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  1. Minimalist Baker

    Simplify life in the kitchen with Dana Schultz: all her (beautifully photographed) recipes are plant-based and can be made with either 10 ingredients or fewer, a single bowl, or 30 minutes.

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  2. Delicious Shots

    The multitalented Najwa Kronfel is a food photographer, illustrator, and French Culinary Institute-trained recipe writer. On Delicious Shots, she combines her visual and culinary skills into one flavorful mix.

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  3. Seven Centuries of Bstila

    Anny Gaul, a scholar of North African and Middle Eastern culinary traditions, takes us on a deep dive through the centuries-long history of Bstila (or Pastilla), one of Morocco’s signature dishes (bonus: recipe included).

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  5. The Sentient Baker

    “These are exactly the type of sweet sustenance I dream of to accompany a glass of cold milk; they are the solace I would offer a broken heart.” Each of Amber’s beautifully simple baked goods comes with a perfectly encapsulated emotional connection.

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  6. Storytelling With Food

    Love food photography? Let Meera — a self-taught photographer — teach you how to tell a story with food.

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  7. Not Without Cake

    Rellie, a London, UK-based blogger, focuses on beautifully shot, vegetarian and plant-based recipes on her food-and-travel blog, the aptly named Not Without Cake.

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  8. No Eggs or Ham

    Ryan and Kim create lectin-limited, vegan recipes that reinvent familiar dishes, making them sugar-free, predominately grain free, from-scratch, and plant-based.

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  9. Wood & Spoon

    Kate Wood is a clinical dietitian by day, and by night she puts her “everything in moderation” motto to the test by baking and experimenting with new recipes and flavors. Homemade strawberry-fig pop tarts, anyone?

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  10. Lab Noon

    Saghar Setareh blogs from Rome by way of Tehran. Visit Lab Noon for delicious recipes, stories well-told, and Saghar’s distinctive, moody photography.

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  12. Displaced Housewife

    When urban Rebecca Firth moved from the swarming metropolis of Bejing to a quiet town on the Central California coast, she wasn’t sure what she’d do there. Turns out it was garden, tend her three kids and five chickens, and do lots and lots of delicious baking.

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  13. What To Cook Today

    Sweet, sour, salty, spicy, and umami: Marvellina explores a vast world of Southeast Asian cuisine in her Minnesota-by-way-of-Indonesia kitchen.

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  14. A Cozy Kitchen

    Adrianna Adarme’s food is inspired by her Peruvian and Colombian ancestry, her corgi Amelia, and “copious amounts of rap music, sugar, butter and flour.”

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  15. Krautkopf

    “We find inspiration for photos and recipes all over the world. . . . Breathing the air on a different continent, our hands intertwined.” Susann and Yannic bring ideas home, then share beautifully styled vegetarian recipes from their Berlin kitchen. (In English and German.)

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