Enter to Win & Cook Real Food, Really Fast
Photo: Hannah Kaminsky

Enter to Win & Cook Real Food, Really Fast

Your summer cooking will be a whole lot easier, faster and healthier with the help of Hannah Kaminsky’s plant based cookbook, Real Food, Really Fast.

This week, we’re offering one free copy of this inspiring cookbook to a lucky winner in our first summer cookbook give-away! Help is on the way for anyone seeking a quicker route to more meatless meals with as little fuss as possible.

Want to know more about why we love this cookbook? Scroll up or click here for our review and an easy, healthy recipe for Pho King Salad. Remember that all vegan means means dairy-free so this is a super resource for kosher keepers.

The contest:

Win one copy of Hannah Kaminsky’s plant based cookbook, Real Food, Really Fast by leaving a comment at the end of this blogpost. .

The question: What do you find most challenging about preparing summer meals?

This contest will run from 7/17/18 through Friday, 7/20/18 at 3:00 PM, EST. One winner will be selected by random number selection. USA shipping addresses only, please.

We will contact the winner by end of day on 7/23/18.

Win more chances by subscribing to this free newsletter, friending me on Facebook here and playing along on Instagram @kosherlikeme.

Final note: For security reasons, every comment on our blog must be approved. So your comment will not appear immediately after you’ve posted it. I may be in the garden clipping herbs for dinner, recipe testing or playing with my favorite two year old.

Good luck and stay cool this week.

xo Liz

Can’t wait to get your hands on Real Food, Really Fast? Click here to purchase now.

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Photos, recipe, quotations all copyright c 2018 by Hannah Kaminsky, used with permission from Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.



  1. This cookbook looks fantastic! What I find most challenging about cooking summer meals is that I don’t want to get all heated up in the kitchen! I hate spending a ton of time indoors cooking when I could be enjoying the sun, but I still want healthy dinners.

  2. Dear Kosher like me: the most challenging thing about preparing summer meals is finding recipes that incorporate the bounty of the season, are vegan and that the family (young and elders) will eat, especially on the sabbath. Would LOVE to win the cookbook. Shalom, Sharon

  3. I love scones, muffins and cookies to complement a summer brunch. But I find it challenging to bake in Southern California summer heat because I don’t want to turn on my oven.

  4. The most challenging thing — seriously — is knowing when to eat. My schedule currently involves working three overnights a week, two early mornings … and then whatever freelance work is available. I’m hoping that having a quick-and-easy plant-based cookbook might make that easier. Thanks.

  5. Yes…about time a vegan kosher cookbook!!!
    Always looking to try new recipes with the veggies, root crops & fruit from my Bucket Farm…vegan kosher is a perfect addition!! Very excited 😎

  6. Trying to prepare delicious and healthy meal that my family would love, without spendind all day long in the kitchen!!! Thanks for your recipes and happy summer 🙂

  7. This cookbook looks so great! We went mostly plant based about 6 months ago… I find the different schedule and not having as much time to prep for dinner cuz of summer activities most difficult in the summer! More people home pulling me in a million different directions makes cooking hard. So quick and easy is where it’s at!!

  8. The heat is the hardest part for me, I love baking so much, so when summer time comes I miss out on a lot of that! It is hard to keep coming up with meals that don’t use the oven day after day!

  9. Biggest summer challenge – not wanting to turn the oven on when it is hot; and getting tired of preparing the same old sandwiches and salads. I need some new inspiration and ideas to perk it up!

  10. My challenge is a healthy, filling meal without using my oven. Salads are a great summer food, but my family gets grumpy after several days of just sala combinations.

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