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The 5 Best Cookbooks To Flip Through This Year

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New year, new cooking skills. In case you hadn’t noticed, 2016 has seen the rise of the public’s interest for all things cooking. Health is in first place, vegetarians and vegans are getting more and more traction in restaurants and fast food places alike, and cooking your own things is a skill that is (thankfully) back in fashion.

Now, it doesn’t have to be just about health. If you enjoy prepping and cooking away on the stove, some guidance is always helpful. And thanks to this food-love revival, cookbooks of any kind are flooding book shops off- and online. Here are our favorites. And now, stove on.

Appetites by Anthony Bourdain

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How not to trust a chef? And a chef like Bourdain, no less. Enjoy the legendary man’s tips and recipes, coming from his several travels as well as his own kitchen.

Fast as F*ck by Thug Kitchen

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If you really are going vegan, do it the cool way. This book is filled with plant-based recipes accessible for everyone, and also, of course, fast as f*ck to put together.

Scandinavian Comfort Food: Embracing the Art of Hygge by Trine Hahnemann

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Embrace the hygge life, which literally means cozinesss, enjoyment, and sharing all good things in life with your loved ones. All of it with healthy, delicious dishes from the North. What can you want more?

Palestine on a Plate by Joudie Kalla

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Feeling like Middle Eastern delicacies? Cook your own with this amazing books that dives face first into this unique cuisine, with many unexpected surprises.

Lucky Peach presents Power Vegetables! by Peter Meehan and the editors of Lucky Peach

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A way to love your veggies is to take them with a pinch of irony and tough love for yourself. So how to say no to this fun vegetarian bible that also meat lovers are able to fall for? Created by the awesome guys over at Lucky Peach magazine.

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