I plan on including a healthy sized chapter on substitutions and general kitchen tips. I also plan on including absolutely no recipes with store bought meat analogs (those always seem like such a cop out for a cookbook).
I've listed a couple of questions below, if you can answer any of them I will be so happy and I'll post my coveted recipe for Chocolate Waffles with Cherry Sauce. Thanks in advance, I really really really appreciate it!
1-What do you like about your favorite cookbook ? (This can pertain to non-vegetarian cookbooks)
2-What do you feel most vegan cookbooks are lacking?
3-What is the most important thing you look for in a vegan cookbook? (pictures, fast cooking times, gourmet recipes, simple ingredients, "exotic" ingredients, healthy or unhealthiness, the writer's "voice", etc etc)