Any solid vegan books?
I'm sure I could adapt Flour Water Salt Yeast, but still... There are some modern nuances, like flax eggs, use of silken tofu, avocado which I have used to keep cakes moist... Now that I will be milling my own flour I'd love to own a vegan baking book.
Experimentation is great but I'm not rich enough to waste food and I don't do this for a living to where my few successes could earn me money.
When I buy a book, I cook the entire thing, I have used 3 books for 95% of my food the past 3 years. Cooked them front to back, many recipes dozens of times. I just find them to be cohesive. Blogs are great, Googling recipes is great, but they lack that tangible thought process that goes into a good book, a thread holding it all together, no matter if one chapter is filled with bagels and pretzels and the other is whole wheat loaves, then pastries, sweets... there will be something to unite them all.
Maybe it's best I create a virtual book via a collection of bookmarks :3