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A new blog takes on the challenge to cook through 1,000 Vegan Recipes.

In a cruelty-free spin on the popular book and film Julie & Julia, six vegan bloggers are cooking their way through Robin Robertson's new cookbook, 1,000 Vegan RecipesThe blog, which was started on October 17, has covered six recipes so far, including Tempeh Satay, Roasted Vegetable Strudel, and Pear Fritters with Caramel Sauce. Robertson's cookbook was released on October 5, and true to its name, features 1,000 veg recipes spanning everything from appetizers to desserts. According to the blog's authors, the point of this cooking challenge isn't to complete every recipe, but to have fun making as many veg-friendly dishes as possible.

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