseed oil, oregano, cayenne, garlic powder, onion powder, and salt. Line the baking sheet with parchment paper and then spread the chickpeas in an even layer on the baking sheet.

3. Bake for 15 minutes. Give the pan a shake from side to side and cook for 15 to 20 minutes more, watching closely, until the chickpeas are lightly charred and golden.

4. Let cool on the baking sheet for at least 5 minutes. The chickpeas will crisp up as they cool.

5. Make the Tomato Soup: In a large saucepan, heat the olive oil over medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and saute for 5 to 6 minutes, or until the onion is translucent.

6. In a blender, combine the soaked cashews and the broth and blend on high speed until creamy and smooth. Add the garlic-onion mixture, tomatoes and their juices, sun-dried tomatoes, and tomato paste and blend on high until smooth.

7. Pour the tomato mixture into the saucepan in which you cooked the onions and set the pan over medium-high heat. Bring the mixture to a simmer, then stir in the oregano, salt, pepper, and thyme, all to taste.

8. Gently simmer over medium heat, uncovered, for 20 to 30 minutes, until the flavors have developed.

9. Ladle the soup into bowls and top each with 1/3 to 1/2 cup (75 to 125 mL) of the Chickpea Croutons. Garnish with minced fresh basil leaves, a drizzle of olive oil, and freshly ground black pepper.

Tips: The chickpeas will lose their crispness in the soup, so be sure to add them just before you sit down to eat — or you can even add the chickpeas as you eat the soup. 

If you have leftover chickpeas, make sure they’re cool, then pop them into a baggie or container and throw them in the freezer. Freezing the chickpeas seems to retain their crispness better than leaving them at room temperature. To reheat, simply pop the frozen chickpeas into the oven at 425 degrees F (220 degrees C) for 5 minutes or so, until thawed. Voila — instant roasted chickpeas!



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  1. Ashley v says:

    I’ve been following Angela’s blog for a while now and have been excited about her upcoming book for about as long!

  2. Love Angela! I already ordered my copy but would love to win one to give out as a gift!

  3. Ravi Gupta says:

    Would love to get this book for a very special friend. She loves books and especially the ones related to food and cooking.

  4. I love NMA, I love Oh She Glows and I love beautiful cookbooks! I can’t wait to try this recipe and others in the book. Thanks for sharing, Matt.

  5. LOVE Oh She Glows recipes and would love to win the cookbook!

  6. I’d love to win a copy!!

  7. I have been looking forward to the release of this book!

  8. This soup looks so good! I am surprised you did not just hear my stomach rumble reading the recipe!! Can’t wait to try more recipes from her new cookbook, as I love her blog.

  9. I want to glow, too! Beautiful photography. I have tried a few recipes online. Always good!

  10. I would love to win this cookbook. Have been following her blog for months!!!

  11. going home to make some soup!

  12. The cookbook looks fantastic! I’m excited to try the soup.

  13. Amanda Gaden says:

    WOO HOO! Exciting! And love it when two of my favorite blogs come together. Makes me feel like I’m “living right”! :o)

  14. Kerry Anderson says:

    Love Oh She Glows! I get so many recipes from her site already I will have to purchase the book!

  15. Courtney says:

    This is awesome – Angela’s recipes are amazing, super healthy, and -best of all – husband approved! Yummmmmmm

  16. Love her blog! Can’t wait to get my paws on this cookbook!

  17. Hannah Short says:

    This looks amazing!! I am definitely going to try it out. Tomorrow is my first real vegan day – I’m doing a Lent challenge to raise money for Compassion in World Farming but intend to keep it up long term for ethical, and health, reasons. Would love Angela’s book (ha! Fingers crossed!) and I love your blog – was one of the first that has persuaded me to go for it! Thank you.

  18. Looks great! I want the cookbook!

  19. Glad to hear the cookbook is coming out; I usually don’t buy too many of those (I mean, theres the internet!) but this will definitely be one I’ll be picking up

  20. Deb Zinn says:

    Got to reading her page because a friend mentioned her vegan brownies were out of this world! Love her page and would LOVE to win the cookbook to try more amazing recipes!

  21. she has some of the best recipes! in love with the salt and vinegar chick peas from her website!

  22. I love Oh She Glows! hope I win a copy of the cookbook!

  23. So excited for this cookbook! Love her blog, but I love using “real” cookbooks too! 🙂

  24. Christine says:

    Oh she glows taught me how to bake! Once you go glow, it never gets old!

  25. Karen Shaw says:

    Mmmm. I can’t wait to try this. I’ve been looking for a good tomato soup recipe. Winning a copy of the book would just be a bonus. 🙂

  26. Tomato soup is one of my favorites, and I have recently discovered roasted chickpeas – yum. I’d love to win this book!

  27. Bridget Bienkowski says:

    I love OSG!!! Her whole approach to a healthy lifestyle has been interesting to watch evolve. And I love cookbooks with pictures!!!

  28. I love all the Oh She Glows recipes I have tried. I would love to win the book!

  29. Looking to build my meatless cookbook collection and by extension my meatless cooking repertoire! Excited to check it out!

  30. I’m going to make this next week! Tomato soup is one of the few healthy foods my 7 year old will eat. By the way, your site is probably my favorite out of the many plant based sites I visit. Keep doing your thing, you are amazing and I love your attitude and approach and find it very encouraging.

  31. Michelle says:

    Oh She Glows and No Meat Athlete were the only things that got me through my first 6 months of going plant-based!

  32. That recipe looks amazing!

  33. Yum. Going to save this.

  34. I, too, have come across Oh She Glows when doing online recipe searches numerous times! Everything I’ve made from her site has been so yummy! Her Vegan Lasagna with Basil Cashew Cheeze recipe made one 9-year old boy, who was diagnosed with a dairy allergy at age 7, VERY happy!!!

  35. This soup looks delicious. Can’t wait to do it on my own 🙂

  36. I would love to have her cookbook – I love the blog (both)!

  37. Darin Cordell says:

    I’m on a no spending in the month of March (except for necessities, of course) challenge, something I am sure you can appreciate, Matt, the challenge aspect anyway. However, I wanted this book as soon as I heard about it. And this post isn’t helping me to stick to the challenge. Guess I will have to wait until April to get it. Unless I am the lucky winner. 🙂

  38. Love her blog and it would be awesome to win a copy of the book!

  39. Great looking recipe…thanks!

  40. In love with Angela and her cooking! Been following her for a few years now & would def be ecstatic about winning a copy of her book!

  41. Elizabeth says:

    I would love a chance to make the recipes from the Oh She Glows cookbook – thanks for posting this one to get me started! 🙂

  42. These recipes look lovely and delicious. I’m excited to try the soup and hummus. I add polenta to my soups in my Vitamix to get a creamier texture. I’m excited to try cashews.

  43. Amy Johnson says:

    I made your Buffalo Hummus when Angrla reviewed it on her blog and then started following you as a result. Live both of your blogs and social media, recipes and ‘no meat’ advice. Would love to win her book!

  44. Caroline says:

    What a great giveaway! And thanks for the recipe 🙂

  45. I’ve never tried an Oh She Glows recipe, but after checking this one out, I can’t wait to take a look at her site and the book!

  46. This recipe sounds wonderful!

  47. This looks absolutely delicious! I love the idea of the chickpea croutons!

  48. I would love this. Thanks for the recipe too!

  49. I love the Oh She Glows website. I am excited that there is now a complete cookbook!

  50. I love the “Oh She Glows” blog, and can’t wait to try more of her recipes!

  51. Melissa C. says:

    Her recipes are awesome!!

  52. Yes Please!!!

  53. LOVE this recipe! I’m sure her cookbook has many more wonderful recipes to try! Would love a copy of her cookbook.

  54. (hand raised in the back, jumping up and down) Oooh, me me me!

  55. Tomato soup is my favorite! Thank you for posting this because I haven’t found a vegan one that does it for me yet and I’m excited to try this 🙂 Going to try to hold out until Monday to find out who the winner is before buying

  56. This looks so yummy! I can’t wait to try it, and hopefully win a copy of this book! I am so looking forward to start planting veggies!

  57. Elizabeth says:

    Great review of a surely great cookbook. Oh She Glows is one of my go-to recipe blogs. Would love to add the book to my collection.

  58. Jennifer W says:

    Oh wow, that soup eyes-smack-your-head good. I gotta try that recipe today! Thanks for the review and the giveaway.

  59. I love Oh She Glows and would love a copy of the cookbook!

  60. If you send me a copy of this cookbook, I will dedicate my family’s first meal from it to you 🙂

  61. Mitch Lord says:

    This sounds excellent. As a 6’3″ 210lb heavy equipment mechanic and welder, I’m always looking for new ideas for hearty dishes and meals to fill me up. As a vegetarian for 21 years, I’ve revisited, revised and reimagined many dishes on my own, but sometimes I find myself lacking in inspiration and getting into dietary ruts. That’s where the cookbooks come in.

  62. Madison says:

    I’ve greatly enjoyed the Oh She Glows website but have yet to try a recipe. I think this Tomato Soup will be my 1st! The cookbook looks beautiful and sounds like it would be a go-to for recipe inspiration in my house!

  63. Angela N says:

    This sounds like just the kind of cookbook I need to prepare meals my meat eating husband might be able to enjoy with me. I know she is one of the leaders in online plant based recipes. I like the idea of making a lot of your staples from scratch.

  64. I have been an OSG fan for years! Some of my go-to vegan recipes in efforts to convert friends and family (JK, kindof) are from her website!

  65. Angela TL says:

    This soup looks amazing! Must try it this week!

  66. I love the oh she glows site! A ton of great recipes for vegitarians like myself, my favorite being her chocolate chip cookie dough Lara bars. Would love to win the book and make more of the recipes. 🙂

  67. Jackie Rosenfeld says:

    Wow, that looks so good. Perfect on a cold day like this one. Would love a copy!

  68. I’ve been so looking forward to this book coming out. This first recipe sounds great.

  69. If that recipe is any indication of her blog… please excuse me, but I’ve got to go there right now!

  70. Ainsley says:

    Would love to win this book – haven’t ordered it yet but intend to get it as Oh She Glows is my “go to” for recipes – LOVE it!

  71. I, too, always find her recipes popping up when I search for vegan dinner recipes. And each one I’ve made has been delicious!

  72. I love her recipes!! I was excited for her cookbook to come out!! I will definitely be getting this cookbook if I don’t win the giveaway!! Her food always looks amazing, and that soup looks delish. One of my favorites.

  73. Love you guys have connected! Oh She Glows rocks. Her lentil loaf is our Thanksgiving meal that sits proudly next to the turkey for the meat-eaters. I’ve even made them into lentil balls and thrown them in the freezer for quick meals.

  74. I LOVE this blog! I feel like I sound like a broken record as I send so many people her way. I can’t wait to get my hands on the book!

  75. Oh She Glows is truly one of the best food blogs around – vegan or otherwise. I’m so excited for this cookbook!

  76. Oh She Glows is one of my favorites! I also love tomato soup

  77. Looks like a wonderful cook book. I am always looking for new ways to change up dinner for my family!

  78. Angela’s blog is one of my faves…As is NMA! Looking forward to pursuing the new book. Thanks for reviewing & sharing a recipe, Matt!

  79. I’m really looking forward to getting this book. Her blog pops up all the time when I’m googling some crazy recipe idea. I LOVE the idea of chickpea croutons. I can see using them on a variety of soups and just by themselves.

  80. This recipe sounds and looks delicious. Would love to have a copy of the cookbook!

  81. Sounds yummy!

  82. I discovered Angela’s blog through this website, actually and have become a quick fan! I’ll throw my hat in the ring for a free cookbook! Thanks =)

  83. Wendolyn says:

    Angela’s recipes are my fav! I first found her when Googling homemade Lara bar recipes, and have been a fan ever since. Her recipes are always so fresh!

  84. Chickpea croutons – what a great idea! So excited for this cookbook…

  85. I love the Oh She Glows recipes, this cookbook would be a great addition to any vegan kitchen, I want it!

  86. Karen Monsén says:

    I follow the both of you and I love Oh She Glows recipes via internet. I live in Sweden and so want this cookbook!!

  87. Cellabella says:

    I’m a big fan of Oh She Glows, thanks for the giveaway!

  88. That soup looks delicious! I love Oh She Glows’ blog and have made a bunch of her recipes before, so I can only image I would like this cookbook just as much :). Thanks for the giveaway.

  89. Madeline says:

    The soup looks delicious, perfect for the weather right now. And I’d love the chance to win her cookbook!

  90. Tiffany Allen says:

    OSG has been one of my favorite blogs since I went vegan 4 years ago. I’ve been waiting for this cookbook for so long! Pick me!! 🙂

  91. Pick me! Pick me!

  92. jasmine says:

    i would love to win this!

  93. Love her recipes; so excited to see the cookbook

  94. Is there anything better than creamy tomato soup on a snowy, cold day? It’s my perennial favorite before I was veg and even now. I love the addition of the chickpea croutons here, brilliant!

  95. Love Love Angela’s blog and all of her recipes that I’ve tried have turned out beautifully!

  96. Really great to learn about Angela and Oh She Glows. Love NMA; sorry that I was out of town when your book tour brought you through the SF Bay Area.

  97. I love tomato soup, especially making it from scratch! Looking forward to trying this one.

  98. Melissa says:

    I have been waiting for this cookbook forever!!! Yay! It’s finally here!

  99. Nicole Tilzer says:

    very excited and already added the book to my Amazon wishlist!!!

  100. As a mom and runner I have really been looking forward to this cookbook! Thanks for the chance to win – and congratulations, Angela!

  101. I’d love the chance to check out Angela’s book!!

  102. Amanda Miller says:

    Angela is a genius! I can’t wait to try making this soup and look forward to discovering the other delicious recipes she has in store for us in her debut cookbook.

  103. Beautiful book, I love all of her recipes. Can’t wait to make this soup. Thanks.

  104. Dorothea Pitikas says:

    What a delicious recipe! Thank you for giveaway.

  105. Kelly Wilson says:

    Looks great and would love new recipes to try! Excited there’s a Kindle version!

  106. I want to go to there!

  107. Christine Buchanan says:

    This soup looks amazing!

  108. Ashley R says:

    A big fan of Angela’s for years, and a “no-meat” triathlete and marathoner.

  109. Erika A. says:

    I have been following NMA as well as Oh She Glows and am pleasently surprised to see the two associated with each other! I’m obsessed with trying new recipes, especially with my food processor, and think the Oh She Glows Cookbook would be perfect for my new adventerous side.

  110. Michelle Harreld says:

    I’ve been disappointed with vegan cookbooks in the past, but am excited to hear such a positive review for Oh She Glows! I cannot wait to try this recipe!

  111. So excited about the Oh She Glows cookbook!

  112. I’d love to win a copy of this book. I’ve tried some of her recipes from her website and we love them. Didn’t realize she was putting together a book.

  113. What a Great recipe! Will start reading her blog. Everyone good luck on the free copy

  114. John Sudduth says:

    Angela’s recipes look appetizing….but oil is just not needed in her recipes…I ordered the book, but will leave the oil out….why For me this is more about health than it is about taste…and really you don’t sacrifice the taste all that much by making her recipes healthy Check it out

  115. Carly G says:

    I would love to have a copy of this cookbook!!!

  116. Fran Ehrhard says:

    I am a runner and have been plant based for a little over 2 years now. I am always looking for yummy vegan recipes. I am excited that I found both of your sites today. Thanks!

  117. Thanks for the recipe! I would love to win a copy of her book!

  118. Bethany says:

    Angela had been a cooking hero to me since I became a vegetarian. I usually skip Google and go straight to when I am looking for a new recipe. I would love to win a copy of the book.

  119. Belinda says:

    Thanks for the review! I love Angela’s website. I’m sure her book won’t disappoint!

  120. Perfect recipe to share in the midst of this latest cold front. If it’s anything like her blog, I’m sure the book is fantastic!

  121. Nathan A says:

    Looks super good! I will have to try this on my family sometime soon.

  122. would love to win the cookbook. So many recipes to try!

  123. Alexina Aron says:

    awesome! i can’t wait to get it!

  124. I would love to win a copy of this book! The Oh She Glows and No Meat Athlete websites have been great sources of information and recipes in my switch to a plant based diet. Thank you for the chance.

  125. I have to agree that tomato soup is a classic and the Cashew trick is such a nice idea. I join the crowd for the win of the cookbook 🙂

  126. That soup look delicious! Can’t wait to try it.

  127. Thanks for the review. I also really like Angela’s recipes and read her blog regularly. Such good comments definitely make me believe that I MUST buy this book!

  128. I want it!!!!!!! This looks yummy!!!!! Thanks Matt you rock

  129. Jessica says:

    I’ve been following Angela’s blog for years and love it. So excited about this cookbook!

  130. Tracy G says:

    My daughter loves tomato soup but is gluten free. Cant find one she will eat. This looks so delicious! I cant wait to make it for her.

  131. Stephanie says:

    The world doesn’t seem as big when two favorite blogs and topics come together. I’ve been using recipes from Oh She Glows for a while now. Everything I have made from her blog has been wonderful. Can’t wait to get the book.

  132. Just read Angela’s “sneak peak” and can’t wait to get the book. Thanks for the giveaway too!

  133. Samantha says:

    Mmmmm that soup looks absolutely delicious! I would love to win a copy of her book!

  134. I love her blog, so I’m super excited for her book. That recipe looks fab!

  135. After having made several of her recipes myself, I bet this one is excellent, too! As a single cooker, recipes like hers are perfect outlets for creativity and healthy eating. Thanks for the chance to win her book!

  136. Carolyn says:

    Would love to add her recipes to my collection!! Thanks for the opportunity!!!

  137. I can’t wait to try this recipe and see the new cookbook!!!

  138. Terri Dutch says:

    Hey Matt – That Tomato Soup looks SO good. I can not WAIT to try it. Great recommendation. I think I need to GLOW. I always look forward to your emails. I love following your adventures. I can’t recall how I found you but I am thankful everyday for all of your GREAT advice. GOOD stuff.

  139. Samantha says:

    Looks so delicious! I would love to win a copy of this book! We recently joined a co-op in the Houston area and have been looking for new recipes to use all of the vegetables in! We’ve been making a lot more from scratch since we’ve joined!

  140. Mrs. Sandusky says:

    It’s always exciting to try new recipes! I’m somewhat obsessed with vegan cookbooks. They always open up a new realm of culinary possibilities!

  141. Jessica says:

    This looks like a wonderful book! I’m excited to try out this soup!

  142. This recipe came along at the perfect time! I was wondering what to make for dinner tonight and heard my email ping. I have all the ingredients and will putting this on the table tonight! Can’t wait to try it! Thanks for letting us know about this. I have not heard of it and just love getting my hands on new, vegan cookbooks!!

  143. Your blog and Angela’s are my favorite sources for healthy inspiration. The changes in our diet has had a huge impact on our entire family. I can’t wait to add more wonderful recipes to our arsenal!

  144. Guni Dalal says:

    The recipe looks delicious! I cannot wait to try. Would love a copy of her book!

  145. I love Angela’s blog and this looks great! Excited for her book release :-).

  146. Matthew J.S. says:

    Thanks for this opportunity! I’ve tested out quite a few of her refined sugar-free desserts, and they are absolutely scrumptious.

  147. jordynn says:

    Tomato soup is my all time favourite!!! That one looks much creamier than the versions I have tried:) Look forward to testing it out!

  148. No Meat Athlete and Oh She Glows are the first two blogs that led me to becoming vegan. No Meat Athlete was the first time I saw that athletes could(should) be vegan, and Oh She Glows showed me that there is really good food beyond meat and dairy! Not fabricating reasons to give me the book, although I think it would help me expand my meal options a lot more… =)

  149. Daniella Renee says:

    I’ve never been a tomato soup fan but this looks delicious. Looking forward to perusing the rest of her recipes – her cookbook is on my sizable Amazon wishlist.

  150. I love her recipes and would LOVE to win the cookbook. Thanks for sharing NMA!

  151. I want this book so badly, but I spent too much money on books written by my favorite bloggers last year (including No Meat Athlete!).

  152. Marty Franks says:

    Awesome, I’m going to buy this book.

  153. Stephanie says:

    I would love to win 😉

  154. I look forward to trying the shared recipe and I’d love to win a copy to enable making many more!

  155. Would love to win (especially to make my meat-loving boyfriend try something new!).

  156. Julia Gibson says:

    Thanks for this recipe! Adding it to my lunch ideas list & will be making this soup tonight for the rest of the week’s lunches. Hopefully I’ll win the cookbook!

  157. victoria says:

    Love Oh She Glows. Angela has helped me win over many a meat eater with her delicious recipes. Thanks for sharing, Matt!

  158. This soup sounds very yummy – and my husband loves tomato soup! Will definitely need to try it soon!

  159. I somehow didn’t know this was coming out until just a few days ago. I’m so excited! I’ve never been disappointed by the recipes on her blog–this book is a must for my kitchen. Thanks for the generous contest!

  160. I cannot wait to read through Angela’s blog. (Oh yea, to try out some of these great sounding recipes!)

  161. Amy Edwards says:

    I am excited to put this cookbook on my birthday wish list!

  162. I love using cashews in the soup. Definitely will be making!

  163. David Harvey says:

    Yet more awesome looking recipes to add to my repertoire after getting the NMA book for Christmas?! Fuel my 100 miler good and proper 🙂

  164. I have been patiently waiting for this book! Can’t wait to try all the yummy new recipes 🙂

  165. i love oh she glows!!

  166. This looks yummy!! I’ll have to try it later this month!!!

  167. Ashley P says:

    Hi Matt – Love the blog! I’m getting married late May, and it will be great to have some of these recipes to pull from. I’m especially excited because she says (on her blog) that most of the recipes were tested by non-vegs – the future hubby is a carnivore to the extreme 🙂

  168. I have been a follower of Oh She Glows for over two years which is when we switched to a vegan diet. I love her blog and have used many of her wonderful recipes. The soup sounds and looks amazing! Thanks for posting that recipe….will try it soon.

  169. Christine says:

    Would love to receive a copy of Angela’s new book. Like you say, her website always pops up for vegan searching online, so I am already familiar with her delicious recipes. Will defnately buy this book – can’t wait!

  170. Another great cookbook and blog to follow as I find my way around my college kitchen!

  171. Looks awesome! Can’t wait to taste it!

  172. Micky Brim says:

    I can’t wait to try it! I’m new to vegan cooking and this reads easy & delicious!

  173. I am always looking for good interesting recipes. Can’t wait to read this book.
    Terri quirk

  174. Just last night, my husband was reminiscing about the Kraft grilled cheese sandwiches and canned tomato soup of his youth. This will be a much healthier (and yummier) dinner for a chilly winter evening!

  175. I love Oh She Glows! Looking forward to this cookbook.

  176. Carolyn says:

    I would love love love to win a copy of this book! I can’t wait to make this recipe, it sounds (and looks) so delicious!!

  177. I’ll be fixing this tonight for supper. Thanks!!

  178. Two of my favorite blogs in one post? Win!

  179. Ashley P says:

    I love her blog and have tried some recipes from there before. I would love this cookbook to try even more amazing recipes!

  180. Sean Cramer says:

    That sounds quite lovely

  181. Dawn Douglass says:

    I love “o she glows”. It’s one of the blogs that helped me go vegan. I hope to win the book.

  182. Would love to have Angela’s book! I’ve been a fan since the green monster! In the meantime, getting the ingredients for the soup. So excited to have a recipe for a cream-less creamy soup!

  183. The Oh She Glows website is what convinced me that being vegan can be delicious!

  184. Chris Lancaster says:

    Like NMA, Angela’s site is awesome. I expect nothing else from the cookbook. I would love to be the winner and get to see it early. Thanks, Matt. FYI – The new community rocks.

  185. Love her blog, and it would be great to have this cookbook for easy reference and lots of new ideas!

  186. Shannon says:

    I just picked up our book yesterday to reinvigorate my plant based diet. Weirdly, I also discovered Angela’s site this week. I started the day w Angela’s recipe for chia pudding and it was delicious. Cubicle-mate-is-jealous kind of delicious.

  187. This recipe looks perfect for the abundance of tomatoes I plan to grow this summer !!

  188. She has some fantastic recipes. As well as choosing not to eat meat, I’m gluten and dairy intolerant, so her recipes have been a real lifesaver. 🙂

  189. Kelvin Jones says:

    Greeting from the deep fried meat eating South! Trying to go vegetarian… here’s my entry!

  190. Lauren Anderson Thomas says:

    I’m about to have a baby girl (any day!) and I need to continue work on my veg cooking skills for the future!! Can’t wait to try these recipes and ideas!

  191. Jenna Williams says:

    I cook at least one recipe from oh she glows every week. Love her and her food!

  192. Melanie Gulliver says:

    Hi Matt, thanks for posting the recipe- not only does the soup look delicious but so do those croutons- I usually use seeds as a crunchy topping on my soups but this is a nice alternative I wouldn’t have thought of myself. I also love Oh She Glows too- hope I win!

  193. That soup looks so delicious! I absolutely love tomato soup, and it’s nice to see a twist on the original. It looks like Angela has a great collection of recipes with beautiful pictures. It would be awesome to win a copy of the cookbook!

  194. Maria McDonald says:

    I love cookbooks. I am still pretty new to the vegan world and love cookbooks. I like to male most things from scratch, just seems cleaner and cheaper. Would love a copy of this cookbook. I will definately check out the blog as we’ll.

  195. I love this soup! Well, the recipe anyway. 90% chance of rain and cold Sunday. Guess what’s for lunch. Looking forward to trying it. Thanks NMA. Still love ya!!

  196. Elizabeth says:

    I love oh she glows! I can’t wait for the book!

  197. Looks amazing–I am excited to learn there is an Oh She Glows cookbook!

  198. Caren Stewart says:

    Looks yummy!! And I’m intrigued by the title of the book. Always happy when a new vegan cookbook comes out! I’m going to have to check out her blog too. Thanks for sharing!

  199. I could smell the soup just from the picture! I’m new to this and look forward to learning more!

  200. Sara P. says:

    Yum! That soup looks amazing 🙂

  201. Casey B says:

    oh my gosh that soup looks delicious! And I have been looking for a good hummus recipe that has a kick, yours looks perfect. would LOVE to win this book

  202. I have been thinking about buying this book for awhile. What a perfect opportunity to get it!

  203. Jennifer says:

    I love the Oh She Glows blog and have been anxiously awaiting the cookbook! Can’t wait to add it to my collection!

  204. andrew deak says:

    I am a big fan of OSG! Great recipes and photos. Can’t wait to get the book.

  205. Madeline says:

    Oh she glows is my favorite recipe blog! I recommend it to everyone! I would love to win this book!!

  206. Anupama Ganesh says:

    Looks tasty! Hope I win the book!

  207. I met Angela 4 years ago at the Oakville farmers market and have been following her blog ever since! Would love to win her book!

  208. Danielle says:

    Can’t wait to try this ! Never thought to add chickpeas for another tasty way to add protein to my diet 🙂

  209. v excited for this! high tomato/basil time here in the southern hemisphere

  210. Love Angela and Oh She Glows! Such a useful resource! This book looks amazing…

  211. I would love to win and be able to show the book to people here in Denmark!

    Love your blog and Oh she glows too!

  212. Would love to explore some vegan cooking with this book. Thanks!

  213. shayne elizabeth johnson says:

    woah. looks amazing. LOVE tomato soup. can’t wait to try this!

  214. I would LOVE to add this cookbook to my collection!

  215. Shannon says:

    absolutely love using cashew to add creaminess! Great looking recipe

  216. I love veganized traditional recipes, that soup looks delicious!

  217. Jeannie says:

    I’m so excited for Angela’s new cookbook, and can’t wait to try this soup! Thanks for giving us a sneak peak, Matt!

  218. YUM! This soup looks amazing – going to give it a try tonight! Thanks Matt! 🙂

  219. I needed a nice quick recipe for tonight! Time to try it!

  220. I’ve loved Oh She Glows for years now. I can’t wait to check out her cookbook! It looks amazing.

  221. I would LOVE to have this book, thank you for the opportunity!

  222. I love Oh She Glows. Angela’s blog was the very first blog I read and I remain a huge fan.

  223. This recipe sounds amazing, as do all the recipes on the Oh She Glows website and in the cookbook!

  224. Vikki R says:

    The recipe sounds fantastic. Adding that to me “to make soon” pile!

  225. I’ve been following Angela’s blog for ages. She’s such an inspiration. I’m in college, and next semester I’ll be making the leap from meal plan to cooking for myself. Having Angela’s cookbook by my side will be such a help!

  226. Danielle says:

    I’m such a fan of Oh She Glows. I’m also a big fan of tomato soup! This one sounds incredible. Can’t wait to try it.

  227. I have been so excited for this cookbook! I love Angela’s recipes 🙂

  228. Marlene says:

    I love Oh She Glows. I’m sure the cookbook is amazing!

  229. Love Oh She Glows and can’t wait to own a copy of this cookbook! Recipe looks delish!

  230. Love Angela! Her edamame hummus is a weekly staple in our house:)

  231. Both of your blogs are wonderful!! I wish this technology & interaction was available 30 yrs ago when I became a vegetarian.

  232. Emily C. says:

    Angela’s web site always has gorgeous pictures and delicious, healthy recipes so I’d love to read her new book. Thanks!

  233. melinda says:

    I am just beginning the vegan style of eating and am loving the ideas and recipes. Oh She Glows is great!

  234. I love oh she glows. I make many of her recipes already and this cookbook is highly anticipated here!

  235. My daughter and I are always sharing recipes back and forth from Oh She Glows. This soup looks to be just as delicious as everything else we have tried.

  236. Amy Skelton says:

    I would love a copy of that awesome book!!

  237. I love her blog and her cookbook looks like it will be great!

  238. What an awesome recipe. As a newly converted Vegan – this cookbook would be so helpful to me! If I don’t win, I’ll for sure be purchasing it. Thanks for sharing!!

  239. Nicollette D. says:

    I thought I’d come across every use for garbanzos—and now they’re croutons, too! Can’t wait to try this one.

  240. Stephanie Welch says:

    Wow, love the title and would love to win the book. I’ll have to start reading this blog!

  241. I love Oh She Glows! I read before I went vegan and now that I am, it’s an invaluable resource. I would love to have a hard copy of some awesome new recipies!

  242. Sounds great, can’t wait to try this one!

  243. I absolutely love Oh She Glows. I got my go-to hummus how-to from her site. I would love to win a copy of her book!

  244. Ange is just the best.

  245. Hi Matt,
    I love your work & am currently reading/enjoying your book. After my husband & I went Nutritarian 4 yrs. ago, I gave away all of my SAD cookbooks & started from scratch rebuilding my library, mainly by printing recipes off the internet. I would love to have Angela’s beautiful book to use & share w/ friends & family. I can never have too many plant-based, vegan recipes! Thanks for all you do to promote a healthy lifestyle!

    P.S. Has your talk/book signing in Boone, NC been rescheduled?

  246. thanks for a giveaway! amazing book!

  247. Sarah Hinton says:

    I love her blog! Everything I have made on it has been delicious and easy to do 🙂 I would love to win her cookbook!!

  248. Love your site and love her recipes! Would love a copy of her book!! thank you for all you do!

  249. I have been a fan of her blog for the longest time! I can’t wait to get my hands on the cookbook.

  250. Kyrstin says:

    Two of my favorite websites working together….it’s almost as good as peanut butter and bananas.

  251. Wendy LaPointe says:

    Angela does a wonderful job with her site! I would love the chance to win a copy of her new cookbook:)

    PS I am very excited that the online forum is up at NMA!!!

  252. The cover is beautiful! I would love to have this as a go to resource!

  253. Melissa C says:

    I have been following Angela on ohsheglows for 4 years and I am so excited and proud of her that she has created this cookbook! I can’t wait to own a copy to continue to make ohsheglows recipes!

  254. I keep running into her website when I google recipes ideas too! Here are two additional tips, both of which I would use in this soup, that folks might find helpful, if you are a real cook-from-scratch person like I am.
    1. Homemade veggie broth from scraps. All those onion peels, carrot tops, mushroom stems, celery leaves, etc.that you cut off when cooking? Save them in a ziplock bag in the freezer until you have enough and cook them into a batch of broth. Squeeze the liquid out of the cooked veggies, pour off and strain the broth. Put in jars and freeze, leaving about an inch of headspace in each jar. Voila! Almost “free” broth.
    2. Powdered dehydrated tomatoes for instant tomato paste. You can buy this, but I make mine by dehydrating tomatoes till they are crisp, then run them through the food processor. Keep in a glass jar ( and I add one of those silica dessicant packages) This makes wonderful instant tomatoe paste or sauce,most to add rich tomato flavor to chili or soups…..

  255. Marianne Lacko says:

    So excited about this cookbook! I love every OSG recipe I have tried.

  256. Trent Milam says:

    I want this for my wife and so I can eat everything in it.

  257. I have always wanted a go-to tomato soup recipe, and this surely looks like it is it! love the chickpea croutons, too

  258. Thank you, Matt, for introducing me to Angela Liddon w/this recipe post on Facebook. I was not aware of her, but after browsing her website, she’s now a permanent bookmark!

  259. Chelsea Ortiz says:

    I love Oh She Glows! Angela’s blog helped me go vegan.

  260. I’m so excited she has a cookbook! I too have been a long time reader and fan. She was one of the first blogs I visited, I use her recipes ALL the time (hello, weekend glow salad!), and got to meet her at VVC. She truly glows!

  261. What a lovely looking recipe! My mouth is watering now.

  262. Sounds wonderful. Bet it is a great book!

  263. Natalie says:

    I found your blog through Angela’s and then bought your book! I’m at huge fan of both of your blogs and would love to have her book to add to my collection 🙂

  264. Allycia says:

    Win or not-keep the posts coming please! Is very nice to know I’m not alone in my thinking when active and vegan in a small narrow minded town, Thank you 🙂

  265. Heather Carter says:

    Love her blog!

  266. Stephanie says:

    Meowzza! This looks delish!!!

  267. This book would be huge for my newly vegan brother, and though I would give it to him, I would love to cook from it as well! Hope I can win a copy; great to read from both you and Angela.

  268. Sounds and looks amazing, can’t wait to try it

  269. This recipe looks great! I would love to win this book!

  270. I have been following Angela’s blog for years and I would love to have this book! Can’t wait to make the soup!

  271. I want “To Glow”!! The tomato soup recipe looks awesome!! Can’t wait to try some new vegan recipes when I win this book! 😉

  272. We love Angela’s blog, her recipes are fun, easy and tasty. If we’ve not heard we are a winner by the 11th, we will be on Amazon to buy it – thanks to both of you for sharing recipes!

  273. I LOVE chickpeas! This recipe doesn’t even make me crave a grilled cheese on the side. 😉

  274. Thanks Matt! You always seem to find the gems, and this a 20-karat (carrot) diamond! This book will be on my shelf shortly.

  275. What a wonderful sounding recipe!! She does take beautiful pictures of her meals!

  276. Rejoyce says:

    My omni husband is a nomeat athlete fan, and I’m a fan of angela, we would love to get her book!

  277. I would love to win a copy of Angela’s cookbook. Her recipes are delicious and her photos are beautiful!

  278. That cookbook would be great, thanks for the recipe!

  279. My partner and I have been plant based since November and we are not looking back!

  280. Kate Coffelt says:

    Looking forward to trying the tomato soup, but most excited about the idea of chickpea ‘croutons’! I love crunchies, but am always looking for ways to avoid overdo-ing grains. Thanks!

  281. Rickey Fukazawa says:

    Oh she glows has been a great website for me to resource recipes. Now with the cookbook there would be no need to spread hummus onto my laptop keyboards whilst I cook up one of her dishes.

  282. Maureen says:

    Love her blog! Her recipes are delicious, beautiful, and easily adaptable.

  283. I love Angela Liddon’s recipes! Going to have this soup as soon as I get the ingredients- it looks amazing! I’ve been craving a good tomato soup lately! 🙂 Can’t wait to see her book!

  284. Every recipe of Angela’s I’ve tried has been delicious. I’d love to win a copy!

  285. wow that looks like a hearty tomato soup!

  286. This soup looks amazing! I’d love to try more of her recipes.

  287. Sarah B says:

    Thanks for the recipe! Already ordered my copy but would love to give one as a gift. I actually discovered Oh She Glows though you (NMA) – you shared an OSG post about carrageenan on Face Book. So glad I found you both!

  288. I am so excited for this cookbook! Can’t wait to try everything. 🙂

  289. Rachael Jukarainen says:

    ╚(•⌂•)╝ WHAT!?!? a giveaway from one of my favorite blogs!!!!!

    Please choose me! I am currently writing a cookbook for my father to try and help him eat healthier and more vegan, and would love to receive some inspiration from Angela. ^_^
    I will cherish every recipe, every picture, every page of yumminess. (and FYI my husband loves many of your posts. As a vegan, he needs the guy to guy encouragement.) Thanks!

    ☆*:.。. o(≧▽≦)o .。.:*☆

  290. Amanda L says:

    I’ve wanted this cookbook since she started talking about it! It’s so beautiful and I can’t wait to try out every single recipe!!

  291. so awesome that you are supporting angela, and her cookbook – her site always one of the first places I check for new recipe ideas, and i’m sure her book doesn’t disappoint.

  292. Every recipe I’ve made from Oh She Glows has turned out delicious! I would love a copy of this book.

  293. One step closer to vegan…
    Def prefer the US cover, but that’s just me.

  294. Definitely gonna get this.

  295. Carolyn in NC says:

    I have followed her blog for a while and the recipes always looks healthy and delicious. The cookbook would really help me out as I’m still “old school” when it comes to cooking in the kitchen.

  296. Fiona Albert says:

    So exciting to see two of my favourite blogs collaborating!

  297. I come back to both of your blogs repeatedly, with good reason. Great content all the time. Thanks to you and Angela for the giveaway!

  298. My entire family enjoys Angela’s recipes.

  299. I can’t wait to get this. Love her recipes!!

  300. I have been following Angela’s blog for almost 5 years now. This books looks amazing. Please sign me up with this giveaway!

  301. wow that’s a lot of comments already! well I’ll throw my name in the hat on the off-chance I win the book too! That is, if it’s open to Aussies? I’ll definitely try this recipe anyway – chickpea croutons?! You’ve blown my mind…

  302. Can’t wait to try this!

  303. Jenny Braun says:

    I have been following her blog for the last few years! It was one of the first blogs I followed when I decided to stop eating meat. I Love every recipe I’ve made so far and can’t wait to see this book!!!

  304. This looks delish; I hope I can win a copy (of the book; I know I’ll have to make my own food, ha!).

  305. This cookbook is on my birthday wish list- I don’t want to wait until October to get it! Would love to win it. We had a soup from her site tonight- Sweet Potato, Black Bean and Red Quinoa… It is SO good!!

  306. Would love the cookbook!

  307. I would LOVE to win this cookbook! I have been a long time fan of Oh She Glows and her recipes are always a hit with my family. This soup looks incredible and the chickpea croutons sounds amazing.

  308. Jen Johnson says:

    This looks delicious! Can’t wait to try the chickpea croutons.

  309. Melanie Boultbee says:

    I have tried many recipes from Oh She Glows. I would love to try this soup from her new cookbook.

  310. It delights me that the two of you are web-friends. I’ve been following Angela for ages. I also have a family member who has suffered from an eating disorder, so I love how Angela is a healthy model for recovery and self-care. I find that very inspiring in caring for my family member. That and I’ve taken OSG energy bars out on training runs from my NMA roadmap, so needless to say, the two of you got me through my marathon!

  311. I love finding new vegan blogs, and even better when I find one that has incredible recipes! Oh She Glows has been a favourite of mine, so much so that it is actually my home page! And she’s from Ontario (me too!) which makes me enjoy all of her posts and recipes all that much more. Your ranting about the creamy tomato soup has me thinking its time to get my soup on. The garlic chickpea croutons sound fab, my meat eating boyfriend will certainly be all over this recipe!

  312. I LOVE Oh She Glows! I’ve been following her site for a while now and have been looking forward to her book release. I would love a copy!

  313. Missa Lynn says:

    I’m new to vegan cooking, and this cookbook would be awesome!

  314. Stephanie says:

    This looks fantastic! I have been a fan of the Oh She Glows blog for ages. It has been an incredible help when I need to find delicious vegan recipes to feed my parents – Mom is soy allergic, and Dad has celiac disease. I cannot wait to get my hands on this book.

  315. I would love to win this book. I love her recipes and have been waiting for her book to come out. Can’t wIt to make the soup.

  316. I would Love to win Angela’s book. I have a big fan of her recipes for years. This soup looks so good!

  317. Katrina C says:

    I love the Oh She Glows blog. Her recipes are what cemented it for my family could transition to a mostly vegan way of life. I’ve never made a recipe of hers that I didn’t love!

  318. Can’t wait to win this cook book…..

  319. This recipe sounds excellent! Angela’s blog has been one of my favorite’s, too. She’s a huge inspiration and I’d love to have her cookbook on hand in the kitchen!

  320. I love her blog.

  321. I have everything for this recipe right now, looks like it’s on the menu for this week!! Very excited at a chance to win a copy of this book 😀

  322. Thanks for sharing. I’m anxious to see the full list of recipes she included. Some favorites from her blog in our house include the stuffed shells, lentil kale soup, and protein bars!

  323. I’ve been following Angela for a few years now and everything I make from her recipe turns out delicious! I would love to win her newly released cookbook!

  324. Her recipes are so amazing and beautiful too! I love her page as well and can’t wait to check out what is in her book

  325. With recipes like this, who wouldn’t want to cook at home??? Thank you for sharing…

  326. I have been looking forward to this book for a very long time!

  327. I’m so excited to try this soup!

  328. Pleased as punch that this cookbook is coming out! Beautiful photos make recipes seem so irresistible. I look forward to giving this soup a try!

  329. She is the best! So grateful for her recipes and hard work!

  330. Alexandra says:

    The tomato soup recipe looks great! I’ve been following her blog for over a year and love her stuff.

  331. Ashley N. says:

    I would LOVE to win a copy!

  332. judging by all these comments and my own experience angela’s blog and recipes have inspired many…what an honor that she asked you to be a part of her journey!

  333. Kristina says:

    This recipe looks awesome, I’ll definitely have to try it.

  334. I am SO looking forward to checking out Oh She Glows’ cookbook after her blog for the past few years!

  335. Andrea Kuntz says:

    As a cyclist, I am very interested in plant based nutrition, but I fear I eat the same things quite often (chickpeas, quinoa, kale) and need to spice it up with a little variety! From perusing Angela’s website, I noticed many delicious recipes which I have printed, but I am sure there are even more in her book!

  336. I could take a bath in this soup and love the idea of the chickpea croutons.

  337. Ready to make that recipe – it actually rained in So. Cal last weekend and has been “cold” – and although I’ve already pre-ordered the book, I’d *love* a copy to share with grown-up vegan kids! Thanks for all the great work!

  338. I want this cookbook!

  339. My wedding shower is on Saturday, and I doubt this cookbook will be wrapped up as a gift (my family is still getting on board with the vegetarian/vegan thing, even though I have been for a few years now…), but it would be a wonderful start to my kitchen library. NMA and OSG (which I recently began following) are two of my favorite blogs, and I would love to win Angela’s new book!

  340. Bookmarking this recipe!

  341. The soup looks fantastic! Also, my favorite camera angle for taking pictures of soups that I make, haha.

  342. Looks like an amazing book!! Dying to try the Chilli recipe

  343. I am currently making the transition to a whole foods lifestyle. Would love to win this book to help me on my way!

  344. I love her blog! My first Thanksgiving as a vegan I luckily had just found her and used the lentil loaf recipe and it was great to have something special to make for myself so I didn’t feel like the outcast among the meat eaters 🙂

  345. emily muhlberg says:

    I literally cannot WAIT to get my hands on this cookbook! I have been following Angela & OhSheGlows for years and am in such awe…winning her book would be a dream! 🙂

  346. This soup looks awesome! Also, I love Angela’s method for making almond milk.

  347. LOVE Angela and her food. Also a runner turned vegan and hoping you can help me adjust! !

  348. OSG is one of my favorite blogs! Even w/my very large collection of vegan cookbooks, I make OSG recipes the most!

  349. I’ve been ‘running’ all over the web entering all of the giveaways of Angela’s book tour, and discovering some great sites too. Happy to find this recipe, it’s one of the ones I was interested in most!

  350. yes please!

  351. Meredith says:

    I definitely love Angela’s blog. NMA & OSG were two of the first vegan blogs I began reading!

  352. I’ve followed Angela since she started blogging. Congratulations on your new publication Angela! Proud of you.

  353. I love her blog and her awesome creations!

  354. Margarita says:

    The chickpea “croutons” are genius! I’ve missed cream of tomato soup for the past eight years but will suffer no more! Thanks to both bloggers! And thank you, Angela, for your new book!

  355. This looks amazing, can’t wait to make this! Tomato soup is one of my go to comfort foods, and this version sounds particularly wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

  356. Melissa says:

    Chickpea croutons is such a great idea! Thank you for the chance to win!

  357. I love Angela’s site for ‘go to’ recipes too, and they are always photographed so beautifully. This soup looks lovely and I particularly like the idea of chickpea croutons!

  358. Kerry James says:

    Love Angela’s recipes! Every recipe I have made from her blog has been wonderful!

  359. One of my favorite food blogs… the pumpkin pie definitely made my Thanksgiving!

  360. Nice job! I’d love to review this book for the next Vegetarian Society of Hawaii’s newsletter.

  361. Daniel Goddard says:

    Really looking forward to seeing this book, one way or another 🙂

  362. Michela says:

    Beautiful recipe, I love tomato soups and I’m always browsing to seek out vegan but tasty versions of it. Looks like this one seems will perfectly do the trick! I love Oh She Glows Blog 🙂

  363. OSG was instrumental in my successful change to a plant-based diet. Winning Angela’s book would be a perfect celebration of 2 plant based years next month!

  364. Corrine says:

    We really enjoy her blog and are looking forward to the book!

  365. Lydia Claire says:

    I can’t wait to make this soup! The Cauli-power Fettuccine Alfredo from her blog is divine!

  366. No Meat Athlete and Oh She Glows were the first blogs I started following when I went vegan, both have awesome recipes! I would love a copy of the cookbook so much, my husband is studying so I can’t splash the cash for it so if you’re feeling generous swing it my way!! 🙂

  367. i love oh she glows and would love to win this book!

  368. Sounds great!!

  369. Steve S says:

    Recipe looks great! As a Celiac, it is great to see croutons that are not made of bread!!

  370. I love OhSheGlows! Very excited about this book release 🙂

  371. Oh my goodness, this looks fantastic. Pick me, pick me!

  372. Jon Weisblatt says:

    Throw my hat into the ring for a shot at cookbook glory! Recipe looks awesome!

  373. This book sounds so good! Thanks for the opportunity.

  374. We are followers… getting ready to run a marathon in Madrid!

  375. This is actually a recipe that I might try out in a few days.

  376. feels like I’ve been waiting forever for this book to release!

  377. Heather says:

    Been waiting for this book to come out! Out it on hold at the library-would love to own a copy!

  378. Bethany says:

    I have been waiting for her cookbook!!! Absolutely love her protein bar recipes 🙂

  379. Sara-Caitrin says:

    I would love to get my hands on this cookbook and see if I can’t whip a few of the recipes up in my dorm room!

  380. I love to see athletes support the vegan lifestyle, and get their daily fuel from rich nutritious foods. Thank you for sharing with yet another delicious recipe from Angela, she has so may I never know which to try first. I guess a cookbook would be a great way to go try new recipes, and one day be able to say that even though I haven’t made all the recipes from her blog yet, I have tried everything in her cookbook.. that’s a milestone, right?

    By the way, I agree with you on Angela’s photography. I’m a photographer myself, and I drool over her photos all the time.

  381. I am so excited for this cookbook!!! 🙂 I’ve been following the blog for awhile now and I know how hard she worked on this, it’s amazing to see it finally come to life!

  382. I would LOVE this cookbook! It sounds like it’s right up my alley!

    Hope I win!!

  383. Christine says:

    I have been following a Vegan lifestyle for just over a year now, and am discovering new websites all the time. I discovered “Oh She Glows” just recently, and am very excited because she lives in Ontario (actually close by). She mentions many places to visit and shop at that I can actually go to. I am learning so much through all these different sites. I really need to start making more diverse meals and am starting to do this by using recipes now from all sorts of cookbooks and website. I browsed through her cookbook and it looks fantastic!!!! I will definitely be using some of these recipes this week:)

  384. I love Angela and Oh She Glows. I can’t wait to get a copy of the cookbook (free or not!!). 🙂

  385. Kimberly M says:

    The recipe looks great – really tasty! I follow Oh She Glows and love so many of her recipes, especially her Overnight Oats and the many variations!

  386. Heather H. says:

    I love Oh She Glows blogs! I would love to have her cookbook!

  387. Love tomato soup, can’t wait to make this recipe, hope I win:)

  388. I got my copy yesterday. The book is gorgeous. Planning to start trying some recipes today. I would love to win a copy for my daughter.

  389. Jill C. says:

    sounds so good! thanks!

  390. Jolene Mcguire says:

    I LOVE Oh She Glows!! I refer to her blog consistently for recipes, I would be thrilled to have a copy of her book 🙂

  391. Natalie A says:

    I am a HUGE fan of Angela’s recipes on Oh She Glows!!! Since going vegan a few years ago, it is one of my favorite go-to sites for recipes. They never fail! I have sine gotten my mom (who is also now vegan-yay!) completely hooked on Oh She Glows too! We love sharing our fav recipes with each other. I’d be thrilled to win a copy of her new book!!

  392. Soooo Need this cookbook! I found you though angela… you both have amazingly helpful blogs!


  393. I’m intrigued by the USA/Canada cover differences. I wonder what the publishers think these two different covers say about the different countries and readers. Either way I look forward to getting a copy of the book!

  394. As a recently converted vegan I would love to try out some new recipes!!

  395. Heather M says:

    I have been looking forward to this book and cannot wait to get my hands on a copy!!

  396. This recipe sounds like the perfect healthy comfort food! I have been so excited for Angela’s book to come out!

  397. Tomato soup is one of my kids’ favorite dinners! Can’t wait to try this one on them! (or the others in the new book)…

  398. Melanie C says:

    If the cookbook is one tenth of what the blog is, it will be amazing!

  399. Looks delcicious as always!!! I love her cooking. She’s my default recipe guru 😀

  400. Shanti Green says:

    Sounds delicious! I especially like the chic pea croutons! I hope her cookbook is very successful and many people find much joy and good health on their vegan journey. Thanks for sharing this tidbit from Oh she glows!

  401. AHA! I stopped by the site to get a shirt and voila! I see my FAV vegan recipe blogger’s new book! I had realized the two of you were online friends through a few posts on both sites previously, but this is cool. Oh She Glows came up on my first vegan recipe search ever and has been a go to resource ever since. I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS BOOK! I am new to this lifestyle and love the adventure. Angela makes vegan cooking fun and you, Matt, make vegan running fun! Thank you !! 🙂

  402. Oh my that soup and the croutons looks delicious. I’m going to have to make it asap!!! Would love the book for more healthy inspiration too 🙂

  403. I too LOVE Oh She Glows! When finding new recipes, not every site can be trusted. Some recipes, despite good reviews, are just bad, or at best, we eat but wouldn’t make again. But every recipe I try from Oh She Glows is a hit. She has earned my trust when it comes to recipes. So I would love to win the cookbook, especially since I can’t afford to buy it.

  404. I’m so excited about this cookbook. I love all of the recipes that I’ve tried from her blog.

  405. Meat eating friend of mine made her chocolate tart/pie for our bookclub for me (the token vegan). EVERYONE loved it and was shocked it was made with Avocado’s. I love her blog & would LOVE her book.

  406. Creamy tomato soup is my all-time favourite comfort food, and I love the chickpea croutons for a grain-free crouton option! Excited!

  407. I would love to have a healthy vegan cookbook! I need inspiration for more meatless meals

  408. Awesome! Would be perfect with a grilled (vegan) cheese sandwich 🙂

  409. This would be awesome!! Always looking for new things to cook for the family.

  410. Every recipe that I have attempted to make from Oh She Glows has been fabulous. Would love to win this beautiful book!

  411. Minneapolis says:

    Thank you for your continued inspiration. If these recipes are as good as the ones in your book, I can hardly wait.

  412. Thank you for reviewing and sharing a recipe! Angela’s blog was my gateway resource into the world of vegan cooking, and I cannot imagine how she does it all. Her recipes are all so incredibly tasty. The one I go back to again and again is her Sweet Potato and black bean salad. Mmmmmm!

  413. Tish Nordvall says:

    Oh She Glows…..And inspires! I have this little chant I’m starting that goes something like this: Pick me! Pick me! Pick me! Thank you for sharing. I also love your recipe with the garbanzo bean croutons. I can’t wait to try that out as well!!! Thank you for all of your wonderful sharing and timely resources.

  414. Emma Horton says:

    Oh She Glows was one of my most used resources as I was going vegan! Living in Montana I didn’t know anyone in the area who was even vegetarian, so Angela’s site was a huge help and support. This recipe looks fantastic! Can’t wait to try.

  415. Dave Herring says:

    I can’t wait for this book! I’m sure my whole family will be glowing! Thanks for the review.

  416. I found Oh She Glows via Pinterest and have really enjoyed each recipe I’ve tried. Excited to know about the cookbook! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  417. Yum! This looks delicious. I’m putting that cookbook on my things-to-buy list 🙂

  418. Vanessa says:

    This book looks so lovely! So excited for so many tasty new recipes to try.

  419. That tomato soup looks great! I’d love to try more from the cookbook!

  420. wendy spencer says:

    I have been wanting to make some homemade tomato soup and grilled “cheeze” sandwiches. What a gift it would be to win this beautiful cookbook!

  421. I’ve been following Angela’s site for a couple of years, it has been instrumental in my shift to veganism. I am sure her cookbook is amazing! 🙂

  422. Elizabeth says:

    I LOVE Angela! I’m sure I will love her cook book!

  423. Pick me! 🙂

  424. Meghan Chase says:

    LOVE love love OSG. Thanks for reviewing it 🙂

  425. Lauren A says:

    Great giveaway! Love both your blogs and always need more recipes!

  426. I’d love to add this cookbook to my growing collection of vegan cookbooks. In fact, I even have it on my Amazon wishlist right now. 🙂

  427. Lisa J. says:

    That looks amazing! I’m going to try it tonight! I’d love to win that book 🙂

  428. Terri Cole says:

    I grew up eating that tomato soup from the red and white can. I can’t wait to try this version!

  429. What a treat to see two of my favorite websites collaborate…have been following Oh She Glows for a long time, so nice to know you do too! Making this soup this weekened…I’m in New England so we need lots of good warm soup recipes!

  430. So excited for Angela and all her success as a blogger and chef!

  431. That soup looks delicious!

  432. That’s sounds delicious and I’m so hungry right now 😉

  433. It looks like a great cookbook. I love tomato soup!

  434. Thank you for the giveaway and link to the book!

  435. R.Miller says:

    I’ve been vegetarian for twenty years, but I’ve been thinking of finally taking the plunge and becoming a vegan – this could be the book to do it!!

  436. I would love this book – I just recently started following her and love what she comes up with. That soup sounds and looks amazing!

  437. I love Oh She Glows. I have made so many of Angela’s recipes and they have all turned out great. I never heard of Overnight Oats before her site and I have been eating them for breakfast for the past several years. Can’t wait for her cookbook!!

  438. Jen Clark says:

    I would love to win!

  439. Meredith says:

    I love her blog & would be excited to win the cookbook!

  440. Barbara Roman says:

    This sounds AMAZING. I’m definitely going to have to check out her blog and book! Love good food.

  441. Katie Whitehouse says:

    Love her blog. The soup looks yum!

  442. Kyla Zendler says:

    I actually found NoMeatAthlete through the OhSheGlows blog! I love how the vegan community is so interconnected! And I would LOVE to get a copy of Angela’s cookbook. Thanks for the opportunity!

  443. Love tomato soup. Looking forward to making the chickpeas!

  444. Christina Scott says:

    This look so delicious!!! yum, excited for this cookbook 🙂

  445. Michelle says:

    Would love a copy of this book. Thank you for the opportunity!

  446. I’ve missed tomato soup–this version looks awesome. Would love to win Angela’s book:-)

  447. I adore her blog and would love to receive a copy of it 🙂

  448. I’m so glad I found your blog through OSG! I’m a vegan runner training for a bunch of half-marathons this year…someday I’ll break 2 hours, and I don’t want to resort to animal products to keep my iron levels up so I have energy to run. Looking forward to digging through the No Meat Athlete archives!

  449. Here’s my comment and entry to the contest! I have been fortunate to see a sneak preview of this book and am dying to get my hands on a copy and try so many of the recipes, especially all the delicious breakfasts!

  450. Two of my favorite veg-internet writers!

  451. This soup sounds delicious!

  452. This soup looks and sounds delicious! I’m a huge fan of Oh She Glows and I’d love to have a copy of Angela’s cookbook

  453. Kathleen says:

    Angela’s blog was the first one I ever start reading! What a wonderful givaway!

  454. Angela’s blog has been my go-to vegan blog since becoming vegan a few years back. I absolutely love all her recipes (and I’m convinced her recipes will slowly turn my carnivorous boyfriend into a veggie lover…a girl can dream, right?). I’d love a copy of her book!!

  455. This soup looks perfect for the weather we’re having right now!

  456. This recipe looks great. I am looking forward to learning more recipes from Angela.

  457. Yes it is true that Angela’s blog oh she glows has been great inspiration and a phenomenal resource of not only recipes but how to transition into a more whole food vegan diet.

  458. That tomato soup looks amazing! Congrats to Angela on this book – I think it’s clear how much love and time went into it.

  459. Rebekah says:

    I can’t wait to try this delicious recipe…pick me, pick me!!!

  460. Very excited for Angela about publishing her first book, would love a copy!

  461. I’ve been following Angela’s blog for years too and am so happy for her and her new cookbook! It (and that soup) looks amazing!

  462. Angela 100% inspires me. I can’t wait for this incredible cookbook!

  463. I love Angela’s recipes and would be so excited if I won her new book!

  464. Just found this and love it! Great for my whole family!

  465. Priscilla says:

    I’d love to win a copy!

  466. Oh, the chickpea croutons look delicious. I definitely have to try those. I am always looking for new vegan recipes, especially since I am still kind of new in this (10 months now). So, I still have to learn a lot and find alternative recipes so I don’t only eat the same things over and over again. 😀 Would love to win this cookbook!

  467. I love the Oh She Glows blog! This soup looks amazing. I have a big bag of cashews to use so perfect thing to make. Can’t wait to try.

  468. I’m a huge soup lover, and this one sounds great! Actually, everything I’ve read about Angela’s book looks terrific, so I would love to have it on my bookshelf.

  469. Been a long-time follower of both Oh She Glows and No Meat Athlete – happy to see the crossover. Looking forward to the OSG’s cookbook!

  470. Yum, looks amazing! Thanks for sharing, will have to make it this weekend 🙂

  471. I am currently into any stew and soup with tomato in it. Would love to have the cookbook ;D

  472. Heidi Baker says:

    Hey Matt, I love reading your blog – as a long time vegetarian and fitness bunny I’ve found all your articles interesting and often forward them on to others. This book looks awesome, wish me luck to win it all the way over in New Zealand.

  473. I am already a big fan of chickpeas, so thanks for sharing this recipe – looks so yummy!:)

  474. The chickpea croutons look amazing! I can think of a few soups they would complement.

    I only just discovered ‘Oh She Glows’ a couple of weeks ago. Very proud Angela is a fellow Canadian.

  475. Tina M. says:

    This cookbook would be a great addition to my kitchen!

  476. I would love to win the book

  477. Yi Leng says:

    Oh my god her cookbook is the most perfect thing ever. I bet every recipes in it will be so good! Would love to win this 🙂

  478. Madison says:

    Oh She Glows is one of the first bloggers that I discovered and I’ve probably made more of her recipes than anyone’s!

  479. I’d love to win a copy, looks delish!

  480. Debbie P. says:

    Ooh, ooh, I wanna win it!!! I’ve been making several of Angela’s recipes lately and would LOVE to win her cookbook!!! So far, the chickpea omelets are my fave!!

  481. Jennifer says:

    I am new to Angela’s recipes. Looking forward to learning more! 🙂

  482. I LOVE her blog!

  483. I’ve been reading OSG for years and her recipes have never steered me wrong. Would really love to win a copy 🙂

  484. This cookbook is on my wishlist! I love Angela’s recipes! I recommend her website to anyone that is interested in vegan recipes. Thanks for sharing the recipe, Matt! Can’t wait to try it!

  485. Angela is an inspiration – her recipes always answer the question as to what to do with my pantry odds and sods. I’d love to win a copy of her cookbook for quick access to weeknight meals.

    Thank you Matt for sharing the recipe! Thank you also for your work on No Meat Athlete: as a vegan duathlete, your journey particularly resonates.

  486. This soup look amazing!! Would love to win the cookbook!

  487. Can’t wait to make this!!!

  488. Frances G. says:

    This cookbook sounds fabulous!!

  489. oh man, that soup looks amazing. may have to try it soon!

  490. Kristin Troska says:

    I would love to try this cookbook!

  491. mona rch says:

    Wow I scrolled so far down to leave a comment, which means there’s lots of vegan love! This recipe looks so good! Book please !

  492. Amazing recipe!! Can’t wait to make it!

  493. ikkinlala says:

    The soup looks delicious!

  494. Love, love, LOVE! I have been sampling recipes from “Oh She Glows” for a while now and while I’m not entirely vegan and won’t use ‘fake’ / meat replacement “foods”, I never have to worry about that with her recipes and EVERYTHING tastes great! I’ve so been looking forward to this book.

  495. The funny thing is that I’ve been doing a recipe like this for YEARS for my husband. He loves creamy tomato soup, but hates the soy or almond milk route, so i’ve been using cashew cream for awhile. I’ll have to try the next time with some roasted chickpeas. LOVE Oh She Glows!

  496. Great choice of recipes….nothing better than a bowl of creamy tomato soup. Can’t wait to get the cookbook.
    thanks Jan

  497. Nicole Selah Destrampe says:

    Yum! Thanks for sharing this recipe I was hoping someone would!!

  498. We just LOVE Angela and would be so excited to win the book! The photos look as great as the recipes!

  499. I can’t wait to try this cookbook! I LOVE LOVE LOVE Angela’s recipes and look forward to checking out her book. Crossing my fingers to win this!! =]

  500. The soup looks delicious and the cookbook looks amazing! Thanks NMA!

  501. Nicole Smith says:

    I became vegan a year ago and Angela has been a godsend. Every single recipe has been delicious. And, I’m thrilled to see a recipe for cream of tomato soup. Always been one of my favorites. To be able to eat it again is so exciting. Thanks for sharing it.

  502. paula rothman says:

    i love everything from her site, and this looks awesome. great to see that NMA supports this.. when are you giving away your new book???

  503. shelley says:

    I love Angela’s recipes and would love to win a copy of her cookbook.

  504. Heather L says:

    Love Oh She Glows! One of my fave blogs even though I’m not vegan.

  505. Jennifer says:

    WOW this looks yummy! Can’t wait to try it and get ahold of this book!

  506. Jackie C says:

    I am dying to make this tomato soup! I’ve been craving it! Especially with this crazy Maryland weather!!! 🙂

  507. Jennifer says:

    Oh wow, I love Oh She Glow!! Her website was the one that helped me change my diet and lifestyle 4 years ago. I love her recipes and am so excited for her new cookbook! Thank you for this opportunity to win one.

  508. Britny W says:

    I absolutely love Oh She Glows recipes, and I can’t wait to get my hands on this cookbook!

  509. Jaime R says:

    Love Oh She Glows. Very excited to try this recipe. Sounds yummy!

  510. Would love this book!

  511. I love “Oh She Glows”! Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway opportunity.

  512. I lover her website and would love to own her book too . I want to win a copy.

  513. Michelle says:

    Love ‘Oh She Glows’ website and would love to win her cookbook. Thanks Matt!

  514. Sabrina says:

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway! I’m SO happy for Angela, now that she’s published her cookbook, and I can’t wait to try her recipes!

  515. I am fairly new to vegan cuisine and I don’t know many ways to cook and eat healthy vegan foods. I always eat the same thing! I would love to have the Oh She Glows book to learn different recipies. I am a marathon runner that run at least one marathon a month. I need to eat foods that make me strong with all the necessary nutrients. But with my limited resources I am at a loss! Please help!

  516. I’ve been following Oh She Glows since 2008! I’m so happy for her & all of her success! Way to glow Angela! 😉

  517. This is next up on my “to make” list! I have never, ever been disappointed by an Oh She Glows’ recipe!

  518. Erica C says:

    OOO Would love to win! 🙂

  519. Michelle says:

    I’ve just started a much more plant-based diet, and I think I’ll be checking out this cookbook even if I don’t win 🙂

  520. I follow angela and have made several of her recipes.
    I will make this soup!

  521. I love Angela’s blog. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  522. Great post Matt! I’ve never heard of Angela before, so I’m glad I got to check out her blog. It’s incredible! Thanks for introducing me to someone new.

  523. Love her blog and would love her cookbook !

  524. I love Angela! She has inpired me to eat better and I love her recipes, what a treat this would be!!

  525. YurtGirlLA says:

    Looking forward to receiving her book, but I’d love to win one for a friend. Love Angela’s butternut squash mac and cheese. It rocks over dairy versions – so healthy and delicious!

  526. Ron Gubitz says:

    I’d love to win this. I’d also be curious if there are alternatives to using cashews? My wife is deathly allergic to tree nuts (peanuts are fine) but so many vegan recipes seem to call for cashews.

  527. Love the idea of chickpea croutons! Can’t wait to try this recipe. Quick easy and a great wheat free option for me to take to the footy! I can still eat well and have the comfort food I crave on a cold winters night at the football.

  528. Can’t wait to try this recipe this weekend – it looks soo good and is perfect for these Arctic temps we’ve been experiencing! Just discovered your blog through Angela and am a new fan – love all of your resources for those of us who are active but veg/vegan!

  529. Wow, this book looks amazing! I have long been a fairly healthy eater, but I have definitely been in a rut with meal planning (I have a family of 6) and this book looks like it has a lot of stuff my kids would like. They might not even miss having meat 🙂

  530. That soup looks amazing. I love soup and wish that animal stock was not a staple in restaurant soups but I feed my need for soup with home cooked experiments. I look forward to trying this one!

  531. Tamara West says:

    I follow her blog and made one of her recipes last weekend. It was delicious! It would be great to have a copy of her cookbook! Thanks for the work you do to help spread the veggie word!

  532. Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy! The thought of there being 100+ OSG recipes that I don’t even know about yet is driving me crazy.

  533. Melissa says:

    Oh my gosh! So excited for Angela. I’ve been an avid OSG reader since turning vegan.

  534. Heather says:

    Really excited about this book!

  535. Heather W says:

    There is nothing from Oh She Glows blog that hasn’t turned out awesome – for a total unskilled cook like me. Would love to get this new book. Flour-covered fingers crossed!

  536. Julie yeo says:

    Finally no meat is becoming n
    More of a norm and preferred way to eat by athletes and active people. Food and recipes are more flavorful and veggies are the center of the meal….where they belong! Thanks!

  537. Maria Fletcher says:

    Wow! This looks fantastic. Very excited about the book. I’ve never roasted chickpeas before so making this recipe will be my first attempt. I’d like to use them on salads too. Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  538. Irene Keeley says:

    I love OSG and find a lot of inspiration there! I hope I win!!

  539. Oh She Glows is great! We eat so much healthier since finding her recipes.

  540. The croutons look great; I love chickpeas.

  541. Sarah Johns says:

    I love OSG and would love this cookbook too!

  542. Love Angela’s recipes and would love to try the cookbook!

  543. SO excited for this book release! I have followed angelas blog for years and she was my big inspiration to finally go vegan!

  544. Love Angela! Can’t wait to get the book

  545. Victoria Ess says:

    That looks fantastic!

  546. Kenn Lawson says:

    I’m just starting to return to athletics on a regular basis, and also just got into being a vegetarian. I am struggling with both but I am glad I found this sight because I now have a base to follow. Having food like this certainly will help the cause. Thank you for what you do.

  547. What an amazingly beautiful cookbook! Also as a side note, Angela’s photos of your hummus are making me crave buffalo hummus now. The thing I missed most while traveling the world for 6 months was vegan buffalo sauce! I’ll be making some hummus ASAP.

  548. I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of this cookbook. Angela is like the Oprah of the vegan world and I love her recipes so much. I hope I win!

  549. Marisa P. says:

    I LOVE your blog! The way you create and maintain a healthy lifestyle is a huge inspiration! THANK YOU

  550. I would love to win this cookbook. I have changed my eating for lent but always feel so much better eating this way. I am also training for a 5K, 3/16 for St. Pats day (as a 60+ runner) hence how I ended up here.

  551. Celeste says:

    I love the Oh She Glows website! I made her Nighty & Nice Vegan Enchilada Casserole for dinner last night and am enjoying some delicious leftovers for lunch right now.

  552. I would love to win this cookbook! If not, I plan to buy it. 🙂

  553. Belén Morales F. says:

    I love Oh She Glows!! Angela inspire me so much!! Her journey to a healthy and vegan life it’s just amazing 🙂 I’d love to win her cookbook, because is both delicious and inspiring! I don’t live in U.S. can I be part of the giveaway too?

  554. I love the Oh She Glows blog and would love to have this cookbook!

  555. Veggie Loops says:

    Such an incredible story, and such incredible recipes!

  556. Nikki Nisly says:

    I started following both of you guys when I was starting my vegan journey 4 years ago! I lost 60 pounds and ran two 1/2 marathons within two years! Love how the blogging world offers up encouragement and the ability to feel like you can do anything!

  557. I love Oh She Glows! I really want to try out her new cookbook. We have lots of family favorites from her site!

  558. Hi Matt, I’ve been a fan of your blog for sometime now. Thanks for inspiring, informative posts.

  559. Angela’s site was one of the first I found when searching for great whole food recipes. I’m excited to get this book! Thanks!

  560. I started reading Oh She Glows years ago, way before I even contemplated plant-based eating. I credit Angela’s blog with planting the seed and nurturing it with good recipes. Now, six years later, my husband and I eat mostly plant based.

  561. Cynthia says:

    This is an amazing cookbook! I have made many of her recipes from the blog!

  562. Yes please! I love Angela’s site!

  563. Joel Johns says:

    More options for Umstead 100 fuel! Bring it!

  564. Christie I. says:

    Chickpea croutons–brrrrilliant! Please enter me to win a copy of the book, I’d love it!

  565. please please please!

  566. I would love to win this cookbook, I love Angela’s recipes on her blog and would love to have this book!!

  567. Her recipes look amazing! I’ve been vegetarian for years, but leaning more towards vegan lately, and this book would be a huge help!

  568. Matthew Brady says:

    That recipe looks delicious! I have to try it out.

  569. The soup looks delicious, can’t wait to try it out! I’ve tried a few recipes from Angela’s blog before and they were top notch. Looking forward to the book!

  570. I’ve been wanting to buy this book since it was available for pre-orders! Angela is a vegan goddess, maybe one day I’ll aspire to cook as well as her. Rock on, meat-free athletes! xoxo

  571. Jennifer says:

    I have been following the oh she glows blog for a few years now. Her recipes are amazing and I would love to add her cookbook to my collection. I love a plant based cookbook with lots of color photos and have been eagerly looking forward to her cookbook since she announced it.

  572. That soup looks AMAZING. I can’t wait to try it.

  573. I have recently been exploring the world of healthy vegan cooking and I love her blog! I check in with NMA often and have already made this soup. It’s fantastic and EASY. I love it!

  574. Kristen Bushell says:

    Recipe looks great, and I would love a copy of the book!

  575. I can’t wait to see this cookbook in my hands, it looks fab!!

  576. I’d love to win a copy of Angela’s cookbook. I’ve followed her blog for years and really appreciate how delicious and easy the recipes are, and the gorgeous photos that persuade me which one to make. I also love the fact that I can serve her dishes to omni friends with confidence that they’ll be a huge hit!

  577. We have just started eating Vegan during the day VB6. I am finding it a huge challenge though because of allergies to most beans as well as almonds and a serious hazelnut allergy. Recipies seem to be hard to find for this reason and The Oh, she glows cookbook would be a great place to search. This recipe (minus the chickpeas) looks delicious.

  578. Anneke Riley says:

    Fingers crossed…..Excited to add this to my collection, whether I win it or not! I recently bought “No Meat Athlete” and have been on my journey to being a plant based triathlete. Thank you for all your great information and inspiration!

  579. Rachel C says:

    I love vegan cooking and your website inspires me hundreds of people! And I love tomato goodness…and comfort soups.

  580. Jennifer says:

    Wow, going to add this soup recipe to my menu! Would love to win this book. Love all you do with this website, I read and refer to it often. Can’t thank you enough! Jen

  581. Wow! I love OSG and hope I win. Love NMA too!

  582. Love OSG! Can’t wait to make some of her recipes and drool over her amazing photos!

  583. This soup looks delicious. I can’t wait to make it! I had been pondering buying this cookbook too.

  584. This soup look fantastic and I’ve been looking for a recipe for these chickpeas. I think my kids will devour them.

  585. Psuke Bariah says:

    I love Angela’s blog – her cookie dough blizzards saved my summer awhile back and I revisit it often.

  586. Slowly inching from vegetarian to vegan. This would help a lot!

  587. I love Oh She Glows website! I’m so happy she has a cookbook coming out! Thanks for the great review!

  588. Love the chickpea crouton idea and am enjoying reading through your blog.

  589. If I don’t win this cookbook, I will buy it!

  590. I am just starting a vegan lifestyle. I am looking for inspiration and this book seems like a great starting point. I hope I can win one but no matter what I will buy a couple of copies. My friend is not a vegan but cooks for her vegan husband and this would be great for her

  591. I’m not a huge fan of accumulating paper cookbooks, but I think this one is worthy! The soup recipe looks super approachable, even for non-vegans.

  592. LyndaSc says:

    Oh, just the croutons alone sound delicious! This soup looks so appetizing! I like the idea of putting cashews in. I think it might help to take any bitterness you get from the tomatoes. My sister told me she also strains canned tomatoes to take the seeds away..also to get rid of tomato bitterness.
    I would love to have this new cookbook. It would sure keep my Bookmarks tidier. I’ve got her recipes saved in so many places…bookmarks, Clipix, Pocket! haha.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win her book. In entering this contest, I’ve also discovered your own website!

  593. Barbara Leaf says:

    That photo of the food looks so good that I can almost smell it. I just love chick peas. I would use this recipe as is or I might use creamed green peas for St. Patrick’s Day. Yummy. Thanks for these delicious recipes and for running these wonderful sweepstakes.

  594. It’s so hard to find vegan tomato soup. I’m so excited to try this recipe!

  595. Theresa says:

    I’ve been a fan of Oh She Glows and always point people in her direction (vegan or not) because they are always just such delicious recipes. I have been by this site before too, but more in passing with intentions to come back. The today I was on Oh She Glows and thought I need to go back to this site, and what a coincidence that this post was up today. Feels kind of small world. Would love to win a copy of the book!

  596. Stephanie says:

    Would like this

  597. Yes, please! I love Angela’s blog, this recipe looks delicious, and I’m so excited about the book. Coincidentally, her review of your book is what led me to your blog as well. 🙂

  598. I am excited to read the recipes in this cookbook.

  599. Thank you for hosting this giveaway. I would love to win the cookbook. Your glowing review has convinced me to try the soup.

  600. Thanks for the great book review! I love Angela’s work… and have landed on your site more than occasionally, too:) Yay for tasty, healthy food.

  601. I love Angela’s recipes. Every recipe I’ve tried of hers has been fantastic

  602. I love both yours and Angela’s blogs.

    Fingers crossed…

  603. I tried this soup and, even though I had no cashews, no tomato paste and no vegetable broth, with just the mix spices and fresh tomatoes and the roasted chickpeas it tasted delicious! This woman definitely knows what she does 🙂

  604. I love tomatoes and that creamy tomato soup with roasted Italian chick peas simply looks delicious. I have got to make me one of those. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  605. Made it today and it was sooooooo good!! Went by the recipe exactly! We ate it all in one sitting!

  606. This sounds yummy! Roasted chickpeas are the best snack by themselves or in salads. I will have to try them in soup.

  607. We made this soup last night for dinner. It was delicious (and strikingly similar to a local tomato-cheddar soup I used to get back in my vegetarian days – and thus probably a great transition food). We had leftover toasted pepitas on hand, so we threw those in instead of the chickpeas. Yum!

  608. Cindy Linn says:

    Can’t wait to make this! I love all things “Oh She Glows”.. but I don’t have the cook book yet

  609. Geri Murray says:

    How can I print just one recipe-not 99 pages? Would like the tomato soup one before I probably purchase the book. Thanks.

  610. What can I substitute for the cashews? My son has a nut allergy.

  611. I’m thrilled about your book. Can’t wait to see your new and delicious recipes.

  612. I can’t wait to try out your always delicious recipes in your new cookbook “No Meat Athlete!” Congratulations!❤️

  613. This tomato soup is amazingggg…I’m eating it now! Got her book a few months back!
    Watusee Chickpeatos go great with this! Takes a step out 😉


  1. […] 10. Add the cashews to the soup, stir, and use a hand blender to get the soup perfectly creamy and smooth. (I got this idea from the Oh She Glows cookbook.) […]

  2. […] 1. Make the Tomato Soup: In a large saucepan, heat the olive oil over medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and saute for 5 to 6 minutes, or until the onion is translucent. 2. In a blender, combine the soaked cashews and the broth and blend on high speed until creamy and smooth. Add the garlic-onion mixture, tomatoes and their juices, sun-dried tomatoes, and tomato paste and blend on high until smooth. 3. Pour the tomato mixture into the saucepan in which you cooked the onions and set the pan over medium-high heat. Bring the mixture to a simmer, then stir in the oregano, salt, pepper, and thyme, all to taste. 4. Gently simmer over medium heat, uncovered, for 20 to 30 minutes, until the flavors have developed. – See more at: […]

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