Vegan Pressure Cooking

Vegan Pressure Cooking has been revised and expanded!

In the 2018 edition of Vegan Pressure Cooking, Revised and Expanded: More than 100 Delicious Grain, Bean, and One-Pot Recipes Using a Traditional or Electric Pressure Cooker or Instant Pot® you will find 20 new recipes and more detail on cooking with electric multicookers. All of the recipes work great in a stovetop pressure cooker, electric pressure cookers, the Instant Pot and other multicookers like GoWISE USA, Fagor, etc. Get your copy here!

Be sure to check out my speaking calendar to see if I’ll be in your community on the book tour!

Thank you to my 2018 book tour sponsors:


The 2015 Vegan Pressuring Cooking book tour was a blast! THANK YOU!











  • December 10: Colorado Springs, CO, Umami pressure cooker recipes and vegan wine at the Gallery of Contemporary Art

Vegan Pressure Cooking endorsements:

“If you’re looking to reduce your time in the kitchen without sacrificing the goodness of home-cooked meals made from wholesome ingredients, Vegan Pressure Cooking is for you. In this easy-to-follow cookbook, JL guides us through the basics of pressure cooking and shares recipes for classic and creative meals that focus on nature’s healthiest foods. With a great book like this one, the pressure cooker may soon overtake your microwave’s place as the quick meal-maker appliance in your house!”
Neal Barnard, M.D., Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

“Making vegan meals fun, accessible and delicious—that’s what JL does best. And in this book, she completely demystifies the pressure cooker, which means you can have healthy plant-based meals in—literally—minutes. Vegan Pressure Cooking is a must-have cookbook for any busy, health-conscious cook, whether you are already vegan or are taking steps toward more plant-based meals.”
Virginia Messina, MPH, RD, co-author of Vegan for Life, Vegan for Her, and Never Too Late to Go Vegan

“Whether your pressure cooker is one of your favorite appliances, or you’re only just thinking of buying one, this beautiful and informative book is for you. Filled with delicious, easy-to-make recipes and wholesome ingredients, Vegan Pressure Cooking truly deserves a place on your bookshelf.”
– Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, bestselling author of seven books, including The 30-Day Vegan Challenge and The Joy of Vegan Baking

“Finally, a cookbook that makes it fun to cook under pressure! In Vegan Pressure Cooking, JL expertly guides us into the world of pressure cooking, combining practical instruction with inventive recipes. JL’s enthusiasm for easy, delicious, compassionate food will help you prepare vegan staples with ease… and also impress guests when the pressure’s on!”
Dreena Burton,  author of Let Them Eat Vegan, eat, drink & be vegan, and more

“If you’re looking to save time while also crafting food that is healthy, flavorful, and creative, look no further than this essential resource. With Vegan Pressure Cooking, JL Fields has crafted that rarest of things: a cookbook that is beautiful and practical at once. The recipes are highly accessible and easy to prepare, and you’ll be immediately drawn in by her personable voice and culinary savvy.”
Gena Hamshaw, C.C.N., author of Choosing Raw

“A collection of thrillingly easy-to-make, yet scrumptious, recipes that get you to be best buddies with a pressure cooker. JL takes the fear out of cooking under pressure and puts fun and finesse into humble beans, grains, and veggies, turning them into everything from delectable one-pot dishes to desserts.”
Miyoko Schinner, author of Artisan Vegan Cheese, and others (

“In this beautiful and accessible book, the irrepressible JL Fields reinvents ‘fast’ food healthfully, deliciously, and passionately. And she proves beyond a doubt that this is not your grandma’s pressure cooking.”
–Victoria Moran, author of Main Street Vegan and director of Main Street Vegan Academy (

“Vegan Pressure Cooking is full of creative, kind, and delicious recipes that’ll inspire you to get back into the kitchen tonight!”
Annie Shannon, co-author of Betty Goes Vegan”