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Easy vegan meals—the one-pot way Making delicious and satisfying vegan meals at home just got easier. Thanks to the One-Pot Vegan Cookbook, you can whip up crowd-pleasing plant-based favorites with just one pot, pan, or appliance. This means less time in the kitchen, no extra dishes, and super-fast cleanup. From comfort food classics to veggies, snacks, and sauces, these dis Easy vegan meals—the one-pot way Making delicious and satisfying vegan meals at home just got easier. Thanks to the One-Pot Vegan Cookbook, you can whip up crowd-pleasing plant-based favorites with just one pot, pan, or appliance. This means less time in the kitchen, no extra dishes, and super-fast cleanup. From comfort food classics to veggies, snacks, and sauces, these dishes are simple to prepare; made with accessible, familiar ingredients; and so tasty your whole family will clamor for more. The One-Pot Vegan Cookbook offers: One-pot, no limits—These recipes can be made in just one vessel, including a skillet, a stockpot, a Dutch oven, a sheet pan, an electric pressure cooker, a slow cooker, or an air fryer. Choose the ones that work for you! Better for you—These one-pot vegan options are naturally healthy with wholesome ingredients—along with a selection of indulgent favorites, too (think pancakes and fudge). 125 Delicious recipes—Enjoy fun and flavorful plant-based eating, with a range of mouthwatering recipes including vegan twists on classic dishes. See for yourself how eating vegan is faster, easier, and offers more variety than ever before.


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Easy vegan meals—the one-pot way Making delicious and satisfying vegan meals at home just got easier. Thanks to the One-Pot Vegan Cookbook, you can whip up crowd-pleasing plant-based favorites with just one pot, pan, or appliance. This means less time in the kitchen, no extra dishes, and super-fast cleanup. From comfort food classics to veggies, snacks, and sauces, these dis Easy vegan meals—the one-pot way Making delicious and satisfying vegan meals at home just got easier. Thanks to the One-Pot Vegan Cookbook, you can whip up crowd-pleasing plant-based favorites with just one pot, pan, or appliance. This means less time in the kitchen, no extra dishes, and super-fast cleanup. From comfort food classics to veggies, snacks, and sauces, these dishes are simple to prepare; made with accessible, familiar ingredients; and so tasty your whole family will clamor for more. The One-Pot Vegan Cookbook offers: One-pot, no limits—These recipes can be made in just one vessel, including a skillet, a stockpot, a Dutch oven, a sheet pan, an electric pressure cooker, a slow cooker, or an air fryer. Choose the ones that work for you! Better for you—These one-pot vegan options are naturally healthy with wholesome ingredients—along with a selection of indulgent favorites, too (think pancakes and fudge). 125 Delicious recipes—Enjoy fun and flavorful plant-based eating, with a range of mouthwatering recipes including vegan twists on classic dishes. See for yourself how eating vegan is faster, easier, and offers more variety than ever before.

34 review for One-Pot Vegan Cookbook: 125 Recipes for Your Dutch Oven, Sheet Pan, Electric Pressure Cooker, and More

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay Nixon

    This is a good collection of one-pot realistic vegan meals. Most of the meals are recipes you already have or know (so if you’re looking for new ideas, you probably won’t find many here). The bulk of the recipes are vegan versions of typical American or “Midwestern” dishes with some popular international dishes. Overall, these recipes are the kind of dishes you’ve seen in every non-international cookbook, vegan or not. (Examples listed below) That said, it can be nice to have these popular recip This is a good collection of one-pot realistic vegan meals. Most of the meals are recipes you already have or know (so if you’re looking for new ideas, you probably won’t find many here). The bulk of the recipes are vegan versions of typical American or “Midwestern” dishes with some popular international dishes. Overall, these recipes are the kind of dishes you’ve seen in every non-international cookbook, vegan or not. (Examples listed below) That said, it can be nice to have these popular recipes collected together in one book. I could see how someone that cooked very “Midwestern” might like having this handy—I would recommend this cookbook to someone who wants vegan versions of traditional Midwestern fare that’s not much more complicated (in terms of preparation) than the “original” recipes/meals. The book also stays true to its one-pot promise which makes most of the meals fairly easy in terms of labor and relatively quick in cooking (about 30 minutes). For me, this is a case of “right book, wrong reader”. My family didn’t eat Midwestern or typical “American” dishes before we were vegan, so several recipes aren’t appealing to us. For example: French toast casserole, hamburger soup, breakfast burrito casserole, cabbage roll soup, ramen (uses actual ramen noodles), taco soup, broccoli casserole, fried rice, green bean casserole, cauliflower au gratin, more casseroles, succotash, pot roast, corn pudding, fried eggplant, hot corn dip (what?), fruit cobblers. The other issue I had was we already have versions/recipes we like for many meals included in the book. For example: minestrone, vegetable chowder, gumbo, chili, tomato bisque, African peanut stew, risotto, fettuccine Alfredo, sweet and sour tofu, Mac n cheese, baked beans, sloppy joes, enchilada, shepherd pie, creamed spinach, roasted brussel sprouts, rice pudding, fruit crisp, etc. I do enjoy seeing the subtle differences or tweaks other cooks and chefs do with classic recipes and meals, but that huge overlap generally prevents me from buying a book or causes me to return it. Fortunately this was free with kindle unlimited. Mostly, I was hoping for a few new ideas, and I did get one: Moroccan Scramble. I love making tofu scrambles and I’ve made Italian, Greek, Indian, and Mexican ones plenty—but never thought to do moroccan! I also hadn’t air fried an acorn squash before but saw a recipe for that and will try air frying one this fall for sure now. The dessert section also has a key lime custard I copied to see if my husband will prefer that over the SO Delicious key lime yogurt. There was also a vegan soufflé (uses 1 cup flax meal) that I’m curious to see if it actually works. My favorite section was “staples and sauces” — I’d never seen a recipe for vegan butterscotch before. I also liked seeing the authors personal touches or tweaks to basics like broth, queso, pasta sauce, enchilada sauce, etc. For example, most vegan queso recipes use cashews and nutritional yeast, and this one does too, but it also uses a chipotle chili in adobo sauce and taco seasoning. I thought the inclusion of turmeric was very clever—why haven’t I ever thought to add some for a more cheesy color? 🤯 To be fair, I’ve been vegan for over 15 years, and have had many cookbooks, apps, magazines, (vegan and not) etc. It’s hard for me to find new vegan recipes and of all the cookbooks I’ve been exploring lately (tired of myself!) this is one of the better ones. Very realistic—the author seems like a “real person that gets the dinner struggle”. Last commentary: the author uses mostly normal ingredients (spices, rice, quinoa, lentils and beans, vegetables) which I appreciate. However, the recipes rely heavily on coconut milk. A few obscure ingredients are also called for. For example, nearly all breakfast recipes require chia seeds and hemp seeds and I saw grapeseed oil listed (I’d never heard of that before) as well as saffron a few times. For those who don’t do any oil, you can omit it in these recipes without issue — most recipes call for 1-2tbsp of oil (type of oil used varies). If you want to give this as a gift, the person would need to have access to a robust grocery store or health store and otherwise also be okay with occasionally hunting for what could be expensive and hard-to-find ingredients and must have access to vegan substitutions like vegan cheese and vegan butter, which is used often.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Rodrigues

    This vegan cookbook seems like it was written by a real human with a family and a job. I read a lot of vegan cookbooks. I'm not vegan, but I try to cook with less meat than I used to. Often in vegan cookbooks, recipes call for bizarre, expensive ingredients you have to special order online, and the food tends to be unfilling and unsatisfying and the sort of thing you suffer through as penance while the rest of your family eats a box of mac and cheese. Not so, here! These recipes seem flavorful an This vegan cookbook seems like it was written by a real human with a family and a job. I read a lot of vegan cookbooks. I'm not vegan, but I try to cook with less meat than I used to. Often in vegan cookbooks, recipes call for bizarre, expensive ingredients you have to special order online, and the food tends to be unfilling and unsatisfying and the sort of thing you suffer through as penance while the rest of your family eats a box of mac and cheese. Not so, here! These recipes seem flavorful and savory, the kind of thing a family will happily sit down to eat together. I plan on trying some of these soon, and will add it to my personal collection. arc received from the publisher for review

  3. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    When life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is closed, superspeed readers like me can read 250+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. Callisto Media/Rockridge Press was kind enough to send me a copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸 When life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is closed, superspeed readers like me can read 250+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. Callisto Media/Rockridge Press was kind enough to send me a copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. Easy vegan meals—the one-pot way Making delicious and satisfying vegan meals at home just got easier. Thanks to the One-Pot Vegan Cookbook, you can whip up crowd-pleasing plant-based favourites with just one pot, pan, or appliance. This means less time in the kitchen, no extra dishes, and super-fast cleanup. From comfort food classics to veggies, snacks, and sauces, these dishes are simple to prepare; made with accessible, familiar ingredients; and so tasty your whole family will clamour for more. The One-Pot Vegan Cookbook offers: • One-pot, no limits—These recipes can be made in just one vessel, including a skillet, a stockpot, a Dutch oven, a sheet pan, an electric pressure cooker, a slow cooker, or an air fryer. Choose the ones that work for you! • Better for you—These one-pot vegan options are naturally healthy with wholesome ingredients—along with a selection of indulgent favourites, too (think pancakes and fudge). • 125 Delicious recipes—Enjoy fun and flavorful plant-based eating, with a range of mouth-watering recipes including vegan twists on classic dishes. See for yourself how eating vegan is faster, easier, and offers more variety than ever before. Vegan food is so popular right now and this book makes it easy: who does not like one-pot wonders? The recipes are well written and the photos great and they can easily have animal products added to them if your entire family will not try vegan food. I love the variety of “one-pots” that are mentioned in this book: I love my air fryer and pressure cooker so I was excited to see these machines in this book. As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by "🙏-ed Social Influencer Millennials/#BachelorNation survivors/etc. " on Instagram and Twitter... Get a real job, people!) so let's give it 🥘 🥘 🥘 🥘 🥘 This book is also cross reviewed at http://www.facebook.com/janetsbookcorner AND will be on Amazon.ca and Amazon.com after its release date.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    I was given an opportunity via the publisher to read the One-Pot Vegan Cookbook: 125 Recipes for Your Dutch Oven, Sheet Pan, Electric Pressure Cooker, and More. I voluntarily chose to review this cookbook and my opinion is freely given. There is a good introduction to this cookbook, with information about the benefits to a plant-based diet, the importance of balancing nutrients, a list of power proteins, and staples that are essential to a vegan kitchen. I was surprised to find many delicious and I was given an opportunity via the publisher to read the One-Pot Vegan Cookbook: 125 Recipes for Your Dutch Oven, Sheet Pan, Electric Pressure Cooker, and More. I voluntarily chose to review this cookbook and my opinion is freely given. There is a good introduction to this cookbook, with information about the benefits to a plant-based diet, the importance of balancing nutrients, a list of power proteins, and staples that are essential to a vegan kitchen. I was surprised to find many delicious and interesting recipes, complete with fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Listed below are the different recipe sections and some of the standouts. Breakfasts: Chocolate Chip Cookie Granola; Peanut Butter Quinoa Breakfast Bowl; Breakfast Burrito Casserole Soups & Stews: Italian Wedding Soup; Everyone's Favorite Minestrone Soup; Tofu Ramen Bowl; Moroccan Lentil Stew Rice & Grains: Spicy Vegetable Rice Noodles; Creamy Broccoli and Quinoa; Jambalaya; Cilantro Rice with Black Beans Vegetable Mains: Chickpea Tikka Masala; Chimichurri Lentil Curry; Skillet Mediterranean Chickpeas Comfort Food Classics: Bolognese; Mushroom Stroganoff; Sloppy Joes; Scalloped Potatoes Snacks & Sides: Rosemary Baked Potatoes; Tahini Mashed Cauliflower; Corn Pudding Desserts: Coconut Rice Pudding; Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake; Mango Sticky Rice Staples & Sauces: Spicy Queso; Enchilada Sauce; Arrabbiata Sauce; Onion Mushroom Gravy There is a lot to like about the One-Pot Vegan Cookbook, but it does lack pictures. Readers may not be inspired to try something new because of the lack of visuals. That being said, I would recommend the cookbook as there are many good recipes to try.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Johanna Sawyer

    Thanks to much to the publisher for an ARC to read and give my honest opinion. I’m not Vegan but I often enjoy meatless Monday’s, and meatless dishes when I’m looking for something simple to eat or cook. This was a first of a kind cookbook for me. Not only for the ramen style dishes but the simplicity it adds to cooking. What did I like? The first thing that really stood out for me is the cute way the book denotes which pot you will use. Various recipes call for a sheet pan, stockpot,Dutch ove Thanks to much to the publisher for an ARC to read and give my honest opinion. I’m not Vegan but I often enjoy meatless Monday’s, and meatless dishes when I’m looking for something simple to eat or cook. This was a first of a kind cookbook for me. Not only for the ramen style dishes but the simplicity it adds to cooking. What did I like? The first thing that really stood out for me is the cute way the book denotes which pot you will use. Various recipes call for a sheet pan, stockpot,Dutch oven, instapot, or a skillet. I really thought that was a cute idea and it really helped you plan the dish visually. A ton of the dishes seemed to have an Asian or Indian personality to it which in my opinion gives the book recipes with wide usage. I’m not a big fan of tofu or tabbouleh but there were a lot of dishes I would still be interested in. What needed help? I can not preach this enough but cookbooks need pictures. One picture per group of recipes is hardly enough to really wet my appetite. Would I buy or recommend? Other than the few pictures I could not find fault with this cookbook. I thought it had some adorable ideas I’d not seen in any other cookbook and the recipes looked like they were bursting with flavor. Less mess...less cleanup with the one pot version. Thoughts for the author? Congratulations on your cookbook! Kudos to a great and one of a kind! I loved getting a sneak peek at your wonderful cookbook!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Vicky

    Though I’m not a vegan, I can easily see myself using several of the recipes in this book. They are clear, concise, with ingredients that are mostly easy to find – and the recipes are easily adaptable for families who aren’t vegan. Vegan diets are quite popular right now and this book makes it eve easier. The first chapters give you lists of equipment (nothing odd – stuff most kitchens have already), the benefits of a vegan diet, what you can use as proteins when you’re not using meat, and a com Though I’m not a vegan, I can easily see myself using several of the recipes in this book. They are clear, concise, with ingredients that are mostly easy to find – and the recipes are easily adaptable for families who aren’t vegan. Vegan diets are quite popular right now and this book makes it eve easier. The first chapters give you lists of equipment (nothing odd – stuff most kitchens have already), the benefits of a vegan diet, what you can use as proteins when you’re not using meat, and a comprehensive pantry list. There are multiple recipes in each category including breakfasts, soups/stews, comfort foods, snacks, main meals, and more. What I liked: The recipes are well-written and adaptable. There are good photos and a wide variety of “one pots” including air fryers and pressure cookers (and tips if you don’t have these). I love that the recipes have the nutrients listed as well as serving suggestions (some) and allergen information (gluten free, nut free, etc.) What I didn’t like: very little. I thought this was a comprehensive, easy to understand and follow cookbook. Recommendation: Vegan or not, this is a good book to have on your shelves. I know I’m going to be using several of the recipes soon, and a lot more in the future. Disclaimer: Thanks to the publisher for providing this book at no charge. All opinions are my own

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Kelly

    I am not Vegan but I did find a few recipes that I just might make. One Pot Vegan is the perfect recipe book that is perfect for a vegan or someone that wants to eat healthier. This book has 125 recipes that can be used in the Dutch Oven, Sheet Pan, Electric Pressure Cooker and more. The Chapters include: Easy One Pot Vegan Cooking Breakfasts, Soups & Stews Rice & Grains Vegetable Mains Comfort Food Classics Snacks & Sides Desserts Staples & Sauces In the introduction section, you get an explanation of I am not Vegan but I did find a few recipes that I just might make. One Pot Vegan is the perfect recipe book that is perfect for a vegan or someone that wants to eat healthier. This book has 125 recipes that can be used in the Dutch Oven, Sheet Pan, Electric Pressure Cooker and more. The Chapters include: Easy One Pot Vegan Cooking Breakfasts, Soups & Stews Rice & Grains Vegetable Mains Comfort Food Classics Snacks & Sides Desserts Staples & Sauces In the introduction section, you get an explanation of the benefits for a plant-based diet, what cooking methods to use which include an air fryer, slow cooker, sheet pan, pressure cooker, dutch oven, stockpot, and skillet. I like to use my pressure cooker and skillet mostly and there are a few recipes that fit right into that category. I like the section that has tips on how to fill up your pantry with the right staples. Power proteins are essential for a vegan diet, beans, chickpeas, lentils, quinoa, tempeh and tofu. Some I like, some I don't, I have never had tofu and to tell you the truth, it scares me...lol So all in all, this is a good cookbook for the vegan and want to be vegan. Good looking recipes that will appeal to that person!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    I like one-pot meals. They are easy and are generally fix and forget. Well, sometimes you have to stir. I am also a vegetarian so I am always on the lookout for recipes that are easy, don't have a lot of steps, or use ingredients I will use only once and throw away in a couple of months. This book fits the bill. This cookbook had 125 easy recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts plus extras. I only wish there had been more photographs so I could compare my results with the authors. Sadly I I like one-pot meals. They are easy and are generally fix and forget. Well, sometimes you have to stir. I am also a vegetarian so I am always on the lookout for recipes that are easy, don't have a lot of steps, or use ingredients I will use only once and throw away in a couple of months. This book fits the bill. This cookbook had 125 easy recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts plus extras. I only wish there had been more photographs so I could compare my results with the authors. Sadly I don't nail it often but I need a picture so I know when I do. I must say I have lived in the south all my life and have ñever put berries in my grits but it worked. What a nice change. I also tried the Moroccan Lentil and Rice Stew, the Tomato Bisque, and the African Peanut Stew. I am looking forward to trying the Mushroom and Rice stew and the Mango Sticky Rice this weekend. I grew up on rice and love it. I will probably wort my way through this cookbook finding new favorites I didn't know I had. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for allowing me to read and try out recipes in this book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Though I am not a vegan, I am interested in meatless meals which are nutritionally balanced. This book provides me with many options that meet that criteria. The fact that these recipes can all be cooked in ONE pot, with easily available ingredients makes this a real stand-out in its field! I have marked several recipes that I want to try and expect to make one this week. Though I know it's not the norm for cookbooks, I always appreciate when pictures accompany the recipes. That equated to a one- Though I am not a vegan, I am interested in meatless meals which are nutritionally balanced. This book provides me with many options that meet that criteria. The fact that these recipes can all be cooked in ONE pot, with easily available ingredients makes this a real stand-out in its field! I have marked several recipes that I want to try and expect to make one this week. Though I know it's not the norm for cookbooks, I always appreciate when pictures accompany the recipes. That equated to a one-star deduction in my rating. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the RockRidgePress. No review was required, so this review is voluntary and unbiased. All opinions expressed here are my own.

  10. 4 out of 5

    SOMDReigel

    This cookbook is full of delicious, healthy, and easy meals cooked in one pot; be it a skillet, stockpot, Dutch oven, sheet pan, electric pressure cooker, slow cooker, or an air fryer. Most recipes have familiar ingredients; there were a few that had an ingredient I’ve never heard of, but I’m new to vegan cooking, so it very well be a common ingredient. Most of the ingredients are basics that you may very well already have in your pantry (there were quite a few recipes that I could cook right of This cookbook is full of delicious, healthy, and easy meals cooked in one pot; be it a skillet, stockpot, Dutch oven, sheet pan, electric pressure cooker, slow cooker, or an air fryer. Most recipes have familiar ingredients; there were a few that had an ingredient I’ve never heard of, but I’m new to vegan cooking, so it very well be a common ingredient. Most of the ingredients are basics that you may very well already have in your pantry (there were quite a few recipes that I could cook right off the bat without making a grocery run). All recipes are easy to follow, include the nutritional calculations, and most offer a cooking tip, variation tip, or a serving suggestion. A good addition to my cookbook collection. I found many recipes to try.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Georjenna (readingthroughspeech)

    I am so impressed with this book. I've been trying for a while now to cook more plant based meals that are simple and filling. It's a struggle to find books with minimal, common ingredients AND with not so many pots and pans. I tried the Quinoa Vegetable Chowder last night (bonus that I got to use the pressure cooker) and it was incredible. This book has everything I've been looking for. Simple/short list of ingredients, and options for batch cooking or meal prepping. I feel like this would be a I am so impressed with this book. I've been trying for a while now to cook more plant based meals that are simple and filling. It's a struggle to find books with minimal, common ingredients AND with not so many pots and pans. I tried the Quinoa Vegetable Chowder last night (bonus that I got to use the pressure cooker) and it was incredible. This book has everything I've been looking for. Simple/short list of ingredients, and options for batch cooking or meal prepping. I feel like this would be a great book for anyone who is interested in starting a vegan diet or wanting to eat more plant based meals. Thank you so much NetGalley and Gunjan Dudani for the chance to review this book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tammy

    With the desire to eat more at home, this cookbook solves the one problem most home cooks dread, the dirty dishes after dinner! This cookbook serves up great recipes that can be made in one pot or pan thus making the after dinner clean up a whole lot easier! The variety of recipes was really good. And those we've tried so far have been tasty! Disclaimer: I received a copy of this cookbook from the publisher with no expectation in return. The thoughts and words above are my own. With the desire to eat more at home, this cookbook solves the one problem most home cooks dread, the dirty dishes after dinner! This cookbook serves up great recipes that can be made in one pot or pan thus making the after dinner clean up a whole lot easier! The variety of recipes was really good. And those we've tried so far have been tasty! Disclaimer: I received a copy of this cookbook from the publisher with no expectation in return. The thoughts and words above are my own.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Shahar Baram

    Great recipes! easy to make , with simple ingredients and delicious I found so many interesting recipes with diverse flavors. So many wholesome ingredients for Whole Foods for a plant-based kitchen.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cassandra

    I received a complimentary copy. Recipes so good you will want to make sure you get the right pots. It also specifies diet restrictions which is cool.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Stacy

    I really enjoyed The One Pot Vegan Cookbook by Gunjan Dudani. I found the book to be well organized, easy to read and understand. Chapter 1 does a really good job of explaining exactly what a one pot meal is and some of the benefits of a plant based diet. The chapters are arranged by categories: breakfast, soups, comfort foods, etc. I found the recipes to be easy and not too ingredient heavy. I love the picture at the top of the recipe that tells what kind of one pot you will need. One of my fav I really enjoyed The One Pot Vegan Cookbook by Gunjan Dudani. I found the book to be well organized, easy to read and understand. Chapter 1 does a really good job of explaining exactly what a one pot meal is and some of the benefits of a plant based diet. The chapters are arranged by categories: breakfast, soups, comfort foods, etc. I found the recipes to be easy and not too ingredient heavy. I love the picture at the top of the recipe that tells what kind of one pot you will need. One of my favorites was the Chocolate Chip Cookie Granola. The only thing I would have liked to see is a few more pictures. Overall this is a cookbook that I will use a lot.

  16. 5 out of 5

    robin tracy

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    Whitney Pergram

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    Salome

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lmiadowicz

  21. 4 out of 5

    Brittany Lee | Healing Happy

  22. 4 out of 5

    Anula

  23. 5 out of 5

    Monique S. (The Ginger Librarian)

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