Win One of Five Copies of 'Skinny Bitch: Ultimate Everyday Cookbook'
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Closed: Win One of Five Copies of ‘Skinny Bitch: Ultimate Everyday Cookbook’

Now’s your chance to win a copy of Skinny Bitch: Ultimate Everyday Cookbook, the latest instalment from Skinny Bitch co-author Kim Barnouin. Of course, I’m already a lucky winner because I received an advance copy and am using it to test my culinary skills. I can tell you that this is a resource that will fit perfectly on any cookbook shelf because it’s full of so many varied recipes – 150 in all. My housemates already love me for working my way through them.

Covering all sorts of dishes – from breakfast items to desserts – the book makes it easy to wow your friends, family members and yourself with amazing animal-friendly recipes.

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  1. avatar dayna says:

    Im 28 but like an 8 year old when it comes to cooking! I could do with this for help lol!

  2. avatar shannon says:

    im 16 and my mum is getting over breast cancer, i would like one off these books because i would like to be able to cook her something good and healthy instead of her eatin takeaway food all the time, she deserves a treat. =)

  3. avatar Janet says:

    I was a vegetarian for 22 years but last year I started a vegan diet for my health. I soon discovered through reading websites such as Peta that the vegan diet not only has improved my health immeasurably but that it’s a lot better for the animals’ health too. Now I actually am a skinny bitch!

  4. avatar Barbara says:

    Really I just want to leave a messag in order to participate and have a chance to win this beautiful book??? I feel like a child in front of a pastry shop full of sweets and are all so good that I don’t know where to start! I love cookbooks, I collect them and flip through them as if they were wonderful novels! I would like to browse too, thanks for the chance!

  5. avatar KT says:

    I definitely need more inspiration in the kitchen, I’m being lazy and using microwave meals!

  6. avatar Lucy says:

    I really want to change the way I look at food and give my kids a healthy role model. Plus I love cookbooks!

  7. avatar Ellie says:

    I’m 17 & I’m a vegetarian, I love animals lots and thats why I don’t eat them :]
    I’d love to win this cookbook because most of the time I never know what to eat! Quorn mostly, but I’d like to find out how to make real tasty vegetarian recipes! :) xxxx

  8. avatar amanda lyons says:

    I read Skinny Bitch this year on Honeymoon. It brought me to tears and massively struck a chord to change my eating/lifestyle habbits. The recipe book would further this inspiration (heck I will buy it anyway, great christmas present for friends too! :-) Thanks guys!!

  9. avatar Cathyn Thomas says:

    I have been a vegetarian for 24 years! I have 2 small children and give then free range meet and ethically sourced fish occasionally in their diet – ideally I would like us all to become more involved in animal rights and by examining the way we eat and shop is a good start!

  10. avatar Ben H-J says:

    I have been veggie for many years and am always seeking new sources of inspiration when cooking. This cookbook seems like it has inspired many people, and anyone who can encourage and show people the joys of ethical, cruelty and meat free cooking is OK by me :-)

  11. avatar Sarah says:

    Roses are red,
    Vegans are compassionate;
    I seem to have gained some weight-
    It was an accident!

    Violets are blue,
    And since I’m not very rich,
    I’d like to win a cookbook here,
    So I can be a Skinny Bitch!

  12. avatar Jenny O'Neil says:

    If I won the book, I would give it as a holiday gift to one of my non-vegan relatives (along with lots of encouragement)! Thanks!

  13. avatar katrien says:

    I would like to be a skinny bitch with a big heart for animals…and maybe a good book would help! THANK YOU!

  14. avatar Rachael Willis says:

    Hello, I am 24 and had been vegetarian for many, many years, I took the plunge to go Vegan and I must say it is the best thing I have done!! I love that I am not contributing in any way to the awful suffering of the wonderful animals, I just wish I could do more than not eat them, not wear them and not abuse them in any way, I would love to be able to put a stop to all of this but alas I am only one small person.
    I would love a chance to win one of these cooking books, It would give me a chance to try to encourage my Husband (a meat eater grr) to eat more healthily and you never know if he really enjoys eating vegan food he may well change his awful ways! Heres hoping!
    We are also trying for a baby who will be brought up Vegetarian until he/she is old enough to choose for themselves which way they want to go and by old enough I mean old enough to understand what the animals have to endure to be on a plate!
    It would be great to also be able to eat more healthily to try to encourage the little bun in the oven to continue on the right path when he/she is out in the world!! :)

    Anyway thankyou so mcuh for the chance of winning the book!! :)

  15. avatar Karen says:

    What an awesome book, I would really LOVE to cook something from Skinny Bitch’s collection as a fairly ‘new’ vegetarian. I am now in the process of trying to persuade my man to make the switch too, so need all the help I can get… I would really appreciate a copy!
    Keep up the good work PETA ; )

  16. avatar Emma says:

    I’ve always been one of those annoying skinny bitches…I’ve heard so much about this book and the author and would love to have some of her tried and tested recipes at my fingertips to be able to cook for my friends at university, and show them just how fabulous cruelty-free food can be :) Thank you for your generosity PETA.

  17. avatar Rūta Jašinskaitė says:

    Yesterday I saw the eyes opening video on how animals are skinned..that made me cry so much..
    My father’s hobby is hunting, once after

  18. avatar Rūta Jašinskaitė says:

    Just yesterday I saw your heart-breaking and eyes-opening video about how animals are skinned.. I’ve cried so much..
    ..I’m not a vegetarian, my father’s hobby is hunting:/ and just recently I started buying old leather coats for recycling them and making handbags and totes:(. I was thinking that I’ll be doing a good thing by recycling, but I don’t know anymore. Is it ethical?
    Everything I already read on your website makes me want to become vegetarian, but I don’t know any good vegetarian recepies, apart from noodles, poridges or salads. This book would help me to learn and teach my family how to substitute animal products and be healthy by being animal friendly.
    Thank you for everything you do!

  19. avatar Boriana says:

    I became Vegetarian 3 years ago, when I was 12, after I visited my grandparents’ farm, and they killed a pig to eat. I realised how wrong that was and how I shouldn’t eat animals; Noone should eat them. Gradually my parents began to accept my new diet and cook seperate food for me that was meat-free. But a few months ago, I started thinking about going Vegan, I wasn’t really doing enough being Vegetarian since many animals are harmed for dairy products and eggs too. So since reading the original Skinny Bitch book, I have been convinced that the next step is to be Vegan, I don’t even like dairy or eggs, so why do I eat it? Why do people feel the need to put milk or eggs into everything? I have now been Vegan on and off for the past few months, which isn’t a great acomplishment, I need more ideas. If I won the book I feel like I would stick to Veganism, hopefully for the rest of my life. I can never imagine eating meat again.

  20. avatar Maya says:

    I’ve been vegetarian my entire life and as I’ve gotten older and become more aware of how meat is made and how much a living creature has to suffer in order to give someone the unnecessary satisfaction of the taste of meat, I’ve become a strong supporter of PETA and have recently decided to become vegan after seeing some horrific videos. Unfortunately I have no idea how to become a vegan and how to cope with the lack of vegan friendly products but hopefully with this cookbook, which I first heard via Lea Michele’s PETA video, I can start being able to cook satisfactory vegan meals and hopefully introduce others to vegan food and show them that it’s not necessary to eat meat in order to have a good meal!

  21. avatar Lynda says:

    I would like to win one of these books because I was watching Come Dine With Me last night and saw a Grouse getting it’s head chopped off before being plucked and wrapped in meat and I have to say I was totally disgusted. Then there were these little Grouse carcasses lying on the plates and it was like a lightbulb moment going off in my head! I was thinking “Oh my God, there are little bodies lying on people’s plates” :-( I never want to eat meat again.

    To be honest with you, I have the cooking ability of a gnat. I am hoping that the winning a copy of the Skinny Bitch cookbook will help me on my to finding my way around the kitchen and my way around vegetarian/veganism.

  22. avatar Abhilasha says:

    I am a strict vegetarian and wish to be a vegan. I say wish because I do find it difficult to get good recepies for vegan dishes and even when I do grab the right recepie, the ingredients are hard to find (even in big superstores)!!

    I am not really fond of eating out either, one of the reason being the limited vegetarian menu. Being vegan seems difficult, as much as I would love to.

    A recepie book like this may be the answer to solve my dietary problems and hope I do win it. This will open a whole new world of food I can enjoy and share with friends, some of whom have yet to apprecite the variety vegan food has to offer.

  23. avatar Emily Yates says:

    I need Help

    I’m at a university where they think veggies don’t exist

    my only vegetarian option is Chips!!

    I’d love to become a skinny bitch and be able to cook great veggie meals for me and my house mates, and show them that being vegetarian is a great thing!!

    xx

  24. avatar RS says:

    I simply want to get this book because I am a dedicated to animal welfare and rights, having been a vegetarian for over 10 years and a vegan for nearly 2. I don’t own many cookbooks, so I think I need to widen my “cooking pallette” a little…
    And I love the skinny bitch website :)

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